Lane Bajardi teams up with Hoboken411’s Perry Klaussen surrendering private information

Yesterday, Grafix Avenger detailed Lane Bajardi’s admission against interest – he admits to knowing various identities of screen names sued in the Bajardi v Pincus civil lawsuit.

Is that a problem?

Lane Bajardi and Kimberly Cardinal Bajardi filed a civil complaint with the court attesting to the screen names listed in paragraph 130 of their litigation being both of the named defendants: MSV and Grafix Avenger (and/or others) but they were targeted for their political speech, not because of anything they wrote was defamatory on local websites.

Every single listed screen name below never saw a single allegation made against them. This was an act of political intimidation deploying a checkbook pure and simple.

The active screen names were guilty of nothing more than opposing corruption, Beth Mason and her Old Guard allies and their actions against Hoboken.

Paragraph 130 Screen Name Defendants turned out to be numerous people Lane Bajardi and Kimberly Cardinal Bajardi knew and they weren’t the named defendants MSV and Grafix Avenger as their lawsuit claimed.

Emails obtained in the litigation prove beyond any reasonable doubt through Lane Bajardi’s and Kimberly Cardinal Bajardi’s own self-authored emails, they had already obtained approximately half of the dozen screen names listed in their complaint previous to the lawsuit’s filing.

All of these people were forced to hire counsel to defend their First Amendment rights and Lane Bajardi and Kimberly Cardinal Bajardi SLAPPed them to the fullest extent of a lie!!

In his July deposition, Lane Bajardi first denies knowing the identity of one, then later admits he did have that person’s identify – courtesy of his intimate relationship with Hoboken411.

More than one person was compromised by using a screen name registered on Hoboken411 and using the same name on other local Hoboken websites. Their mistake was to believe that Hoboken411’s Perry Klaussen wouldn’t hand over their private information to Beth Mason’s rabid political operatives.

One such victim of this vile, less than transparent practice: one Hoboken Horse.

From a true, original, email in May 2009, Lane Bajardi writing under the email goes batshit crazy when SmartyJones addresses another commenter joking how to address a horse and replying to another commenter as JollyJim.

This sends Lane Bajardi into an obsessive Lenzian rant although this Horse had never met or spoken to Michael Lenz, re: Lane’s bogeyman.

Hoboken411’s Perry Klaussen says he didn’t think it was a big deal but says for Lane Bajardi, he has no problem banning SmartyJones although there may be a “backlash.”

Lane Bajardi responds in his “urgent” red bolded mania. A Masonista must be protected from being mislabelled and called “jolly.” He demands action!!

Hoboken411’s Perry Klaussen responds it’s not Sara who is a culprit but her partner.
Obviously, no banning can be even remotely considered let alone occur against a Masonista.
After all, Mason411 has a political agenda to run and censorship goes hand-in-hand with it!

Talking Ed Note: Hoboken411 would go on to eliminate and ban any Reform voice deemed a threat to Beth Mason and seen as supportive in any way of Mayor Dawn Zimmer’s reform policies. Mason411 and Beth Mason’s political operatives weren’t having it!

Beth Mason’s political operatives however were gathering the private personal information of Hoboken residents courtesy of Perry Klaussen at Hoboken411 and found themselves SLAPPed in the Lane Bajardi-Kimberly Cardinal Bajardi lawsuit.

Related: Grafix Avenger published the emails related to this despicable political operation.
One must wonder what Beth Mason has to say about her political operatives now and if the Hudson Reporter has any curiousity on the truth of this litigation. Like the Old Guard, many are hiding under the table and not taking questions.

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