Author: Robert Marcione

Atlantic County Employees Don’t Trust Bogus Administration Efforts

It’s common for the Atlantic County Government to send out mandatory sexual harassment policy notices, but now they’re stepping up their game. Ever since we started exposing the gestapo tactic, sexual harassment in the Atlantic County Department of Law, the county is making a valiant effort to assure victims that they’ll be rescued and protected. […]

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Judicial Complaints Shed Light on Thriving Atlantic County Corruption

When an Atlantic County Prosecutor suggested suicide to a sexual harassment victim, several readers wrote in and commented that Prosecutor Damon Tyner should issue an apology. Here’s why he never will. While checking on Superior Court Judges in Atlantic County, political and social ties come to light. The Supreme Court Code of Judicial Conduct clearly states that “A […]

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Officials Testimony Confirms Atlantic County’s Brutal Retaliation Protocol

You’ve read about the sexual harassment, corruption, falsified documents, official misconduct, perjury, Pay-to-Play violations, extortion, retaliation, ethics violations, and mismanagement, which are taking place in the Atlantic County Dept. of Law. The following is a high-ranking-government-officials testimony, and it describes the “playground style antics” which I’ve mentioned in the past. It’ll confirm your suspicions and […]

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An inside look at the Atlantic County Government, thanks to New Jersey’s OPRA Law

Gavin Rozzi’s new website OPRA Machine is an amazing new tool, which instantly rectifies the outdated and “intentionally cumbersome” practice of filing a New Jersey Open Public Records Act request to state and local government agencies. Here’s how this transformational new tool has enabled Atlantic County News to report on the inner workings of the […]

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Atlantic County Prosecutor Recommends that Victim Commit Suicide

In an unprecedented act of despicable proportions, an Atlantic County Prosecutor recommends suicide to a harassment victim, to end litigation against Atlantic County Executive Dennis Levinson. When it comes to corruption in the Atlantic County Government, you might have thought that you’ve seen and heard it all, but the bar has just been lowered. Audio […]

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