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Posted on April 4 at 8:21 p.m.
Dreamin. He really is an addicted political junkie. One would think he is smart enough to pick a race he could win. He has the same chance I do of being Governor, None! He could probably win a seat in the Legislature if he really wanted. Actually a weird aspiration at this point in his life.
On Maldo Makes Moves Toward Governor Bid
Posted on April 3 at 9:20 a.m.
Long time Goleta followers know Jim Farr and this is exactly why he ran for office. With Margaret Connel gone a sea change has occurred and this is just the first reflection of that. Things have changed at the City of Goleta and now we shall begin to see what that means. Also curious if the SBNP endorsement of Aceves for 2nd District Supervisor is flavoring his actions as City Councilperson.
On De-prioritzing Old Town Goleta?
Posted on March 26 at 9:08 p.m.
Thank you for that. I expect few listeners for the whole thing but probably one of the best and most significant oral arguments before the Court of all time. Olsen may be the best Counsel before the Supreme Court ever.
On LISTEN: Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in Prop 8 Case
Posted on March 20 at 8:49 p.m.
OK we are bored with these same 3 or 4 posters. If anyone else has something to say fine, otherwise this subject was played out on the last article with over a hundred comments, most from the same people.
On Dudley Will Retry Denunzio
Posted on March 17 at 8:41 p.m.
Is this really DG? Anyone could claim the same.
On Mistrial Declared in Tony Denunzio DUI Case
Posted on March 15 at 10:43 p.m.
A follow up to my previous post, does our DA's Office have the ethics and integrity to closely scrutinize Tudor's story, that has no credibility? Yes DeNunzio drove without a valid license. Yes he had a drink at the Boathouse. But in order to get a conviction, will the DA's Office allow and encourage Tudor to continue to perjure himself as to why he followed DeNunzio in the first place? Tudor's story has absolutely no credibility but he caught an otherwise guilty person. Does Tudor's education at Westmont have any bearing on his ability to lie under oath about this matter? How does this work out? In Santa Barbara I hope we take the high road.
Posted on March 15 at 10:07 a.m.
As per Validated's failure to understand my comment about Dudley's career, at Edhat there are 57 comments to this story, here 68 and counting, that is about the most on any local story lately. Dudley is an elected official. If she fails to get a conviction again it will be front page headlines in all the local media. The public and her opponent won't forget at the next election. Frankly, I wouldn't want to be DeNunzio here as there will be no stone left unturned in the second trial in the effort to convict.
Posted on March 14 at 4:59 p.m.
OK they are going to do it again. This has become high profile and I wonder if Dudley understands that her career may rest on this case. She loses again, good riddance. I wouldn't bet the house either way.
Posted on March 14 at 4:08 p.m.
Whomever Validated is, not interesting, not compelling, small mind. Fact is DA gets convictions everyday. In this case after unusual process and costs, including shipping the case to Santa Maria that cost both the County and DeNunzio a lot of extra expense, they did not get a conviction and in my opinion, only because of Tudor, one bad apple in an otherwise in my opinion, exemplary local police force. (add Beutel and her husband to the bad apples!)
Posted on March 13 at 4:05 a.m.
Officer Tudor is a menace to our community and the City needs to find a way to terminate him before he causes even more serious problems. A neutral jury, demanded by the DA's Office in Santa Maria, at the inconvenience and expense to DeNunzio heard lengthy testimony from Tudor and others and what cost, and didn't convict, in what otherwise should have been a slam dunk case for the DA's Office. Next we get the million dollar judgment against the City for Tudor's unjustified beating and tazering of DeNunzio, ala Rodney King. Enough already get rid of that menace.
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