Saturday, October 31, 2009

Loszynski's Campaign Contribution To Auberger: OPINIONS & "ALLEGATIONS"

 
The D&C interviewed the highly paid internal investigator, Joseph Loszynski just days prior to the election on Tuesday. The interview should be read with much skepticism since so much of it is based upon Mr. Loszynski's own allegations and personal opinion which supports (miraculously) John Auberger's "I knew nothing" defense for not managing his employees.

Example: "Loszynski, who is heading an internal investigation into the Greece police, also alleged that Rahn ..." and "I think it was an effort on the part of Chief Rahn to shift total responsibility (for the hirings) to John Auberger," Loszynski said.

While entitled to his own opinion, he should keep it to himself, since the taxpayers are footing the bill for Loszynski to UNCOVER THE FACTS.
 

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

We apparently have a "he said, she said" identity crisis in Greece. Today's D&C quotes our $400,000 special unbiased independent (you want to buy a bridge..price reduced today only!) police dept. investigator Joe Loszynski, and only Loszynski, telling how Pignato's bad behavior was known early on. I guess we now have another "I AM HIM" working at town hall. So Firkins says"I AM HIM" but then Loszynski says no, "I AM HIM". Gosh, I guess the real HIM is too busy telling fantasies on the Lonsberry show to actually do any real work on behalf of the town.
And by the way, when are we going to stop paying Loszynski $5000 a week or whatever plus use of a new Ford Fusion bought for him to regurgitate the same information over and over. Can't Auberger do any of the heavy lifting? Oh, I forgot, he doesn't get involved once a person is hired. He trusts them to do a fine job. I guess Loszynski will have to terminate himself or he will be here forever. Maybe the "other" I AM HIM should step up and end Loszynski's contract since Auberger is preoccupied.
Kind of brings new meaning to the ghosts at Halloween. Where is Auberger? Did I catch a glimpse of him in the dark at town hall? Were there footsteps heard coming from his office? What is that dark shadow in his town owned personal vehicle?
And who was that standing in front of the 4 town board members and having them do a full inspection and present arms of their rubber stamps. One speck of dirt on those important tools of Republican government and you have to make an even larger donation to the Auberger PAC which secretly funds all the town board members campaigns.
Everytime I see a lawn sign for Auberger, I just want to stop and ring the doorbell and ask the homeowner how they can be dumb enough to actually support that cancer that has infested our once proud town. As PT Barnum was quoted, you can fool some of the people all the time and all the people some of the time but you cannot fool all the people all the time.
On Tuesday we hope and pray that only a minority of Greece voters were fooled by Auberger and his evil empire!

SCATS said...

To 12:01PM ~~ I'm assuming that Loszynski is working alone now since Auberger publicly stated that the investigation is complete and that a written report is Loszynski's focus now. As I recall, Joe get's $375/day for pay. The 8 member team was costing us $2750/day in salaries.

I have a big problem with this "interview" that is based on so much personal opinion and supposition and it's timing in relation to the election. We've been hoodwinked once again.

Anonymous said...

Scats - we continually hear about "One of America's safest communities" but it begs the question: Who was responsible for compiling the data used in the determination? Were crimes "reclassified" to portray them less severe? Who in the GPD was responsible for reviewing and submitting the documentation? Mackin? Ball? Rahn? I'm hopeful nothing sinister has taken place, but it does beg the question!

Anonymous said...

The D and C asked for the interview so put on your big girl underwear and calm down!

Anonymous said...

the d and c and it's "award winning" managing editor are showing their biases again

SCATS said...

To 2:11PM ~~ Worse yet, there appear to be a number of crimes where no one gets charged. I wonder how that helps to keep us so "safe." Oh, I get it now! No report,no charges, no crime! DUH!
(Like that accident that Ball is in trouble over ... charges got dropped, Judge Nitti, wasn't it?)

SCATS said...

To 2:18PM ~~ I forgot to respond to you earlier ... if I don't wear my "mankini" then I go commando :)