Wednesday, February 28, 2018

CLIPGATE - EXPLOSIVE - ORIGINAL OWNER OF MAGAZINE ALLEGEDLY HAS IT BACK, ALLEGEDLY A COP TAKING A CLASS AT THE HIGH SCHOOL EXPLOSIVE

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EXPLOSIVE: CLIPGATE - original owner allegedly has the magazine...it was never thrown away rumor has it. RUMOR HAS IT one of the police academies had classes at the school. The gun owner lost the magazine, it was on the floor. It went up the chain. They took the photo (where DID that photo come from, you ask?) for IDENTIFICATION PURPOSES and got it back to the original owner. Allegedly Jake Edwards didn't throw it away, he took the hit because of all sorts of rumors on his private life and allegations of some of the female parents having "fun times with Jake..." ahem...Belson beat them at his own game last night with too many votes from Burke, VanDerKloot and the other members of the school committee allegedly not being honest with us, they get the parents and the students hysterical over nothing... remember, allegedly Burke has something on Belson, Belson allegedly has something on Burke (Varsity Coach, anyone?) this is the city where Dello Russo, Adam Knight and that obnoxious, overweight buffoon every bit as challenged as Adam Knight when it comes to diction, Richard F. Caraviello ...all playing the game, taking huge amounts of money for salaries, and keeping YOU dear servant, in the dark. MORE ABOUT THIS AS IT UNFOLDS


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Belson vs Spiderman as The Lizard...Globe, Patch

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BELSON LEAVING SCHOOL SYSTEM TO STAR AS THE LIZARD IN THE NEXT SPIDERMAN MOVIE

STEVE BERTORELLI GETS EATEN BY THE LIZARD IN THE FILM


Schools
Medford Superintendent To Retire Early
Roy Belson originally planned to retire in June but came to an agreement with the school committee following the McGlynn incident.
By Alex Newman, Patch Staff | Feb 28, 2018 6:59 am ET
According to the Boston Globe, the school committee accepted his early retirement in a 5-2 vote. The agreement stipulates that any district decisions made until then must pass through the school committee, the Globe reported.

Belson has said he was wrong not to report the magazine to the mayor and police chief after it was discovered Dec. 29. He told the crowd at Thursday's school committee meeting his mistake "will never happen again as long as I'm in this role."

McGlynn Principal Jake Edwards was placed on paid administrative leave last Thursday pending the outcome of an investigation into why the Dec. 29 discovery was first

https://patch.com/massachusetts/medford/medford-superintendent-retire-early

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MICHAEL MARKS BLASTS CORI CHECK

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councilor marks blasts CORI check for cable TV producers but not for people renting the school after CLIPGATE: the bullets/magazine found at the school because the chief of police is an incompetent egomaniac!
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HYPOCRITE MARK RUMLEY INSTALLED CORI CHECK TO CENSOR RESIDENTS AND TO PRY ON BACKGROUNDS OF POLITICIANS

letter #2


p.s. Michael Marks asked why he has to have a CORI check to go to the station, yet the renters of the school have full access with no CORI check  This is evidence that Mark Rumley's idea of censorship (and he was on the board of the censorship-driven Medford Community Cablevision, Inc.,) evidence that the highly convicted city solicitor is so thin-skinned that he needs road blocks to free speech so that his wrongful conduct is not address on Access TV.

The Cori Check and COMPLEX INDEMNIFICATION AGREEMENT must both go.

The Advisory Board needs to address this immediately.  It stands in the way of free speech and a free press.  See the court case Demarest vs. Athol/Orange, which I will use when I file the injunction on the mayor and Ben Brown.

Cable Advisory board needs to see their job not as a "gift," Yvette, but a responsibility to the community.

Enough with this thinking that a Cable Advisory Committee is a gift.  It is a job, and the citizens who have been cheated of access TV need to be respected; our money needs to be respected.

More to come.

Regards

JV
   
letter #1
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 12:42 AM
Subject: Att: Cable Advisory: Awful Audio: Medford School Committee 2-27-18


Lauren Feltch
Medford City Hall
85 Geo. P. Hassett Drive
Medford MA 02155

Dear Ms. Feltch - please add me to the press release list from city hall.  The  mayor has no right to discriminate against senior citizens who do not praise her for every misstep that she makes.

To the three members of the Cable Advisory - I will hold your feet to the fire when it comes to the public access needs of this community.  

1)Terrible audio at the school committee cablecast tonight on the matter of Belson leaving the superintendent's office.  Since it is a matter of great public interest, an individual making $67,500.00 a year should be able to give us pristine audio or go back to school.   YOU< the Cable Advisory Committee, have an obligation to this community to step in and correct this bad situation.

Last night the audio of the announcement of Roy E. Belson's "resignation" was terrible.
This is not the first time that young TV3 station manager Ben Brown has messed up on audio.

2)At a city council meeting in 2017 held in Caron Auditorium Ben said that he didn't have time to "run back to the studio" to change the horrible audio.

Yet this speaker stood about  six to eight inches from the microphone and could be heard clearly.

Why didn't Ben Brown tell all the speakers to stand far enough away from the microphone to compensate for his failure to have good audio?  What kind of a "station manager" is he?  

Clearly, as bad as the previous young man hired by TV3, Dawn Natalia before him, Jason before her and "Big" Steve Marra.  For the amount of money we have paid these alleged "station managers" and the 1.2 million or so cable subscribers pony up for the general fund, we have been cheated by two mayors who loathe public access television; the former mayor with a phony cable advisory board.

Why didn't Ben Brown tell the speakers to stand away from the microphone rather than telling me he didn't have time to "run back to the studio?"  (Duh!) Simple: the inexperienced and arrogant young man takes our money but does not have the years that it takes to operate a station for a municipality the size of Medford.   

Like Mayor Burke, Ben Brown is out of his depth 

Medford Cable subscribers are ripped off again because the one qualification Ben Brown does have is one that is not needed for public access TV: he does the bidding of the woefully unqualified "issuing authority, Mayor Stephanie Muccini-Burke.

The Cable Advisory Board needs to address these issues; it also needs to see the conflict with Muccini-Burke being the "issuing authority" and advise her to stop with the conflicts of interest.

The First Amendment trumps Muccini-Burke's hijacking of community media so that it serves the pleasure of the mayor and not the community.

Ben Brown has a ghost town over there at the high school, the way a lazy person likes it.

Lauren, again - Please add my news organization to the list for receiving press releases. 

I am especially interested in meetings of the Cable Advisory Board.   
Mayor Burke discriminates against me and that is not fair. 

Sincerely,

Joe Viglione  



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Tuesday, February 27, 2018

The Failure of Roy Belson and Chief Sacco in CLIPGATE magnified by Vermont arrest: Fair Haven school shooting plot suspect kept journal of plans

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The Failure of Roy Belson and Chief Sacco in CLIPGATE magnified by Vermont arrest: Fair Haven school shooting plot suspect kept journal of plans

MONTPELIER – A Vermont teenager accused of planning “to shoot up” his former high school wrote in a diary he titled “Journal of an active shooter” that he had “big plans” to kill as many as he could....

https://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/story/news/local/vermont/2018/02/23/fair-haven-school-shooting-plot-suspect-kept-journal-plans/366713002/

Your New TOP 10 - Ben Brown ALLEGEDLY taking credit for my site Pushing the Video to Thousands of Hits

BEN BROWN AT TV3 IS TAKING CREDIT
ALLEGEDLY FOR OUR HARD WORK AND OUR READERS HITTING THE VIDEO