Friday, August 6, 2010

Notaro vs Spitzberg- less long version of the police never came not to mention that despite all of notaros version Mark Flanagan now says he wasn't there

Hi non tortfeasors and tortfeasors,

I'm trying to make this case more manageable. Were the police called on April 12 2008? as all Notaro cronies insist. and, as now the court of appeals agrees with as Spitzberg is illegally jailed for the oral hearing.


Scroll some to see that they were not called. There was no reason for them to be called.

why didn't John Gregozek ask anyone before causing 2 years of waste and misery for tons of people. Why would Martin Boags only begin to investigate a year and a half after the charge was filed. The matter was now moved due to his competency ploy and so why is Martin Boags now asking for these reports. Jennifer Waxler repeatedly tells any judge she can that she is working closely with the Threat Management Unit on this case and so why don't they just get John Gregozek to fax this info or the info from All other dats. Why because Gregozek has pulled a hoax and he never lifted a finger in good faith. He did it all because he doesn't want to work for a living.

What the appeal judges say, because they truly must just be corrupt. Infamy for them.

Spitzberg left the club before the police officers arrived. According to Spitzberg, Largo's owner and another man at the back door were abusive to her and her sister, and they returned their insults. Spitzberg denied screaming or using obscenities.





Spitzberg pounded on the doors and yelled, “where gonna get that fucking dyke!” Security kept the doors closed for over an hour.

















Griffees statement to Martin Boags, prosecutor in February 0f 2010

 Defendant verbally abused the witness, who called the police. The police eventually came, but defendant had apparently left.










Griffees statement to Martin Boags, prosecutor:
Defendant verbally abused the witness, who called the police. The police eventually came, but defendant had apparently left.







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