Wednesday, January 30, 2013

The King is Such a Nice Guy, Just the Kind of Neighbor Everyone Desires

We have attached a letter from the neighbor who's home was severely damaged by the mysterious fire at King Louie's Duplex Home. It shows what a nice guy the King is and how he shows his concern for the neighbors who suffered losses from the fire.

"well all of you people that are crespo followers you need to get a job our home that was terribly damaged by the fire that happened to crespos home the our insurance company came today to replace the wires that were on fire from his fire jan 7th mr crespo and his wife karen came and told our insurance man to get his ladder off of his property so needless to say our guys could not do their job now if any thing happens electrical fire etc guess who s gonna be at fault???can you believe that crespo and his house caused the damage to our house and he like a little kid told the men to get off his property ,in actuality it seems according to land records we are missing 4 feet of land we wonder if its crespo s driveway which means it is our property time will tell but what a heartless son of a b---- but then again look what hes done to his whole family!!!i no longer feel sorry for his wife shes just as bad as he is after what i witnessed this morning!!so all you crespo followers i feel sorry for you all you have no idea what kind of animal he truly is!!"

Gee, maybe Mr Broad & Oak would like the King as his neighbor because he thinks the King is such a swell guy!

We wonder how long it will take for the Fire Investigation to be made public??? The Creep in Levitown PA must have read about the King's Fire and copied it.

The Edgewater Park Reporters 

Friday, January 18, 2013

The King and his record are front page again

Well Beverly Residences, King Five Finger Discount Louie is again the Front Page News in the BCT.  1/18/13 Friday
And more!
Boss Hog is gone 1/18/13 Friday

(additional information & comment from The EP Reporters; We were just informed that the King had his Court Jesters pack the meeting last night to make comments against the actions of the New Council Members. We have to believe he is upset about loosing his snitch/stooge he placed in positions of authority while he was Council President that allowed the King to do what he wanted without accountability. We are surprised that a person who holds the positions of authority, Public Safety Director and City Administrator, would drive into work in a Dukes of Hazard Orange pick-up truck with the Confederate Flag on the tailgate. Shows real consideration to the African American residents of Beverly. ) 

Looks like his credibility and history are starting to catch up to him.

For those of you who think our blog stories are wrong, read the following public record comments that are included in today's BCT article.

"Crespo’s statement also claims Boettger blamed the councilman for a 2010 incident, when the stretch of Broad Street that includes their homes was evacuated after someone phoned authorities to report an “unknown device” connected to a vehicle parked at the councilman’s residence. The New Jersey State Police bomb unit, officers from the Prosecutor’s Office’s Major Crimes Unit, and more than a dozen police officers from several towns responded. No bomb was found.
In the spring, the prosecutors closed their investigation into that case, citing insufficient probable cause to file criminal charges against anyone.
In a letter obtained by the Burlington County Times, an assistant county prosecutor informed the city’s police department there was no evidence that an “identifiable third party placed this (inoperable improvised incendiary device) on Mr. Crespo’s vehicle.
“On the contrary, there is some evidence to suggest that Mr. Crespo himself may have attached this device to his own truck for reasons that remain unknown,” wrote Thaddeus E. Drummond, the prosecutor’s supervisor of the Special Investigations Unit in the May 1, 2010, letter.
The letter didn’t elaborate on the evidence and a spokesman for the prosecutor’s office declined to comment on it.
When asked about the letter in July, Crespo said he didn’t know about it and didn’t believe the case had been closed. "  

Beverly, we have to ask, is this bad penny ever going away?

Maybe! when the fire investigators are finished with the investigation of the King's Duplex House Fire.

Are you readers starting to see a common thread of personal action that seems to follow the King year after year. 

Now maybe you will understand why people are afraid to confront him about his actions.

The Edgewater Park Reporters

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

The King's Home is Damaged by Fire (Thank God no One was Injured)

Link to Friday's BCT article on clothes donation for the King and his family.

 MORE and MORE and More, it just keeps getting more interesting doesn't it. 
We have to ask, were both of his "Landscaping Trucks" parked if front of his "duplex" when it caught fire (spontaneous combustion)? If they were not in front of the house where were they? If anyone knows please send that information to this Blog as a comment.

The Edgewater Park Reporters

More phillycom Pabulum Stories (see link We like the part about how he was boarding up his house Tuesday night (dark outside) during the Re-Org but he made sure he was sworn before the fire.
Is former mayor Cook's son an employee of philly•com? We reporters sure would like to know


 Beverly Residents, below is a link to today's 1/9/13 BCT and the Philadelphia Inquirer on the King Louie Fire. We have to wonder if he is about to pull another rabbit out of his hat. The King's hat must be quite large because he has been pulling rabbits out since he was King of the Mt Holly Gardens. These rabbits must be of the snitch breed of the rabbit family.

The Edgewater Park Reporters 1/9/13

Updated reporting link from the BCT

The King's duplex home was severely damaged by fire last evening while the family was out. It appears that the family cat may have been the only causality from the fire. There was some damage to the homes on each side of the King's duplex.
Thank god that no one was home when the fire broke out. The neighbors reported hearing explosions as the fire raged through the duplex.
We have attached a link to the BCT's story in this morning's edition 1/8/13 below.

The Edgewater Park Reporters