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Tuesday, June 13, 2017
KEEP VIOLENT ED FINN OUT OF ELECTION 2017
996,111 @ 12:O8 AM 6/13/17 3,889 TO ONE MILLION PAGE VIEWS ELECTION CYCLE 2017
TUESDAY THE THIRTEENTH
AN UNLUCKY DAY FOR MEDFORD RESIDENTS WITH EDWARD P, FINN AND HIS FOUL HANDS TOUCHING THE BALLOTS AND THE ELECTION THIS YEAR AFTER THAT DIRTY RAT WAS INVOLVED IN THE HIGHLY SUSPICIOUS ELECTION OF 2015
FRIENDS, ROMANS, COUNTRYMEN AND MEDFORD RESIDENTS. THAT SON OF A BITCH ED FINN IS A VIOLENT THUG. DO NOT LET HIS DIRTY, FILTHY FINGERS TOUCH ELECTION 2017.
So much for Politics and Religion - Edward P. Finn is a violent thug who has no right touching ANYONE'S vote. The enraged "city clerk" had the police hush up his crime in the same fashion as Police Chief Sacco's son NEVER got a sobriety test when he was pulled over for alleged DUI. You want this garbage to continue in 2018 ? They cheat the voters with sleight of hand and scurrilous tactics. Ed Finn, ex-football player, violently yelled and chest bumped a senior citizen on or about June 16, 2015. Finn had no right to even BE in the conversation because I was talking to Richie the videographer. Finn butted in, got violent, and on a witness stand on January 31, 2017 council president Rick Caraviello, who was defeatede in the case, admitted that Finn had engaged in a yelling incident. There you have it. His good friend Caraviello threw him under the bus and finally told some of the truth, under oath, in a court of law, 1/31/17'
Ancient Greece had a city secretary who read official documents publicly. At the opening of a meeting, one of his first duties was to decree a curse upon anyone who should seek to deceive the people.
St. Paul and his followers during his missionary work in Persia (now Western Turkey) owed their safety to the action of a town clerk. As related in Acts 19:22-41, written in A.D. 58, the artisans of Ephesus who made the idols of the time, feared the effect cited a mob to seize tow of Paul’s followers. The town clerk, however, spoke out against this action and insisted that charges laid against these men had to be settled in the proper manner and before the proper authorities. There was no justification for riotous conduct. With that, he dispersed the crowd.