matt sullivan
Honda Guy

Hartford, CT

#21 Mar 16, 2010
Gone wrote:
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He got fired. He didn't make it to 20 years. He is getting absolutely no money from the state. Once he was fired his sick time and vacation time are gone. It is my understanding that if he is able to collect anything at all from the state retirement then it's not till he gets to be 55 or something like that. Then it's only a fraction of what it would have been had he made it to 20 years.You really should wonder where the money is coming from.
as must as I'd like to agree with you, I think unfortunately what ever he "EARNED" (vacation/sick) he keeps. As far as getting his full pension, you're right, he won't get the FULL pension, but he can draw something when he reaches 55. In the mean time, where is his money coming from? Stinks a little fishy
Tubby ORourke

Canastota, NY

#22 Mar 21, 2010
Outgoing president of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick stated that Matt got a raw deal during his St Patricks party speech. Matt also got to speak and induct the new president,There were some uncomfortable moments.
Devin

Fayetteville, NY

#23 Mar 21, 2010
Tubby ORourke wrote:
Outgoing president of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick stated that Matt got a raw deal during his St Patricks party speech. Matt also got to speak and induct the new president,There were some uncomfortable moments.
Just being there listening to that stupid drivel makes it "uncomfortable". And we know it's all about Matt still right? Gawd this place is so fkn pathetic if this is all you've got to do. Sheesh!

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#24 Mar 21, 2010
i heard he is a Wal-mart greeter
Really

Chittenango, NY

#25 Mar 21, 2010
The only thing uncomfortable was the fact that someone finally said the truth.

It was not all about Matt but speaking the truth. Matt made a mistake and others made it a witch hurt!

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Since: Sep 09

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#26 Mar 21, 2010
Really wrote:
The only thing uncomfortable was the fact that someone finally said the truth.
It was not all about Matt but speaking the truth. Matt made a mistake and others made it a witch hurt!
people should just let go of it and move on-he has put alot of work into organizing hte irish festival and truely did a great job.personally i think he is a nice guy-i never had a prob with him. it is really to bad about what happened.
Yeah

Canastota, NY

#27 Mar 21, 2010
CNY cafe wrote:
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people should just let go of it and move on-he has put alot of work into organizing hte irish festival and truely did a great job.personally i think he is a nice guy-i never had a prob with him. it is really to bad about what happened.
How do you feel sorry for him? He brought everything on himmself. He was a drunk bully with a badge. He didn't get a raw deal. He got a sweet deal from the judge. The paper went overboard with their personal attacks but like it or not he was a public figure that was entrusted to hold himself to a higher standard. To this day he has not accepted any responsibility for his actions. Imagine when he gets his hands on his "own" bar!
Mommia Mia

Oneida, NY

#28 Mar 22, 2010
Yeah wrote:
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How do you feel sorry for him? He brought everything on himmself. He was a drunk bully with a badge. He didn't get a raw deal. He got a sweet deal from the judge. The paper went overboard with their personal attacks but like it or not he was a public figure that was entrusted to hold himself to a higher standard. To this day he has not accepted any responsibility for his actions. Imagine when he gets his hands on his "own" bar!
Does the entrusted public figure thing hold true to cheating cops? You know, cheating on the wife and everyone knows and jokes and laughs about it. The other woman being married as well and both have kids, small community about 3,500 people. Shouldn't he be held accountable and booted out of the department?
yo honda

Manlius, NY

#29 Mar 22, 2010
you are wrong, he got fired, gets nothing, not at 55 or ever. if he would have resigned he would have got partial once he hit 55. he gets nothing because unlike other state workers, troopers never pay a dime into their retirement, thus, they wont ever get anything if fired. Any other state worker would because they pay into the system for first 10 years. Also, he loses any and all sick time and vacation time he had. Besides, he would have used it while he was suspended without pay. (which he was for about 6 weeks)
YO HONDA U R AN ASS

Manlius, NY

#30 Mar 22, 2010
1) He will receive his pension when he's 55. He does not lose it by being fired.
2) Sick leave accruals left on the books will be use in retirement to pay for health insurance.
3) Vacation left on the books is paid to him upon termination.
4) If you are on unpaid leave you do not use your accrals that would make it PAID leave.
Bosnian From Utica

San Mateo, CA

#31 Mar 22, 2010
I Think wrote:
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Well the video seals it. Once again your convicting somebody on 'what if'. Unless your physic and can tell us all when this is supposedly suppose to happen, relax. Imagine if he never breaks the law again? What the hell are you going to bitch about next? You can't sit there and wait for him to screw up again but I would imagine (maybe not) you have better things to do.
True, can't convince someone based on "what if's" and what not but would you still feel the same if a drunk driver killed or disabled your child? Matt or no Matt, drunk driving should be prosecuted to the maximim and trated as felony without a possibility to be plead down.
This morning l met with a dad who's child is permanently disabled in a DWI accident caused by a Bosnian guy, currently serving 7 years for his second DWI, which caused this child to be disabled for the rest of his life!
Had he been smacked right the first time, maybe there wouldn't have been the second DWI and this child could have had a normal childhood and life.
That's what some people on here are talking about when mentioning "what if's".
Bosnian From Utica

San Mateo, CA

#32 Mar 22, 2010
I meant "convict".
Here Here

Canastota, NY

#33 Mar 22, 2010
Bosnian From Utica wrote:
<quoted text>True, can't convince someone based on "what if's" and what not but would you still feel the same if a drunk driver killed or disabled your child? Matt or no Matt, drunk driving should be prosecuted to the maximim and trated as felony without a possibility to be plead down.
This morning l met with a dad who's child is permanently disabled in a DWI accident caused by a Bosnian guy, currently serving 7 years for his second DWI, which caused this child to be disabled for the rest of his life!
Had he been smacked right the first time, maybe there wouldn't have been the second DWI and this child could have had a normal childhood and life.
That's what some people on here are talking about when mentioning "what if's".
Very well put!!
to YO HONDA UR AN ASS

Manlius, NY

#34 Mar 22, 2010
dude, you are so wrong. I AM A STATE TROOPER! HE GETS NOTHING, I didnt like him when he was on the job, and dont now, doesnt change the facts, Trust me I know.
to YO HONDA UR AN ASS

Manlius, NY

#35 Mar 22, 2010
oh by the way....Paid leave is when you get you regular check withouth drawing on your sick leave, if you go out on unpaid, then you can draw them. YOU KNOW NOTHING!
thanks for your honest

Oneida, NY

#36 Mar 22, 2010
to YO HONDA UR AN ASS wrote:
dude, you are so wrong. I AM A STATE TROOPER! HE GETS NOTHING, I didnt like him when he was on the job, and dont now, doesnt change the facts, Trust me I know.
thanks for your honesty.
also there was a woman going to pull out in front of the chase at the lights just before the hill in barneveld and but for a few seconds of delay she could have been an additional bad act.
Guess Not

Jamesville, NY

#37 Mar 22, 2010
Doesn't sound like too many troopers liked this guy. If he had friends he would be like the Utica cop getting covered up...
NO NO

Manlius, NY

#38 Mar 22, 2010
When you've been placed on unpaid it's unpaid.
IF he was using accurals then he'd still be earning retirement credit and would have hit his 20.
Taxpayer

Middleville, NY

#39 Mar 22, 2010
Hey trooper thanks for your comments regarding payroll. The problem with you troopers is you always have to be right. The state police has enough problems lately. We as taxpayers although we appreciate your opinion, you need to brush up on your typing etiquette and control your temper on and off the job. Temper, Temper it appears you have a serious problem, you need some serious help my friend. Get it soon.
Trust Me

Manlius, NY

#40 Mar 22, 2010
Thats funny, a trooper saying "Trust Me" just because he's a trooper. HEY TROOPER--HOW ABOUT YOU EARN IT???YOU KNOW NOTHING EXCEPT YELLING AND BULLYING PEOPLE. Get some help with that superior attitude and anger management, you need it. TRUST ME.

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