1983 Remsen Drug bust
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Bob L

New Hartford, NY

#1 Sep 20, 2013
Parker and Joan Snead bought the RT 28 property in 1983 and moved to Forestport and opened the boat shop in 1986. That is the exact timeline as Edward Parker of Remsen being busted for being a major cocaine distributor. He was arrested in 1983 and was being prosecuted in a highly publicized court proceedings thru 1986. Parker's opponent and his supporters are trying to brand him as a drug dealer to remain in power. Please read the page from top to bottom. Parker Snead is NOT Edward Parker. They are also trying to brand him as a drug user. Not true. He does not use drugs and would not object to random drug testing with the rest of the board in fact, he thinks it is a good idea. Stop the baseless slander against the Sneads and run a clean campaign.
Author: Schnepp
OPINION OF THE COURT
On these multidefendant appeals myriad related issues are raised concerning the existence of probable cause for eavesdropping and search warrants and compliance by the prosecution with various requirements of CPL article 700.
After the police uncovered an extensive cocaine trafficking conspiracy among the defendants, they were charged in six separate indictments with controlled substances related crimes. Edward A. Parker and Mary Lou Entwistle, who resided together in Oneida County, were charged with possessing large amounts of cocaine which they received from defendant Osvaldo A. Pardo who lived in Florida. The other defendants, John Baris, Daniel E. Creaco, Jr., and Salvatore A. Inserra also resided in Oneida County and participated in the operation by buying drugs from Parker and reselling them. On August 30, 1983 the State Police arrested Parker and seized from his home in rural Remsen, New York, approximately 26 pounds of cocaine with an estimated street value of $10 million. In addition to Parker the State Police also arrested his girlfriend Entwistle, and Baris, Creaco and Inserra. Pardo, who was arrested on August 31, 1983 on a Federal warrant, was arraigned on the State charges following his indictment by an Oneida County Grand Jury. The raid on Parker's residence was the culmination of a long investigation over a period of several months which involved undercover drug buys from persons suspected of dealing with Parker, the development of information from an informant and the extensive use of a wiretap on Parker's telephone. Following the denial of their motions to suppress evidence obtained pursuant to three eavesdropping and five search warrants issued between June 14 and September 1, 1983, the defendants pleaded as follows in satisfaction of these various indictments: Baris, Creaco and Entwistle to conspiracy in the second degree; Inserra to criminal possession of a controlled substance in the second degree; Parker to criminal possession of a controlled substance in the first degree; and Pardo to criminal sale of a controlled substance in the second degree and conspiracy in the second degree.
Bob L

New Hartford, NY

#2 Sep 20, 2013
SPORTS PEOPLE
SPORTS PEOPLE; Drug Case Moved
Published: September 25, 1983

Federal authorities have dropped their charge against a Florida man who reportedly said he supplied cocaine to members of the Miami Dolphins, and have turned him over to New York State authorities for prosecution on a more serious charge. The suspect, Osvaldo Pardo, and 12 others were arrested by Federal authorities on Aug. 30 and accused of operating a cocaine-trafficking ring in Central New York.

Federal authorities, citing the transcript of a secret wiretap, said that Pardo had mentioned the Dolphins in a conversation with a co-defendant, EDWARD PARKER, a 34-year-old Remsen, N.Y., man they described as the biggest cocaine distributor in the Utica area. Although Pardo was described as one of Parker's main suppliers, the lone Federal charge against him was using a telephone to commit a crime, which carries a maximum sentence of four years. In asking Edward Conan, a Federal magistrate in Syracuse, to dismiss that charge on Friday, Fred Scullin, the United States Attorney, noted that Pardo would be turned over to New York authorities for prosecution for the sale of cocaine, a felony that carries a sentence of 25 years to life.
Hmmm

Utica, NY

#4 Sep 21, 2013
So those arrest records that Bill H. Is carrying around with him in his truck claiming to be Parker Snead arrest records are false and Bill H. Is lying?
Bob L

New Hartford, NY

#5 Sep 21, 2013
Hmmm wrote:
So those arrest records that Bill H. Is carrying around with him in his truck claiming to be Parker Snead arrest records are false and Bill H. Is lying?
Yes,that is true. If we can get them on cell phone video telling somebody those lies or a few of you who have been told these things to sign a statement to that effect, they will never get done paying their legal expenses. I am handeling this matter for the Sneads. Email your information to Parker at psnead@telenet.net and he will forward the information to my office. Thank you. Bob L
had to know

Rome, NY

#6 Sep 21, 2013
How dirty can you get?
Must be lots at stake, and perhaps still hidden here?
This explains a great deal of why the pressures are on by Hasenauer.
Crazy

New Hartford, NY

#7 Sep 21, 2013
Why would Bill H be so desperate to do this to Parker Snead? People know Bill was the Oneida County Sheriff and when they see him with papers in hand and him saying these things, they are going to believe him. People think The sheriff would be an honest citizen or even more honest than most and actually people being lied to . This is slander in the best definition of the word. Also why does Bill want to be Supervisor so badly as to lie and cheat? The job of Supervisor is not that well paying, there has to be more to the story. He is also getting up there in years , anybody else remember Ronald Regan's last years as president, seems familiar , contra hearings...?
Bob L

New Hartford, NY

#8 Sep 21, 2013
Mr Snead has no arrest record of any kind, in any state, for any reason. Contact Parker Snead at psnead@telenet.net if you have first hand information regarding this malicious slander and he will forward that information to my office. Thank you. Bob L
pulaski pete

Mexico, NY

#9 Sep 21, 2013
Seriously?all this drama over forestport supervisor?Bill H. needs a to take up a hobby,something harmless like chile cook-offs,bbq compititions,play station,fishing,hiking,interne t gay porn,back-yard beer drinking or get involved with your local snowmobile club.
Every Dog has its day

Rome, NY

#10 Sep 21, 2013
I believe one will find out what is causing this nightmare for Parker, after election, when Bill is gone.
Then more information will come forward, I am sure.
But, isn't this something we all suspected existed all along?
Surplus

Northville, NY

#11 Sep 21, 2013
Bob L wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes,that is true. If we can get them on cell phone video telling somebody those lies or a few of you who have been told these things to sign a statement to that effect, they will never get done paying their legal expenses. I am handeling this matter for the Sneads. Email your information to Parker at psnead@telenet.net and he will forward the information to my office. Thank you. Bob L
Uhh, oh okay "BOB L." First, it is "handling." This is so rotten to start this crap. "Bob L." just doesn't cut it. Get out there and run a decent campaign Parker, for the love of GOD.
Parker Snead

New Hartford, NY

#12 Sep 21, 2013
Surplus wrote:
<quoted text>
Uhh, oh okay "BOB L." First, it is "handling." This is so rotten to start this crap. "Bob L." just doesn't cut it. Get out there and run a decent campaign Parker, for the love of GOD.
You will feel totally different if you were being slandered in your home town and place of business. I have known Bob L since we were 8 years old and he advised me to move very aggressively to address this matter. Win or lose, Joan and I live and run a business here. This issue is FAR more important to us than winning this election......
grow up people

New Hartford, NY

#13 Sep 22, 2013
Do we really want to sink to the level of the low life slandering idiots that try to cut someone down just because they don't agree with them . If someone wants to run for office ,it is their right,they are also citizens of our town .It is not right to tell lies about people and it is against the law.If you can't control yourself and you are just a vicious rabid blabbermouth keep it to yourself,nobody wants to hear it and nobody believes it.
terrible

Rome, NY

#14 Sep 22, 2013
What is happening in Forestport is terrible.
It has been clearly and legally explained about the great difference between Parker (first name ) and Parker,(last name)/ How much more do you all need? Get over it and concentrate on the serious need for change in Forestport's Supevisory position.
AND NO THIS IS NOT A RELATIVE OF PARKER........ so get over that too!!
Bob

Indian Lake, NY

#15 Sep 22, 2013
all I can say is in my opinion , Bill H. is done I've been to board meetings and after running the meetings over 6 years he can't remember the meeting agenda , and he has a sheet to go by , if you don't believe me , go to a meeting , so that being said , forget the crap and vote for the guy you think will lead the town Bob or Parker ...
Amazing

Feeding Hills, MA

#16 Sep 22, 2013
Bob wrote:
all I can say is in my opinion , Bill H. is done I've been to board meetings and after running the meetings over 6 years he can't remember the meeting agenda , and he has a sheet to go by , if you don't believe me , go to a meeting , so that being said , forget the crap and vote for the guy you think will lead the town Bob or Parker ...
well said my friend, it's either Bob or Parker that's gonna win this race...
NEW BROOM

Rome, NY

#17 Sep 22, 2013
A new broom sweeps clean.
So to clean up this mess in town hall, that NEW broom has to be Parker!
Everyone needs a bit of a breather between now and November, so relax a bit, take a deep breath and enjoy some of the beauty Mother Nature blesses Forestport with every fall..the beauty of the leaves. AND take a little walk over the bridges and listen closely..you just might hear a happy sigh or joyful giggle or two as the water flows over the rocks.
New Bust

New Hartford, NY

#18 Sep 26, 2013
When will the next Big Cocaine drug bust be ,usually once one of these guys gets busted there is another scumbag that picks up where the other left off to keep all the coke heads fed.
nothing great

Mexico, NY

#19 Sep 26, 2013
New Bust wrote:
When will the next Big Cocaine drug bust be ,usually once one of these guys gets busted there is another scumbag that picks up where the other left off to keep all the coke heads fed.
Are you aware of the fact that this bust happened 25 years ago?Clearly no white country boys stepped in to fill the void.After the middle '80s the cocaine trade would be dominated by the minorities.Any mafia coke dried up in the early '90s also, following the federal bust-ups
Enough

Gloversville, NY

#22 Sep 26, 2013
...if that is the truth Parker, and I have no reason to believe you would add a person's specific name and accusation on a public forum if it wasn't the truth, I say file a formal complaint immediately, as in tomorrow, to have on record. Send a copy to Bill H., and each member of the board by certified mail, including Attorney Riley.
You know, I am not sure how you will/may do as the leader of this town but that has nothing to do with what was said. People's reputations in a small town are fragile enough without this kind of thing happening. I say start a legal process. Enough is enough and despite all else, I enjoy you and your wife both as acquaintances and this is enough.
Enough

Gloversville, NY

#24 Sep 26, 2013
Injurious Statements

In order for a statement to be punishable by civil penalties in the state of New York, the statement made against the victim must meet the standard of an injurious statement. For a statement to be considered injurious, it must falsely implicate the victim as part of a criminal activity, falsely state that the party has an infectious or contagious disease, involve moral turpitude or state that the party is not fit to perform his job or ruin his reputation within his chosen trade. This sort of slanderous statement is known as defamation per se and the only defense to this sort of statement is proof that the statement made against the party is actually true.

Direction of Speech
The state of New York recognizes slander as only applicable when the statement is made to and heard by someone other than the party that the statement is in reference to. The party to whom the statement is made must also not be of a privileged nature, such as a statement made to an attorney in the midst of a court hearing for a civil or criminal action. The statement must also clearly identify the slandered party and must be made with malice and intent to harm the victim's reputation.

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