Saturday, September 29, 2012

Kangaroo Committee has been chosen

Per The Times Leader, The date of October 8, has been selected for a special committee of  King's hand picked bobbleheads (with the exception of one Councilman George) will meet to reaffirm that LAG Towing is the most respectful, honest, decent, hardworking towing contractor by which this Podunk City has ever had the good fortune of climbing into bed with.

In the August 1st Times Leader: Leo Glodzik testified in court it was common practice for him to keep records for a month, present them to the Wilkes-Barre Police Department if it had questions, and then destroy them.

“I didn’t see a need to keep them,” Glodzik said.

Glodzik’s testimony came at a two-hour hearing regarding documents the newspaper requested dating from April 2005 to July 2011.

Good God, I sure hope the Kangaroo Committee aren’t looking at any of the fictitious records Leo gave them from the time period Leo swore he didn’t maintain, or folks might wonder, was he lying under oath or is he falsifying document for the Kangaroo’s?

As the Kangaroo Committee sifts through (fictitious) records that LAG stated under oath in Lisa Gelb’s Courtroom “DO NOT exist", and dismiss VALID records such as those posted on Wake Up Wilkes Barre, and by customers who have contacted us stating they have been victim of LAG overcharging policy. I wonder how each Kangaroo will react.


Mayor Tom Leighton: Since the King has stated repeatedly that he has heard very few complaints (likely due to the fact that he’s either not listening, or his imperial guards aren’t letting folks in) it is beyond a doubt he will vote to keep his buddy, who we all know did nothing wrong. 

Unless you count not maintaining records, price gouging, outright lying to a judge & newspaper, theft of cars by not properly notifying owners of disposal, and unscrupulous like business policies as something wrong!

Police Chief Gerry Dessoye: Let’s hope the meeting is held before 9

Administrative Coordinator Drew Mc-Laugh-lin: With only a creative writing major, Drew will look to either the King or Leo for guidance.

Councilwoman Maureen Lavelle: Will sit in silence

Councilman Tony George: Will be the only honest voice in a crowded room, but not to worry Mr. George, one day when you pick up your newspaper, and see the headline (King, and Towing Shyster indicted) you will know with certainty that you did everything in your power to save our city.  

Wake Up Wilkes Barre

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  1. In the event the Committee meeting is open to the Public as it should be, will those who have been adversely affected by LAG's actions be allowed to speak, or will they just have to sit there and listen??

    1. By law they have to be public, said Melissa Melewsky, attorney for the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association.

    2. the public body must allow time for public comment during each meeting. [1]

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