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#596679 --- 06/28/07 02:05 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: FXMOM]
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Originally Posted By: FXMOM
Originally Posted By: MidFingerLaker
Originally Posted By: FXMOM
Just remember...... this man has a family.


What the hell does that mean? Having a family is a license to be a grifter? I know those snotty kids had to be good for something!



You DID call his children a name.....


I was referring to children in general. I was being facetious. Look the word up. Until you improve your reading and writing skills to elementary school level, I don't think you should be bringing up other people's "IQ level."

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#596720 --- 06/28/07 02:35 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: Greymane]
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Well said Festus!! Greymane.....if he did, don't you think that he would have been arrested for it? Why would you even say something like that? DUH!!!

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#596728 --- 06/28/07 02:39 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: FXMOM]
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Um, I do know what a "grifter" is. You are not superior. You did call his children "snotty". AND I did notice that you hide behind many names on here. When you noticed, you changed it quick, didn't you?

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#596745 --- 06/28/07 02:49 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: FXMOM]
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Don't you have anything better to do with your life than defend people who break the law. Since you want everyone to know you're a "mom", according to your logic I suppose that means you get to break the law too. People like you give parenthood a bad name.

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#596758 --- 06/28/07 03:02 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: MidFingerLaker]
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Your stupidity speaks for itself. Enough said.

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#596762 --- 06/28/07 03:07 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: FXMOM]
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It's too bad your objections to "name calling" don't extend to people who HAVEN'T broken the law.

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#596800 --- 06/28/07 03:40 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: FXMOM]
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Originally Posted By: FXMOM
Um, I do know what a "grifter" is. You are not superior. You did call his children "snotty". AND I did notice that you hide behind many names on here. When you noticed, you changed it quick, didn't you?
Could you be a bigger douchebag, FX?? Do us all a favor and shut up.

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#596807 --- 06/28/07 03:46 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: Jelloshot]
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Originally Posted By: FXMOM
He did not KEEP this $ for himself.


SO WHAT! He's GUILTY!



Yes, but not of stealing, as some seem to want to think.

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#596874 --- 06/28/07 05:23 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: ]
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All I wanted to do was to make people stop & think about what they are saying. There is another side to him, and a family behind this man, of whom absolutely did nothing wrong. Not only did you call him names, his children names, and insulte his wife, now you are calling me names. I am done.

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#596885 --- 06/28/07 05:46 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: Festus!
Yes, but not of stealing, as some seem to want to think.


He might not have been convicted of stealing but I'd say what he did pretty much constitutes stealing. Was money intended for one purpose put to use for another purpose, thus never arriving at it's intended destination as a result of his actions? Yes. That's stealing.

But no, he wasn't convicted of "stealing" or "theft" so I suppose we could double talk our way around what was done and categorize it as something else, even though that's just semantics.
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#596896 --- 06/28/07 06:01 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: Festus!
This charge came from Tunney's grand jury (read the FLT report). Tantillo's grand jury (investigating the SCSD and who knows what else) is still sitting.


Either way Festus, I don't think a grand jury takes part in any deal making process in any case before it...I may be wrong, but you write as though Tunneys' Grand Jury took part in ABs deal with Tunney. I'm saying, No grand jury, anywhere or any place takes part in any process of a "Deal" Its a "Lawyers Only" thing to do.
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#597655 --- 06/29/07 08:24 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: Bonehead]
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14-102. Statements of campaign receipts, contributions, transfers
and expenditures to and by political committees.
1. The treasurer of every political committee which, or any officer,
member or agent of any such committee who, in connection with any election,
receives or expends any money or other valuable thing or incurs any liability to
pay money or its equivalent shall file statements sworn, or subscribed and
bearing a form notice that false statements made therein are punishable as a
class A misdemeanor pursuant to section 210.45 of the penal law, at the times
prescribed by this article setting forth all the receipts, contributions to and the
expenditures by and liabilities of the committee, and of its officers, members
and agents in its behalf. Such statements shall include the dollar amount of any
receipt, contribution or transfer, or the fair market value of any receipt,
contribution or transfer, which is other than of money, the name and address of
the transferor, contributor or person from whom received, and if the transferor,
contributor or person is a political committee; the name of and the political unit
represented by the committee, the date of its receipt, the dollar amount of every
expenditure, the name and address of the person to whom it was made or the
name of and the political unit represented by the committee to which it was
made and the date thereof, and shall state clearly the purpose of such
expenditure. Any statement reporting a loan shall have attached to it a copy of
the evidence of indebtedness. Expenditures in sums under fifty dollars need not
be specifically accounted for by separate items in said statements, and receipts
and contributions aggregating not more than ninety-nine dollars, from any one
contributor need not be specifically accounted for by separate items in said
statements, provided however, that such expenditures, receipts and
contributions shall be subject to the other provisions of section 14-118 of this
article.
CAMPAIGN

Is this what Angelo didn't do? Hmmm. If so,Why wouldn't he want to follow this law?


Edited by Bonehead (06/29/07 08:28 PM)
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#597900 --- 06/30/07 06:27 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: Bonehead]
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I like to read the grand jury report in its entirety.

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#597918 --- 06/30/07 07:44 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: Festus!
I like to read the grand jury report in its entirety.


Where you been Festus? I did all but put a worm on it for ya. No report. Public Info. Go to http://www.elections.state.ny.us/portal/page?_pageid=35,1,35_8617&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL. Research it for yourself. Even tells you its a Class A Misd. Thats how I found it. Also check Sec.14-118. Tells you all about the Tracking the Cash.
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#597919 --- 06/30/07 07:48 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: Bonehead]
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A Grand Jury issues written findings, report, indictment - call it what you will. What you cited is a law. I want to know what the grand jury actually said.

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#597920 --- 06/30/07 07:49 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: Festus!
I like to read the grand jury report in its entirety.



Well..do you think this fite his crime or not?
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#597921 --- 06/30/07 07:50 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: Bonehead]
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It sounds like what he pled to, but was it the only wrongdoing that the grand jury found? Was Bianchi the only person the Grand Jury had a finding on?

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#597923 --- 06/30/07 07:54 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: Festus!
A Grand Jury issues written findings, report, indictment - call it what you will. What you cited is a law. I want to know what the grand jury actually said.


Why would the Grand Jury report on a "Deal". Do you think a Grand Jury has a say...?
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#597924 --- 06/30/07 07:56 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: Bonehead]
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You are thick, aren't you.

I want to see the Grand Juries findings, not Tunney's "deal".
What charges were actually handed up by the Grand Jury, not the resultant plea.

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#597928 --- 06/30/07 08:11 PM Re: Angelo Bianchi Arrested, Pleads Guilty [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: Festus!
You are thick, aren't you.

I want to see the Grand Juries findings, not Tunney's "deal".
What charges were actually handed up by the Grand Jury, not the resultant plea.


Calm down you old cus...do you think it got that far? What if panic set in when he was served his subpeona and called his lawyer who then called Tunney and started a DEAL
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