Month: November 2017

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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More Sexual Harassment Victims Come Forward Against Atlantic County Counsel

  The Atlantic County Government is not immune to the “more victims coming forward” trend. Our story discussing several women being abused in the Atlantic County Department of Law has inspired even more witnesses and victims to come forward  against Atlantic County Counsel James Ferguson. We first stumbled across this “as of yet” un-addressed condition, while interviewing a […]

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Leaked Document Sinks another Nail into the Atlantic County Govts. Coffin

Hot on the heels of incriminating evidence against several Atlantic County Counsels, a freshly leaked document indicates that several government officials likely committed perjury in the case Vuocolo vs. Atlantic County Government. The foundation of Vuocolo’s complaint, is that non-titled officers were falsifying reports and completing State Law Enforcement investigations, charges which the county, their […]

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More Bad News for the Atlantic County Govt. Recordings Reveal Dispicable Acts of Appointed Official

Losing the Sheriffs position and their real estate partners in Galloway was a devastating and unsuspected blow for the Atlantic County Government, but it’s not the worst news today. Assistant County Counsel James Dugan, the Cape May County resident, who brags to his coworkers that he obtained his county job by making a sizable campaign contribution, […]

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Highest Levels of Cancer and Obesity Causing Chemicals found in Atlantic County’s Drinking Water

  “Samples from Atlantic showed the highest readings”. That’s what NJ.Com had to say about the chemical “teflon” which was discovered in New Jerseys drinking water, and at it’s most potent concentration, in Atlantic County. Reporter Kathleen O’Brien then goes on to explain that “The chemicals have been linked to cancer, hormone disruption, high cholesterol […]

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