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Lynch wrote:

We haven't even begun to request nor to persue investigations into their corruption! Chief Demoura is personally responsible for illegally disseminating the letters/evidence that I sent to him!
"Chief Demoura is personally responsible for illegally disseminating the letters/evidence that I sent to him!"

Lynch, I thought you said when you tell the truth, you can NEVER be caught in a lie, NEVER!!!!....??

And here we can see you getting caught in another "BLATANT LIE" that "YOU" made just 5 days ago......

"I cannot comment on criminal activity being conducted by some members and former members of the FPD. Karma has its' own way of finding its way around and onto the deserving.

I need to get on with my life. I wish you all the best. If you ever need a very good carpenter at a very reasonable price let me know. Within a years time I will have three businesses up and running successfully."
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/fitchburg-ma/...

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I'm sorry Chucks case but I have a different view than you. I don't care if it's a police officer or a shoe salesman. You can't stalk a person and their family snapping off pictures and sending letters to their boss trying to get them fired. Even his own life partners sister was being harrased and her boss was recieving the notorious Lynchletter to try and get her fired.

How would you feel if some psycho was watching your family and taking pictures of your wife?

I understand that you believe police get special treatment but not in this case, a person and his family were being stalked and threatened by a dangerous person with a violent history.
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I'm sorry Chucks case but I have a different view than you. I don't care if it's a police officer or a shoe salesman. You can't stalk a person and their family snapping off pictures and sending letters to their boss trying to get them fired. Even his own life partners sister was being harrased and her boss was recieving the notorious Lynchletter to try and get her fired.
How would you feel if some psycho was watching your family and taking pictures of your wife?
I understand that you believe police get special treatment but not in this case, a person and his family were being stalked and threatened by a dangerous person with a violent history.
If this case is such a "slam dunk" as you are aluding it is; then why do we keep hearing over and over again that the prosecution is perfectly willing to drop the entire case, providing that Mr Lynch signs away his right to sue anyone over it?

Jeeze, we have a man who served time for being involved in a murder; who is now charged with a long list of some very serious charges; including threatening to murder; but the prosecution is willing to simply make believe that it never happened? It must be because they just feel like being nice to Mr Lynch and cutting him a big break, right? Just to be nice people...

I say BS. If Mr Lynch gave Chuckles The Cop the same beating that Chuckles gave him; Mr Lynch would be looking at serving some serious jail time. But, since it is the other way around, and the cop dished out the beating; the worse thing that will happen to good ol' Chuckles The Cop is seeing his case get dismissed?

Mr Lynch was beaten and he was locked up. His car and his cell phone were impounded for an extended period of time; costing him a great deal of money and a major inconvenience. But, apparently the actual case against him is so F-ing weak that the prosecution is willing to sweep the whole sorry affair under the rug?

If Mr Lynch WAS ACTUALLY guilty of these serious charges; the prosecution would be going full steam ahead. They would not be willing to drop it all just to be pal-zie with Mr Lynch. Cops and Prosecutors don't dismiss serious charges against guilty people. Unless of course the guilty parties are cops. And, that appears to be what they are hoping to do here: The charges against Mr Lynch all get dropped; yet Chuckles The Cop somehow did no wrong. Again, I say BS.
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Chucks Case is BS wrote:
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If this case is such a "slam dunk" as you are aluding it is; then why do we keep hearing over and over again that the prosecution is perfectly willing to drop the entire case, providing that Mr Lynch signs away his right to sue anyone over it?
Jeeze, we have a man who served time for being involved in a murder; who is now charged with a long list of some very serious charges; including threatening to murder; but the prosecution is willing to simply make believe that it never happened? It must be because they just feel like being nice to Mr Lynch and cutting him a big break, right? Just to be nice people...
I say BS. If Mr Lynch gave Chuckles The Cop the same beating that Chuckles gave him; Mr Lynch would be looking at serving some serious jail time. But, since it is the other way around, and the cop dished out the beating; the worse thing that will happen to good ol' Chuckles The Cop is seeing his case get dismissed?
Mr Lynch was beaten and he was locked up. His car and his cell phone were impounded for an extended period of time; costing him a great deal of money and a major inconvenience. But, apparently the actual case against him is so F-ing weak that the prosecution is willing to sweep the whole sorry affair under the rug?
If Mr Lynch WAS ACTUALLY guilty of these serious charges; the prosecution would be going full steam ahead. They would not be willing to drop it all just to be pal-zie with Mr Lynch. Cops and Prosecutors don't dismiss serious charges against guilty people. Unless of course the guilty parties are cops. And, that appears to be what they are hoping to do here: The charges against Mr Lynch all get dropped; yet Chuckles The Cop somehow did no wrong. Again, I say BS.
They are not dropping the case, he can settle for probation with a suspended sentence.

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Mar 22, 2012
 
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They are not dropping the case, he can settle for probation with a suspended sentence.
Insider, did you notice the Fitchburg topix forums went down for most of the morning a couple days ago?Wonder why?

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Mar 22, 2012
 
Lynch wrote:

We haven't even begun to request nor to persue investigations into their corruption!
Another blatant LIE!

4-30-10
"I have been to the police station due to direct threats using my name! I have written to the FBI and ask them for assistance!
Thank God that the time has come in Fitchburg! The citizens will stand strong against the "good ole boy clique"! It is time that they are run out of town!"
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/fitchburg-ma/...

And remember when you and your "WE" group were stealing identities and impersonating Police Officers on-line?

12-16-09
"The FBI awaits a call from the attorney generals office,the mayor of Fitchburg in order to begin investigations. At present there are investigations taking place within Fitchburg.
You can email the FBI at the Boston office for inquiry request. Boston@ic.fbi.gov"
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/fitchburg-ma/...

1-22-10
"Who has been this clerk since 2000? We need this information! Where can we find it? The FBI would like to talk to this/these employees!"
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/fitchburg-ma/...
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Chucks Case is BS wrote:
Stamos,
I have said all along that my motives were simply to get a cop to play by the same set of rules that the rest of us has to follow. In Chuckles The Cop's case, for years running over at JR's Pub he was barricading North Street off; blasting music until the wee morning hours; allowing his patrons to walk around out on North Street with alcohol in their hands; and also allowing his patrons to blast off down public ways in a display of screeching tires and burning rubber. Many patrons blasted by the park on North Street at roughly 60 -70 mph. Meanwhile, the entire FPD; including our illustrious Traffic Safety officer McNamara and even our proud police chief simply ignored the whole mess.
Once I heard that Chuckles The Cop had told an area resident "there is nothing that you can do about it; I am a cop"; I figured that it was time for me to keep the pressure on the issue via F-burg Topix Forum. I had no idea what the final outcome would be; but I figured that I would keep plenty of focus on Chuckles The Cop's antics. Its kind of like when a cop is riding someones back bumper. They figure that sooner or later the person will do something stupid. And, in this case; Chuckles The Cop did not dissapoint me. He pooped his cork and it brought plenty of attention to JR's Pub. From there, it was discovered that the liquor license had been buggered up for the past 13 years. Plus, our proud police chief went on record stating that Chuckles The Cop had never informed him that he had direct ties to a bar in the City, as required by law.
So, did I coach Mr Lynch? No. Did Chuckles The Cop hang himself? Yes!
Are you gay? Is that why you support the defendant so wholeheartedly, because you are gay-friends? And the hetero-macho cops are too much for you gay guys to deal with, so you go after nit-picky shit like parking, loud music, screeching tires, and over-the-top cop behavior, because of your sexual orientation,(you're gay) and the fact you've been picked on by heterosexual he-men with handsome hamhocks and combed over hairdos all your sorry lives? This is way too unhealthy of an obsession for you!

Once again, I don't have anything against you gay guys. Really.

But ARE you gay? I bet you are! You sure do sound like it!
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He may seem a little light in the loafers when he writes about Chuckles storming out of the pub like a "Stallion" riding on his "hamhocks". I don't judge people by their sexuality. I do judge them by their actions and statements and once again Lynch pulled a fast one. He started this thread about going to court just to get people talking about him. Now he will hide and then in a few days he will bring up some stupid story about a cop who was drunk driving in Ohio.
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Mar 22, 2012
 
Civil Servant Supporter wrote:
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Are you gay? Is that why you support the defendant so wholeheartedly, because you are gay-friends? And the hetero-macho cops are too much for you gay guys to deal with, so you go after nit-picky shit like parking, loud music, screeching tires, and over-the-top cop behavior, because of your sexual orientation,(you're gay) and the fact you've been picked on by heterosexual he-men with handsome hamhocks and combed over hairdos all your sorry lives? This is way too unhealthy of an obsession for you!
Once again, I don't have anything against you gay guys. Really.
But ARE you gay? I bet you are! You sure do sound like it!
An occasional cafè latte or cappuccino with chocolate powder on top is enjoyed best with someone who likes to share a desert.
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Mar 23, 2012
 
Hey, my sources tell me that there is a fairly new big banner hanging out in front or JR's Pub announcing Latin Dancing Nights.

I feel so bad about how things have played out for Chuckles The Cop; the Siomos clan and JR's Pub that I would like to help them promote this Latin Dancing thing. I STRONGLY suggest that we take full advantage of the direct ties that JR's Pub has to the FPD to help promote this Latin Dancing thing.

I was thinking of a "Cha Cha with Chuckles Night" where the customers get to dance one on one with Chuckles The Cop. And, of course, a "Tango with Tasca Night' could be a big hit as well. Additionally a "Mambo with McNamara Night" would be sure to bring em' in the door.

If these theme nights turn out to be the big hit that I think they will be; future dance theme nights should be considered. I was thinking of a "Dirty Dancing with Demoura Night". Needless to say, a "Boogie Fever with Boz Night" is another sure fire winner. Certainly, none of us would turn down a chance to "Jitterbug with Joel". And, how about "Disco Dancing with Dave" (Amico). A crowd favorite could easily be to learn to dance the "Macho Man with Mike Sevigny Night". I am certain that he could perform an award winning performance! And, we may even be able to get ex officer Dave Amico to sing the hit song, from the Broadway Musical of the same name: Hair. I would have shivers up and down my spine, as I heard him begin with "Give me hair, long beautiful hair". What a treat for the men and women of Fitchburg to hear!

Of course, there will not be any alcohol being served, as a result of that clucked up liquor license. But, I am reasonably sure that the customers would be so damn happy to be dancing with our lawmen, that they would not mind in the least.

So, how about it everyone? Can we all work together to make this happen. In the words of that great man George Bush "get er' done"!
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If Lynch comments here at all he will go straight to jail, period.
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Mar 23, 2012
 
Well at least he accepted the deal. That was the best and smartest move he has done so far. Thank God that is over.
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The Insider wrote:
Well at least he accepted the deal. That was the best and smartest move he has done so far. Thank God that is over.
If he gets on this forum a writes negative comments about Siomos, the FPD or the courts it could jepordize his probabtion. He was smart in taking the deal, going to trial would have put him in jail.

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Mar 23, 2012
 
Lynch Mob wrote:
<quoted text>If he gets on this forum a writes negative comments about Siomos, the FPD or the courts it could jepordize his probabtion. He was smart in taking the deal, going to trial would have put him in jail.
It's just a matter of time. My money is on jail!
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Chucks Case is BS wrote:
Hey, my sources tell me that there is a fairly new big banner hanging out in front or JR's Pub announcing Latin Dancing Nights.
I feel so bad about how things have played out for Chuckles The Cop; the Siomos clan and JR's Pub that I would like to help them promote this Latin Dancing thing. I STRONGLY suggest that we take full advantage of the direct ties that JR's Pub has to the FPD to help promote this Latin Dancing thing.
I was thinking of a "Cha Cha with Chuckles Night" where the customers get to dance one on one with Chuckles The Cop. And, of course, a "Tango with Tasca Night' could be a big hit as well. Additionally a "Mambo with McNamara Night" would be sure to bring em' in the door.
If these theme nights turn out to be the big hit that I think they will be; future dance theme nights should be considered. I was thinking of a "Dirty Dancing with Demoura Night". Needless to say, a "Boogie Fever with Boz Night" is another sure fire winner. Certainly, none of us would turn down a chance to "Jitterbug with Joel". And, how about "Disco Dancing with Dave" (Amico). A crowd favorite could easily be to learn to dance the "Macho Man with Mike Sevigny Night". I am certain that he could perform an award winning performance! And, we may even be able to get ex officer Dave Amico to sing the hit song, from the Broadway Musical of the same name: Hair. I would have shivers up and down my spine, as I heard him begin with "Give me hair, long beautiful hair". What a treat for the men and women of Fitchburg to hear!
Of course, there will not be any alcohol being served, as a result of that clucked up liquor license. But, I am reasonably sure that the customers would be so damn happy to be dancing with our lawmen, that they would not mind in the least.
So, how about it everyone? Can we all work together to make this happen. In the words of that great man George Bush "get er' done"!
Why are you always posting this stupid stuff? It may be your dream come true to spend a night dancing with a male police officer to show tunes but the rest of the public would find that somewhat demented.
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Didn't Chucks Case tell us that JRs had been shut down? And now there's a new banner? Which is it? Shut down or advertising for business?

And with Lynch taking a plea deal that includes the stipulation that he can't pursue civil action it would certainly appear that Officer Siomos didn't come out on the losing end like you predicted. And has the liquor license been suspended at JRs? I hadn't read that.

Please, make another prediction for the group. What is your estimate on whether or not Lynch can keep his nose clean for the duration of his probation?
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Mar 23, 2012
 
Chucks Case is BS wrote:
Hey, my sources tell me that there is a fairly new big banner hanging out in front or JR's Pub announcing Latin Dancing Nights.
I feel so bad about how things have played out for Chuckles The Cop; the Siomos clan and JR's Pub that I would like to help them promote this Latin Dancing thing. I STRONGLY suggest that we take full advantage of the direct ties that JR's Pub has to the FPD to help promote this Latin Dancing thing.
I was thinking of a "Cha Cha with Chuckles Night" where the customers get to dance one on one with Chuckles The Cop. And, of course, a "Tango with Tasca Night' could be a big hit as well. Additionally a "Mambo with McNamara Night" would be sure to bring em' in the door.
If these theme nights turn out to be the big hit that I think they will be; future dance theme nights should be considered. I was thinking of a "Dirty Dancing with Demoura Night". Needless to say, a "Boogie Fever with Boz Night" is another sure fire winner. Certainly, none of us would turn down a chance to "Jitterbug with Joel". And, how about "Disco Dancing with Dave" (Amico). A crowd favorite could easily be to learn to dance the "Macho Man with Mike Sevigny Night". I am certain that he could perform an award winning performance! And, we may even be able to get ex officer Dave Amico to sing the hit song, from the Broadway Musical of the same name: Hair. I would have shivers up and down my spine, as I heard him begin with "Give me hair, long beautiful hair". What a treat for the men and women of Fitchburg to hear!
Of course, there will not be any alcohol being served, as a result of that clucked up liquor license. But, I am reasonably sure that the customers would be so damn happy to be dancing with our lawmen, that they would not mind in the least.
So, how about it everyone? Can we all work together to make this happen. In the words of that great man George Bush "get er' done"!
HEY! You missed "Watusi with Wong"! LOL
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<quoted text>Why are you always posting this stupid stuff? It may be your dream come true to spend a night dancing with a male police officer to show tunes but the rest of the public would find that somewhat demented.
Woah! I am just hoping to create a "win win" situation for everyone involved.

Here's how I see it: The public has a fascination with cops. There are many hit TV shows on the subject. AND, the public has a fascination with dancing as well. This is proven by the hit TV show, Dancing With The Stars. So, I started thinking. Why not Dancing With The Cops? The public would love it. It has certain success writen on it; from one end to another. Here's how it all plays out:

My idea for the new TV show is an instant hit. The public loves it. Now, get this: the show is aired right from JR's Pub in Fitchburg! Chuck has customers pouring in the doors and the cash register is ringing loudly. Fitchburg quickly needs to add the highway connector over to Route 2; along with building the massive new airport that Mr Lynch has been hoping for!

Now, are you ready for the REAL surprise? Myself, Mr Lynch and Bob Campbell are the Judges for the show!

Don't you get it? EVERYONE WINS! Including the City of Fitchburg. Chuckles The Cop goes on to be a dance sensation with his Cha Cha.

I have just turned one big negative into one big positive! And, what could be a happier ending then THAT!
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How about FPD SMACKDOWN. It would be a show where idiots can try and assault off duty police and get body slammed to the sidewalk.
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Jail time wrote:
If Lynch comments here at all he will go straight to jail, period.
There is ultimately a gag order on this case so you are right, I cannot comment on the facts nor names. And Yes if I file a civil suit then the case will be back on the trial log.

Maybe if you incite me enough we may be at step one again, who knows!

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