Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Letter to Chief Sacco 8:42 PM April 29, 2015

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Police Chief Sacco
100 Main St
Medford, MA 02155
Dear Chief Sacco:

Pursuant to MGL 265, Chapter 37, this complaint is now filed with you on Paul A. Camuso, Adam Knight and Frederick N. Dello Russo, Jr.

Mass General Laws defines an elder person in this fashion:

“Elder”, a person sixty years of age or older.

That makes you, Chief Sacco, myself, the senior member of the City Council and Bob Skerry on the school committee a protected group that should not have to have our constitutional rights interfered with pursuant to MGL 265, Chapter 37 (see below, bottom of e mail, also here:

The way three members of the council gang up on the senior member of the council is troubling; that isn't politics, it borders on political harassment.  It is absolutely an infringement on a senior councilors First Amendment rights, and after Mr. Camuso congratulated Adam Knight and Fred Dello Russo, Jr. last night in their intentional inhibiting of free speech at "the people's forum" it was obvious that they orchestrated the limitations on political speech.

For example, I was speaking under a suspension of the rules; once again the unprepared rookie councilor, Adam Knight, asked the Council President to PUT RULES IN PLACE to limit free speech while there were no rules.

This was censorship by an unqualified hack, Mr. Knight, who voted for his own pay raise three weeks in, and - if you look at the Council Agendas filed over the past two years, has done just about zero work on behalf of the citizens Knight interferes with while citizens are speaking up.

Do you wonder, Chief Sacco, why Alden Chambers is empty week after week, and why Winchester has hundreds of people flood the auditorium (at least on the night I videotaped for the town of Winchester's access station.)

Camuso, Knight and Dello Russo are "scare crows" designed to show citizens by their wrongful conduct what a resident/taxpayer will face if those three bullies don't like the topic (usually any topic not supported by Michael J. mcGlynn gets eviscerated by those three individuals.)

When Mr. Camuso e mails my home on Christmas to harass me and when his employer, Peter Koutoujian, fails to make good on cleaning up the mess disgraced sheriff Jimmy DiPaola left behind, the city is stuck with an overpriced threat to public safety, Paul A. Camuso.

Knight, Camuso and Dello Russo are detrimental to a free society; free speech is infected with a virus, much like a computer, and you don't call Sophos or Kaspersky when the viruses are three allegedly unbalanced and allegedly, quite possibly, emotionally disturbed individuals.

The residents aren't aware of public figure Camuso's background and history. As police chief we are asking you to make public a background check on Paul A. Camuso as the allegations are stunning, and chilling.  As Camuso has done CORI checks on so many cab drivers, don't the cab drivers need to see the CORI on the person who is looking at their personal information?  Given the whispers about Camuso's past, alleged to be dark and scary, why would a reprobate like Camuso be privy to the CORI reports of so many cab drivers?

Mr. Camuso admits he goes to Alcoholics Anonymous, forgetting that the word "Anonymous" is as vital as the word "alcoholic."  There are troubling allegations that alcohol wasn't the only substance abused by the long-time councilor, and that his mean streak (a pure violation of Step 8 in the AA 12 Step Program) is part of whatever disorder Camuso suffers from.

As police chief you should certainly be concerned when an elected official:

a)claims in March or April that he is not running for reelection. What's the point?  Why not wait until June when papers are to be pulled?

b)Branding himself a lame duck as certainly as he branded himself an "alcoholic" the citizens each week have to deal with what appears to be a vicious dry drunk.

Chapter 265 of Mass General Laws, Section  37, Violations of constitutional rights; punishment

Section 37. No person, whether or not acting under color of law, shall by force or threat of force, willfully injure, intimidate or interfere with, or attempt to injure, intimidate or interfere with, or oppress or threaten any other person in the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege secured to him by the constitution or laws of the commonwealth or by the constitution or laws of the United States. Any person convicted of violating this provision shall be fined not more than one thousand dollars or imprisoned not more than one year or both; and if bodily injury results, shall be punished by a fine of not more than ten thousand dollars or by imprisonment for not more than ten years, or both.

This citizen expects to speak about the Chevalier Theater and Community Media next week, on May 5, 2015.
I expect the police to alert Camuso, Dello Russo and Knight that if they start their "point of information" stunts and sleight of hand, that they could be held accountable by the Medford police for engaging in that molestation of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Enough is enough. The Mayor is a lame duck, Ms. Stephanie Burke is a lame duck, and Paul Camuso made himself a lame duck. Can they do this community a favor and step down so that Medford can have some peace and quiet.

That Paul Camuso is the most disruptive individual since Gary Zappelli and Matt Page Lieberman and a third accomplice harassed the city council April 26, 2010 goes without saying.  Remember in January of 2014 when Camuso wanted a police presence - only to attempt to embarrass members of the public if Camuso, as Council President, wanted to rip the Constitution to shreds.  We all remember that ugly moment in Medford history.

Please inform the three individuals noted above that you will not tolerate their violations of the Constitution and their interference in a citizen's right to speak.

Mark Rumley is CC:'d above as I know our City Solicitor finds the activities by Dello Russo, Knight and Camuso "repugnant."


MARK RUMLEY SPEECH November 15, 2008
in Medford Mercury on or about November 16, 2008

City Solicitor Mark E. Rumley / Medford Daily Mercuryon or about Nov. 16, 2008 (quoted from the 2nd Judge Jackson-Thompson hearing) saying:

“The one sentiment that I have heard that I take great exception to is that the city is trying to limit speech,” said Rumley. “The notion the city would censor or squelch free speech is baseless and as city solicitor I would find any such effort repugnant.”