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Connecticut Taxpayer-Funded Agencies Continue to Retaliate Against Whistleblower Jonathan Reich

As of today, Friday, July 22nd 2016, the State of Connecticut and several of its corrupt public employees continue to target whistleblower, Jonathan Reich. The Hartford State’s Attorney’s Office is relentlessly engaging in violations of due process by ignoring a pending case by all means necessary. The corrupt prosecutor, Carl Ajello of Cheshire Connecticut, refuses to communicate with the defendant’s attorney, or respond to the attorney’s 28-item discovery request submitted October 7th 2015.

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Connecticut Career Criminal Hartford State’s Attorney Gail P. Hardy: The Cover-up Is Not Limited To Jonathan Reich

Gail P. Hardy was recently caught framing an individual who in 2005 was tried and convicted falsely for a kidnapping, burglary, and robbery in Waterbury, Connecticut. Hartford State’s Attorney Gail P. Hardy tried to cover-up her involvement through false testimony and the cover-up of a plea deal. Gail P. Hardy had no problem violating the […]

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State of Connecticut, Judge, Avon Police Department, and Hartford State’s Attorney’s Office Caught Manipulating Multiple Investigations to Railroad Sandy Hook Whistleblower Jonathan Reich

As the State of Connecticut works desperately to contain a scandal involving felony court document tampering at the Hartford State’s Attorney’s Office and the Hartford Community Court, Dr. H. Wayne Carver casually takes a vacation to Miami, Florida. A court case relating to Sandy Hook, initiated through false complaints by Dr. H. Wayne Carver is […]

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Assistant State’s Attorney Thomas J. O’Brien, Supervisor Carl Ajello, State of Connecticut Pursue Unlawful Prosecution of Whistleblower with Several Missing Police Reports & Exculpatory Evidence

With compelling exculpatory evidence on the horizon, the journalists here at would like to present our readers with a document that provokes a question in which the Hartford Judicial District must now answer. According to official documents, recently secured on 10/26/2015, by our Field Operations Manager, Gerald Kory, it appears that the State’s Attorney’s […]


FOX-CT Covertly Alters Sandy Hook News Report

Upon careful consideration and multiple attempts to contact Fox-CT and their parent affiliate out of New York City, all have refused and declined comment and/or action on the false narrative and false information posted in their article dated 5/20/13. The specifics of the case and article in question refer to an article posted and dated […]

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Connecticut Senior Assistant State’s Attorney Thomas J. O’Brien Caught Tampering With Official Court Documents – Class D Felony

Senior Assistant State’s Attorney Thomas J. O’Brien was recently found to have tampered with court documents, a Class D felony.  Apparently, new documents have surfaced in their original format before the tampering took place.  The staff have always suspected that felonious activities were taking place in the State’s Attorneys Office, however now that the […]

Ben Malloy, pictured here in a 2007 Greenwich police photo, was arrested again by Darien Police.

Where is the Truth, Equity, and Justice in the Constitution State?

Update to: Why Judge Raymond R. Norko Broke His Own 2 Day Rule (Case reference to Jonathan Reich) “If we do not maintain justice, justice will not maintain us.” – Sir Francis Bacon, Philosopher Connecticut is no newbie when it comes to judicial and congressional bribery such as many known names from various events. This entails examples […]


Why Judge Raymond R. Norko Broke His Own 2 Day Rule

“If you make an exception to a rule, a rule must exist” Upon careful examination of the court rules and procedures, Judge Raymond R. Norko published an article in the Spring 2013 Hartford Community Court Newsletter: This article outlines the key features and qualities that the Hartford Community Court offers to its defendants. As a continuation […]