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Saturday, December 28, 2019

Zoe Barnes meets Deep Throat at the intersection of the subway and the parking garage to discuss the future of mayor Miro Weinberger.

ZB: The Democrats are circling the wagons to protect Miro and do damage control.  PR efforts are in full force.  They released a feel-good story about city employees doing work for Amazon for free, and another about BPD's "Citizens on Patrol" training program.

DT: It's not the crime, it's the cover up.  On Vermont Public Radio Weinberger said that after he put Brandon del Pozo on administrative leave, he huddled up with the City's HR Director Deanna Paluba and City Attorney Eileen Blackwood to discuss what to do next.  He said Paluba had handled “800 of these types of cases."  Now what does that mean?

ZB: What does that mean?  These are questions anyone could ask.

DT: But no one is except you.  Miro tells these two what happened.  He says that on 7/4/19 del Pozo trolled Winkleman with the @WinkleWatchers twitter handle, then destroyed that public record lied about it to a reporter on 7/23/19. Then on 7/28/19 the chief showed up at his house to tell him all this, and that this creepy stalker shit was the last straw.  He told them he took del Pozo's badge and gun.  Then he asked his team how to limit the damage.

ZB: Tell me again why you asked me to delete our texts and the contact for you in my phone...?

DT:  So this conversation took place sometime in the five or six days between 7/28/19 when del Pozo was on administrative leave and 8/2/19 when he went out on medical leave. Paluba, who had "800 cases" of this type said that if this were deemed a "health" or "mental health" issue, they could avoid informing the city council and public of del Pozo's lies and bad behavior.  The City Attorney said that they would need medical documentation and buy-in from del Pozo himself, but it should work because health information is protected.

ZB:  But what about "Lori Spicer?"

DT: Miro admitted on VPR there had never been suspicion of the chief acting impulsively or with lack of judgement due to his injury.  A caller asked the mayor if he reviewed other previous actions of the chief with consideration of the brain injury they're blaming this on, and he fumbled badly.  He had no real answer.  It's highly unlikely that he acted this way due to the injury in ONLY this ONE particular case, and not when he wrote his NYT Op-Ed in November, for example. In fact, it defies belief.

ZB: Now it's worse. Del Pozo lied under oath. But Miro will never let go of power.  He knows he's damaged, but he also knows you can't beat someone with no one. What if the Progs can't find a strong candidate?  He doesn't want his legacy to be a giant pit.

DT: Get the emails or notes between Paluba and Miro between 7/28 and 8/2.  To do that Winkleman will have to sue on a civil rights violation. Talk to other reporters about this....

Deep Throat recedes silently into the darkness and is gone.

posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 1:34 PM   2 comments
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 Democratic Party does Heavy Lifting of Keeping Our Republic

Republican Traitors Betray Constitution in Craven Abdication of Duty

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Lead Found in Hunt School Drinking Water
Tuesday, December 17, 2019
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Dec 17 at 9:26 PM
December 17, 2019

Dear Parents, Guardians and our Staff:
The State of Vermont passed a new law in 2019 that requires all schools and child care providers to test their drinking water for lead. Samples of water from every tap at Hunt Middle School that is reasonably expected to be used for drinking or cooking were collected and sent to the Vermont Department of Health Laboratory for analysis.
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  • One or more of the taps had a lead level AT OR ABOVE the 4 parts per billion (ppb) action level.
We take our responsibility to provide a safe and healthy environment for the children and staff seriously. Any tap that tested at or above 4 ppb was immediately taken out of service for drinking or cooking. We are working on fixes to permanently lower levels of lead in the water.
Lead exposure poses a special risk to children because they absorb lead into their systems more easily than adults do. Lead can slow down growth, impair development and learning, and can cause behavior problems. While the major source of lead poisoning in Vermont children is paint, lead in plumbing pipes and fixtures can add to a person’s overall exposure. Drinking water in schools and homes may contain lead from old pipes, plumbing fixtures (such as fountains and faucets), or the solder that joins pipe sections together.
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Deputy Police Chief Jan Wright Exposed as "Lori Spicer"
Monday, December 16, 2019
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del Pozo Resigns
It's hard to take an inventory of how much psychic energy I've spent ruminating on this direct twitter message from former chief del Pozo and its aftermath in my life, or how much fear it's caused me, but I feel like I've been holding my breath between August 12, 2016 and today.  That was the day I tweeted about his patch, and he wrote back to me within 10 minutes with a message intended to intimidate me out of my opinion or at least my expression of it.

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The outrageousness of this cannot be overstated. The Vermont Supreme Court has repeatedly ruled that any employee dishonesty is just cause for immediate termination even in cases of minor misrepresentations. Here the dishonesty is fourfold, ongoing, and profound:

1) The Chief twitter-bullied Mr. Winkleman without revealing his true identity.

2) The Chief's repeated and purposeful lies in the SevenDays interview of July 23rd.

3) The coverup by the Chief and the Mayor to the public, the City Council, and the Police Commission of the real context of his "leave of absence" until it was outed 5 months later by WCAX TV News. This was misrepresentation by omission, not "self-reporting."

4) The misrepresentation by omission by the Mayor and the Chief by failing to disclose that the Chief had been relieved of his gun and his badge.
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Full Text: Remarks to the Burlington City Council 06.26.17
Full Text: Remarks to the Burlington City Council  06.26.17
I'm Haik Bedrosian. I'm a former Burlington city councilor and a former school commissioner. I live in Ward 7. My message to you is that it is inappropriate for the chief of police, or any police officer to leave comments in the social media of individual citizens. I am here to testify that it happened to me last year when the chief left comments on one of my Facebook posts and I found it very intimidating. I let him and the mayor know that I found it intimidating. I told Jay Diaz of the Vermont ACLU about it and he said ACLU had already received a number of complaints from others about the chief making them uncomfortable on their social media. On June 23 reported about BPD's arrest of a South Burlington teenager who had posted on her Facebook page pictures of bruises she said the police gave her. Quote: “Burlington's police chief is firing back with a strongly worded statement he posted to Huysman's Facebook page.” Huysman has now taken that post down and I am certain it was because the chief commented on her Facebook page and she found it intimidating. I know the mayor is certain of this as well.

There is no legitimate business purpose for the chief of police to have gone to this person's personal Facebook page, and leave a comment there contradicting her. The police have a special responsibility to not unnecessarily intimidate people. By personally commenting on an individual's Facebook post the chief sends a message that he is personally watching you, and when he visits your page and argues against you, the asymmetrical power dynamic tends to result in the post itself being taken down. Freedom of speech is just a concept and it's a very fragile thing in real life.

If he wants to put his side of the story out, then he has any number of his own social media platforms to do it on, and it's important that he stick to them because what he says and writes should be a matter of public record. Whatever his comments were on my post last year, and what he posted on Logan Huysman's page is no longer available to the public, at least as primary sources.

In August of last year I sent the following 3 recommendations to police commissioner Sarah Kenny for the police vis-a-vis social media and I urge the city council to really think about them:

First: the police should always remember that any tweet, comment, message or emoji they send from a police email or social media platform carries the full authority and power of their position and that they represent not just their own point of view, but that of the police department and the city of Burlington. Any officer , including and especially the chief carries his badge and his gun into any online social media debate he gets into, and as such it should be *assumed* approaching a stranger online for any reason can be intimidating to that person.

Second: to the extent possible the police should avoid getting into online debates with people about anything. The police exist to protect people's freedom of speech, not argue with them about it from their own personal point of view or even from the point of view of the department.

Third: based on the premise that an officer of the department, speaks for that department and the city when engaging in social media, the preservation of what that officer says and posts for the record becomes a matter of public interest. It is therefore advisable that to the extent possible the police limit their online engagement to the media platforms they control and can preserve for the record, such as their own Twitter, Facebook and web pages... Or perhaps to those connected to a commercial media entity with a physical address like the free press or Seven Days... But avoid engaging on citizens personal Facebook, Twitter etc, because that person will be free to change or delete what was said. That person may also not welcome it and find it extremely impolite and intimidating.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 11:37 AM   4 comments
Who is Lori Spicer?
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
After studying this Facebook profile, and after studying this Instagram profile, including its followers and especially those it's following, and after reading this post's comment thread, I think it's obvious. 

There is no "Lori Spicer."  This is a fake identity, invented for a purpose.

Hiding behind fake profiles is dishonorable and dishonest.  It's not clever, and it's no way to improve your organization's image.  This is deplorable, and absolutely disqualifying behavior for any public official.

Burlington will be better off when Lori eases on down the road.

posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 10:57 PM   4 comments
Weinberger's Tainted Legacy
Monday, December 09, 2019
Thank you to Charles Winkleman for his hard work as a public watchdog.  His latest piece titled Chief Brandon del Pozo Bullies Critics into Silence is credible and urgent.  It aligns precisely with my own observations and theories about the chief over the last three and a half years since he abused his power to intimidate me when I criticized his new police logo patch.  I think lurking in the cyber shadows is this man's modus operandi.  The most likely explanation for what happened in this poll, for example, is that del Pozo himself cheated in it by voting over and over through proxy IP addresses.

I told Miro to get rid of del Pozo then, and have reiterated my direction to the mayor over and over with each new abuse by his appointed police chief.  I have warned Weinberger what keeping del Pozo on would do to his legacy.  In my view, it's an appalling abdication of duty by Weinberger to have failed to fire del Pozo for this long.

It's also very vexing.  Why does the mayor continue to make this obviously horrible choice?  The only plausible answer I can think of is that Miro Weinberger himself is intimidated and afraid of del Pozo, and the elected civilian mayor is not in control.  His hired gun is.

Related Stories:

Burlington and Vermont Politics on the Left Dec 9 2019 
Chief Brandon del Pozo Bullies Critics into Silence

VT Digger Apr 17 2019
Burlington police chief challenged health official’s ‘homicide’ determination

VT Digger Apr 18 2019
Public safety head calls Burlington police chief’s pressure ‘completely inappropriate’

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Attorney general warned Burlington’s police chief after press conference  July 06, 2017
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Burlington Police Patch Poll  

Burlington Free Press July 13, 2015 
Burlington council confirms police chief
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Zoraya Hightower beat Sharon Bushor for the Progressive nomination for Ward 1 city councilor.  It was said she won by a significant margin but for unknown reasons the party was keeping the vote total secret in its immediate aftermath.  Both women are expected to appear on the general election ballot as Independent candidates.  Bushor the incumbent has served on the city council since 1945.

Former city councilor, commentator, and member of the "twitteratti" Ed Adrian remarked on the makeup of the crowd of caucus goers "there's not a lot of X'ers here.  It's a lot of Boomers and Millennials but not many Gen X'ers."

Sharon Carpenter gave a very strong speech to the Ward 4 caucus, including remarks about the many beach closings due to pollution in recent years.  She was nominated for city council without opposition but said she would vote herself in the Democratic Party caucus, and caucus with Democrats on the city council if elected. Carpenter would replace Kurt Wright who is expected to announce tomorrow morning that he will not seek a billionth term this March.  Former city councilor Dave Hartnett who previously said he would run for the seat if Wright does not, said tonight he was still deciding.

Ward 7 city councilor Ali Dieng won the Progressive nomination for another term.  In his nomination speech Dieng said he's been honored to serve the people of ward 7 "to have their voices heard and their ideas respected."  "I'm a people person" he said "I believe in the future of Burlington."  Dieng also announced that tomorrow he will depart for his first visit to Africa since he emigrated from Senegal over ten years ago.

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A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.

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"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore, Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed, to me: I lift my lamp beside the golden door."

-Emma Lazarus, 1883

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