The rats in the walls at Fullerton City Hall.


 

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Years back the 911 system needed some good fiber optic cable at the haunted house of horrors on Commonwealth installed. Well some good people put some good cable in those walls. Apart from the city workers warning the installers of the constant noises in the walls, no one in upper management ever took it seriously until the rats chewed through the cable and took down the 911 system.

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Of course instead of blaming the rats in the walls at city hall for the outage, the brass blamed the installers for doing shoddy work. Ladies and gentlemen, I have news for you. The rats are still there and especially in the police station.

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They run around behind the walls working their deeds in darkness gnawing away at the lifeline of Fullerton while the brass ignore the verminous activities that are blamed on the innocent, hard working and well intentioned.

The reason they never get caught is because they only set the traps outside the walls and let the rats inside the walls operate with impunity.

Think about this for a moment, who is in charge of policing the police?

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INTERNAL AFFAIRS OFFICER BONG SCHOEN in front of south Fullerton youth

Who is supposed to protect us from the traps they set for us that really should be sprung on them?

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FPD’S  DAN HUGHES

What is one to do when he or she is falsely accused, when the accuser and law enforcement have no physical or credible evidence and the entire prosecutorial apparatus of the municipal corporation and a majority of the elected officials are hell bent on trying to destroy an innocent man’s reputation and political career?  You stand your ground.

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But what happens when the system breaks the legs out from under the innocent?’

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KELLY THOMAS IN THE LAST SECONDS ON HIS FEET

What happens when the system fails even the most vulnerable?

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ALL THAT IS LEFT OF WHAT WAS ONCE A HUMAN LIFE

What happens when the very people we trust to keep us safe are the very ones who are the greatest threat to our safety?

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LOU PONSI FROM THE REGISTER CALLED THIS A CONFRONTATION AND AN ENCOUNTER WITH POLICE

Who is supposed to warn the public when agents of the state turn their weapons on the innocent?

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LOU PONSI

So who is standing in the way of a civilian police oversight commission in Fullerton as they keep trying to sell us out to the developers while the roads and water infrastructure lie in ruin as the police get away with murder?

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FITZGERALD AND FLORY both need to be thrown out in November

What recourse do we have when the system from the top down is corrupt and locked down? To quote one of my speeches at the Fullerton City Council. “There are three remedies as an American- there is the soap box which we have used, the ballot box which is next….. and I think you all know what the third box is.”  Joe Imbriano 8-2-11 Fullerton City Council Meeting. I have strong convictions as an American that are unwavering.

I AM RUNNING FOR OFFICE FOLKS. THAT IS WHAT YOU DO.

 

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FULLERTON CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE JOE IMBRIANO

Folks, you, your wife, your child, neighbor, dad, cousin, co worker or friend could be next. The more we tolerate, the more the rats in the walls will multiply, wreak havoc, chew through our lifelines, spread their filth and urinate and defecate all over where we live and breathe and all while you sleep. The murder rate in the United States was about 40 per million in 2011, the year Kelly Thomas was murdered by the Fullerton Police Department. There were a total of two murders in Fullerton during a 12 month period from 2011 -2012 and there were an additional two murders that I believe were committed by The Fullerton Police department in Fullerton during the same period. Here are the victims.

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Kelly Thomas

 

 

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Dean Gochenour supposedly killed himself in jail while the  FPD jailer destroyed his DAR device. FULLERTON POLICE OFFICER Vincent Thomas Mater allegedly smashed a digital audio recorder that is believed to have captured his conversations with a 52-year-old man who later committed suicide. Does this concern you? The guy is dead and the cop destroys the recording device? Are you kidding me?

In other words, the murder rate by the 100 member FULLERTON police department equaled that of the 140,000  people in the city. That translates to the fact that a Fullerton police officer is 1400 times more likely to murder you than a complete stranger! Fullerton is not what it used to be ladies and gentlemen and there are more problems than just the police killing and framing people.

Now we have even more rats in the walls at city hall rolling out phony conservative candidates like Larry Bennett who ran the anti recall campaign defending the murderous cops a few years back defending the old tax and spend RINO guard at city hall and who is clearly a police union goon who ran with Democrat police union good Doug Chaffee in the last election.

 

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He held hands with police union goon and pro development establishment hack Doug Chaffee

 

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And now he is holding hands with Fitzpringle  in the November election.

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Fullerton is well on its way to becoming an overdeveloped hell hole with third world roads run by people like Jencurt Fitzpringle who just can’t wait to rudely and disrespectfully squash public expression at meetings, give away generous raises to the police and fire departments when Fullerton is millions in the red,  deficit spending with busted up roads and water mains just so she can get re elected by the union endorsements so she can ram massive development projects of thousands of units for her bosses.

Jennifer Fitzgerald became Vice President of Curt Pringle & Associates only after her election to the council

Democrat in Republican clothing developer lobbyist Jennifer Fitzgerald= Vice President of Curt Pringle running round masquerading as our mayor

 This is what is in store for Fullerton ladies and gentlemen.

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The time for change in Fullerton is now. To hell with the phonies and damn the torpedoes. Fullerton is going fast. If you want to be lied to and be told everything is fine, then vote for Jennifer Fitzgerald and Larry Bennett. If you want to deal with reality and real solutions, I am your man.

 

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FOR YEARS FIGHTING CITY HALL CORRUPTION, INJUSTICE, MASSIVE DEVELOPMENT, FISCAL INSANITY AND STANDING UP FOR ALL OF OUR QUALITY OF LIFE, OUR RIGHTS, OUR FREEDOMS AND PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELL BEING.

JOE IMBRIANO 4 FULLERTON CITY COUNCIL 2016

STANDING UP FOR YOU AND YOURS EVEN WHEN NO ONE IS LOOKING

 

 

  1. #1 by Anonymous on July 29, 2016 - 8:20 am

    Joe, you are an amazing guy. I don’t live in Fullerton but I sure hope you win. The world needs more people like you. Too many people just follow the leader and it is almost always the wrong one.

    • #2 by Anonymous on July 29, 2016 - 10:34 am

      Yes, he’s amazing. Amazingly nuts.

  2. #3 by Anonymous on July 29, 2016 - 11:25 pm

    Hahahahahahaha!!!!
    If Imbriano gets more than 50 votes, I’d demand a recount.

  3. #5 by Reality Is... on July 30, 2016 - 9:21 pm

    Lol lol. You could be a comedian Joe. Really. You should try it.

    • #6 by Fullerton Lover on July 31, 2016 - 2:59 pm

      …this is the new normal that we’ve come to expect on a regular basis here in Fullerton.

      …more drunk drivers leaving Downtown Fullerton after a night of drinking and then running into and killing innocent and unsuspecting residents.

      Well done Jennifer Fitzgerald and Larry Bennett and the rest of those horses asses who populate the Fullerton Chamber of Commerce who promote this BS.

      http://www.ocregister.com/articles/fatal-724169-police-craig.html

      • #7 by Barry Levinson on July 31, 2016 - 5:04 pm

        Either the OC Register got ALL the facts wrong (not likely) or the FPD has some explaining to do as to why the driver of the Honda Civic was not arrested.

        The driver of the Honda who according to the FPD was driving under the influence, going southbound on the northbound lane of South Lemon Avenue was not arrested by the FPD after he hit a car head-on driving northbound in the northbound lane of Lemon Avenue. Why not? It seems you have multiple reasons to arrest the driver of the Honda.

        “It appears both drivers were under the influence of alcohol at the time of the collision,” Fullerton police Sgt. Jon Radus said. “The driver of the Lincoln was initially taken into custody on suspicion of drunk driving but was later released because investigators were looking into more details involving the crash,” he said.

        Let us review, the driver of the Lincoln who appeared to be under the influence but was driving on the right side of the road was initially taken into custody for the suspicion of being under the influence but later released. The driver of the Honda Civic who was also reportedly suspected by police to be under the influence and was driving southbound on the northbound lane of Lemon Avenue has not been arrested because the police are looking into the details of the fatal accident.

        They were both suspected of being under the influence according to the FPD on the scene but the one driving on the right side of the road was initially arrested but then released but the one under the influence and driving on the wrong side of the road resulting in a fatality and several others critically injured was never arrested.

        Does the actions of our FPD on the scene make any sense to anyone reading this story?

        Well you can thank our council majority in the 90’s for giving out all those liquor licenses in downtown Fullerton which turned a family oriented downtown into a drunken mess every weekend and ends up costing lives and millions of dollars in lost revenue based on all the overtime necessary to police our out of control downtown area.

        Do you ever get the idea that the people of Fullerton might be better off with no Fullerton City Council? One could certainly make a very strong case that our city council majorities have been doing a very poor job for many years.

        How about we start to make things right this November?

        • #8 by Fullerton Lover on July 31, 2016 - 9:29 pm

          “It appears both drivers were under the influence of alcohol at the time of the collision,” Fullerton police Sgt. Jon Radus said. “The driver of the Lincoln was initially taken into custody on suspicion of drunk driving but was later released because investigators were looking into more details involving the crash,” he said.

          Here are the questions that I believe the residents of Fullerton are entitled answered by the Fullerton police department when they investigate this tragic accident …

          1.) Which bar(s) in downtown Fullerton were still serving these drivers alcohol until they’re so wasted that they only were able to drive a few blocks before they’re driving the wrong way on a 45 MPH street like Lemon?

          2.) Which bartender or waitress in downtown Fullerton was still these drivers past the point of intoxication?

          Then charge the downtown Fullerton drinking establishments that served them in a civil suit, and the server and/or bartender with accessory to manslaughter in criminal court, and I’m sure that it would serve as a deterrent to others plying these kids with cheap drinks and then setting them loose on an unsuspecting and asleep populace.

        • #9 by Reality Is... on July 31, 2016 - 9:38 pm

          First off. Where does this incident have anything to do with downtown Fullerton bars? Or anything to do with selling alcohol in Fullerton? Thanks. I haven’t read the articles in detail but is it there or are you assuming?

          Next up. Yes DUI drivers get arrested often and released. Let me help you. This person is misdemeanor DUI because they didn’t cause the collision and didn’t cause the injuries due to their driving and being DUI. So let’s say they say no to a PAS and no to a breathalyzer. So they give blood. So they are booked for DUI and released within 48 hours because the DA won’t file the DUI yet because they have no evidence yet. They have to wait for blood. It happens like this all the time. Once the blood returns then they file and re arrest for issue a warrant. Make sense?

          Nice try on the Fullerton PD bashing though lol

          • #10 by Fullerton Lover on July 31, 2016 - 10:53 pm

            Where do you see me bashing the Fullerton PD in my post?

            I said that the police department needs to determine via interviews, receipts and video cameras exactly which bar and which server was responsible for serving these drivers last night?

            Any thing less is a disservice to the residents of Fullerton who expect their police officers to actively deter crime and criminal activity from re-occurring.

            Capiche?

            • #11 by Anonymous on August 1, 2016 - 12:28 am

              The article says that the driver of the Lincoln was released. It did not say he was charged with drunk driving. The other driver apparently was not charged with any crime. He only caused the death of one person and including himself put 3 people in the hospital in critical condition. I guess the FPD is waiting for Dan Hughes to conduct the investigation and write the police report like he did with Mr. Levinson. How many police reports do you think Dan Hughes has written since he became Police Chief. Let us count…. Barry Levinson…one and I guess that is it. However, we know according to Hughes himself that he can objective.

            • #12 by Reality Is... on August 1, 2016 - 12:40 pm

              I agree Lover. Barry bashed the FPD with accusatory questions. I clarified those. You bashed downtown Fullerton accusing them of over serving these drivers. I also addressed yours and Barry’s accusations in terms of those questions.

            • #13 by Reality Is..... on August 1, 2016 - 9:09 pm

              and like I said, what makes you think they don’t on every single occasion? I think the problem is you are assuming all alcohol related incidents and crashes in Fullerton all come from downtown.

              Another hint is that ABC also assists Fullerton PD and all PD’s on fatal investigations where they have leads to a bar or an establishment or liquor store that sold alcohol to someone drunk or too much from the beginning.

              These investigations takes months. Some 6 months. Some a year.

          • #15 by Fullerton Lover on July 31, 2016 - 11:27 pm

            …this fatal crash site is less than a block from Downtown Fullerton and the dozens of drinking establishments that fuel the endless party every weekend.

            http://abc7.com/news/1-killed-several-hurt-in-possible-dui-crash-in-fullerton/1450929/

            • #16 by Reality Is... on August 1, 2016 - 12:41 pm

              It’s entirely possible but pure speculation.

              • #17 by Fullerton Lover on August 1, 2016 - 4:59 pm

                Did you ever wonder to yourself why you have absolutely no problem with a towering and obese undercover cop shooting over 30 shots at a 19 year old kid whose worst offense was attending a car club rally…

                …yet you’ll argue till your blue in the face that the Fullerton PD is power less to investigate the root causes of these fatal accidents, and that it’s perfectly o.k. for the bars in Downtown Fullerton to repeatedly saturate our streets with drunken drivers, with absolutely no consequence?

                …sounds to me like the Fullerton PD is protecting the bar owners more than they are the public?

                • #18 by Reality Is..... on August 1, 2016 - 6:02 pm

                  LOL do you realize how stupid you sound sometimes?

                  You are the example of what is wrong with this country right now. People acting like they know what happened 5 minutes after it happens. Police shootings and everything else.

                  I feel anyone that drives a vehicle at a human should be shot immediately. I value the person’s life more being driven at than the driver of the vehicle making that decision in the first place. Cop or no cop.

                  2nd is, which really makes you sound like more of a moron than you are, do you realize you are saying that Fullerton PD is unable to complete an investigation less than 24 hours after it happened? Really? Do you have any clue the dynamics involved in a DUI fatal crash? Add that both parties are DUI how even more complex it gets? And let me educate you a little more. Not only do they have to reconstruct the entire crash, but they have to submit all samples to the lab which can take a few months to complete. Then to add even more factors on top of that, the DA has to file charges within 48 hours of the arrest and no one will file a DUI without the blood sample, sometimes with a PAS sample, but in complex cases not until the blood for the drugs as well. So they are almost always released pending all phases of the investigation.

                  But you say they can’t investigate the root causes within 24 hours. Wow. You continue to amaze me daily. I swear I think you are Joe or Barry. Daily you all show the same signs of dementia.

                  • #19 by Fullerton Lover on August 1, 2016 - 7:41 pm

                    Here’s a very simple question for a very simple mind…

                    Why doesn’t the Fullerton PD ever question the bar owner(s), bartenders, or the servers culpability in these fatal accidents involving alcohol as part of their investigation to determine the reason(s) that the crash occurred?

                    Comprendez Mendez?

                    • #20 by Joe Imbriano on August 1, 2016 - 8:30 pm

                      The only way to deal with the problem is through changes to the municipal code and direction from the council. Ask yourself these 2 question:

                      What has the council done to deal with the financial drain these bars are on the city’s coffers-sales tax revenue is dwarfed by law enforcement costs-

                      What has the council done to deal with the deaths and destruction this mafia of liquor peddlers creates every night of the week.

                    • #21 by Reality Is..... on August 1, 2016 - 8:56 pm

                      How about this one for you? Ready?

                      How do you know they don’t?

                      Ready? Go……

                    • #22 by Reality Is..... on August 1, 2016 - 8:57 pm

                      Joe. First you have to prove they are doing the things you accuse them of. Start there. Maybe you could do that report for them? Or is that the same type of thing as the last 10 years pay and benefits for police and fire for Fullerton that I keep asking for and it won’t match your agenda and accusations so why do it?

        • #23 by Reality Is... on July 31, 2016 - 9:42 pm

          And the driver in critical condition. They also take blood. They monitor him at the hospital and arrest him when he’s released. The other way to do it is arrest him for felony DUI now. But then Fullerton has to pay for his medical bills and also have an officer babysit him at the hospital 24/7 until he’s released. No point. Don’t book him and he’s pays his own medical bills and no cops have to be paid overtime to babysit for what could be months.

          Capiche?

  4. #24 by Anonymous on July 31, 2016 - 3:02 pm

    Of course, when Imbriano gets clobbered in the election, he’s just going to chalk it up to a conspiracy. That’s how Joe and his gas-bag pal Levinson roll. In their world, when something doesn’t go their way, it can only mean that the establishment is corrupt and is engaged in a conspiracy, which by the way, keeps growing and growing as more and more people and groups see them for the whack-a-doos that they are. Before long, the entire world will part of a vast conspiracy against Imbriano and Levinson. LOL! Gotta love it!

  5. #25 by Anonymous on July 31, 2016 - 7:16 pm

    Wow! Levinson’s level of ignorance and hatred for the police just shows that he is utterly pathetic figure, who seems to get more pathetic by the day.
    The article states that the driver of the Honda was taken to the hospital in critical condition!!!Just because he has not been arrested yet doesn’t mean he won’t be. He can still be arrested, moron!!! There may be many reasons why he was not placed under arrest. He may be close to death for all we know. They may have performed other toxicology tests at the hospital.
    As far as the driver of the Lincoln, it is quite routine to take a person into custody for a DUI and then release them hours later. Just because the person has been released, he may still face DUI charges. The police may also be investigating the possibility of other crimes in connection to the incident (narcotics, for example) and turn over the case to the DA, who may then file multiple charges for a variety of felonies.
    Nothing about the way this unfortunate incident was handled by the police is out of the ordinary. If the cops would have placed the driver of the Honda (you know, the driver who was in critical condition), under arrest, Levinson would on here blathering out the cops had no right to arrest him.
    Levinson, now you are just embarrassing yourself. And you wonder why Whitaker has distanced himself from you!

    • #26 by Joe Imbriano on July 31, 2016 - 10:34 pm

      Downtown is awash in drugs and liquor turning out killers behind the wheel that park in the parking structure the taxpayers paid handsomely to provide parking for. The liquor mafia downtown has had blood on their hands for years.

      Whitaker has distanced himself from being accountable and distanced himself from any semblance of reform. Whitaker has distanced himself from Barry Levinson because Whitaker is a coward. Whitaker is a 6 year running bag of wind who is nothing more than more of the same. He affects no change, and challenges nothing until it is dead on arrival. Perhaps we can apply pressure when the council majority changes and then he can begin to walk his talk.

      • #27 by Mat Caraffa on July 31, 2016 - 11:06 pm

        It’s not cowardly to distance yourself from a moron.

        • #28 by Joe Imbriano on August 1, 2016 - 7:38 am

          Tell us why cowardly Bruce fired Barry and then made up some BS excuse that he decided to feed into Kennedy’s establishment rag.

          • #29 by Anonymous on August 1, 2016 - 2:32 pm

            Are you unable to comprehend english words in a coherent sentence?

      • #30 by You Give Fullerton A Very Bad Name on August 1, 2016 - 6:45 am

        Anonymous and your friends have never uttered one bad word about 3 cops who got away with murder (of an innocent man as stated by your own Dan Hughes). Not one bad word. Totally innocent man is inhumanly beaten to death at the hands of 3 cops while 3 other cops arriving at the scene let it continue to happen. Then your FPD police trainer and the 2013 FPD Supervisor of the Year both testify that they did everything by the book. How can a totally innocent man get murdered by a brutal beating lasting many minutes by cops who are following the guidelines of the FPD training manual? How can that be? Therefore, following the convoluted logic of the FPD training officer any innocent person can be beaten to death by the FPD and those officers would never have to account for their actions.

        • #31 by A Fullerton Observer on August 1, 2016 - 11:47 am

          If I was the Fullerton Police Chief, I would fire the FPD training officer immediately. But observing how the FPD operates, you can more likely expect the training officer to be promoted for his misbegotten loyalty.

          I have also observed that not one member of the current city council speaks out on these huge problems with the FPD under Dan Hughes.

        • #32 by Reality Is... on August 1, 2016 - 12:43 pm

          Jury said not guilty of all charges. All Kelly’s fault. You feel different. It’s over.

        • #33 by Fullerton Lover on August 1, 2016 - 1:22 pm

          Kelly Thomas was also a mentally disabled man, and the Fullerton Police Department knew that before six of their officers harassed, beat,Tasered, and suffocated him till death.

          The Fullerton Fire department wasn’t much better, as they testified in court that they ignored Kelly’s injuries and left him lying in a heap, so they could tend to the minor abrasions of the police officers who had just beat Kelly Thomas till death.

          • #34 by Reality Is..... on August 1, 2016 - 6:04 pm

            You understand that just because Officer A knows someone is mentally disabled or a continual problem or likes to fight with the police or run from the police or a gangster or a jerk, that Officers B-Z probably don’t know that?. You realize that right? Show me where Sissy and Manny knew everything about Kelly Thomas before Kelly decided to run from them and fight with them on the ground? Not saying knowing him an officer would have handled it any different but trying to get that fact you said from you where those specific officers knew him like you say they did.

            • #35 by Fullerton Lover on August 1, 2016 - 7:52 pm

              It’s a known fact that Manny Ramos had stopped Kelly Thomas many times over the years, and was well aware that he was mentally disabled.

              If you watch the tape of Kelly Thomas being beaten to death that evening, you’ll see in the beginning of the tape that FPD’s Manny Ramos was talking with Kelly Thomas, and is asking Kelly if he isn’t getting tired of being harassed by himself all the time.

              FYI…The mentally disabled are a protected class under federal law, and as such, FPD should have been charged with civil rights violation(s) for beating a mentally disabled man till death.

              • #36 by Reality Is..... on August 1, 2016 - 8:55 pm

                Yes. I can buy it then that Manny knew him. So what do you suggest when you or other residents or bus riders continually call on someone that is homeless and bothering people or doing things suspicious? Just curious. No point in debating it because we just disagree on this case completely start to finish but I’m sure if it was your family being bothered daily or if you saw something suspicious you would want the cops called each time at least right?

  6. #37 by Vanilla ice cream on July 31, 2016 - 10:44 pm

    LOL! What he said!
    Anyone who would make such moronic, asinine comments based on a newspaper article, and in the OC Register no less, must be balloon head.

  7. #38 by Vanilla ice cream on July 31, 2016 - 10:53 pm

    Imbriano, do the world a favor and go back to Mars.

    • #39 by Mat Caraffa on August 1, 2016 - 12:04 am

      He doesn’t believe in Mars.

      • #40 by Anonymous on August 1, 2016 - 12:56 pm

        Joe is not going anywhere. Why are you here?

      • #41 by Anonymous on August 1, 2016 - 1:22 pm

        WTF?

  8. #42 by Vanilla ice cream on August 1, 2016 - 10:41 am

    You-give-Fullerton-a-very-bad-name, a.k.a. Barry Levinson, well, I’ll give you this. At least you are no longer saying “six cops” murdered K.T.
    So three cops faced charges in connection to the death of K.T. One was charged with second degree murder and two were charged with involuntary manslaughter. ALL THREE were fired by Hughes years before the criminal trial began. Not much more the chief could do beyond that. TWO were put on trial and found not guilty by a jury of their peers. The DA dropped the charges against the third. So blame the DA. Blame the jury. But from where I stand, Hughes fired three bad cops. What happened after that has nothing to do with him.
    (As far as your idiotic statement about the other three arriving at the scene and doing nothing to stop the beating, you must have watched a different video than the rest of us because that is the stupidest thing you’ve said to date).
    To your other statement about the FPD training officer stating on the stand that the cops did not violate policy, that officer was called to the stand by the defense. That officer does not make policy nor determine whether there was a violation of policy. So again, blame the DA for not successfully impeaching that witness. The DA could have called the chief, who does make policy and determines when polices are violated. The chief fired those guys for violating policy, so he did his job by the book. You’re barking up the wrong tree Levinson, which is very typical of a pathetic figure such as yourself, who has general hatred for the police in general and the FPD specifically.

    • #43 by Anonymous on August 1, 2016 - 2:11 pm

      You must have a crystal ball Vanilla because the reasons for the 3 officers being let go has never been released to the public. Another problem with POBAR and the total lack of transparency even when cops murder innocent people.

  9. #44 by Anonymous on August 1, 2016 - 11:42 am

    Joe their are much bigger rats at city hall and they are not the ones in the walls.

    Respect, honesty, integrity and courage are all sorely lacking at the highest levels within Fullerton City Hall.

    • #45 by Anonymous on August 1, 2016 - 2:30 pm

      And Joe is definitely oozing with respect, honest and integrity. Just look at all the respectful words he’s written on this site! Oh wait, there aren’t any.

      • #46 by Reality Is..... on August 1, 2016 - 6:06 pm

        Joe has never written anything respectful about anyone. Ever.

  10. #47 by Anonymous on August 1, 2016 - 12:53 pm

    Could Reality Is, Sloppy Joe and Vanilla be Dan Hughes and Lou Ponsi? It would not surprise me at all.

    • #48 by Reality Is..... on August 1, 2016 - 6:06 pm

      It’s possible. Reality Is sure knows a lot about policing and Hughes and Felz retirement dates.

  11. #49 by Reality Is... on August 1, 2016 - 1:21 pm

    And standard practice for a DUI is you sober up for 6 hours and get a ticket and walk out the door. Which is what happened for the DUI driver here that didn’t cause this crash.

  12. #50 by Anonymous on August 1, 2016 - 2:41 pm

    To the commenter saying the reason for the three cops being fired was not released, did you seriously just say that? Don’t need to be a rocket scientist to figure out out why they were canned.

    • #51 by Reality Is..... on August 1, 2016 - 6:08 pm

      what 3 cops got fired? Sissy and Manny got million dollar settlements and retirements from the Kelly Thomas case. What other cop are you talking about? They are all living well and working local careers due to the political hanging by Bushala and his boys.

    • #52 by Anonymous on August 1, 2016 - 8:51 pm

      You can guess all you want but that information was not released to the public because of the protect all police especially the dirty ones law called POBAR.

  13. #53 by Anonymous on August 1, 2016 - 3:32 pm

    Wait. Didnt Kelly Thomas thing happen like 5 years ago? WTF? Any city council candidate who tries to use that in their campaign might want to re-think their strategy. At this point, voters probably don’t even know who Kelly Thomas is.

    • #54 by Reality Is..... on August 1, 2016 - 6:07 pm

      I say that all the time. They can’t come up with anything current. Ever. And even over 10 years they can come up with 3 things?

    • #55 by Anonymous on August 1, 2016 - 8:48 pm

      Yeah it did happen five years ago but the person who was the direct supervisor of all 6 police officers involved is still in charge, namely Police Chief Danny Hughes.

      • #56 by Reality Is..... on August 1, 2016 - 8:59 pm

        Yes. And he got promoted after the fact. So clearly no one had an issue with the way he supervised then or now. And almost everyone in Fullerton says he’s been doing a great job since that point in time also. Except Joe, Barry, Fullerton Lover, and Tony Bushala.

        He’s retiring soon with Felz so it’s a moot point. His next in charge will take over so if you want to start a petition to get Bushala as the next Chief, you should start it now.

      • #57 by Fullerton Lover on August 1, 2016 - 9:15 pm

        That’s the way it works in the Fullerton Police Department.

        Your rewarded by your level of incompetence.

        Daniel Hughes was also the rookie partner of a Fullerton police officer who didn’t exactly have his partner’s back, and his partner was shot in the line of duty.

        http://articles.latimes.com/1992-09-24/local/me-1483_1_de-la-rosa

        • #58 by Reality Is... on August 2, 2016 - 8:07 am

          According to? You? Hughes had nothing to do with that murder. That’s why the bad guys are locked up for life. Again, you are relying on statements by people tying to sue for millions. They always lie.

        • #59 by Reality Is... on August 2, 2016 - 8:08 am

          And again. More old old news. Nothing current. What an outstanding job Fullerton PD is doing.

          Love,

          DannyBoy

  14. #60 by Anonymous on August 2, 2016 - 8:07 am

    While we’re waiting for Barry to tell us whether he was a licensed CPA, and if so, where, here is a question for Joe. So Joe, have you secured any endorsements yet in your city council campaign? Have you been able to find a single person who will officially endorse you? Aside from Levinson, of course.

  15. #62 by Anonymous on August 2, 2016 - 9:51 am

    Anonymous :
    I think Joe has already spoken to this-
    http://thefullertoninformer.com/the-endorsements-joe-imbriano-4-fullerton-city-council-will-never-need/

    So in other words, Joe does not have one single endorsement. Fitzgerald and the others have dozens. But of course in Joe’s world, if you get endorsements, not only are you corrupt, but whoever endorses you is corrupt.
    Joe, make sure you tell all the residents how you believe the moon landing was a hoax, the drought is geoenginerrd and wi fi is a tool of the government to control the population. Put all that out there Joe. Voters will flock to you in droves!

    • #63 by Reality Is..... on August 2, 2016 - 11:06 am

      Well said. Any endorsement in the eyes of Joe and Barry make that person endorsing corrupt. Same with donations. Anyone that donates to a campaign is doing so to get something in return. Everyone.

    • #64 by Joe Imbriano on August 2, 2016 - 11:16 am

      You appear to have a very good handle on my views and I applaud you for being such a good student of the truth. I am pulling papers at 11 am tomorrow so come on down and shake my hand at city hall. In addition, if you would like to help me with my campaign, by all means don’t be shy.

      As far as the phonies, they are all establishment hacks that represent the perpetuation of the corrupt status quo that has given us massive debt, decaying infrastructure, unsustainable overpaid over pensioned employees, the geoengineered drought, bogus water restrictions, wireless proliferation, a downtown awash in liquor, crime and criminals, out of control massive high rise development plans, and turning Fullerton into an Agenda 21 hell hole in exchange for backpack giveaways, and meaningless superficial diatribes delivered bi monthly by people with bizarre hairdos designed to dupe the unsuspecting into pulling the lever one more time thinking the three sevens are going to come up. It never has and it never will never happen.

      As far as the murdered astronauts that Fullerton named parks after, the faked moon landings, the geo engineered drought that is diverting floodwaters over the Rockies to suck children down the storm drains all over the country and destroy peoples lives, livelihoods and futures while decimating our agriculture so your food can come from third world countries watered with raw sewage, toxic fertilizers, sprayed with banned pesticides, picked green gassed with ethylene then waxed with a shelac resin while you kill your lawn and spray roundup all over your yard, the end of the petro dollar, the sterilization of school children with wireless, well I already have and will continue to put that information out there. The truth will stand on its own.

      The truth is all that matters. Whether the voters want to deal with reality remains to be seen. Regardless, I get to tell the truth and you have to spend an inordinate amount of your worthless time here all day and night trying to detract from what is absolutely irrefutable.

      Nothing will ever change until people deal with reality. My job is to begin the awakening and get the truth out.

      • #65 by Anonymous on August 2, 2016 - 11:58 am

        You say the truth is all that matters, and yet you seem to have such a tenuous grasp on reality.

        • #66 by Joe Imbriano on August 2, 2016 - 12:19 pm

          It is your tenuous grasp on what matters that has landed you here defending the indefensible.

      • #67 by Anonymous on August 4, 2016 - 4:54 pm

        Solid gold truth right here folks. Wrap your arms around it if you dare. This guys got some serious brass balls and needs to run for President. Check out his you tube videos.

  16. #68 by Anonymous on August 2, 2016 - 10:38 am

    Question for the very phony and dishonest Reality Is/Dan Hughes/Lou Ponsi? Please provide any documentation where Mr. Levinson has claimed that he is a licensed CPA? I have never seen him make that claim. Either provide your proof or shut up already.

    • #69 by Reality Is..... on August 2, 2016 - 11:06 am

      He just did a few days ago. He did a long post about how he’s been a CPA for over 40 years and worked at one of the most reputable firms in the nation for some of those years. By the way, you are either licensed or you aren’t. You can’t be an unlicensed CPA in case you were wondering.

      • #70 by Anonymous on August 2, 2016 - 12:10 pm

        You say he did a long post stating he was a CPA for 40 years. Therefore, all you have to do is copy the entire post word for word to prove your point.

        You will not do that because once again you are lying.

        The good people of Fullerton are laughing at your posts.

        • #71 by Reality Is... on August 2, 2016 - 2:32 pm

          Lol the good people? What 3 of them? Lol come on.

        • #72 by Reality Is... on August 2, 2016 - 2:37 pm

          Are you now really saying that Barry hasn’t claimed to be a long time CPA? Is true that’s hilarious.

        • #73 by Anonymous on August 2, 2016 - 3:47 pm

          Huh. Barry’s own words:

          http://thefullertoninformer.com/it-is-now-crystal-clear-the-modus-operandi-of-council-member-bruce-whitaker/#comment-301470

          “If someone with the following educational and working background: MBA with a Major in Accounting and with honors, Manager experience with an international CPA firm Ernst and Young, Over a decade of Internal auditor experience with a fortune 500 company, and passed the CPA exam, presented to you a detailed, well documented analysis that showed that actions taken by the city resulted in the loss over a 20 year period of 4 to 5 million dollars, would you be interested in learning more. Well that person with all that education and professional experience was yours truly, Barry Levinson.”

          We can see from Barry’s public profile on Facebook that he works or has worked as a “Former Compliance Project Manager at Northrop Grumman Corporation” and a “Former Auditor/Financial Consultant at Global Productivity Solutions.” It would be a good guess that Northrup Grumman is the Fortune 500 company with which he is claiming to have experience, but he’s too ashamed to have been part of the military-industrial complex that Joe rants about to actually mention the name. From that same public profile, he claims to have “Studied Business/Accounting at Boston University Graduate School of Management.”

          Of course, he’s no longer working for any of those companies – is he retired or did he wash out? I report, you decide.

          • #74 by Barry Levinson on August 2, 2016 - 5:02 pm

            Yes everything I sad is 100% true. I did work for an international CPA firm and I did pass the CPA exam.

            However, I never said that I was a licensed CPA. You see Reality Is, you do not automatically become a licensed CPA after passing the exam. That is a very important part of the process but not the entire process.

            But I am proud that I passed what is considered by many as the hardest professional exam to pass in these United States.

            Once again Reality Is makes statements that are incorrect rather than taking the time to research a topic. He does that quite a lot.

            • #75 by Reality Is... on August 2, 2016 - 7:13 pm

              LOL you are so predictable Barry. Nice escape attempt.

              Yes I have my degree in Accounting so I’m well aware of what it takes.

              Passing the exam and never being licensed and certified is weak. Really ruins any credibility you have attempted to give yourself all these years with your statements about working for a CPA firm and having all this experience.

              You know Ron Thomas was a deputy sheriff too right? Lol you and him fall into the same category.

              The true Barry is finally coming forward after all the requests about your experience.

              It’s all making sense now.

            • #76 by Mat Caraffa on August 2, 2016 - 9:08 pm

              Why aren’t you a licensed CPA?

          • #77 by Reality Is... on August 2, 2016 - 7:17 pm

            A manager with EY and not a CPA? A decade of audit experience and not a CPA? Wtf? This clown is just uses words to try to make himself look experience and professional.

            Now I understand why city council ignores his ramblings and why everyone ignores him. Also why Bruce fired him. He’s a complete fraud.

            This is comical!

  17. #78 by Reality Is..... on August 2, 2016 - 11:12 am

    Fullerton Lover. Another case for you to backup the bad guy on. A driver with bullets all through his window. As you say, poor guy was just driving his car and didn’t deserve to die. LOL LOL

    http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/One-Person-Reportedly-Shot-By-Police-in-Lawndale-388966522.html

    • #79 by Fullerton Lover on August 2, 2016 - 1:09 pm

      Your getting ahead of yourself, you still haven’t told every one about the Kelly Thomas deja vu incident in Santa Ana, where the police officer justifies shooting a homeless guy because he thought he was reaching for his weapon!

      …seems like I’ve heard that one somewhere before? Yes, it was definitely the Fullerton PD who used this excuse in court to justify deadly force.

      http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/Man-Shot-Officers-Santa-Ana-Hospitalized-Investigation–388897052.html?_osource=taboola-recirc

      • #80 by Reality Is... on August 2, 2016 - 2:29 pm

        Yep. Another fight with cops where the whacko decided he wasn’t gonna go with the program. Make bad decisions win big prizes. Grabbing a cops gun will get you shot 100% of the time. I’m sure the cops did a good job but I will wait for the facts to come out. Yes, so far I side with the cops but I also keep an open mind until all facts are known. I also know incidents like this one are very easily avoidable. As they are avoided millions of times a day across this country.

  18. #81 by Anonymous on August 2, 2016 - 4:42 pm

    Joe Imbriano :
    You appear to have a very good handle on my views and I applaud you for being such a good student of the truth. I am pulling papers at 11 am tomorrow so come on down and shake my hand at city hall. In addition, if you would like to help me with my campaign, by all means don’t be shy.
    As far as the phonies, they are all establishment hacks that represent the perpetuation of the corrupt status quo that has given us massive debt, decaying infrastructure, unsustainable overpaid over pensioned employees, the geoengineered drought, bogus water restrictions, wireless proliferation, a downtown awash in liquor, crime and criminals, out of control massive high rise development plans, and turning Fullerton into an Agenda 21 hell hole in exchange for backpack giveaways, and meaningless superficial diatribes delivered bi monthly by people with bizarre hairdos designed to dupe the unsuspecting into pulling the lever one more time thinking the three sevens are going to come up. It never has and it never will never happen.
    As far as the murdered astronauts that Fullerton named parks after, the faked moon landings, the geo engineered drought that is diverting floodwaters over the Rockies to suck children down the storm drains all over the country and destroy peoples lives, livelihoods and futures while decimating our agriculture so your food can come from third world countries watered with raw sewage, toxic fertilizers, sprayed with banned pesticides, picked green gassed with ethylene then waxed with a shelac resin while you kill your lawn and spray roundup all over your yard, the end of the petro dollar, the sterilization of school children with wireless, well I already have and will continue to put that information out there. The truth will stand on its own.
    The truth is all that matters. Whether the voters want to deal with reality remains to be seen. Regardless, I get to tell the truth and you have to spend an inordinate amount of your worthless time here all day and night trying to detract from what is absolutely irrefutable.
    Nothing will ever change until people deal with reality. My job is to begin the awakening and get the truth out.

    Mr. Imbriano, rather than running for city council, do you think it might be wiser to seek the services of a qualified psychiatrist?

    • #82 by Reality Is... on August 2, 2016 - 7:18 pm

      I’m realizing Joe and Barry are clones of Tony Bushala. They all hallucinate and see things in way out there whacky ways and then try to impose their will on vulnerable people. The sad part is a few people fall for it!

      • #83 by Anonymous on August 4, 2016 - 1:16 pm

        Joe is not for sale. Tony couldn’t afford to buy him.

        • #84 by Anonymous on August 5, 2016 - 11:46 am

          It doesn’t matter if he’s for sale if no one is buying…

          • #85 by Anonymous on August 5, 2016 - 1:43 pm

            Buyers can never exist for an item that is never for sale. Where did all the trolls go now that Joe pulled papers?

            I wonder if Barry is going to pull a surprise?

            • #86 by Anonymous on August 5, 2016 - 2:24 pm

              A surprise flop? A surprise waste of time? What possible surprise could be in store for the city of Fullerton?

            • #87 by Reality Is..... on August 5, 2016 - 4:07 pm

              Joe has always said he’s gonna pull papers. No surprise at all. The surprise will be if he wins. I will be completely shocked. It would be terrible for fullerton.

              Barry won’t pull papers. He knows how hard it is. He lost before.

  19. #88 by Anonymous on August 2, 2016 - 10:33 pm

    Barry Levinson :
    Yes everything I sad is 100% true. I did work for an international CPA firm and I did pass the CPA exam.
    However, I never said that I was a licensed CPA. You see Reality Is, you do not automatically become a licensed CPA after passing the exam. That is a very important part of the process but not the entire process.
    But I am proud that I passed what is considered by many as the hardest professional exam to pass in these United States.
    Once again Reality Is makes statements that are incorrect rather than taking the time to research a topic. He does that quite a lot.

    absolute proof that a person can be intelligent academically and at the same time, be an unhinged, arrogant, pompous whining balloon head.

    • #89 by Reality Is..... on August 3, 2016 - 8:30 am

      Lack of street smarts. Lack of real life smarts. Just book smarts. Couldn’t handle the real life work world.

  20. #90 by We Know Who You Are and We Know What You Are Trying To Do on August 2, 2016 - 11:15 pm

    I would not be surprised at all if those that are on this site 24/7, only to defame Barry and Joe, are being paid to do so.

    • #91 by Mat Caraffa on August 3, 2016 - 12:31 am

      Ok, who are we, and when are we getting our pay checks?

      • #92 by cheetos all over the remote on August 3, 2016 - 9:05 am

        Spank much?

        • #93 by Anonymous on August 3, 2016 - 11:33 am

          Only your mom.

    • #94 by Reality Is..... on August 3, 2016 - 8:29 am

      That’s what they used to say about me on FFFF blog too. That I was paid by Fullerton PD to post. I said damn I need to keep posting if I’m getting $1 per post!

      • #95 by Anonymous on August 4, 2016 - 8:33 am

        Bushala would never work with or back Joe because unlike with Whitaker, Thompson and Seaborn, Bushala, and his bosses couldn’t ever control an idealogue like Joe with bongloads and cash.

  21. #96 by Reality Is... on August 3, 2016 - 9:50 am

    Here’s your chance. Write a good post on a good city employee that does a good job and is a female. Dare you. A change in the thought process of Joe and Barry. First time in history they commend a city employee for a job well done. Do it.
    http://behindthebadgeoc.com/cities/fpd/award-winner-fullerton-school-resource-officer-real-knack-connecting-teens#.V6Cxa6GNAeI.facebook

    • #97 by Anonymous on August 3, 2016 - 11:34 am

      And a police officer at that! Your dare has a snowball’s chance in hell of becoming real.

    • #98 by Fullerton Lover on August 3, 2016 - 6:19 pm

      Thanks for sharing the article about Corporal Soto of the Fullerton Police Department!

      My impression of the school resource officer in each of the high schools in Fullerton hasn’t always been favorable, as I’ve noticed that they never seem to be to enthused about getting stuck back in a high school, and would more or less be bide their time flirting with the Teachers and administrators.

      Nice to see Corporal Soto continually offering these students words of encouragement and conscientiously trying to shepherd these kids and keep them on the right path in life.

      Bravo Corporal Soto!

  22. #99 by Anonymous on August 3, 2016 - 1:15 pm

    Everyone know Levinson and Imbriano abhor police.

  23. #100 by Anonymous on August 3, 2016 - 2:47 pm

    Come to think of it, I’ve never heard Levinson or Imbriano say a single positive thing about anybody or anything in the city of Fullerton … ever! Not a business, or a church or a civic group or city department or a school or anything. Gotta wonder why they even live here.

    • #101 by Anonymous on August 5, 2016 - 6:11 am

      All it takes is an open mind to see why. Paid trolls like you cannot because their price is almost as low as their IQ.

      • #102 by Mat Caraffa on August 5, 2016 - 9:04 am

        Care to share why?

  24. #103 by Reality Is... on August 3, 2016 - 8:25 pm

  25. #104 by Fullerton Lover on August 3, 2016 - 10:26 pm

    Beautiful. Good soul. It’s tough keeping a family together under those circumstances, and I respect and admire Officer Tong for going above and beyond the call of duty to help this family stay safe and together.

    Keep em coming!

    • #105 by Reality Is..... on August 4, 2016 - 7:51 am

      🙂

  26. #106 by district 5 on August 4, 2016 - 7:23 pm

    I have been following this site for almost 2 years now with me dipping in and out coming back to see where this is all going. Joe’s positions on some issues really had me doing a double take and with the constant barrage of his critics here, I was really curious as to what all the fuss was about. Now I know. He and Barry have been hitting the nail on the head for quite some time now and all the pieces for me have finally come together. The recent district mapping decision the other night has finally sealed the deal for me and I will be supporting Mr. Imbriano and Mr. Levinson for council. It is hard to stomach but the fact is that all 5 council members need to go.

    • #107 by Mat Caraffa on August 5, 2016 - 9:05 am

      Have they even filed papers to join the race?

      I wonder if they’re competent enough to do that.

      • #108 by Anonymous on August 5, 2016 - 9:31 am

        Joe Imbriano has pulled papers but Barry Levinson has not. The deadline to turn them in is 8-12-16. Looks like Imbriano is in the race.

        http://docs.cityoffullerton.com/weblink/1/edoc/602018/2016%20Candidate%20Filing%20Log.pdf

        • #109 by Gabriel on August 5, 2016 - 1:33 pm

          Glad to hear it. Imbriano es paisa and he has my family’s vote. He cares about this community.

          • #110 by Reality Is..... on August 5, 2016 - 4:07 pm

            Joe cares about one thing and one thing only. Himself. Read his posts.

            • #111 by Gabriel on August 5, 2016 - 8:01 pm

              Joe cares about the comminity and especially the most vulnerable among the members. I have watched him speak on you tube and this is not about him, it is about all the residents, the defensleess and everyones children

          • #112 by Joe Imbriano on August 5, 2016 - 8:53 pm

            Gracias Gabriel. Pues carnal, tal vez soy paisa compa pero te digo una cosa, estare aqui para la gente en vez de los…….. tienes mi palabra

            aqui esta mi email
            joeimbriano777@gmail.com

            • #113 by Anonymous on August 6, 2016 - 10:02 am

              Eres Paisa!

  27. #114 by Anonymous on August 5, 2016 - 10:39 pm

    Gabriel :
    Joe cares about the comminity and especially the most vulnerable among the members. I have watched him speak on you tube and this is not about him, it is about all the residents, the defensleess and everyones children

    On You Tube!!! Oh my God!!! Then he MUST care about the community!!! Come election day, we’ll see who cares about him. Let’s see if he can get 100 votes.

    • #115 by Fullerton Lover on August 6, 2016 - 8:43 am

      How many of you “anonymous’s” ever cared enough about others peoples children, that you would subject yourself to the scorn that Joe has put himself through whenever there was a threat to the children of our community?

      That’s the same level of care that I believe that Joe Imbriano will bring to the residents of Fullerton, rather than the city council people who are currently catering only to the downtown Fullerton bar owners who ply your young people with cheap alcohol and create clientele for Fullerton PD to arrest them later.

      p.s. Looks like your exclamation key is stuck on your keyboard!!!

      • #116 by Anonymous on August 6, 2016 - 11:01 am

        I couldn’t agree with you more Fullerton Lover. Joe is truly an altruistic individual with good intentions. What I admire most about him is his ability to remain calm and diplomatic in the face of such blatant evil and corruption. I could never keep my cool like he does. I really hope people do the right thing and elect him. It would really break things open in Fullerton.

  28. #117 by Barry Levinson on August 6, 2016 - 1:13 pm

    I met Joe about 6 years ago at a city council meeting but did not become good friends with him until about 2 or 3 years ago. I remember at the time six years ago, although our meeting was brief, he definitely left me with a very positive impression. I have come to know that Joe is a very caring, decent, generous, honest, knowledgable and very concerned citizen of Fullerton.

    In Fullerton, I may have the most perspective of any other person in Fullerton as to the toll it takes to stand up for your community and speak the truth; many times upsetting the very powerful forces in city government and the special interests that have controlled this city for far too long. Mrs. Linda Whitaker very recently on FaceBook accused Joe and I for only being for ourselves. If she meant that we only care about ourselves, Mrs. Whitaker could not be further from the truth. We do what we do at great personal sacrifice. There has been no financial or personal gain associated with any of our actions.

    Part of the reason some look at us as being outside the norm is very simple. We are activists and we are idealists. We want the best possible government representing all the people of Fullerton. For the many months prior to the 2014 local elections, many of my enemies connected to city hall claimed that literally every post I wrote was because I would be running for Fullerton City Council, as if running for council automatically taints your motives. I think that speaks volumes to the people criticizing me and their knowledge of their good friends on the city council and their motives, not mine. Well I did not run for city council in 2014 and guess what I did not get one apology from the city government apologists who disparaged my motives for speaking out.

    Joe and I speak out for one reason and one reason only. We know that our government is not representing us well. Now probably 90% of the people in Fullerton and across these United States believe the same exact thing. So what makes Joe and myself different? What makes us different, not better or worse is that with the knowledge that things can and should be better for Fullertonians, we our compelled by our makeup to do what we can to make some or all the changes for a better Fullerton a reality. We simply do not want to turn our backs on you, the very good people of Fullerton.

    So where do we go from here. I know what my role is and I will continue to speak out, whether it is as a candidate for office or as just a plain citizen of my hometown of Fullerton until hopefully enough of you know the real facts concerning our Fullerton City Council and how our city is run by them and our City Manager.

    For the 90% of Fullerton citizens who know the city could be run better, I want you to get behind the candidacy of Joe Imbriano. He is a very good man who only has your best interests at heart. How many people running for public office can you not only say that about, but know in your heart and mind that it is absolutely true? That is why I am proud to lend my total support for the election of Joe Imbriano for Fullerton City Council.

    • #118 by Mat Caraffa on August 7, 2016 - 12:24 am

      What has he done to improve the city rather than impede any type of progress?

      • #119 by Barry Levinson on August 7, 2016 - 11:29 am

        Please define progress and be specific?

        • #120 by Anonymous on August 7, 2016 - 1:04 pm

          So you can’t list anything without cherry-picking a definition of progress?

          • #121 by Anonymous on August 7, 2016 - 3:22 pm

            Once again the trolls on this site have nothing of substance. Mr. Levinson gave you the opportunity to explain yourself and you have nothing to present to the readers. Why am I not surprised?

            Having the ability to express different political views is part of what makes this country great, but those whose intention is to put down others without any substance behind them is a real danger to our democracy going forward.

    • #123 by Anonymous on August 8, 2016 - 2:12 pm

      Ponsi what a tool

  29. #124 by Smell yourself first on August 8, 2016 - 2:34 pm

    It’s funny when someone digs deep and finds the corruption and starts to expose it, you get haters that have nothing concrete and just go into attack mode.
    I would encourage the bonehead that shows his ignorance in every comment he posts to look around our city and see all the negative impact our current council has done over the past 30 years. Maybe you might turn that negative garbage that you spew and identify the current issues and problems with our city.
    Can’t blame Barry and Joe for selling properties behind our back that we as tax payers own. Can’t blame Barry and Joe for the crappy roads we drive on daily. Can’t blame Barry and Joe for over crowding our city and creating gridlock on every major road in our city. Can’t blame Barry and Joe for tens of thousands of gallons wasted daily at Laguna lake and Bill the taxpayers thru crooked billing. Can’t blame Barry and Joe for the awful leadership within our police force. Can’t blame Barry and Joe for shady deals on the golf course or at the Summit house or all the alcohol establishments that we cannot afford to police on a nightly basis and create come and violence for our children that call this city their home.
    May I suggest you pull your shorts down and smell them and you will have a better understanding of what our city council smells like!

    • #125 by Anonymous on August 8, 2016 - 9:18 pm

      I agree wholeheartedly with your statements. Barry and Joe have really gone out on a limb in a very selfless way. The truth is out there for all to see because of their efforts and determination. The challenge will be for those of us to carry this message where their feet have yet to trod. The message is that we won’t get fooled again in November.

  30. #126 by Not Being Fooled Anymore on August 8, 2016 - 9:53 pm

    To all the members of the Fullerton City Council and those in charge of running the city government, please take note that Fullertonians are getting wise to your underhanded, sneaky and self-centered tactics. Your time in power is coming to an end. I can say this, for I am one of those people who you are not fooling any longer.

    You might want to hold someone accountable for the billions of gallons of water wasted and paid for by the ratepayers of Fullerton from Laguna Lake, which probably started right after it was incorrectly refurbished 11 years ago. How many millions of dollars have the ratepayers of Fullerton been overcharged for your failures to do your jobs properly?

  31. #128 by Barry Levinson on August 9, 2016 - 11:59 pm

    Fullerton Lover as I have said repeatedly with regard to politicians, follow the money.

    Why does the public believe that the phrase…honest politician is an oxymoron? Maybe because those two words so very infrequently go together.

    • #129 by Anonymous on August 10, 2016 - 10:45 am

      Do you guys have any plans to improve Fullerton other than attempting to call everyone in power corrupt?

      • #130 by Fullerton Lover on August 10, 2016 - 1:57 pm

        Ask yourself why a prospective city councilman would have to spend between $50,000 and $100,000 to secure a job that pays $7,500 per year, and I believe that you will find the answer to your own question.

        cor·rupt
        kəˈrəpt/Submit
        adjective
        1.
        having or showing a willingness to act dishonestly in return for money or personal gain.

        • #131 by Anonymous on August 17, 2016 - 11:56 pm

          Fitz is going to get re elected and she is going to kick Joe’s ass all the way to the dumpster outside the slide bar.

      • #132 by Fullerton Lover on August 10, 2016 - 2:07 pm

        …let me illustrate my point with just how corrupt these city councilman are with this enlightening Fullerton fable about Queen Fitzgerald who has such contempt for her “subjects”, that she expect for them to foot the bill for her next election/ coronation with their own money!

        https://fullertonrag.com/2016/08/09/expensive-taxpayer-funded-video-appears-on-jennifer-fitzgeralds-campaign-website/

        …and even has the gall to have the guy that produced that video at taxpayer expense, go to the Fullerton city council meeting to speak in support of the district election map that Queen Fitzgerald is trying to ram down residents throats in order to appease the Downtown Fullerton bar owners that pay to get her elected.

      • #133 by Danny Boy on August 10, 2016 - 2:43 pm

        Corruption at city hall? Say it ain’t so!

      • #134 by Mat Caraffa on August 21, 2016 - 10:25 pm

        So no, not one of you clowns has any plan other than calling people names?

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