http://www.phillyburbs.com/news/local/burlington_county_times_news/judge-dismisses-councilman-s-complaint/article_551eacbd-cd51-52a0-b07d-67e366ce7fc2.html 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