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Your fearless leader is hot on the trail of back door dealings and corrupt politics. Our question of the Day, involves further testimony from AC Officer Brett Raymo (OBR) at the Show Cause Hearing, July 25, 2013.
Upon direct questioning from the Petitioner’s attorney, Philip D. Goldsmith (PDG). Mr. Goldsmith asked the following of Officer Raymo regarding the scene of the staged crime.
PDG – Where – describe where the pigs were. Were they all – altogether –
OBR - ….No, they had their separate pends.
PDG – And so each pig was in a separate pen?
OBR – Except for the other two, and the -- there was a pig – there was one show pig by itself, and then there was two here, one was deceased, and the other was deceased (inaudible).
However, when cross examined by the Respondents’ attorney, Sajid A. Khan (SAK), Officer Raymo’s story changes.
SAK - ….to your recollection, only three pigs in the pen, no other surviving…
OBR – No other –
SAK - --one – one surviving, two deceased?
OBR – Yes.
SAK – I should probably leave it that there were three pigs in the pen, two of them were deceased…
Well, interesting. When Officer Raymo was questioned about the location of the pigs by Mr. Goldsmith, he made it clear that the two pigs were in one pen, and the surviving pig was in its own pen. But when Officer Raymo was questioned by Mr. Khan, he did NOT appear to be as clear. Not once did he correct Mr. Khan as to the number of pigs in one pen.
Knowing that Ms. Sonnenberg’s (the complainant) attorney, Mr. Lievens is Officer Raymo’s employer who controls the financial operation of the Monroe County Animal shelter and therefore creates a HUGE conflict of interest here, one has to question if Officer Raymo’s testimony was perhaps encouraged by individuals who had a monetary stake in the proceedings. Discuss. More to come tomorrow – next up, Merry Payday of SonneyBrook Farms perjurous testimony – UNCOVERED!