Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Linden Municipal Judge Files Answer to Judiciary Complaint

Judge Louis M. J. DiLeo has filed his Answer to the Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct's Complaint against him.  See Judge DiLeo's Answer here.  To follow DiLeo's Answer, you will need to follow the Complaint, which you can find here.

There are a few things DiLeo's doesn't address in his Answer, such as why he conducted a trial without a prosecutor.  BTW, where was the prosecutor, a/k/a Senator Nicholas Scutari, that night?  Is Cheeques still open?  Anyway,  I find that not having a prosecutor present during the trial to be the most egregious conduct on the part of DiLeo, although I think the entire trial was run like a kangaroo court.

I would offer more comments, but why bother?  The fact of the matter is that DiLeo will most likely get off with a slap on the wrist, retire soon and he'll become a dependent of the taxpayers for the rest of his life.

There is no need for DiLeo to really explain himself.  Why should he? DiLeo has it made in the shade.  He knows it. DiLeo will receive more in annual pension payments then that of the average annual income of Linden taxpayers who will be footing the bill for DiLeo's pension for the rest of his life.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

When these pols get caught, there is a safety net built into the system that protects them and their pension! So their attitude is "oh crap, what a minor inconvenience".

Look at all those pols convicted of crimes while in office and you will find that most, if not all are still receiving their full pensions. What a gig!