Setting The Record Straight Concerning the Articles About Me in the Fullerton Observer’s Early November 2014 Edition by Barry Levinson


The following article was printed on page 2 in the Mid-December 2015 Fullerton Observer, which is edited by Sharon Kennedy.

Setting The Record Straight Concerning the Articles About Me in the Fullerton Observer’s Early November 2014 Edition by Barry Levinson

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In the following remarks I will set the record straight concerning the Fullerton Observer’s inaccurate reporting of an alleged misdemeanor assault and battery incident in the lobby of City Hall August 19, 2014, during the Fullerton City Council meeting.    Despite the fact that this incident never occurred, the Fullerton Police Department attempted to build a case against me.  There were statements that were made in the Fullerton Observer that unfairly and inaccurately taint my good reputation.

 

The facts are these:

a.  The Orange County District Attorney declined to prosecute the misdemeanor assault and battery charges presented by the FPD for lack of evidence on October 20, 2014.

b.  On October 21, 2014 during the Fullerton Council meeting the alleged victim, Ms. Grisenti, when asked by Council member Flory to verify that I touched her stated that she could not remember.  It is important to know that the city videotape of the city hall lobby was not available at that meeting and its’ existence was ignored during this supposed investigation.  Finally, when the tape was later produced by the city, it clearly showed that the allegations were false.

The Fullerton Observer article about the alleged incident concerning Ms. Grisenti was a three-page story beginning on the front page.  The headline read “City Commissioner Questioned for Alleged Assault at City Hall”.  However, on Page 4 as the story continued the headline read, “City Commissioner Questioned in Assault” and then again on Page 16 as the story concluded the headline read, “City Commissioner Assault”.  My attorney asked specifically that the Fullerton Observer provide a retraction of those obvious errors but Ms. Kennedy instead chose to continue to support her original reporting by stating the following:  “The report did not accuse Mr. Levinson of any wrong doing, was not intended to harm Mr. Levinson, and was merely a report of police investigation and allegations.”  Ms. Kennedy went on to state as follows:  “The editor of the Fullerton Observer stands by the report in the November 2014 paper…”.  The latter two headlines clearly states that it was an assault by me, when Ms. Kennedy knew that all charges were dropped for lack of evidence.

 

The Fullerton Observer in the same edition published an article written by former council member and FSD teacher Pam Keller entitled, “Failure to Act on Bully at City Hall”.  In the article, Ms. Keller made an outrageous and totally unsubstantiated comment that stated:  “Barry Levinson has a history of bad behavior in the community and at City Council meetings.”  No evidence, no proof – just unmitigated character assassination by Ms. Keller.

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Ms. Pam Keller

Any news story with unsubstantiated negative claims is not a story fit to be in any newspaper.

 

Ms. Keller stated at council on October 21, 2014 that she received a copy of the entire police report earlier that day.  I only received a copy of the police report approximately 4 hours before the start of that council session.  Why and how did a private citizen get an advanced copy of my police report?

Fullerton Police Chief Dan Hughes speaks during the final leg of the Special Olympics torch run in front of Fullerton Police Department headquarters in Fullerton, Calif., on Monday, July 20, 2015. Photo by Carlos Delgado / Behind the Badge OC

Fullerton Police Chief Dan Hughes

Publishing a local newspaper is a noble endeavor.  My sincere hope is that the Fullerton Observer recognizes that words were used, i.e. bully, bad behavior, Commissioner Assault, etc. that obviously have a negative impact on my reputation.  The erroneous reporting of this incident greatly harmed my family as well.  In the future they should be more careful when using such words.

Accuracy in reporting is a sacred bond between the editor and the reader.  Words do matter and since a primary goal of any newspaper is to inform their readers, accuracy is essential for it to do its’ job well.

My reputation is extremely important to me.  I take great care in providing accurate information whether in the articles I write for the fullertoninformer.com or fullertontaxpayers.org and speaking before the city council.  I do care about my reputation and newspapers should always be vigilant to not intentionally or even unintentionally write one word that inaccurately harms that reputation.

Epilogue:

Question:  Why did the Fullerton Observer’s Sharon Kennedy continue to 100% support her newspaper reports concerning me in the Observer Response on the bottom of page 1 of the Early October 2015 edition?  It is clear based on just the facts alone that there were indeed numerous inaccuracies/errors/misstatements.

Question:  As already asked by me above, why did former Fullerton city council member and FSD teacher Pam Keller, a private citizen with no involvement in the alleged incident receive from the FPD a complete copy of my police report before the general public and maybe even before I received my copy of the report?

Lastly, I wish I could have more good things to say about our City of Fullerton government and those that work very closely to support them when they are wrong.  However, I have to deal with the facts, as they are, nothing more and nothing less.  After all, complements should always be both sincere and well deserved.

I do want to wish all the good people of Fullerton as well as all my friends and family a wonderful Christmas and a joyous, prosperous, healthy and blessed 2016.   After all the birth of Jesus signals the beginning of good things to come for the entire world to share.  As we usher in another anniversary of his birth, I am optimistic that more and more people starting in 2016 will accept the compassion and morals that Jesus represents.

Barry Levinson

  1. #1 by Joe Imbriano on December 18, 2015 - 7:28 am

    https://thefullertoninformer.com/the-lynching/

    By the way, for the record, the Observer is not a bonafide newspaper any more than The Fullerton Informer is a bonafide mouthpiece for Fullerton’s corrupt establishment.

  2. #2 by The City of Fullerton - No Reform, No Justice, No Integrity on December 18, 2015 - 1:57 pm

    It is amazing to me that Dan Hughes admitted personally handling the investigation of Mr. Levinson, while stating on the record that he could hate Mr. Levinson.
    A little conflict of interest from our self-proclaimed objective, non-political police chief.
    We have Mr. Gennaco’s firm available for internal audits for cases just like this one, where the actions of the FPD and the city does not stand up in the light of day. Yet although this investigation has been called for by several citizens at city council, not one council member has even addressed this issue.
    And then of course we have the city council installing Ms. Fitzgerald as our new Mayor with a 5 to 0 vote, even though she is a highly paid consultant/lobbyist, with the title of Vice President for Pringle and Associates. Even worse see refuses to make public their client list making it impossible for the public to know when she might have a conflict of interest. That tells me we have 5 very compromised city council members representing the people of Fullerton.
    Just business as usual for the city headed by Jennifer Fitzgerald and City Manager, Joe Felz.

  3. #3 by Fullerton Lover on December 18, 2015 - 2:15 pm

    I think that this is truly a case of someone seeing the speck of dust in someone else’s eye, instead of the plank of wood that lies within their own.

    The video that I saw on Facebook of Joe Imbriano at City Hall being visibly harassed by Pam Keller looked to me more like a personal assault?

    http://fullertonrag.com/2015/12/01/some-video-of-the-ron-thomas-settlement-announcement-unrecorded-by-the-city-of-fullerton/comment-page-1/#comment-24634

    • #4 by Anonymous on December 28, 2015 - 11:31 am

      Joe handled himself very well considering how close that she got to him. I think most people would have reacted much differently.

  4. #5 by Anonymous on December 18, 2015 - 9:14 pm

    Fullerton Lover the assault on Joe Imbriano was caught on tape for several minutes of non-stop bullying and invasion of personal space. It occurred no less in council chambers while in session. Why did not Dan Hughes or one of his stand-ins arrest Pam Keller on the spot? Why do they continue to ignore the fool proof evidence against Ms. Keller. Why hasn’t Dan Hughes personally opened up and lead an investigation of assault and intimidation by former council member Pam Keller? The evidence has been out there in public view for over 3 weeks. We are waiting for an answer from our objective and non-political police chief? Again, here you have video proof of harassment, intimidation and bullying by that sweet lovable establishment human being, Pam Keller and no indignation from the likes of Flory, Fitzgerald or Chaffee. It happened right in front of there faces folks. Why has all the establishment hacks turned a blind eye to this blatant misbehavior? Because the city of Fullerton government is one big oozing mess of hypocrisy and corruption.

    • #6 by Anonymous on December 19, 2015 - 6:59 am

      Pam Keller has some serious issues if you haven’t noticed. Just ask around. She epitomizes the extremely hypocritical nature of Fullerton’s limousine liberal establishment. She and her pals Rusty will hand out back packs and sit back while a homeless man gets murdered for his backpack.

      Pam Keller is the FPOA’s attack dog and The Fullerton Observer is Pam Keller’s only remaining platform. They are getting very worried about the likelihood of an upset next November.

    • #7 by Fullerton Lover on December 19, 2015 - 9:02 am

      The dark irony is that Barry Levinson’s alleged assault at City Hall was trumpeted on the front page of the Fullerton establishment’s hush rag, the Fullerton Observer…

      …yet when a City Hall meeting announcing that the City Council plans to pay out $5 million dollars in hush money, that by the way was NOT recorded and broadcasted as per normal protocol, is attempted to be filmed by a single Fullerton resident, Joe Imbriano, the former Fullerton Mayor, as well as current Executive Director of the Fullerton Collaborative, Pam Keller is filmed and eye witnessed by many bystanders as harassing and attempting to stop Joe Imbriano from filming the news conference any further…

      …and not ONE solitary peep from Sharon or Rusty Kennedy,Vince Buck, or any one else with an ounce of human decency at the Fullerton Observer?

    • #10 by Fullerton Lover on December 20, 2015 - 8:47 am

      I honestly believe that there are some more than coincidental parallels to this case of the Costa Mesa Police Officer’s Association, and our very own, Fullerton Police Officer’s Association, which both have bullied and sullied the names of the city councilman whose stated campaign positions were for greater transparency when negotiating with the city’s public safety unions.

      In Costa Mesa I believe it was Gary Moynihan and Jim Righeimer who were the intended victims, and in Fullerton’s case, it was Bruce Whitaker and Greg Sebourn.

      I think it’s also clear to those who live in Fullerton, is that former city councilman and assemblyman, Chris Norby, whose campaign policies also invoked a need for greater transparency and open salary negotiations with the Police, Fire departments, also routinely found himself on the wrong side of the law, with the Fullerton Observer mysteriously being able to access the police reports before the defendant could, and quickly publishing every rumored misdeed in the following issue’s front page headline.

      Weird huh?

      http://www.ocregister.com/articles/chamness-696773-police-monahan.html

  5. #11 by Anonymous on December 18, 2015 - 9:31 pm

    Barry, from what I can see, what they tried to do to you and Mr Gutierrez was criminal. They should be the ones being prosecuted. I know for a fact that Jan Flory was the one who got the whole ball rolling. I hope they get what they deserve and I am so glad you are exposing their filth because that is what they truly are.

  6. #12 by Telling It Like It Is on December 19, 2015 - 12:13 pm

    The truth is that there are some very bad and immoral people in charge of our city. They routinely lie and deceive the public. They are arrogant, self-serving moral midgets. They do not play by the rules but make them up as they go along to suit their own selfish purposes.

    Question? How on earth can someone hired as Vice President of one of the biggest consulting/public relations firms (Pringle and Associates) doing business with a myriad of public entities ever represent the people of Fullerton honestly and fairly. She will not even disclose the existing client list of her firm. And if you need any other evidence of the duplicity of this woman, just note that she was recently fined by the state for failing to disclose….you guessed it her employment with Pringle and Associates, the aforementioned firm. Her name is MAYOR JENNIFER FITZGERALD and she was appointed Mayor by a unanimous vote or our council. UNANIMOUS!!! Go to their website or Facebook page as I have in the past and they literally brag about the influence they have with people in the public sector. I do not remember them talking about their skills but their influence. One might come to the conclusion that they are literally selling their influence and Mayor Fitzgerald is their Vice President. There is no indignation from her fellow council members but unilateral support for her to become Mayor. Is there no one left on council to do the right thing anymore? I guess not.

    It is my hope that one day very soon, Mr. Curt Pringle comes to the realization that hiring Ms. Fitzgerald was the biggest PR mistake he has made in his entire career because I and others will continue to highlight the dirty business of government influence peddling.

  7. #13 by Anonymous on December 19, 2015 - 2:36 pm

    What others need to know Telling It Like It Is, is that Mayor Fitzgerald is strongly supported by OC Supervisor S. Nelson Congressman Ed Royce, Council members Jan Flory and Doug Chaffee. You see for the corrupt politicians party does not matter. However, what does matter is the same corrupt mindset. It is a total cabal. It is time that honest citizens form a new independent party and stop supporting the corrupt phonies in both the Democrat and Republican parties. Each party is to far gone in corruption and self aggrandizement to ever be absolved of their many sins.

  8. #14 by Waking Up In Fullerton on December 19, 2015 - 8:02 pm

    Wow, when Ms. Fitzgerald first ran for council I must admit I was fooled by her campaign rhetoric. Now that I have some facts about her, thanks to this website, I know that she can’t be trusted. Thanks Mr. Imbriano and keep up the good work.

  9. #15 by Anonymous on December 19, 2015 - 8:08 pm

    A suggestion to all Fullerton citizens. Please attend just a few Fullerton council meetings. Pay close attention to what are council members say. In particular, notice how they ignore the citizens when they ask questions of them or ask for simple city information. Also notice the look of distain that is on their faces when a citizen asks a question or speaks on a subject they would prefer remain hidden. Ms. Fitzgerald in particular has a permanent scowl on her face when the camera is not on her. Very, very telling.

    • #16 by Fullerton Lover on December 21, 2015 - 6:28 am

      This is a private citizen’s recording of the city council announcing the Kelly Thomas settlement…

  10. #17 by Barry Levinson on December 20, 2015 - 7:30 pm

    I was just driving over some of the worst maintained roads in Orange County. Unfortunately, they are in my neighborhood. The city infrastructure continues to fall apart but the city has money to give employees a 6% raise. Someone once said that you can tell how corrupt a city is by the condition of its roads and sewers. What does that tell you about our City of Fullerton government?

  11. #18 by Fullerton Lover on December 21, 2015 - 6:30 am

    This is a private citizen’s recording of the city council meeting announcing the Kelly Thomas settlement…

    some-video-of-the-ron-thomas-settlement-announcement-unrecorded-by-the-city-of-fullerton

  12. #19 by Barry Levinson on December 21, 2015 - 11:47 am

    When the council has little or no good news for the people of Fullerton, what do they do?

    They agendize feel good presentations that almost always has nothing to do with conducting the city of Fullerton business.

    This charade became very prevalent under Mayor Doug Chaffee. The same Mayor who has proposed on many occasions reducing our public speaking time from 3 to 2 minutes. If that does not demonstrate the distain Council member Chaffee has for the people of Fullerton, nothing will.

  13. #20 by Anonymous on December 21, 2015 - 12:11 pm

    If you’re reputation is so importan to you, Mr. Levinson, and you believe you’ve been the victim of libel, then file a defamation lawsuit. I’m quite certain you know exactly what happened in the hallway that night.

    • #21 by Fullerton Lover on December 21, 2015 - 1:54 pm

      Even though I was actually present at this particular City Council meting, and can state unequivocally that I never saw Mr. Levinson even come close to this woman from A.T.&T, I continue to hear this same assertion, or insinuations, from the benefactors of the chicken feed cronyism of Sharon Quirk Silva, Pam Keller, Jan Flory, and Doug Chaffee that somehow feel threatened by the likes of a couple of hawks like Barry Levinson or Joe Imbriano.

      These people remind me of the allegorical tale, “The Emperor’s New Clothes, where those that didn’t want to lose their positions, went along with the foolish Emperor parading down the street naked, and instead fawned over him, and told him how wonderful he looked, for fear of being seen as hopelessly stupid or unfit for their position…that was of course until a small child, who is too young to understand the desirability of keeping up the pretense, tells the King that in fact he is fat and he is naked and that he doesn’t look to normal walking down the
      street stark naked.

      Joe Imbriano on the other hand, reminds me of Plato’s Allegory of the Cave, whereas Plato describes a group of people who have lived chained in a cave all of their lives, facing a blank wall, afraid to go outside for fear of what lied beyond. The people instead chose to watch the shadows that they would create on the wall by passing things in front of a fire behind them, and would even begin to ascribe forms to these shadows, using language to identify their worlds passing before them on the wall of the cave.

      These shadows were as close as the cave people got to viewing reality… that is until one of them finds his way into the outside world where he sees the actual objects that produced the shadows.

      He tries to tell the people in the cave of his discovery, but they do not believe him and vehemently resist his efforts to free them so they can see for themselves .

      In my allegory, the cave are those of us who have shut our sense of light or information out, and instead have chosen to stay inside our homes and watch T.V. and depend on the T.V. as our only source of information.

      Another way to relate this last allegory, would be the residents of Fullerton, who have depended on the Fullerton Observer as a neutral, non-partisan, and, valid source of information about local politics involving Fullerton residents.

      (note the names of the donors for the Democrat’s last candidate for Assembly, Sharon Quirk Silva…

      … Fullerton Observer’s Vince Buck, city councilwoman Jan Flory, ex-city councilwoman Pam Keller, city councilman Doug Chaffee, etc…)

      Nuetral? Non-Partisan?

      http://www.followthemoney.org/show-me?f-core=1&c-t-eid=11022813#%5B{1|gro=d-eid

      Instead I’m afraid that Fullerton’s trust has been sorely misplaced, and the residents of Fullerton appear foolish to the rest of the world for continuing to trust in their words as the truth.

  14. #22 by Anonymous on December 21, 2015 - 12:22 pm

    And saying you go to great lengths to provide accurate information is nonsense and there is example after example of you doing exactly the opposite.
    One example that stands out is the time you and Joe trotted out that unsuspecting African American woman who claimed her boyfriend was the victim of police brutality and unnecessarily tasered.
    You recklessly and irresponsibly put this lady in front of the city council without knowing a single fact about what actually happened.
    The truth is that the man wound, who was extremely uncooperative, wound up pleading guilty to resisting arrest in that matter and has an extensive criminal record, which includes at least two prison terms, one that was related to firearms possession.
    Also true is that the officer actually showed great restraint in dealing with the man and only deployed his Taser as a last resort.

    • #23 by hard or soft option on December 21, 2015 - 1:21 pm

      Is that you?

    • #24 by Anonymous on December 21, 2015 - 10:01 pm

      The woman who spoke at that Council meeting was the man’s wife. She was a manager at McDonalds, on Brookhurst south of Orangethorpe.

      I do not know of any previous criminal record of the man who was tased repeatedly . . . and neither did the cops. If they have ex-post facto found “dirt” about him, how would that justify their treatment of him prior to learning any details? These “after the fact” justifications for coarse and abusive treatment should be completely discounted.

      The job of police officers is to efficiently detain or arrest suspects without escalated drama and conflict. Choosing to punish someone suspected of a crime is corrupt practice since it is not the responsibility nor is it even allowable for cops to mete out punishment.

  15. #25 by Barry Levinson on December 21, 2015 - 1:58 pm

    I must have hit a very exposed nerve because the vermin have come out of the woodwork.

    Once again those who fight so hard to keep the truth under wraps are spewing total nonsense about me. No proof, no evidence just unmitigated character assassination. Shame on all of you who defame me and know it. That is the reason you never give your real names. You are cowards and liars. What a great combination. November 2016 can’t come soon enough.

  16. #26 by Anonymous on December 21, 2015 - 2:37 pm

    Go ahead and keep calling people names who call you out but you still have not responded to the post. How can you make such serious accusations regarding a police incident without knowing a single fact about what happened? I’m speaking specifically about the comments from the African American woman at the council meeting and on this website.

    • #27 by Anonymous on December 21, 2015 - 2:58 pm

      Fullerton PD is corrupt thug murderers

    • #28 by Anon on December 21, 2015 - 3:18 pm

      You should be asking that question of all the peeps involved in the totally FALSE claims made in the police complaint against Mr. Levinson and Mr. Gutierrez.

      But, no, it’s okay to falsely accuse (WITH HELP FROM THE CITY COUNCIL) two innocent men.

  17. #29 by Anonymous on December 21, 2015 - 3:37 pm

    Either print your real name and provide any proof supporting your baseless negative comments about Mr. Levinson or get the heck off this website.
    Liar – one who makes an untrue statement with the intent to deceive.
    Coward – one who shows disgraceful fear, quivering in a corner like a little baby.
    These are the people who support our current city government. God help us all!

  18. #30 by Anonymous on December 21, 2015 - 3:51 pm

    Ah. I see. So Mr. Levinson is falsely accused of assault and that makes it perfectly ok for Mr Levinson to accuse the police of racial profiling and assault without a spec of proof. Now there is some some sound logic! Notice how he has yet to respond to the above post related to this specific incident … the man who prides himself on being well informed before speaking publicly. I’ll ask again: Tell us Barry. What did you know about the incident involving the African American man before you decided to make public statements about it? Here’s my prediction. He’ll either acuse me of being a police union hack or he’ll just change the subject. Guaranteed he won’t answer the question.

    • #31 by Fullerton Lover on December 21, 2015 - 4:47 pm

      As I recall from this city council meeting, this woman claimed was VERY upset that her husband was Tasered by the FPD while cleaning graffiti from the apartment that he worked at.

      I guess my question would be to anonymous, is how would anyone, including yourself, have access to her husband’s prior arrest record?

      There is only one agency in town that I know that would be able to this man’s access prior arrests and convictions, and it isn’t the Parks and Recreation department!

    • #32 by Anonymous on December 21, 2015 - 5:20 pm

      Fullerton cops maime frame and kill. They even do it on camera and get away with it.

    • #33 by Anonymous on December 21, 2015 - 10:44 pm

      Anonymous the truth will set you free. Try it sometime.

    • #34 by Joe Imbriano on December 21, 2015 - 10:56 pm

      Barry didn’t try to put the thug cops in jail like the thug cops that tried to frame him and put him in jail. I was the one who did the interview and posted the article. The woman shows up at council with accusations that didn’t resonate with Jan and Jenn, you know the two that are so sympathetic to the plight of the afflicted when it is politically expedient, so she was interviewed. Where is the dash cam video by the way?

      • #35 by Anonymous on December 22, 2015 - 9:33 am

        So you interviewed a woman who just happened to show up at a council meeting to say her boyfriend was tasered by the cops on MLK Day and just decided to take her at her word without knowledge of what actually happened. Then you write your own commentary and post it with your video on your website. If you are going to accuse police officers of assault, you better be sure you have looked into her accusations before making public accusations yourself. Why did her boyfriend plead guilty to resisting arrest? By the way, FPD doesn’t use dash cams.

        • #36 by Fullerton Lover on December 22, 2015 - 10:20 am

          For the record, resisting arrest is a misdemeanor and is defined as resisting, obstructing, or delaying a law enforcement officer in the performance of his/her duty.

          Example: You have been speeding on the highway and an officer pulls over your vehicle. After some questions by the police officer, he attempts to search your vehicle. You protest the search believing its not warranted, and the police officer threatens to arrest you if you do not sit calmly. You continue to assert your rights and the police officer attempts to arrest you but you refuse to be handcuffed. Under this scenario you would be resisting arrest under California law.

          Not a very high standard to get this conviction under the circumstances.

          As I recall, the fellow that was arrested, was understandably a little indignant that the police arrived on the scene as if they were confronting a gang banger spray painting on an apartment wall, as opposed to a black man that worked at the apartments, who was in the act of CLEANING the graffiti as part of his job as a maintenance man EMPLOYED by the apartment complex.

          Big difference huh?

        • #37 by Anonymous on December 22, 2015 - 3:04 pm

          Why dont they use dash cams? Ok where is the body cam footage? Here is the article where she is accusing them and Joe reports on her “allegations”. https://thefullertoninformer.com/more-allegations-of-fpd-police-brutality-involving-an-epileptic-man-who-was-repeatedly-tazed-in-front-of-his-9-and-11-year-old-children/

          • #38 by Virtually on December 23, 2015 - 10:01 am

            Virtually every single allegation made by the woman, and Joe, in that so-called report are flat-out lies. Every single one.
            Joe and Barry’s hatred for law enforcement is obvious.

            • #39 by Specifically on December 23, 2015 - 10:19 am

              What gave it away?

              Could you see the cue cards that Joe was holding up coercing the mother to say that her husband’s 9 and 11 year old children stood by and watched their Father get Tasered by the police?

              Or was it the part where you can over hear Barry Levinson whispering in the woman’s ear to not to forget to include the part about where the two little girls tried to ask the Fullerton police officers to quit hurting their Father?

            • #40 by Anonymous on December 23, 2015 - 12:36 pm

              You are defending killers; you are defending the defenseless.

            • #41 by Barry Levinson on December 23, 2015 - 1:51 pm

              One more time I must set the record straight. My two biggest heroes in my life were and still are my deceased dad and his brother. Both of them career NYC police officers. They wore the NYC police officer’s uniform with pride and dignity. They went to work everyday with one goal in mind, which was to serve and protect the public. They were great police officers who always honorably performed their jobs.

              The only police officers I do not care for are the ones that tarnish the good reputation of all the fine police officers throughout this country.

              • #42 by Anonymous on December 23, 2015 - 1:54 pm

                You mean like the ones who brutally murdered Kelly Thomas and the ones who covered up for the murderers?

              • #43 by Anonymous on December 24, 2015 - 11:58 am

                Yeah right. Whatever
                Barry, you’re pretty much known as a cop hater around town. You are from NY?? Thought you were from Massachusetts. Isn’t that where you filed BK?

                • #44 by Barry Levinson on December 24, 2015 - 2:13 pm

                  I only lived in Massachusetts while attending school. I have never filed for or even contemplated filing for bankruptcy in my entire life.

                  Anonymous you symbolize the very worst in society. You are totally devoid of any ethics. You disgust me and I would not be surprised if you disgust yourself as well.

                  I can only hope that one day your identity will be exposed and then you will be held accountable for all your lies.

                  • #45 by Anonymous on December 25, 2015 - 8:13 pm

                    Devoid of ethics … Certainly a topic you know about sir. And you and Joe post anonymously all the time on this site and you darn well know it.

                    • #46 by Anonymous on December 26, 2015 - 7:33 am

                      It is you who is devoid of ethics sir or madam. Kindly provide the proof of your allegations and link to it here. You know I cannot wait for the election season. It is gonna get real good this time. The lid is gonna come all the way off the pot. You cannot stop this machine because it answers to no one.

                • #47 by Anon on December 26, 2015 - 12:46 pm

                  You work to spread lies and misinformation. You belong on another site.

              • #52 by Ha! on December 24, 2015 - 12:57 pm

                New York police officers??? NYPD was one of the most corrupt LE agencies in the country for decades!

                • #53 by Anon on December 24, 2015 - 7:13 pm

                  Of course not all police officers are corrupt, not in NYC and not in Fullerton.

                  Do everyone a favor and stop making such stupid comments.

        • #54 by streets on December 24, 2015 - 11:12 am

          Are you kidding? After 10 doctor vistits you ask why did he plead guilty? Well what the heck were his options? Jail time? Was he coerced? Of course he was. Duh. Don’t you know how things go down? They drag you in, wear you down and get you to sign your life away. That’s what happened to this guy who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. He is lucky they didn’t kill him too like they killed Kelly.

      • #55 by Reality Is..... on December 23, 2015 - 4:29 pm

        Aren’t all bad guys innocent and just misunderstood? Don’t all family members always no matter what claim innocence and police abuse? Jesus.

  19. #56 by Anonymous on December 21, 2015 - 9:58 pm

    An arrest report and a person’s criminal record are public information genius. Dude’s name was published in the newspaper. It took all of about 5 minutes to find out he did two terms in prison, and had a conviction for firearms posession. And while he was not writing graffiti, he was ID’d by the woman who called the police to report a person writing graffiti. If he didnt behave like a jackass to the responding officer, who was merely trying to assess the situation, the situation would have been straightened otesolved in about two minutes and everyone would have gone on with their day

    • #57 by Fullerton Lover on December 22, 2015 - 7:20 am

      The woman who spoke at that Council meeting was the man’s wife. She was a manager at McDonalds, on Brookhurst south of Orangethorpe.
      I do not know, and neither did the police, of any previous criminal record of the man who was tased repeatedly for cleaning up graffiti at the apartment where he lived
      If they have ex-post facto found “dirt” about him, how would that justify their treatment of him prior to learning any details? These “after the fact” justifications for coarse and abusive treatment should be completely discounted.
      The job of police officers is to efficiently detain or arrest suspects without escalated drama and conflict. Choosing to punish someone suspected of a crime is corrupt practice since it is not the responsibility nor is it even allowable for cops to mete out punishment.

    • #58 by Fullerton Lover on December 22, 2015 - 7:36 am

      I don’t believe the “dude’s name” was ever published by the Fullerton Observer.

    • #59 by Fullerton Lover on December 22, 2015 - 8:30 am

      You know I’ve honestly been giving your comment some thought. Your remarks made me want to go back and research the old editions of the Fullerton Observer to ascertain whether or not the man whose wife was claiming he was Tasered while cleaning graffiti from the apartment where he worked and also lived.

      I noticed this letter to the Fullerton Observer from “J.M.F.” of Fullerton commending the Editor for printing their front page article which in essence, smeared the character of our Parks and Recreation Commissioner, Barry Levinson.

      Fair
      Thank you for the very complete and
      fair coverage of the Levinson affair. It is a
      constant reminder to me of what a great
      service you do to our city every single
      month.
      JMF Fullerton

      http://media.wix.com/ugd/50dca9_53db346493354e2b82249b3e7f7688be.pdf

      Hmmm I wondered. Who here in Fullerton would take the time to write a letter to the Fullerton Observer’s leftist Editor Sharon Kennedy, with the initials J.M.F. that lives here in Fullerton?

      Does anyone else think that it might be the same woman that also advertises her legal services through the Fullerton Observer like City Councilwoman Jan M. Flory?

      http://www.ci.fullerton.ca.us/gov/citycouncil/janflory.asp

      • #60 by Anonymous on December 22, 2015 - 10:48 am

        Fullerton Lover, resisting arrest can most definitely be prosecuted as a felony. Bone up on your knowledge of criminal law.

        • #61 by Fullerton Lover on December 22, 2015 - 11:04 am

          I didn’t say that resisting arrest couldn’t be prosecuted as a felony.

          Was this man charged and convicted of a felony resisting arrest charge?

          Please provide whatever documents that you have to verify what you say is true.

        • #62 by Anonymous on December 22, 2015 - 11:08 am

          You have to have probable cause Anonymous to arrest anyone. But the FPD does not play by the rules, never have and under Dan Hughes never will! POBAR allows for Corrupt Policing. We have example after example after example to show that too many FPD officers are criminals themselves preying on the citizens of Fullerton. Ramos, Cincinelli, Wolfe, Bair, Rincon, etc. etc. etc. The last two preying on women while on duty. Great job Dan Hughes. I believe all of these moral midgets are your direct reports. The FPD is so, so bad that when I now see a FPD police car, I immediately feel much less safe. For a thug, is a thug, is a thug and the fact you also have a badge only makes it more dangerous for the average Fullerton citizen.

          • #63 by Anonymous on December 22, 2015 - 12:32 pm

            OC Superior Court
            Case Number: 15NM01192

            Vernon Lee Jackson

            • #64 by Fullerton Lover on December 22, 2015 - 1:15 pm

              Thanks for the assistance in setting the record straight.

              https://ocapps.occourts.org/Vision_PublicNS/Case.do#formAnchor

              According to OC court records, I think we can BOTH agree, based on these court records, that Mr. Jackson was in fact charged with a MISDEMEANOR count of resisting arrest.

              After ten different appearances in the OC court system, (how much did that cost us as residents) Mr. Jackson, did in fact plead guilty to resisting arrest, and received a slap on the wrist sentence by the Judge of three years of informal probation.

              Thanks again for your help.

              • #65 by Anonymous on December 22, 2015 - 4:20 pm

                The point is this: Imbriano and Levinson trot out an African American woman and make it sound as though a cop just decided to show up and I saw a black man on Martin Luther King day for no reason. When it couldn’t be further from the truth.

                • #66 by Anonymous on December 22, 2015 - 4:54 pm

                  What makes you think Imbriano and Levinson put her up to this whole thing? Just curious.

                  • #67 by Fullerton Lover on December 22, 2015 - 5:16 pm

                    That was also my question!

                    Joe first met this woman in the foyer of a city hall meeting that she was at to air her grievances to the City Council about the manner in which her husband was treated by the Fullerton police in front of their then 11 year old daughter.

                    Anybody that knows Joe Imbriano, knows that he is ALWAYS packing a video camera.

                    I can tell you unequivocally that Joe, Barry, or any body or any thing other than the conduct of the FPD, caused this woman to step forward to be heard by the City Council during the public comments portion of the meeting that night.

                    The rich irony was that the man and his wife were both black, and the city council meeting just happened to occur on Martin Luther King Day.

                    Shame on an Italian like Imbriano and a Jew like Levinson for listening to her side of the story!

                    (sarcasm is the lowest form of witticism, which is why I seldom “trot it out” ; )

                    Only in Fullerton.

                    • #68 by Anonymous on December 23, 2015 - 10:09 am

                      First of all, the man was the woman’s boyfriend, not husband.
                      Trust me, there is no way in hell that this woman, on her own, just decided to show up at a council meeting and accuse a police officer of an assault on MLK Day … no way in hell. And Joe knows it.

                      And to your point about Joe toting a video camera everywhere he goes:
                      True! He does exactly that!
                      Yet, when he was asked by police if he would show them his recording of Levinson’s alleged assault of the ATT rep in the lobby, he refused.
                      Believe me, if Joe’s video showed no altercation between Levinson and the ATT rep, he would have posted the video would have posted the video all over the place.
                      Joe is full of crap and he knows it.

                  • #69 by Anonymous on December 23, 2015 - 11:59 am

                    Oh believe me. Joe and Barry absolutely knew this woman was going to show up at the council meeting that night. It was all very orchestrated.

                    And what a crack-up. A anonymous poster calling another anonymous poster to use his/her real name if they are going to make defaming comments.

                    Truth is that 99 percent of the posters on this site, including Joe, use pseudonyms or just post as “anonymous” and fire off defaming comments all the time.
                    But when the comments are made about Joe or Barry, we are cowards if we don’t ID ourselves.
                    Funny!

                    • #70 by Barry Levinson on December 23, 2015 - 1:38 pm

                      Anonymous says “Oh believe me, Joe and Barry absolutely know this woman was going to show up at the council that night. It was all very orchestrated.” Either provide proof that I orchestrated this or stop saying things that you know are not true.

                      If you want to see something orchestrated, go to the October 21, City of Fullerton Council video to witness an orchestrated attempt to assassinate my good name.

                      Now consider what Anonymous expects the reader to accept as follows:
                      We are asked to believe someone (Anonymous) who refuses to give us his/her name.
                      I can just see Anonymous putting his invisible right hand on a bible stating, I Anonymous do solemnly swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help me (whoever I am) God.

                      It is so sad that you are both so morally deficient as to regularly try to misinform the readers and that you are so bad at doing it.

                      Merry Christmas Anonymous. You truly are this websites gift from heaven.

                    • #71 by Fullerton Lover on December 23, 2015 - 7:26 pm

                      And to your point about Joe toting a video camera everywhere he goes:

                      True! He does exactly that!

                      “Yet, when he was asked by police if he would show them his recording of Levinson’s alleged assault of the ATT rep in the lobby, he refused.
                      Believe me, if Joe’s video showed no altercation between Levinson and the ATT rep, he would have posted the video would have posted the video all over the place.
                      Joe is full of crap and he knows it.”

                      For the record, let’s review what the Miranda warning tells us all, and then ask yourself, what what a prudent person would do?

                      “Anything said, to the police, can and WILL be used AGAINST you…not for you….AGAINST you”

                      Capiche?

          • #72 by Reality Is..... on December 23, 2015 - 4:32 pm

            Reasonable suspicion to make contact and probable cause for the contact. Then the guy goes wild and wants to fight the cops. Someone calls on someone doing something, the cops have plenty of cause to make the contact. What happens after that is usually up to the person being contacted. I would never have an issue with a cop contacting me. This clown and Kelly did have an issue and they dictated how it went from there.

        • #73 by Reality Is..... on December 23, 2015 - 4:30 pm

          Resisting arrest will never be a felony. Nice try. Assaulting a police officer can be a felony if significant injuries.

      • #74 by Anonymous on December 22, 2015 - 10:53 am

        Fullerton Lover I guess JMF is intellectually and morally challenged in the PC vernacular.
        In plain English, JMF is morally bankrupt and intellectually very dishonest. If JMF is Ms. Flory, please note that she shared her law offices for many years with a convicted sex offender. Please remember this Fullerton voters when Ms. Flory runs for reelection. Why is this not brought out when she is featured at all the local Woman’s Conferences? Ms. Flory is a real piece of work and not worthy to represent the city of Fullerton.

      • #77 by Sid on December 28, 2015 - 8:33 am

        Of course it was Jan Flory. Look at the cover as Joe pointed out. Nice work Barry. Sorry you had to go through all this.

    • #78 by Reality Is..... on December 23, 2015 - 4:29 pm

      and he probably pled no contest right?

  20. #79 by Anonymous on December 21, 2015 - 9:59 pm

    An arrest report and a person’s criminal record are public information genius. Dude’s name was published in the newspaper. It took all of about 5 minutes to find out he did two terms in prison, and had a conviction for firearms posession. And while he was not writing graffiti, he was ID’d by the woman who called the police to report a person writing graffiti. If he didnt behave like a jackass to the responding officer, who was merely trying to assess the situation, the situation would have been straightened out in about two minutes and everyone would have gone on with their day

  21. #80 by Barry Levinson on December 22, 2015 - 9:57 pm

    Fullerton Lover the Fullerton establishment is running scared and when that happens they say and do some very silly things.

    I can still remember the FPOA PAC sponsored mailer that stated “Sebourn voted against a measure that would have removed Levinson from his cushy, taxpayer-funded post.” I repeat for the record that I have been a volunteer committee member on the Parks and Recreation Committee since February 2011. I receive absolutely no salary or fees for my volunteer service. I do not even get reimbursed for mileage for my attendance of monthly committee meetings.

    I am still waiting for an official apology from the FPOA PAC. I suggest they send out another mailer with an apology and a correction of this totally false information about me.

    At least I can say that the FPOA and the FPD are consistent. They have been consistently wrong in their assertions and allegations about me. Maybe just maybe it has something to do with what the FPD Police Chief said about me at a 2014 city council meeting. Quote by Dan Hughes. “I could hate Mr. Levinson.”

    By the way the mailer says the source of all the information is from the OC Register on 10/22/2014 and the Fullerton Observer in August 2013. There is no reference to my cushy, taxpayer-funded post in either supposed source documents as stated by the FPOA mailer. One more inaccuracy by the FPOA. Question: With all these proven errors, one could wonder if they ever get any story right? You would hope that as trained police officers they would be more careful in making sure they get their facts straight? And folks all this happened after the FPD had been reformed under our new chief of police, Dan Hughes.

    • #81 by Reality Is..... on December 23, 2015 - 4:39 pm

      LOL Barry. Do you really think that the Fullerton is running scared? Come on. You have been around a long time. You know, as well as I do, they could care less what you or Joe say and probably couldn’t repeat anything you guys ever say because they don’t even listen. Chief and City Manager as well. That’s why I always say the most you guys can bring up is things from the past, more than 5 years old, and you expect people to care. People don’t care. That’s why Joe will never be on the council unless he can get Tony Bushala to invest $500,000 again to try to buy off the city. Then you have to do what Tony B says though, and that usually doesn’t last long. I’ve smoked a few joints with Tony and Travis in my day, he has some of the best weed in the valley but he’s way out there too. You see his roosters at his house? LOL

      • #82 by Telling It Like It Is on December 23, 2015 - 5:04 pm

        Reality Is, is once again misinforming the readers. The fact that you are on this website provides evidence that the establishment types and their defenders, like you, are worried that the gravy train might be derailed. If you weren’t worried you would not be on this site at all. The proof is in the pudding. I have no crystal ball, but eventually the people of Fullerton will get feed up with the broken roads, sewers, budgets and police department. Your deathly afraid that one day you might have earn a living like the rest of us and put money away for retirement rather than sucking the living daylights out of the Fullerton taxpayer.

      • #84 by Anonymous on December 23, 2015 - 8:25 pm

        Yup! If Barry and Joe run for the council, they’ll be lucky to raise $100 between them.

  22. #85 by Reality Is..... on December 23, 2015 - 4:35 pm

    LOL now I want to see Joe’s video of the Barry altercation! You know as well as I do that there was more to this than Barry is saying. Dirty dirty!!

    Yea, Joe and Barry jumped on this black bandwagon quick. Pled guilty, duh. it’s always that way. Pled guilty but treated wrong. Blah.

    Barry Levinson :
    Anonymous says “Oh believe me, Joe and Barry absolutely know this woman was going to show up at the council that night. It was all very orchestrated.” Either provide proof that I orchestrated this or stop saying things that you know are not true.
    If you want to see something orchestrated, go to the October 21, City of Fullerton Council video to witness an orchestrated attempt to assassinate my good name.
    Now consider what Anonymous expects the reader to accept as follows:
    We are asked to believe someone (Anonymous) who refuses to give us his/her name.
    I can just see Anonymous putting his invisible right hand on a bible stating, I Anonymous do solemnly swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help me (whoever I am) God.
    It is so sad that you are both so morally deficient as to regularly try to misinform the readers and that you are so bad at doing it.
    Merry Christmas Anonymous. You truly are this websites gift from heaven.

  23. #86 by Anonymous on December 23, 2015 - 4:49 pm

    Barry,
    I’ll go back to the first question. Would be great if you could provide a direct answer. If you are so sure that the whole thing was a set up, that you were defamed, why don’t you file a lawsuit? Joe could offer up his video that he took of the incident and you should have no problem winning a judgment against the city. There Is a reason I am anonymous. Some people on this site know A lot more about you than you realize.

    • #87 by Anonymous on December 23, 2015 - 5:02 pm

      Since the city feed showed nothing, Barry should file based on that and that alone. Since when does a private citizen need to constantly film his comings and goings just to stay out of jail?

      • #88 by Joe Imbriano on December 23, 2015 - 10:46 pm

        I agree. Barry has a strong case. The city’s altered feed is really incriminating.

        • #89 by Witness on December 24, 2015 - 6:04 am

          I witnessed it. “It” was nothing, a non-event. As I am a witness, all of the liars are now known to me. The desperate city liars will go to great lengths, that much is evident.

    • #90 by Fullerton Lover on December 24, 2015 - 8:18 am

      Anonymous,

      When public women indulge themselves in abuse, when they deny others a fair trial, when they resort to innuendo and insinuation, to libel, scandal, and suspicion, then our democratic society is outraged, and democracy is baffled.

      J. William Fulbright

      • #91 by Anonymous on December 24, 2015 - 11:52 am

        Only women?

        • #92 by Fullerton Lover on December 24, 2015 - 12:14 pm

          The statement applies to both sexes, however the Editor of the Fullerton Observer is a woman.

          • #93 by Anonymous on December 24, 2015 - 3:37 pm

            Oh? Who did she abuse?

            • #94 by Fullerton Lover on December 25, 2015 - 1:09 am

              The public’s trust.

            • #95 by Anonymous on December 26, 2015 - 5:54 am

              Which woman? Mr Ed?

  24. #96 by interesting on December 23, 2015 - 8:28 pm

    Anyone know who the first guy who made a comment at the last council meeting is? He has a website called cellphoneskillspermcells.com. Some good stuff!

    • #97 by Anonymous on December 25, 2015 - 6:00 pm

      Don’t know who he was but he made a lot of sense. Didn’t follow the typicall establishment trend.

    • #98 by Anonymous on December 26, 2015 - 1:03 am

      Yeah he came from Tony’s rooster cage after smoking out with the blonde. I think he is Joe’s running mate.

      • #99 by Anonymous on December 26, 2015 - 2:36 pm

        LOL!!!

      • #100 by Fullerton Lover on December 29, 2015 - 12:05 pm

        FYI…

        City Council candidates do not have “running mates”.

        Presidential candidates do.

      • #101 by Reality Is..... on January 5, 2016 - 5:10 pm

        LOL Tony’s rooster cage. Too funny. I’ve been to Tony’s house before. Man that dude is KooKoo. He smokes so much weed that the can’t see straight and wakes up to roosters each morning. LOL

  25. #102 by Barry Levinson on December 26, 2015 - 2:13 pm

    Here are the facts.
    1. You have Reality Is, Ha, Specifically and Anonymous attacking me with no supporting evidence, just pure character assassination.
    2. They consistently say that I have no support or influence.
    3. Yet they are on this site constantly, with approximately 30 posts for this one article alone.

    Conclusion: Does anyone who believes this site in general and me specifically have absolutely no support or influence spend so much time falsely attacking me?

    I report, you decide.

    Again, I can only hope that one day really soon that these cowardly, morally deficient cretins’ identities get exposed.

    • #103 by Anonymous on December 29, 2015 - 10:13 am

      It is ok for you to give your one sided views on just how “corrupt” our city leaders are. Go ahead and put up or shut up.

    • #104 by Reality Is..... on January 4, 2016 - 8:21 am

      You committed assault. you know you did. You got out of it by intimidating the victim. Simple. Happens daily in the justice system.

      You have an agenda. The same as Tony Bushala did. It won’t win and has no shot. You want to be voted in, with Joe, to vote how you want to vote and make amends for all you feel has been wrong toward you over the years. You don’t care about the people or the majority. You care about yourself, the minority, and trying to screw as many people as you can. Yes there are posts on here, because of us. Not because of you. Without us this blog would have died long ago.

  26. #105 by Anonymous on December 28, 2015 - 8:45 pm

    Fitzpringle and FJUHSD Bond Committee? :
    Isn’t there a conflict of interest with Fitzpringle serving three masters? City of Fullerton, FJUHSD Bond Chairperson, & Pringle and Associates?
    Yes, there most definitely is.

    She is the head of the bond oversight committee

  27. #106 by Fullerton -The Cesspool City Government on December 29, 2015 - 9:30 pm

    It seems that Anonymous is loosing his/her cool. People with little or no moral character hate the truth.
    We now have more evidence of corruptness within our high ranking city officials.
    Maybe we should have the city attorney look into it. But he has no time to do that for he works 80 hours every two weeks according to his timecard as a Westminister employee. Oh, I forgot, he says he does not work as many hours as he claims (because he is a professional) on his official timecard. So I guess he has plenty of time to contemplate the corruption in Fullerton. I wonder what high ranking city official he should start with to begin his corruption and conflict of interest investigation? Any suggestions Anonymous?

    • #107 by Joe Imbriano on December 29, 2015 - 10:43 pm

      A cesspool City government protected by thug cops that frame, maim and murder.

      • #108 by Reality Is..... on January 4, 2016 - 8:19 am

        and continue to be defamed by people like you even after a jury finds them not guilty. Is that really the type of councilperson that Fullerton needs? No.

  28. #109 by Barry Levinson on January 1, 2016 - 1:31 pm

    Here is hoping that by next year Fullerton has a majority of council members who put the interests of the public first. Isn’t that a refreshing idea?

    Here is one way we can get closer to that goal. Look closely at the professions of those seeking office? Do their day jobs have the potential to be in conflict with their sworn duties to represent you the people?
    If the answer is yes, I would suggest not voting for that person. I promise you that if you follow that one simple rule, you are on the way to a better, more open government.

    • #110 by Telling It Like It Is on January 1, 2016 - 3:24 pm

      Your suggestion Mr. Levinson makes a lot of sense to me.
      Now, I am waiting for replies from all those who practice the not so subtle intimidation game by using baseless character assassination to come up with a comeback to Mr. Levinson’s very reasonable and logical suggestion to the Fullerton voters.
      But then again, they never do use logic, reason or the truth in all their responses, so why would they start using those tools of common sense and integrity now. Remember folks these people are the same ones who currently defend and love the Fullerton status quo. Reminds me of an old saying, birds of the same feather fly together

    • #111 by Reality Is..... on January 4, 2016 - 8:19 am

      Barry. Can you really say you will vote for the people and not your personal vendetta machine or how you want the City to be run?. Come on. Wake up. You can’t even say that with a straight face.

  29. #112 by Fullerton Lover on January 2, 2016 - 8:11 am

    There does seem to be a real slant towards Teachers, Lawyers, and ex-law enforcement running the Fullerton city council over the years?

    I’d say that roughly 80-90% of the city councilman have in fact either have been…

    Retired Teachers:
    Molly McClanahan, A.B. “Buck”Catlin

    Teachers:
    Chris Norby, Pam Keller, Sharon Quirk Silva.

    Law Enforcement Retirees:
    Don Bankhead, Pat McKinley, Mike Clesceri.

    Lawyers:
    Jan M Flory, Douglas Chaffee, Shawn Nelson

    Government Lobbyist:
    Jennifer Fitzgerald

    …all of them gaming the system for the benefit of their peers in law enforcement, Teaching, and government lobbying.

    All of whom more than willing to suck us all dry to live out there lives in splendor, while the rest of us are left with the prospects of hoping that their maximum retirement of $24,000 a year from Social Security will still be there when you go to retire.

    Doesn’t look the same as these Fullerton retirees does it?
    http://transparentcalifornia.com/pensions/search/?q=fullerton&y=

    How about those LOW Fullerton salaries that they always say justifies there sizeable retirements?

    http://transparentcalifornia.com/salaries/2014/fullerton/

    Do I need to say more?

  30. #113 by Reality Is..... on January 4, 2016 - 8:22 am

    and Chief Hughes supports this message. 🙂

  31. #114 by Barry Levinson on January 4, 2016 - 5:24 pm

    Didn’t you very recently say that nobody cares what I think Reality Is? Well more than two weeks after this article was first posted apparently you still care what I think and say Reality Is. You care very, very much.

    • #115 by Anon on January 5, 2016 - 7:12 am

      Yes, I agree. Why is “Reality Is . . . ” here and who is he trying to convince?

      • #116 by Reality Is..... on January 5, 2016 - 5:08 pm

        I’m the people. You don’t care about the people? I already knew that. But you want DannyBoy to care about you right? Can’t have it both ways sweet cheeks.

        See you at the council meeting.

        Love,

        DannyBoy

    • #117 by Reality Is..... on January 5, 2016 - 5:07 pm

      I think that if you or Joe made it to the council, Fullerton would die a slow death and cease to exist. It’s really that simple. What you say and Joe say and others like you is good education for everyone to know. You are both very smart, but you are both pushing your personal agendas and not the will of the people.

  32. #118 by Telling It Like It Is on January 5, 2016 - 10:50 am

    Anon, Reality Is very likely is someone who has a vested interest in keeping the status quo in Fullerton city government. His comment a month ago about a shooting in Fullerton was posted real time and that leads me to believe that Reality Is, is a police officer. I know that is a very scary thought but he would fit in so nicely with our police chief.

    • #119 by Reality Is..... on January 5, 2016 - 5:06 pm

      Many have said over the years that I’m Chief Hughes. I’ve been around for many many years. I was the main contributor to Tony B’s FFFF blog. I was over half the posts made on that blog until a defamation lawsuit shut that site down in one day and Tony went back into hiding smoking his weed.

  33. #120 by Summer's Eve on September 7, 2016 - 9:29 am

    Keller and Kennedy, now that is a marketable product. Just put one of their pictures on the box and the other’s picture on the bottle.

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