Re: Margaret LaForest response to M.G.L. c. 66, § 10: She withheld a crucial FEMA email to James Berlo
Yesterday at 9:51 PM
From Christopher King
Mr. Timmins, Also it has occurred to me that this has the taste, feel and smell of a RICO violation. We've got several individual actors conspiring to deprive Mr. Berlo of a Constitutionally-protected right and at least one of them knowingly withholding a crucial email from FEMA that appears to be dispositive.
As such, it's not like Pelfresne, but something different. I am going to spend a little time on Lexis and likely approach the FBI as your client's answers continue to filter in. Because as you know, I'm not here to play around.
CHRISTOPHER KING, J.D.
more latitude to my reading. Please see the attached journal page and video and note that the email from you to Ms. LaForest never was sent to Mr. Berlo for some reason (perhaps she was too busy at both of her City Jobs) so I am taking the liberty to do that now, in this email three (3) years later.
Quincy Mayor Tom Koch is going to hate me just a little bit for stirring up yet more dirt in his town, but I have more than a working knowledge of zoning laws and corruption in Boston, Revere and Quincy MA. I've been a zoning manager who obtained zoning for wireless carriers in several areas of the country including the Greater Boston Area. In zoning we are always aware of SHPO, THPO and NEPA and FEMA issues. I've pulled countless building permits over the years.
Now In Boston I also documented false evidence like this magic bullet that allegedly landed there in the Dan Talbot police shooting and I obtained counsel for Joanna Marinova to obtain a $.6M Jury verdict and $900K settlement against the Boston Herald for Defamation. That all started after she was on my radio show five years ago.
And in Revere I exposed the fact that they put up a new housing complex on contaminated land that was not properly vetted so that the taxpayers never knew about the contamination before it was approved.
So we now come to Quincy, where I definitely see the potential for a lawsuit with substantial damages being awarded to homeowner James Berlo. I started by reporting on the first Quincy Road rage case that was on my radio show five years ago too, where the general press ignored the fact that there was cocaine in the car with Firefighter Joseph Fasano....which was not charged because it was "recreational cocaine."
Today in Quincy, Ward one City Councilor Margaret Laforest and her apparently best friend Inspection Services Director Jay Duca both told James Berlo on Quincy letterhead that he needs to obtain flood insurance before he can build on his historic home that he purchased in July 2012. Therefore this remains the critical component that has kept him from obtaining a Build Permit, and he has successfully built out a gutted home located at 2 Monument court in the City of Boston.
Meanwhile Mr. Berlo continues to get bogus threats on National Grid letter head when National Grid told him they would never issue such a letter. He claims there is no lawful reason for him to move his meter outside and this is just yet another hassle. Who's behind that? Mr. Berldo informs that it was Gary Stone the Supervisor at the Gas Co. that told him “You will be in Violation of the Department of Public Utilities” He telephoned the DPU and they said that’s absolutely not true and they don’t have that kind of Power.
Then again I have heard that Paul E. McCarthy the Town of Canton's only Inspector has been on the City of Quincy Payroll for over a dozen years making $90,000 a year working two hours a week as a City of Quincy Inspector Time will tell on all of this but something also tells me that once this issue hits the public airwaves and Mr. Berlo obtains counsel, this conduct will cease immediately. The only remaining question will be how to quantify his damages for living with 3 years of this abuse.
If any of them have a problem with this or think they want to have a go at me for Defamation just shoot me an email and I'll waive service so we can get right to it. But they won't do that because I'll get discovery on them and that will be even worse than the videos that I'm queuing up.
So that's it for now, but I'll be back. The other question of course, is whether Councilor Laforest will be back in the fall because if she is, I'll be paying her a visit with KingCast Mortgage Movies cameras. And perhaps some of these faces will be greeting Quincy taxpayers instead of the less than ideal personnel to whom we are accustomed.