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National Anthem

La Habra, CA

#1 Mar 2, 2013
James "Jim" Hunley who had a junk yard off of Shrode Street in Irwindale now goes by the name "CarParker".
Approximately nine years ago, the city Council, in an attempt to beautify the city and promote affordable housing ordered public domain on his property as his property had been in violations of public safety and city ordinances. CarParker was also a convicted fellon for his involvement in a scam with an illegal tow company. The council headed by Breceda at the time, saw the neglect Hunley exhibited in his property and continued path of illegal activities. Therefore, the derision was made to rid the community of a non desired element. The city proceeded in accordance with the law removed him from his property after numerous orders to rectify the illegal issues on his property. Now he fills his day with defamatory post of Breceda, Irwindale, Baldwin Park and anyone not in his camp. He continues to drain the community by making erroneous claims about such. He attacks Breceda's family members in an attempt to cause criticism to Breceda. His post are fictional accounts brought out using his imagination and uninformed vengeance. He seeks revenge on those whom he feels wronged him. His actions are not unlike that of a mad man on a killing spree. And like that madman, he will be the effect of his own demise.
Exposed

Glendora, CA

#2 Mar 2, 2013
Oh snap! You got more info on this public mence then I did. What a loser this guy is. I heard there was some other scandals he was involved in Arizona or Nevada.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#3 Mar 2, 2013
You can run but you can't hide Mr. Hunley
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#5 Mar 3, 2013
As I stated "CarParker", I will be relentless in exposing you as the revengeful, corrupt non resident person who has no other desire then to defame the Breceda's, Irwindale and Baldwin Park due to your own self distraction. The undisputed facts are that your old property that was in shambles has been turned into a beautiful residential community. Your junk yard was declared an eyesore even though you had ample time to rectify your illegal actions.
Car Parker

West Covina, CA

#6 Mar 3, 2013
Car Parker is the person who exposed the corruption in Irwindale. Mark Breeceda and the city manager two council members and the finance director used 200,000 dollars partying in New York. And he exposed that the tax payer pays for his mothers rent because she intentionally and fraudulently failed to disclose that she is a business owner.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#7 Mar 3, 2013
Car Parker wrote:
Car Parker is the person who exposed the corruption in Irwindale. Mark Breeceda and the city manager two council members and the finance director used 200,000 dollars partying in New York. And he exposed that the tax payer pays for his mothers rent because she intentionally and fraudulently failed to disclose that she is a business owner.
And all though one of those matters is in the judicial system Breceda has not been convicted of a crime unlike you, he still runs a successful business in like you, he is on and allowed to sit on a government position unlike you, he is able to vote in general elections unlike you, he has never been in a prison unlike you, he has vehicles that are in good working order inlike you, he knows how to use a bar of soap and toothpaste unlike you.
Car Parker

West Covina, CA

#8 Mar 3, 2013
New York New York That's Breceda's kind of town

As long as he has the cities credit card.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#9 Mar 3, 2013
Car Parker wrote:
New York New York That's Breceda's kind of town
As long as he has the cities credit card.
Just admit you miss your run down junkyard and you wish your life had turned out better. You wish you had cleaned up your property like you were ordered too. Your life is not how you wanted to turn out to be. Not that your are a little slower and much bigger you recognize that you don't have much left in this world so like 99.9% of of the other depressed people you want the world to wallo in your own developed filth.
Car Parker

West Covina, CA

#10 Mar 3, 2013
National Anthem wrote:
<quoted text>
And all though one of those matters is in the judicial system Breceda has not been convicted of a crime unlike you, he still runs a successful business in like you, he is on and allowed to sit on a government position unlike you, he is able to vote in general elections unlike you, he has never been in a prison unlike you, he has vehicles that are in good working order inlike you, he knows how to use a bar of soap and toothpaste unlike you.
That is all going to change
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#21 Mar 9, 2013
Don't hide Hunley. Tell us why you are considered non credible. Judges, newspaper reporters and the general public all agree. HUNLEY IS NOT CREDIBlE. Tell us Hunley, how did those cases turn out for you? You know the ones, law suits where the Judge reprimanded you for lying, the criminal case that sent you to prison, the law suits that you lost regarding your neighbor. The one where you jumped the wall and looked into your neighbors windows. And if course, the one where you were issued a restraining order, ordering you to keep away from a poor little girl. What is it? 50 or 100 feet that you can't get near her.
Car Parker

West Covina, CA

#22 Mar 9, 2013
Rosy read the facts

California politicians busted for spending taxpayer money on New York entertainment

By LEONARD GREENE
Last Updated: 11:14 AM, October 28, 2010
Posted: 12:43 AM, October 28, 2010

As if New York doesn't have enough crooked politicians of its own ...

The bright lights of Broadway beckoned corrupt California officials to cross the continent and spend taxpayer money on nights at theaters, baseball games and pricey dinners at the Big Apple's finest bistros, authorities charged yesterday.

The four were from Irwindale, a bustling metropolis of just over 1,400 people where the main entertainment is watching cars at the local speedway.

The bureaucrats and politicians did have enough taste to pass on Los Angeles, just 20 miles away, for the allure of the world's greatest city.
SMALL-TOWN 'BIG' THINKERS: Irwindale, Calif., City Councilman Mark Breceda (left) and former Councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez appear in court yesterday to face charges they and two colleagues illegally lavished the charms of the Big Apple on themselves with taxpayer money.
AP
SMALL-TOWN 'BIG' THINKERS: Irwindale, Calif., City Councilman Mark Breceda (left) and former Councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez appear in court yesterday to face charges they and two colleagues illegally lavished the charms of the Big Apple on themselves with taxpayer money.

They were busted yesterday for misappropriating public funds to finance the trips, which took place between 2001 and 2005.

They claimed they had to come to New York to pitch for a higher municipal-bond rating, and they did manage to squeeze in some time on Wall Street when they weren't hanging out in Times Square.

They lived high on the New York hog, staying in five-star hotels, guzzling $250 bottles of wine and spending evenings on Broadway watching "Mamma Mia" and "Phantom of the Opera," authorities said.

"Mostly they partied quite a bit," Los Angeles Deputy DA Nipa Cook said.

"They spent money on Mets and Yankee games and Broadway shows."

Councilman Mark Breceda, retired City Manager Steve Blancarte and retired finance director Abe De Dios are charged with five felony counts. Former Councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez faces one count.

Prosecutors said the officials used public money to pay for $250 Yankee tickets; $260 tickets to "Follies" on Broadway and $1,027 for brunch at The River Café.

On a trip in 2003, they had only eight hours of scheduled meetings, yet they spent six nights at the lavish Ritz-Carlton, checking in on a Saturday night, even though no business meetings were scheduled for Sunday.

They also saw a matinee of "Jackie Mason's Laughing Room Only" followed by dinner at Atelier on Central Park South.

Former Councilwoman Rosemary Gutierrez, who came along on one of the trips but was not charged with a crime, justified their actions by saying New York is an expensive place to do business.

"It's not like we were meeting in Irwindale or in the state of California," she told reporters. "It was New York."
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#23 Mar 10, 2013
Once again, your remedial intellect does not compute. Newspaper articles are not fact. That is why you are considered non credible. Judges, newspaper reporters and the general public all agree. HUNLEY IS NOT CREDIBlE. Tell us Hunley, how did those cases turn out for you? You know the ones, law suits where the Judge reprimanded you for lying, the criminal case that sent you to prison, the law suits that you lost regarding your neighbor. The one where you jumped the wall and looked into your neighbors windows. And if course, the one where you were issued a restraining order, ordering you to keep away from a poor little girl. What is it? 50 or 100 feet that you can't get near her.
wait for my testimony

West Covina, CA

#24 Mar 10, 2013
Rosy just read the facts

California politicians busted for spending taxpayer money on New York entertainment

By LEONARD GREENE
Last Updated: 11:14 AM, October 28, 2010
Posted: 12:43 AM, October 28, 2010

As if New York doesn't have enough crooked politicians of its own ...

The bright lights of Broadway beckoned corrupt California officials to cross the continent and spend taxpayer money on nights at theaters, baseball games and pricey dinners at the Big Apple's finest bistros, authorities charged yesterday.

The four were from Irwindale, a bustling metropolis of just over 1,400 people where the main entertainment is watching cars at the local speedway.

The bureaucrats and politicians did have enough taste to pass on Los Angeles, just 20 miles away, for the allure of the world's greatest city.
SMALL-TOWN 'BIG' THINKERS: Irwindale, Calif., City Councilman Mark Breceda (left) and former Councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez appear in court yesterday to face charges they and two colleagues illegally lavished the charms of the Big Apple on themselves with taxpayer money.
AP
SMALL-TOWN 'BIG' THINKERS: Irwindale, Calif., City Councilman Mark Breceda (left) and former Councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez appear in court yesterday to face charges they and two colleagues illegally lavished the charms of the Big Apple on themselves with taxpayer money.

They were busted yesterday for misappropriating public funds to finance the trips, which took place between 2001 and 2005.

They claimed they had to come to New York to pitch for a higher municipal-bond rating, and they did manage to squeeze in some time on Wall Street when they weren't hanging out in Times Square.

They lived high on the New York hog, staying in five-star hotels, guzzling $250 bottles of wine and spending evenings on Broadway watching "Mamma Mia" and "Phantom of the Opera," authorities said.

"Mostly they partied quite a bit," Los Angeles Deputy DA Nipa Cook said.

"They spent money on Mets and Yankee games and Broadway shows."

Councilman Mark Breceda, retired City Manager Steve Blancarte and retired finance director Abe De Dios are charged with five felony counts. Former Councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez faces one count.

Prosecutors said the officials used public money to pay for $250 Yankee tickets; $260 tickets to "Follies" on Broadway and $1,027 for brunch at The River Café.

On a trip in 2003, they had only eight hours of scheduled meetings, yet they spent six nights at the lavish Ritz-Carlton, checking in on a Saturday night, even though no business meetings were scheduled for Sunday.

They also saw a matinee of "Jackie Mason's Laughing Room Only" followed by dinner at Atelier on Central Park South.

Former Councilwoman Rosemary Gutierrez, who came along on one of the trips but was not charged with a crime, justified their actions by saying New York is an expensive place to do business.

"It's not like we were meeting in Irwindale or in the state of California," she told reporters. "It was New York."
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#26 Mar 10, 2013
I'll be waiting for your testimony about why you are considered non credible. Judges, newspaper reporters and the general public all agree. HUNLEY IS NOT CREDIBlE. Tell us Hunley, how did those cases turn out for you? You know the ones, law suits where the Judge reprimanded you for lying, the criminal case that sent you to prison, the law suits that you lost regarding your neighbor. The one where you jumped the wall and looked into your neighbors windows. And if course, the one where you were issued a restraining order, ordering you to keep away from a poor little girl. What is it? 50 or 100 feet that you can't get near her.
Car Parker

West Covina, CA

#27 Mar 10, 2013
Rosy just read the facts

California politicians busted for spending taxpayer money on New York entertainment

By LEONARD GREENE
Last Updated: 11:14 AM, October 28, 2010
Posted: 12:43 AM, October 28, 2010

As if New York doesn't have enough crooked politicians of its own ...

The bright lights of Broadway beckoned corrupt California officials to cross the continent and spend taxpayer money on nights at theaters, baseball games and pricey dinners at the Big Apple's finest bistros, authorities charged yesterday.

The four were from Irwindale, a bustling metropolis of just over 1,400 people where the main entertainment is watching cars at the local speedway.

The bureaucrats and politicians did have enough taste to pass on Los Angeles, just 20 miles away, for the allure of the world's greatest city.
SMALL-TOWN 'BIG' THINKERS: Irwindale, Calif., City Councilman Mark Breceda (left) and former Councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez appear in court yesterday to face charges they and two colleagues illegally lavished the charms of the Big Apple on themselves with taxpayer money.
AP
SMALL-TOWN 'BIG' THINKERS: Irwindale, Calif., City Councilman Mark Breceda (left) and former Councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez appear in court yesterday to face charges they and two colleagues illegally lavished the charms of the Big Apple on themselves with taxpayer money.

They were busted yesterday for misappropriating public funds to finance the trips, which took place between 2001 and 2005.

They claimed they had to come to New York to pitch for a higher municipal-bond rating, and they did manage to squeeze in some time on Wall Street when they weren't hanging out in Times Square.

They lived high on the New York hog, staying in five-star hotels, guzzling $250 bottles of wine and spending evenings on Broadway watching "Mamma Mia" and "Phantom of the Opera," authorities said.

"Mostly they partied quite a bit," Los Angeles Deputy DA Nipa Cook said.

"They spent money on Mets and Yankee games and Broadway shows."

Councilman Mark Breceda, retired City Manager Steve Blancarte and retired finance director Abe De Dios are charged with five felony counts. Former Councilwoman Rosemary Ramirez faces one count.

Prosecutors said the officials used public money to pay for $250 Yankee tickets; $260 tickets to "Follies" on Broadway and $1,027 for brunch at The River Café.

On a trip in 2003, they had only eight hours of scheduled meetings, yet they spent six nights at the lavish Ritz-Carlton, checking in on a Saturday night, even though no business meetings were scheduled for Sunday.

They also saw a matinee of "Jackie Mason's Laughing Room Only" followed by dinner at Atelier on Central Park South.

Former Councilwoman Rosemary Gutierrez, who came along on one of the trips but was not charged with a crime, justified their actions by saying New York is an expensive place to do business.

"It's not like we were meeting in Irwindale or in the state of California," she told reporters. "It was New York."
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#28 Mar 11, 2013
Hunley just answer the questions. Why are you considered non credible. Judges, newspaper reporters and the general public all agree. HUNLEY IS NOT CREDIBlE. Tell us Hunley, how did those cases turn out for you? You know the ones, law suits where the Judge reprimanded you for lying, the criminal case that sent you to prison, the law suits that you lost regarding your neighbor. The one where you jumped the wall and looked into your neighbors windows. And if course, the one where you were issued a restraining order, ordering you to keep away from a poor little girl. What is it? 50 or 100 feet that you can't get near her.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#34 Mar 25, 2013
Hunley, based on your experiences, is it ok to torment a little girl so much that she has to file a restraining order against you. I wonder, how annoying one has to be to get a restraining order against them. I heard that it has to be so severe and the victim has to fear for her life. Is that true? In your case, what happened? Exactly, how much did you annoy her?
info

United States

#35 Mar 25, 2013
James Henley owns a machine shop off of pioneer i think it is in whitter he might just work there i Know he runs the place
Car Parker

West Covina, CA

#36 Mar 25, 2013
National Anthem wrote:
James "Jim" Hunley who had a junk yard off of Shrode Street in Irwindale now goes by the name "CarParker".
Approximately nine years ago, the city Council, in an attempt to beautify the city and promote affordable housing ordered public domain on his property as his property had been in violations of public safety and city ordinances. CarParker was also a convicted fellon for his involvement in a scam with an illegal tow company. The council headed by Breceda at the time, saw the neglect Hunley exhibited in his property and continued path of illegal activities. Therefore, the derision was made to rid the community of a non desired element. The city proceeded in accordance with the law removed him from his property after numerous orders to rectify the illegal issues on his property. Now he fills his day with defamatory post of Breceda, Irwindale, Baldwin Park and anyone not in his camp. He continues to drain the community by making erroneous claims about such. He attacks Breceda's family members in an attempt to cause criticism to Breceda. His post are fictional accounts brought out using his imagination and uninformed vengeance. He seeks revenge on those whom he feels wronged him. His actions are not unlike that of a mad man on a killing spree. And like that madman, he will be the effect of his own demise.
What an imagination. This is what happens when you mix cheap wine and warts.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#37 Mar 25, 2013
Car Parker wrote:
<quoted text>
What an imagination. This is what happens when you mix cheap wine and warts.
This is what happens when you break the law. 602(L)(1) PC. Guilty and convicted. 5.04.010 El Segundo Muni Code. Guilty and Convicted. 27152 CVC Guilty and convicted 4000a CVC Gulity and convicted. I'm still researching a case Hunley has in Alhambra Court.

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