Monday, September 26, 2016

Lack of Common Sense??: law enforcements use of funding

Lack of Common Sense??: law enforcements use of funding  SO I wrote this back in 2008 and I will post a link to another post on my blog I wrote back then and isn't it funny how I have NEVER Claimed to be a predictor of the future or a Medium.  But has anyone found out why the Gloucester Chief of police has been suspended???  Does anyone really care??  And look at the Evidence problem in Braintree.  I wrote a piece about the Gloucester PD's Evidence Locker needing an Audit and that was never done.  It should have been along with almost every police evidence locker within Essex County.  Because when the DA of a county is corrupt it is not possible for the Police Lockers within that County to be without Corrupted Evidence!!!  That is just  COMMON SENSE!!!!

Monday, June 1, 2009

Man found not guilty in death by drug patch

But Lezynski will go to prison for Fentanyl sale By Patrick AndersonStaff Writer
A Gloucester man, prosecutors accused of leaving an unconscious co-worker in a freezing car to die, was found not guilty of manslaughter yesterday in Lawrence Superior Court but will spend three to six years in prison for selling prescription painkillers.
Robert Lezynski was convicted of selling patches containing the prescription painkiller Fentanyl in 2004, according to the Essex County District Attorney's office. A jury unanimously rejected the prosecution's charge that the former Washington Street man was responsible for the death of a fellow Gloucester resident who died of an apparent drug overdose after an office Christmas party.
Richard Beaulier, 38, died after paramedics found him in cardiac arrest, unconscious and not breathing, in his car outside his Essex Street house on Dec. 17, 2004.
Investigators said Beaulier overdosed on Fentanyl contained in a patch designed for slow absorption through the skin that he apparently opened and ate.
After more than a year of inquiry, prosecutors said Lezynski, 43 at the time, sold his co-worker the drug for $50 and charged him with manslaughter.
According to police, Lezynski put Beaulier in Beaulier's car and drove him back to Essex Street, where he left the 38-year-old unconscious.
Lezynski called 911 and reported that Beaulier had stopped breathing, but rescuers did not arrive in time to save the man.
But the defense disputed that Lezynski sold Beaulier the Fentanyl patch and prosecutors were unable to convince a jury, which deliberated for six hours between Thursday and yesterday before ruling that Lezynski was not responsible for the death.
Rebecca Whitehill, Lezynski's attorney, said yesterday that the police version of events was not true, their work was sloppy and prosecution witnesses had not been credible.
If he had been convicted on the manslaughter charge, Lezynski would have faced a maximum of 20 years in prison.
Whitehill said she had not discussed a deal with prosecutors because Lezynski "had no interest in pleading to a crime he didn't commit."
On the conviction for possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, prosecutors had recommended a sentence of six to eight years in prison, but Judge Richard Welch handed down a sentence for Lezynski of three to six years.
He will serve the time in Walpole State Prison.
Patrick Anderson may be contacted at panderson@gloucestetimes.com.


Gee I wonder who requested the change of venue on this case and WHY? Is it perhaps because the identity of the un-named woman that defense Attorney Whitehill mentioned in the first trial, was actually the prosecutions key witness, an informant for the Gloucester PD? How about it interim chief of Gloucester Police, Lt. Michael Lane? If the identity of this woman had been made public would other citizens of Gloucester come forward and tell how that woman was directly involved in the overdose death of a loved one? Do you think maybe your key witness would have been identified as a serial drug dealer/killer? Did the prosecution ask for this case to be transferred to Lawrence Superior Court because an outside source in the performance of a private investigation began to get too close to exposing the truth of just how sloppy and legally questionable the police investigation was in this case and other overdose cases that were not properly investigated? Perhaps this out side investigation would have brought forth publicly just how guilty and criminal the Gloucester Police investigators and their informants have acted in the investigation of this case and the lack of investigation into suspicious overdose deaths???? Lt Lane I want you and ADA Dawley to know that the end of this case will not end the private investigations into the criminal acts committed to protect a police informant that is guilty of intentionally causing the death of at least 3 individuals using illegal street drugs to fatally poisoning those individuals. I also want to inform the citizens of Gloucester that have lost a loved one to a fatal drug overdose. Any and every death, even drug overdose deaths are subject to a complete criminal investigation. An overdose death is considered a poisoning, and only after a full and complete inquiry and investigation of the death which also includes the ME’s findings from autopsy, should the death be declared as an accidental overdose. The investigation and inquiries in an unexpected/unattended death under MGL are to be done by the special State Police investigators assigned to the county District Attorney’s office in conjunction with the local police departments. And all deaths that are unattended/unexpected are considered suspicious by nature and must be completely and thoroughly investigated. The citizens of Gloucester should know that this has not happened in any of the cases where the cause of death is listed as an accidental overdose. And that is the reason why no one is held accountable for those deaths. Even when a person is intentionally poisoned which leads to their death. And the killer uses an illegal street drug to fatally poison their victim. That is Murder! But when the Essex County State Police and the Gloucester Police fail or refuse to follow the MGL pertaining to an unattended/unexpected death then a Murderer is never stopped. And this scenario is exactly what has happened in Gloucester! A murder is free to continue to sell illegal drugs and if by chance this drug dealer decides that someone needs to die! Well, that really isn’t a problem. After all the death will just be listed as JUST ANOTHER ACCIDENTAL FATAL OVERDOSE in Gloucester.

I would like to extend an invitation to the family of MR Richard Beaulier to contact me regarding the handling of this case, or the mis-handling of this case. If you would like to contact me please do so through my DISQUS account by clicking on my screen name of Questions.

Monday, November 10, 2008

short response to Welfare bashing

Back in 1986, I returned from Keflavik Icelend. I was living and Working on the Naval base as a (god i hate this term) Dependant wife of an active duty member! ( I had also done my time in the service previous to having moved to Iceland. I was in the Marines then the Navy.) Anyway, I returned because my husband at the time Kidnapped our son and hid him some where near Chicago. The idiots that he worked with had helped him. (and don't think those idiots didn't pay a big price (isolated duty transfer) for giving this assistance) But no matter the short of it all was, returning to this country (no cost to fly back to the US, had to pay my own way to get back to my home state of Massachusetts) Broke. Had to find my son, get him back from that soon to be Xhusband, get Massachusetts to take Jurisdiction of the matter, during a time when most states were not sure if the 1968 uniform child custody act covered parental kidnapping especially if the act happened while the parents were still legally married and or if the act occurred outside of the United States. I also was just plain crazy and had I physically been present when my soon to be X returned to the base without our only child, I would have killed him without hesitation. The wonderful Doctors at the Naval Hospital tried to dope me up on several shots of Valium!!! Didn't come close to relieving the madness that had taken over my whole being. Anyway getting back to the whole point of this post. When I was in the service and working for the Feds earning well over 50,000.00 a year. Never saving a cent (spent all on spoiling child....lessons learned later) I voted for Regan!!! Then I returned to this country and had reality jump up and bite me in the ASS! No money, one sister in area in a abusive marriage without hope of getting out because he had all control over the money. (snorting it all up his nose!) I really had to change my get "get a JOB you Welfare Pig" attitude. I myself ended up applying for housing, Got a job, got fired because finding my son was interfering with working, ended up collecting unemployment. Had to support my sister and her two young boys, help her out of that abusive marriage, get my son back, and took a big social stand on Woman and Children living in Poverty. Spoke out publicly about the Welfare trap, the financial disparity between husband and wife when divorce happens. Testified on Beacon hill about Dead Beat PARENTS!!!! And let me tell those of you that think the majority of people on Welfare want to stay there! You are very wrong, I have worked since I was 13 years old, and began paying taxes at 16. I served my country on active duty for just over 6 years from 1977 to 1984. Never in a million years did I ever think I would have to collect welfare or live in low income housing. But that is just what ended up happening from 1986 to 1990. And I was humbled by those events, and I learned some life long lessons that I know i honestly needed to learn. My narrow mind grew and I am better for that. And I am forever grateful that when I needed help such as Welfare, food stamps and low income housing it was there. now this all happened between 1986 to 1990 for me. And socially I see certain economical events that were happening back then happening now. Increase unemployment, increase homelessness, increase in the number of families living at or below the Federal Poverty level. There is an increase in domestic violence, drug and alcohol abuse, and crime. Feels like we are all going back in time. I now live as a middle class family, but I constantly worry about dropping down to just above the poverty level. I have home security, and a decent financial situation that is not at this point affected by the blunders on wall street. But I know there are some things in my life that one cannot predict the financial cost. I still have a 13 year old at home and in school. So I guess the point I am making is that no one should judge another until they have walked a lifetime in their steps.

response to lets talk sense G Times News

yes! lets all Thank God our Government realizes that US commercial fishermen are destroying everything in the ocean. And while we're at it we can all sleep better at night knowing that big oil companies are providing homes for all those homeless fish out in the oceans with every offshore platform built on the ocean! (bet a lot of people didn't know there was a homeless fish problem in the oceans! One of the many stupid reasons given by oil companies as to why building offshore oil platforms is an actual benefit to fish ad other marine life. Oil drilling platforms create habitats for fish!) And what planet are you living on, there most certainly are swordfish. Below are two paragraphs taken from the most up to date NOAA FishWatch and the NMFS as it pertains to the North Atlantic Swordfish. "2006 – October stock assessment estimates that biomass of North Atlantic swordfish is approximately 99% of BMSY" "2007 – U.S. regulations are amended implementing two recommendations from ICCAT; establishes baseline quotas and sets caps on the carryover of underharvests; facilitates the transfer of 15% of the North Atlantic swordfish baseline quota into the reserve category, which would allow it to be transferred to other ICCAT parties with quota allocations; also establishes an option for website catch reporting in the angling and charter/headboat groups"So tell me PLEASE!!! just what is the NOAA and NMFS reporting about in this official report?