Sunday, December 29, 2019

ICYMI- @TheLaurelCT cites burgeoning interest in @LouistheCoinbio


  • TheLaurelCT Twitter

  • What is The Laurel?

  • WTIC & WVOX podcasts on Louis book

  • Louis the Coin book website

  • Federal prosecutor's 2019 sentencing memo cites book [PAGES 3-16], some of Louis' exploits


    The Author’s Note (dated December 9, 2014) sets the theme: Did I really sit at the right hand of Raymond in Providence? Did I really soak the sheets with red wine in a week of partying with three young women in Rome? Did that police chief really thank me for fixing my speeding ticket going 140 mph in a Lamborghini – after the event made the nightly news???

    ... at the age of 22, he created cheap models of the Vatican-owned statue “Pieta” by Michelangelo and sold them to avid church members outside the 1964 World Fair in New York. (p. 44)

    COLAVECCHIO took pride in duping any system at all, including “Ma Bell.” (Chapter 8). In the age of pay phones, COLAVECCHIO made and sold “black boxes” a device that allowed users to place long distance calls free of charge.

    At 77 years of age, with a variety of medical conditions that he claimed are debilitating, and after being granted pretrial release, COLAVECCHIO soon tested positive for cocaine. When confronted about his drug use by his supervising probation officer, he denied addiction, refused treatment, and explained that the drugs were just for sex.

    Friday, February 08, 2019

    Spirit of Jim Crow Alive and Well in Hartford, CT -- ABUSE OF POWER, From the Street to City Hall

    Editor's Note:
    Coach Tylon Outlaw ultimately accepted a settlement of $450,000 for the vicious beatdown.

    Unpublished Opinion,
    U.S. Magistrate Judge William Garfinkel,
    4 Pages, at Bottom of this Post

    Mayor Luke Bronin Ducks Interview, Perpetuates Grotesque Miscarriage
    of Justice, Going on 15 Years:

    Phony Call for Mediation a Distraction Post-Federal Jury Verdict & Award

    A month before the Bloomfield coach was so severely beaten, the same officer, Michael Allen, actually broke his police baton over the head of another civilian

    NBC CT Broadcast 2-7-19:

  • NBC CT

  • U.S. Magistrate Judge William Garfinkel:

    FULL REPORT Via Inquiring News:

  • U.S. Magistrate Judge William Garfinkel: