Hunley refuses to come clean

Hunley refuses to come clean

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National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#1 Mar 7, 2013
I found factual information that James Hunley AKA "CarParker" has several lawsuits that he was involved in. Of those, the most concerning and dangerous to the general public are the fact he refuses to explain why he was dishonorably discharged from the military. He refuses to Explain why he jumped a wall to look into his neighbors window all while he was calling his place of employment and making false allegations. He refuses to explain why he has a restraining order issued to him to stay away from a little girl. He has zero credibility according to the San Gabriel Tribune.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#2 Mar 7, 2013
Tell us. Why do so many people take you to court and you LOSE IN COURT. Your credibility is not worth anything. That I why Brecedas case has been going on for several years. You are the supposed "Star witness". But when the DA's Star witness has a credibility issue he has to look for real evidence.
Car Parker

West Covina, CA

#3 Mar 7, 2013
I have nothing to come clean about. Every thing you say is about jumping a wall to look into his neighbors window is Bullllshiiiit

There was no restraining order issued to him to stay away from a little girl. Bullllshiiit again. You have

No law suits Bulllllshiiiit again. Why don't you explain why you are defending a thief, an embezzler. You arnt even a U S citizen.

Hear read this and then make your way back across the border.

This is why I call Councilman Breceda a criminal
Four current, former Irwindale officials accused of misspending city money on lavish New York trips
Prosecutors say the four, including Councilman Mark Breceda, dined at costly restaurants and attended Broadway shows. The tab for five trips came to $205,678.
October 28, 2010|By Jessica Garrison and Richard Winton, Los Angeles Times

Four current and former Irwindale officials, including a councilman, have been charged with spending thousands of dollars in city money on lavish business trips to New York that included outings to five-star restaurants and Broadway shows, baseball games and rounds of golf.

The four are accused of traveling to New York for up to six days at a time, allegedly to get a higher bond rating for the city, then improperly treating themselves to entertainment such as Yankee and Mets games and shows including "Phantom of the Opera" and "Mamma Mia!."
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#4 Mar 7, 2013
Se old newspaper article. Get some new information like the ones I found out about you

Baldwin Park shakes its money maker — resumes checkpoints in the Hub Cap of the SGV
Posted on October 21, 2010 by Frank Girardot
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Towing fees put $1.2 million into Bolen Parque’s city coffers in 2009, so you can see why (in a tough economy) the city needs checkpoints. Read more here.

On the other side, James Hunley isn’t the most credible source when it comes to attacking city policies. Hunley was recently arrested for practically stalking the owner of Royal Coaches.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#6 Mar 7, 2013
Come on Hunley. Now is the time. Come clean. Tell us why a little girl is so afraid of you she had a restraining order granted to her. Why are you trespassing and looking into your neighbors windows ? Tell us Hunley, why do you continue with illegal actions. Does your Parole Officer know about all this ?
Car Parker

West Covina, CA

#7 Mar 7, 2013
I don't have a Parole Officer you fat ass bitch You said you got the facts. How old was this little girl.

You are just talking Shiiit

Hear read some real facts then make ypour way back across the Rio grand

This is why I call Councilman Breceda a criminal
Four current, former Irwindale officials accused of misspending city money on lavish New York trips
Prosecutors say the four, including Councilman Mark Breceda, dined at costly restaurants and attended Broadway shows. The tab for five trips came to $205,678.
October 28, 2010|By Jessica Garrison and Richard Winton, Los Angeles Times

Four current and former Irwindale officials, including a councilman, have been charged with spending thousands of dollars in city money on lavish business trips to New York that included outings to five-star restaurants and Broadway shows, baseball games and rounds of golf.

The four are accused of traveling to New York for up to six days at a time, allegedly to get a higher bond rating for the city, then improperly treating themselves to entertainment such as Yankee and Mets games and shows including "Phantom of the Opera" and "Mamma Mia!."
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#8 Mar 7, 2013
Really ? Now you revert to name calling ? So you admit to the restraining order ?
Car Parker

West Covina, CA

#9 Mar 7, 2013
National Anthem wrote:
Really ? Now you revert to name calling ? So you admit to the restraining order ?
Hey dip shiiit you have been calling me names to.

Go back to where you came from..

Oh and read this

This is why I call Councilman Breceda a criminal
Four current, former Irwindale officials accused of misspending city money on lavish New York trips
Prosecutors say the four, including Councilman Mark Breceda, dined at costly restaurants and attended Broadway shows. The tab for five trips came to $205,678.
October 28, 2010|By Jessica Garrison and Richard Winton, Los Angeles Times

Four current and former Irwindale officials, including a councilman, have been charged with spending thousands of dollars in city money on lavish business trips to New York that included outings to five-star restaurants and Broadway shows, baseball games and rounds of golf.

The four are accused of traveling to New York for up to six days at a time, allegedly to get a higher bond rating for the city, then improperly treating themselves to entertainment such as Yankee and Mets games and shows including "Phantom of the Opera" and "Mamma Mia!."
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#12 Mar 9, 2013
Hunley, answer this. He is? 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.
Car Parker

West Covina, CA

#13 Mar 9, 2013
He is what. Rosy put down that gallon of Thunderbird wine. It will make your warts turn red.

Now read the facts

Mark Breceda, X city manager Steve Blancarte X finance director Abe De Dios Council member Rosemary Ramirez and Manual Garcia. went to New York 5 times and partied on the tax payers money. They foolishly and selfishly spent over 200,000 dollars on themselves.

Then along comes James Hunley and he discovered that they were embezzling city money and reported it the the D A. Charges were filed and they were arrested. and are now awaiting trial. Breceda's family that post under Go Army, Hunley Sucks and National Anthem have their panties in a bunch. As every one can see they are defending crooks. And that says a lot about their character.

This is why I call Councilman Breceda a criminal
Four current, former Irwindale officials accused of misspending city money on lavish New York trips
Prosecutors say the four, including Councilman Mark Breceda, dined at costly restaurants and attended Broadway shows. The tab for five trips came to $205,678.
October 28, 2010|By Jessica Garrison and Richard Winton, Los Angeles Times

Four current and former Irwindale officials, including a councilman, have been charged with spending thousands of dollars in city money on lavish business trips to New York that included outings to five-star restaurants and Broadway shows, baseball games and rounds of golf.

The four are accused of traveling to New York for up to six days at a time, allegedly to get a higher bond rating for the city, then improperly treating themselves to entertainment such as Yankee and Mets games and shows including "Phantom of the Opera" and "Mamma Mia!."
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#14 Mar 9, 2013
Hunley, answer why. why, Why, WHY! 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.
Car Parker

West Covina, CA

#15 Mar 9, 2013
Rosy JUST READ THE FACTS. BRECEDA WAS ARRESTED And charged with embezzlement of public funds.

Mark Breceda, X city manager Steve Blancarte X finance director Abe De Dios Council member Rosemary Ramirez and Manual Garcia. went to New York 5 times and partied on the tax payers money. They foolishly and selfishly spent over 200,000 dollars on themselves.

Then along comes James Hunley and he discovered that they were embezzling city money and reported it the the D A. Charges were filed and they were arrested. and are now awaiting trial. Breceda's family that post under Go Army, Hunley Sucks and National Anthem have their panties in a bunch. As every one can see they are defending crooks. And that says a lot about their character.

This is why I call Councilman Breceda a criminal
Four current, former Irwindale officials accused of misspending city money on lavish New York trips
Prosecutors say the four, including Councilman Mark Breceda, dined at costly restaurants and attended Broadway shows. The tab for five trips came to $205,678.
October 28, 2010|By Jessica Garrison and Richard Winton, Los Angeles Times

Four current and former Irwindale officials, including a councilman, have been charged with spending thousands of dollars in city money on lavish business trips to New York that included outings to five-star restaurants and Broadway shows, baseball games and rounds of golf.

The four are accused of traveling to New York for up to six days at a time, allegedly to get a higher bond rating for the city, then improperly treating themselves to entertainment such as Yankee and Mets games and shows including "Phantom of the Opera" and "Mamma Mia!."
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#16 Mar 11, 2013
Hunley, tell us what we all want to k ow. You talk about everyone else. Breceda, Garcia, Lozano, Marlen, tell us about you. 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

La Puente, CA

#20 Mar 12, 2013
Still hiding from the facts huh Hunley. Why won't you tell us about your criminal activity. You are worse then those you post about. Are you the pot or the kettle? Come on Hunley tell us Quit hiding. 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

#21 Mar 12, 2013
Rosy this is the only thing you need to know

just read the facts 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

#22 Mar 12, 2013
Hunley, besides spending time in jail in California, I'm getting reports you were spent time in jail while in the army before you were dishonorably discharged. Tell us why. That's what we want to know. 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

#23 Mar 12, 2013
Read the fact Rosy

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

#24 Mar 13, 2013
Still refusing to answer about yourself. Wow Hunley tell us about your violent criminal history. Tell us 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.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#26 Mar 13, 2013
Hunley, tell us about you. Why are you so scared ?
Car Parker

West Covina, CA

#27 Mar 13, 2013
Not scared Just stopping Mark Breceda from stealing public funds. The city bank account is not his.

Remember to sleep wart side up

Oh and here some facts for you to read

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."

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