Falmouth Today News: DEATH IN THE PARKING LOT AT MACHIAS HOSPITAL

March 9, 2017
By Editor:

Falmouth Today News reports ““All we can do is advise them of their situation,” Wayne Dodwell President and CEO of the community hospital in downtown Machias. Gee, Pres. Dodwell exactly what was the advice that was given to Reid Emery, 61 of Eastport as he walked out of your hospital wearing a johnny and sandals, got from between 200 and 380 feet into the parking lot during a blizzard, and fell over into a snow bank to die alone.

John Zablotny, nursing supervisor, ‘discharged’ Reid at 8:30 pm. This happened January 1, 2008 and John loss his license, appealed, it was remanded, and don’t you think someone who apparently advised Reid that a johnny and sandals are what L. L. Bean customers are buying to walk around in a Downeast blizzard should be licensed as a nurse in Maine?

This is where it takes the turn that we all appreciate. Sources report that Dr. Rabe Kiwan, doctor on call was taking calls for Dr. Aziz Massad, Chief of Surgery and Dr. David Rioux, Chief of Staff, was at home banging a CNA named ‘Lindsey’, daughter of one of the nurses and a hospital employee and didn’t want to get dressed and go to the hospital to keep Reid from killing himself. Rabe is currently on staff at Mercy and has privileges at Maine Med. Dr. Kiwan wanted Reid out of the hospital and Dr. Mark Kaplan, Emergency Room doctor, turned his back when asked by a nurse can you do something? Is this depraved indifference leading up to manslaughter? Go figure.”

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Published in: on March 12, 2017 at 1:40 pm  Leave a Comment  

SCARBOROUGH: FINALLY THE CUSACK CASE IS EXPOSED FOR WHAT IT IS: HOMOSEXUAL RAPE, MASSIVE POLICE COVERUP, AND SOME STREET JUSTICE

Source: Falmouth Today News

CHAPTER 76
February 1, 2016

By Editor:

“You just have to read between the lines in the Maine Sunday Telegram (MST) story.  You put a young man through the death of his father, a respected business owner/mentor that seizes that opportunity to ‘groom’ a victim with expensive gifts, a man that walks around naked in his house in front of the victim, a man that was or is a member of the “Big Brother Organization”, and what do you get, a big dose of the street justice?

Who wants a signed release that nothing happened between them, after the complaint to the SPD?  Who refuses to get medical care (in the police report filed with the DA’s office) to keep the beating secret?  Who DOESN’T want a trial for Caisse and is begging for a plea agreement so all the other victims that have been paid off won’t come forward?  Who transfers all their assets to family members to protect them from court actions?  Simple answer: A guilty, accused homosexual rapist, that’s who!

Scroll to the bottom of the online article attached and read the comments.  FTM’s experience in street fights and retribution tells us that when you grab some man’s “genitals” (as described in the MST article and called a PENIS twice in the official SPD report filed with the DA’s office) it usually means that PENIS was someplace where it didn’t belong and needed a severe reprimand, several times.

POST TRAMATIC STRESS DISORDER is what Caisse has, and the plea agreement should be six months probation and a commendation for public service.”

Related: FTM Reporter Addresses Scarborough Town Council Regarding Cover Up Of Sexual Abuse, click HERE.

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The PPH is a day late and a dollar short on reporting this story! Falmouth Today News reporter, Mike Doyle, presented this matter before the Scarborough Town Council in May of 2015. View meeting HERE.

Another failed attempt at cover up?

Published in: on February 1, 2016 at 1:00 pm  Comments (2)  

FTM Reporter Addresses Scarborough Town Council Regarding Cover Up Of Sexual Abuse

View council meeting HERE.

SOURCES EXPLODE OVER REVELATIONS OF ANDY CUSACK’S ALLEGED MISCONDUCT
May 19, 2015

“More details are coming to light about the alleged sexual abuse by Andy Cusack. There may be as many as 20+ victims over the years.
Why would Moulton turn a blind eye to this? Friendship or not, at some point Moulton should have taken some action, any action, to stop this.”

Read more HERE.

Related: Biddeford (ME) Police Department Exposed! Click here.

Published in: on May 19, 2015 at 3:22 pm  Leave a Comment  

JUDGE MARY KELLY ACCUSES REPORTER OF ATTEMPTING TO PRACTICE LAW

Source: Falmouth Today

August 13, 2014
By Editor
:

“Early the morning of the 6th our reporter was asked to record a pre-trial conference and to provide recording services of what was said at the bench, for the Defendant, who is representing herself in divorce proceedings with her husband, a lawyer, and is requesting money so she can hire a lawyer.

It seems the act of walking to the bench to place the recording device at a location that would allow the Rule 76H to actually be effective, was considered by Judge Kelly to be ‘advocating’ for a party to the case.

You can hear Judge Kelly admonish the reporter on the audio link, click here.

Perhaps if everyone coming to court recorded for themselves what was being said, the conduct of lawyers and judges might improve to the point the amount of lying would be reduced to a manageable amount. One Judge, in another case, opined that if a lawyer didn’t consider what he was doing was a conflict of interest, he had no need to disclose the ‘potential’ conflict to the client. WHAT? Wouldn’t you like to have a recording of that judge? In this case the Defendant relates that during this recording the Plaintiff’s lawyer was less than ‘accurate’. Now that victims are aware of Rule 76H we wonder how long it will be after victims of lawyers and courts start using the Rule, before it will be removed from the Rules of Civil Procedures.

We’re told by sources in the courthouse that “Victim Advocates” practice more law in the courtroom than a reporter doing a favor for a Pro Se victim of the Family Court System does by providing an audio recording device to assure the Defendant can have their own unadulterated version of what transpired.

Our Maine courts get a D+ or an F depending on the rating service used.”

Published in: on August 27, 2014 at 4:52 pm  Comments (3)  

Maine Judge Nancy Mills Recuses Herself From a Home Foreclosure Case

Maine Judge Nancy Mills Recusal, click here.

FalmouthToday, July 9, 2014

JUDGE NANCY MILLS RECUSES HERSELF FROM A HOME FORECLOSURE CASE
July 11, 2014
By Editor:

On July 9, 2014 at 08:30 in courtroom #9 our reporter appeared under a Power of Attorney (P.O.A.) for the Defendant homeowner.

Upon J. Mills entering the courtroom our reporter invoked Rule 76H; which allows a party in interest to record the hearing for their own use. No comment was made from the bench and the hearing was recorded pursuant to the stated Rule. J. Mills proceeded to establish the record by identifying the docket number, the Bank Plaintiff, Defendant homeowner, and the ex-husband of the Defendant.

J. Mills then inquired as to whether our reporter was licensed to practice law in Maine, he wasn’t. She went on to cite two cases in Maine where P.O.A.’s were specifically barred from representing another person unless the P.O.A. in question was also a licensed lawyer.

Our reporter then asked permission from the Court to make enquiry of the Court. Permission was granted and this exchange ensued:

Reporter: Are you related to Janet Mills?

Mills: Yes I am.

R: In what way?

M: She’s my sister-in-law.

Our reporter then stated he had a Motion to Recuse J. Mills due to Attorney General Janet Mills unusual interview in the Portland Press Herald regarding the Defendant homeowner’s divorce and child custody case, which forced the foreclosure case. J. Mills stated she took Judicial Notice of the Motion to Recuse, and did in fact recuse herself at that point.

In the discussion about resetting the hearing date our reporter asked the Court for four weeks so the Defendant would have time to vet the next judge for conflicts. J. Mills said that the clerk’s office is good about notifications and she would let them handle it. Our reporter then made a Motion on the record for a period of four weeks and J. Mills stated he wasn’t allowed to make any motions. To which he replied that he was only trying “to prevent Reversible Error by the Court.”

Related: Public Exposure Moves Maine’s Attorney General Janet Mills, click here.

Maine’s Continued Attempts To Quash Government Transparency

Courtesy of Larry Fillmore

FREEDOM OF ACCESS ACT (FOAA) PROGRAM

“Title 1 General Provision, Chapter 13: Public Records and Proceedings, Subchapter 1: Freedom of Access, Statue 402 Definitions outline the Public Records which can be obtain by individuals. This Statue also outlines the exceptions that cannot be obtained.

So why is this statue part of Maine Law? Lawmakers established this program as the tool to be used by citizens when transparency in government no longer exists. This program was created as a check and balance procedure to ensure residents of Maine would be able to find out what is going on in their towns and at the state level. The program provides for the people to get answers to their questions when our elected officials do not want to divulge this information.

Representative Mary Nelson (Falmouth) and Judy Meyer, Chairlady for the Right to Know Advisory Committee are representing the Maine Municipal Association (MMA) and trying to change the current procedures. Mrs. Meyer went so far as to state she felt the court should stop any and all requests deemed a NUISANCE. I cannot understand why any FOAA requests that mean the requirements of the law can possibly be considered a NUISANCE. It is the individual’s right, under the law, to request any documents that meet the provisions of the law. Apparently, Representative Nelson and Mrs. Meyer has something to hide; why else would they want to deny the right of any Maine citizen to submit a FOAA request that qualifies under the Maine law.

The provisions of Representative Nelson bill are totally ridiculous. Representative Nelson’s bill would eliminate the $15.00 per hour after the first hour as the fee and allow the agency to dictate how long and what price they can charge for completing the FOAA request. I had this situation happen to me. I requested information that could have been extracted from the computer system in a matter of seconds. However, it took the Finance Director several hours to gather the information and then the town charged me for each hour the Finance Director stated it took her to retrieve the information. There are no checks and balances to ensure the accuracy of the time it takes to complete any requests. Leaving it up to the agency is like having the fox guard the hen house. There has to be guidelines established to ensure the integrity of the program.

I, like Mr. Michael Doyle (Falmouth) utilize the Freedom of Access Act (FOAA) program when my elected officials refuse to provide information. I am sure my FOAA requests are a NUISANCE to town employees but it is MY RIGHT under the law and who is going to judge if my request is a NUISANCE or not. My thought process is much different than anyone else, so who is going to deny me my right? Who has the right to deny Mr. Doyle and others their right to request information under the law? In both Mr. Doyle’s case and my own, we have discovered abnormalities in our local government.

Representative Nelson and Mrs. Meyer should be ashamed for trying to make it impossible for individuals to submit requests under the FOAA program. It is easy to understand why Maine Municipal Association wants to make it harder for citizens to challenge local government because they represent the municipalities. But the bottom line is, there is a program in place that allows residents of Maine to request information from their town and state under the law. And as long as these individuals meet the requirements of the statue, they should be able to submit as many as they want without any interference from the state or anyone else.

Mrs. Meyer is the Chairlady of the Right to Know Advisory Committee and she is supporting Representative Nelson’s bill. How is this possible because if Mrs. Meyer is stating that these requests by Mr. Doyle and I are NUISANCE requests; then she is talking out of both sides of her mouth at the same time.

You no longer have the Right to Know if you cannot submit a request for information under the Freedom of Access Act (FOAA).”

Larry Fillmore

LD 104 – “An Act To Amend the Laws Governing Public Records”, HERE.

Title 1, Chapter 13: PUBLIC RECORDS AND PROCEEDINGS
Subchapter 1: FREEDOM OF ACCESS, click here.

Falmouth Today article “MAINE MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION READIES ANOTHER ATTACK ON THE FREEDOM OF ACCESS ACT (FOAA)” February 4, 2013, click here.

Published in: on February 8, 2014 at 2:23 pm  Comments (8)  

Judge Donald Marden’s Cabbage Is Shredded

Falmouth Today reports “CIVIL RULES OF PROCEDURES ARE FOLLOWED BY JUDGES ONLY IF THEY WANT TO OBEY THEM.”

“You might think the following is an aberration in Maine Courts, sadly it happens on a fairly regular basis.

On Wednesday we were in Farmington Superior Court watching
Judge Donald Marden perform, er preside over a case that’s been in the courts since 1994.

First we were denied the right as a reporter to video or audio record the hearing, you can see why as you read further. At 09:30 J. Marden told the Defendant in Farry v. Lavigne CV-94-61, “I don’t chew my cabbage twice.” Then Marden proceeded to repeat his previous statement. Who wouldn’t want to see that on YouTube.com? At 09:35 Marden told the Defendant, “If you’ll be quiet for a moment I’ll tell you what it is.” This seems to be the polite way of saying, just shut up. Not too condescending if Judge Marden was talking to a second grader. The best quote at 11:12 was the Defendant requesting for the SECOND TIME to invoke her rights under Rule 76H to have her own recording of the Hearing made. Marden said, “You have a right to a recording and that’s it.” As Marden indicated by pointing to the official transcription made by the court reporter sitting in front of the witness stand.

In Rule 76H there’s no place that allows any judge to override the rule at their own whim. It states, the Rule, SHALL NOT BE DEFEATED. I guess when this Rule was dreamed up, the authors hadn’t heard about Judge Donald Marden’s veto power over it.”

Click here to view the PDF

As the swill turns, connect the dots.  If you have not viewed Tom Dunn’s Most Powerful, Revealing Video, please do so. You will learn of the official corruption that Mainers are facing today. The pattern has not changed….only positions of players have changed.

Tom’ s video is a draft of what was to be a full documentary. He was called into the Attorney General’s Office to conduct an investigation for them.  He apparently came up with more evidence than the A.G.’s Office wanted. Arthur Brennan (who was elevated to judgeship) brushed Tom’s evidence under the rug and Tom was off the case!

Tom’s affidavit.

Case 7 on the video…criminal cover up by DA Donald Marden….Judge Donald Marden?

Case 6 Re Louis Vafiates…husband to Vendean Vafiates, Chief Deputy Attorney General. View letter from David Lauren, Esq. Special Asst. to  A.G. Andrew Ketterer. Click here.

David Lauren, Esq./Paula Baker , click here.

Related: US Senator Olympia Snowe letter, click here.

How About The Scandal In Maine? Click here.

MAINE JUDGE G. ARTHUR BRENNAN TO RETIRE, click here.

Judge Robert Crowley stepping down at the top of his game, click here.

Governor Paul LePage is not an attorney and doesn’t have to fear the “taking” of his BAR club membership.

Is it still “people before politics”?

FTM REPORTER INVITED TO PRATT/WHITNEY FOR F-35 FIGHTER DEMO

“The FTM reporter was invited to “fly” the simulator after Sen. Collins, Gov. LePage, Speaker of Maine House, a Senior Aid to Sen. Collins, followed by three civilians, had a turn, and then our reporter took the seat. ”

To read more and view photos, click here.

Related, click here.

Published in: on August 12, 2013 at 9:00 am  Leave a Comment  
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