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The MISleader

Friday, October 05, 2007
Time: 4:45 PM

UPDATE 10.05.07 My plate is full today so by popular demand, this post, which tracks the dishonesty of Mayor Boughton, has been re-posted to the top.

Read the mayor's quotes carefully...

UPDATE: 10.02.07 Welcome those who found this site from reports from different media outlets. Information on the Danbury 11 case can be found in the links section on the right-hand side of this blog. The following post outlines the contradicting statements from Mayor Mark Boughton regarding the use of local police to enforce immigration law and his claim back in December that the city of Danbury was not involved in the raid last September.

Also located on the right is information on the racist remarks from local access host Tom Bennett (BigT) and co-host (and Vice President of Elise Marciano's anti-immigrant organization United States Citizens for Law Enforcement) John McGowan. There you will find video footage of both individuals advocating residents shoot and kill residents of the immigrant community.

For media inquiries (including photos or video footage of the Common Council member(s) in question), please email hatcityblog@yahoo.com





This is serious.

This is no joke.

This is not about one's view on immigration.


This is about an over-zealous mayor who has once again, used the topic of immigration for political purposes.

This is about the local media KNOWING that the mayor mislead the public YET won't challenge the mayor on his previous statements.

This is about residents having to read news accounts from other mainstream media outlets to get the real story.

This is about honesty.

This is about integrity.

This is about trust.

This is about competence.


FACT:
In December, Mayor Boughton (who had no problem talking about the incident) was repeatedly quoted in the media as stating that Danbury was not involved in the raid that occurred last September.

Documents finally released in April by a FOIA request shows that a booking report lists the arresting officer as a Danbury Police official.

A court brief by the Department of Homeland Security states that a undercover Danbury Police officer was the individual who drove the vehicle used to pick up the day-laborers.

Also included in the FOIA release to the Yale Law students were a series of over overtime slips from Danbury Police officers.

Until two weeks ago, the public was under the impression that Danbury played no part in the raids. NOW, one year after the raids and ten months after Mayor Boughton made his initial statement about Danbury's non-involvement in the raids, The Fairfield Weekly quotes a News-Times article that states Chief Al Baker "explaining that the arrests were initially made because of complaints about the day laborers' effects on traffic and that Danbury police did drive the van."

Once having no problem talking about the incident (and hurling insults at the Yale Law Students), NOW Mayor Boughton refuses to comment on the details of the raid.

Mayor Boughton's action has placed the city in a MAJOR constitutional lawsuit, which will cost the city more money than I care to think about.

The story is Boughton misleading the public about Danbury's role in the raids.

If Boughton mislead the public about the September raid, what else did he misleading us about?

For instance, here are some quotes from the last honest man in Danbury regarding the use of local police to enforce immigration laws:

Hartford Courant, April 26 2006.
Most local police departments say they have no interest in arresting illegal immigrants who have not committed crimes. Even in Danbury, when Mayor Mark Boughton last year tried unsuccessfully to have state police enforce immigration law, he said he didn't want his police doing it because it could discourage immigrants from cooperating in criminal investigations.

New York Times 05.25.05
It will begin at Kennedy Park, where the crowds of Hispanic men who gather before dawn to find work as day laborers helped prompt Mayor Mark D. Boughton to ask that the state police be deputized to enforce federal immigration laws.

[...]

Now, while members of Danbury's Common Council continue to draft a ''repetitive outdoor activity'' ordinance to restrict volleyball by cracking down on parking and noise, among other things, the mayor says deputizing the state police may not be necessary, that the police may have enough remedies without becoming immigration agents.

Hartford Courant 05.07.05
Lost in the hubbub is the political reality that having state police enforce immigration law in Connecticut is unlikely to happen anytime soon, if ever. And even Boughton acknowledges that his plan would have little effect on the number of undocumented immigrants in town.

[...]

Blumenthal responded to Boughton's request by saying it would need the approval of Gov. M. Jodi Rell, Public Safety Commissioner Leonard Boyle and the state legislature.

Blumenthal said there is no chance of that happening this year and he has "serious reservations" about the proposal.

"Deputizing local or state police is not a long term or fundamental solution to the problem,"
he said.

Although Boughton wants state police to enforce immigration law, he is not interested in Danbury police having the same authority, for fear it would cripple their ability to investigate other crimes.

"The same is true, to an even greater extent, for the state police," Blumenthal said.

Something to think about when Boughton, and the shameless Republican leadership, take the first steps towards local police enforcing immigration enforcement tomorrow.

Now onto more serious matters that goes to the heart of Boughton's character...the mayor's misleading statements to the public in regards to the city's role in Danbury 11 case:

Hartford Courant 12.14.06
A group of students at Yale Law School is expected to file suit today in federal court in a bid to find out how Homeland Security put together its sting on Sept. 19. The students want to know what role Danbury played in the operation and if the policies guiding the department's Immigration and Customs Enforcement arm may be unconstitutional. Their inquiry began with a request under the federal Freedom of Information Act. "We asked nicely," said Simon Moshenberg, a second-year student from Washington, D.C. "They didn't answer. We sued."

[...]

In an interview Wednesday, Boughton insisted that immigration police acted alone. They notified Danbury police this summer that they'd be making some arrests this fall but offered no other details, he said.

Television reports on Danbury 11 case: 12.06
Channel 8: Boughton said the city played no part in the September 19th action...

Channel 30: He [Boughton] said the city was not involved in the planing of the raid...


Fairfield Weekly last week (before Boughton was slapped with a lawsuit):
A year ago, eleven Ecuadorian day laborers were sneakily apprehended in Danbury's Kennedy Park by Immigration and Customs Enforcement with help from some men pretending to be contractors. They had some hard hats, a van and, according to recently uncovered information, a few Danbury police badges.

Why were the local cops assisting in a federal sting? Well, according to remarks from Danbury mayor Mark Boughton last December, they weren't. He repeatedly said the city played no role in the ICE raid.

[...]

Simon Moshenberg, a Yale Law Student representing the "Danbury 11" in a federal court case that began Monday, received the booking report for the arrests after placing a FOIA request. Under "arresting officer," was the name "Lolli," which turns out to be the name of a Danbury police officer. The Danbury News-Times quotes Chief Al Baker explaining that the arrests were initially made because of complaints about the day laborers' effects on traffic and that Danbury police did drive the van. The department chose not to further comment on their involvement when approached by the Weekly.

Boughton elaborated in an e-mail that "the city provided logistical support to ICE," which is "common" and "does not mean that the Danbury PD planned, organized or carried out the raid." He stands by his comments from December.

Interview with Simon Moshenberg, a Yale Law Student representing the "Danbury 11" in a federal court.
1.: Information obtained from the FOI request shows Danbury police officer as the arresting officer on booking report.



2. According to defense attorney Simon Moshenberg, in brief to the court, the Department of Homeland Security states that DANBURY POLICE OFFICERS were the ones disguised as contractors and driving the van used to pick up the day laborers. This is contrary to statements Boughton made to the press in December and the city of Danbury has not issued an official response in any legal proceedings regarding DHS's statement.



Video highlights of what we knew then about Danbury's role in the raid versus what we know now.

When you think of leadership, you think of an individual with certain characteristics such as honesty, integrity, trust, and competence. As more details of this case emerge and more people are informed about the Boughoton's conflicting comments, it's going to be increasingly difficult to apply these characteristics to the mayor.

Charter review commission off to a nutty start


Time: 10:40 AM

Oh my! The charter review commission is off to a crazy start and the last honest man in Danbury is ONCE AGAIN the center of attention.

I have to do some crosschecking first then I'll bring you the play by play.

You should be concerned...

Propane fire destroys Hocon building

Thursday, October 04, 2007
Time: 5:00 PM

Between the anthrax incident, the fire at Danbury Airport, and last night's massive explosion at Hocon Propane Gas on Payne Road, it's been a tough couple of weeks for Danbury's fire department.

Take important to take note that a good portion of our fire department are in fact volunteers and these guys have put in a great deal of time placing their lives on the line in order to keep you safe.

I know a great deal of the firefighters in the area and I can tell you that they're some of the greatest people Danbury has to offer. If, in your travels, you happen to see a firefighter out there, PLEASE make sure to take a moment and thank them for everything they do.

Here's a report from WTNH on the propane fire as well as an overview on the recent emergencies in the area.

As a follow-up to the fire at Danbury Airport, you can view my hi-res video report on the incident by clicking here.

Backlash against Boughton


Time: 10:02 AM

The last honest man in Danbury and his pawns received a reality check at Tuesday Common Council meeting when they came face to face with reality (and media from OUTSIDE Danbury who, UNLIKE THE NEWS-TIMES, will really report on the REAL NEWS).

Just as last year, when the 107th, 2 time 110, 109th State Rep hopeful Gregg Seabury attempted to take advantage of the Danbury 11 case in his race against Joe Taborsak, the dishonest elephants are trying to take advantage of the Danbury 11 case for political purposes, which is disgusting at the core. (NOTE: Seabury walked into City Hall with well-known anti-immigrant activist and Elise "deer-in-headlights" Maricano's BFF Barbara Keidel)

Instead of Boughton addressing his BOLD FACE LIE misleading statements from last December when he stated that the city was not involved in last September's sweep of day laborers, the mayor does another flip-flop (that goes unchecked by the local media) and fools the public into believing that he wants local police to enforce immigration law. While I'll later explain why this foolish political proposal will go no where, as well as the asinine statements from local witch Marciano and her band of boobs, I want to take this time to talk about the people who took the time to speak out against Boughton's political stunt.

When word that this disgraceful Republican leadership were about to pull this stunt, people around the area became very upset...if not outright angry. Calls for people to directly confront the moronic elected officials who signed onto this garbage as well as confronting the mayor face to face were tossed around among some people. The level of anger towards the anti-immigrant common council members (especially towards one so-called majority leader who should do the right thing and resign) continued to rise in weeks leading up to the meeting, which probably lead to an large police presence outside City Hall (as well as the non-existent City Clerk Jean Natale and Ted Cutsumpas playing the role of informant for the mayor).

In the end, cooler heads prevailed many people channeled their emotions in a more productive manner. To my delight, the chambers were packed with residents who opposed the proposal and many people who don't attend Common Council meetings expressed their anger and disappointment towards Boughton in words.

As usual, the News-Times failed to get the real story of the meeting but fortunately, I was there to record the moment, which brings me to these pictures.

First, lets clear up some things that were reported by the local paper of record.

I arrived at City Hall at exactly 7:00 and there were about 25-30 people standing protesting against the proposal. NOW, there is a simple reason why there were that many people outside...it's because this meeting was going to be tense and the chamber for going to be at full (or close to full) capacity. Given that fact, a lot of people skipped the outside protest because they wanted to make sure that they got a seat in the chambers.

I placed my camera next to the FOX-61 crew and had a perfect angle of most people in the chambers and I can tell you that I haven't seen that many people attend a Common Council meeting in quite some time. In fact, you could tell the nervousness of the Republicans based on the fact that they were unusually huddled in the caucus room mapping out their game plan for the night (which I'll talk about later).

Since I had a pretty good view of everyone, know all the usual anti-immigrant suspects as well as those who were against Boughton's stunt, I shot these photos that will give you an idea of which people were there supporting the proposal (marked in red) and those who there to speak out against the plan (marked in blue). The two photos represent most of the Common Council chambers except the full view of the right row (usually occupied by people who work for the city and heads of departments). In the bottom photo, some people who came in opposition towards the proposal are blocked in the by Councilwoman Taborsak (two or three people).

UPDATE: Whoops, someone who was against the proposal emailed me and said that she and four others were sitting in the last row of the middle section of the chamber. Sorry, I wasn't at the best angle to get a picture of the entire place (My space was somewhat limited due to the FOX-61 camera).

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As shown in the photos, it wasn't even close when it came to people who turned out speak out against Boughton. In fact, besides the usual anti-immigrant fanatics and bigots that make up Elise Marciano's whack-pack, no one came up to speak in support of the plan (for the exception of planning commission cowboy Joel "you have some explaining to do" Urice). Most people who were against the proposal made their presence known inside the chambers and spoke for the first time during the public speaking portion of the event.

Since this was an unusual meeting, I made it a case to interview several people who came out to express their frustration with Boughton and the Republican-controlled council. NOTE: Some of the interviews didn't come out due to the low-light conditions. My apologies to those who didn't make the cut.



In closing, when you think about how Mayor Boughton is inflaming the racial tensions in the city, make sure you read his past comments on his views on using local police to enforce immigration laws.

Hartford Courant, April 26 2006.
Most local police departments say they have no interest in arresting illegal immigrants who have not committed crimes. Even in Danbury, when Mayor Mark Boughton last year tried unsuccessfully to have state police enforce immigration law, he said he didn't want his police doing it because it could discourage immigrants from cooperating in criminal investigations.

New York Times 05.25.05
It will begin at Kennedy Park, where the crowds of Hispanic men who gather before dawn to find work as day laborers helped prompt Mayor Mark D. Boughton to ask that the state police be deputized to enforce federal immigration laws.

[...]

Now, while members of Danbury's Common Council continue to draft a ''repetitive outdoor activity'' ordinance to restrict volleyball by cracking down on parking and noise, among other things, the mayor says deputizing the state police may not be necessary, that the police may have enough remedies without becoming immigration agents.

Hartford Courant 05.07.05
Lost in the hubbub is the political reality that having state police enforce immigration law in Connecticut is unlikely to happen anytime soon, if ever. And even Boughton acknowledges that his plan would have little effect on the number of undocumented immigrants in town.

[...]

Blumenthal responded to Boughton's request by saying it would need the approval of Gov. M. Jodi Rell, Public Safety Commissioner Leonard Boyle and the state legislature.

Blumenthal said there is no chance of that happening this year and he has "serious reservations" about the proposal.

"Deputizing local or state police is not a long term or fundamental solution to the problem,"
he said.

Although Boughton wants state police to enforce immigration law, he is not interested in Danbury police having the same authority, for fear it would cripple their ability to investigate other crimes.

"The same is true, to an even greater extent, for the state police," Blumenthal said.

People over politics or PARTISAN POLITICS over people.

It’s about honesty.

Danbury Live 09.15.07

Wednesday, October 03, 2007
Time: 11:53 AM

Sorry John, playing a little catch up with the shows...


Playing the only card he has left

Tuesday, October 02, 2007
Time: 5:05 PM

I'm off to see Mayor Boughton play his only card tonight.

The last honest man who refuses to answer any difficult questions about lying to the people of Danbury will be making our city look like a joke again for his own political ambitions tonight at City Hall.

Remember, don't get your emotions get the best of you. Most people in Danbury know that this whole thing is a gimmick from a party that has no shame. Don't express your anger by doing something that could get you arrested, stay professional and help take back the city from the bigots and cronies who've infested City Hall and removed any sense of democracy in our local government.

Come down and send a message that this isn't 2005. Tell them that you're falling for the October immigration surprise while development grows out of control, traffic becomes a nightmare, the quality of life decreases, BRT (AND THEIR SUB-CONTRACTORS) get richer, and the average Joe businessman and resident continues to gets screwed.

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It's about honesty...

UPDATE: THANKS FOR SENDING A STRONG MESSAGE TO THE COUNCIL AND GIVING THEM A PIECE OF YOUR MIND!

I said it before and I'll say it again. THIS ISN'T 2005 and tonight showed once and for all that people are rejecting the immigration Kool-Aid. Unlike the xenophobes and the crap that spewed out of the deer-in-headlights' mouth, the people who spoke out against the proposal were for the most part, ordinary people from all walks of life who are very angry over the entire affair.

Notice how the Republicans didn't have much to say.

Notice how QUIET Pauline Basso was tonight (and trust me, she should KEEP AS QUIET AS POSSIBLE right now).

Notice how THE PEOPLE fought back and exposed the xenophobic misinformation.

I bring you everything that happened tonight, including comments from people who had no problem calling Mayor Boughton a liar and want some answers in regards to the last honest man's comment regarding the Danbury 11 last December.

UPDATE 2: Surprise, surprise, the News-Times gets it WRONG again. Thank goodness I have the video footage that shows a DRASTICALLY different story than what was reported in today's paper.

Oh, and it's funny how they didn't mention that there were about 20 supporters of the proposal and that most of the people who were AGAINST the proposal went to the chambers early to make sure they got a seat (the protest started a little after 7:00 PM when most people were scrambling for a seat. For the exception of cowboy Joel Urice (who like Pauline Basso, has a GREAT DEAL of explaining to do) the ONLY people who spoke in favor of the proposal were members of the deer-in-headlights' anti-immigrant group. Easily there were 70 or more people in the chambers who were against the proposal and not only were most from Danbury, most of the speakers were people who never spoke in front of the chambers before.

Where was the public that was so in favor of this proposal?

Where were the voices of the Common Council members who supported this measure?

Why did Joe Cavo sound like a coward when he was interviewed on WNPR yesterday?

Why were the Republicans SO QUIET throughout the meeting?

Why didn't the Republicans have much to say to the press after the meeting?

Why did the disgraceful MAJORITY LEADER Pauline Basso disappear like a bolt of lightning after the meeting?


Thank goodness other news outlets were on hand to report on the meeting. Their articles and the video footage will tell the REAL story. Later, I'll carefully explain why this entire proposal is a bunch of garbage and why the Republicans really have no intention of doing anything.

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On September 26, 2007, ten plaintiffs filed suit in response to an arrest of aday laborers at a public park in Danbury, Connecticut. Plaintiffs amended their complaint on November 26, 2007.

The amended complaint states that plaintiffs sought to remedy the continued discriminatory and unauthorized enforcement of federal immigration laws against the Latino residents of the City of Danbury by Danbury's mayor and its police department.

Plaintiffs allege that the arrests violated their Fourth Amendment rights and the Connecticut Constitution because defendants conducted the arrests without valid warrants, in the absence of exigent circumstances, and without probable cause to believe that plaintiffs were engaged in unlawful activity. In addition, plaintiffs allege that defendants improperly stopped, detained, investigated, searched and arrested plaintiffs. Plaintiffs also allege that defendants violated their Fourteenth Amendment rights when they intentionally targeted plaintiffs, and arrested and detained them on the basis of their race, ethnicity and perceived national origin. Plaintiffs raise First Amendment, Due Process and tort claims.

Plaintiffs request declaratory relief, damages and attorneys fees.

CLICK HERE TO READ/DOWNLOAD MAYOR BOUGHTON'S DEPOSITION

CLICK HERE TO READ/DOWNLOAD MIKE McLACHLAN (then MAYOR CHIEF OF STAFF) DEPOSITION

Danbury Area Coalition for the Rights of Immigrants v.
U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security
3:06-cv-01992-RNC ( D. Conn. )

(02.25.08) Court docket

(10.24.07) Memorandum in Opposition to Defendant's Emergency Motion for Protective Order

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Defendants' Motion to Dismiss State Law Claims

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NEW HAVEN REGISTER: Immigrant's 2006 arrest was flawed Danbury mayor testifies

(10.05.07 (VIDEO) Boughton mislead the public about Danbury's involvement in raid

(09.18.07) Yale Law Students expose Danbury involvement in raid

(12.14.06) VIDEO: Interview with Yale Law Students at FOI presser

(12.14.06) VIDEO: Danbury 11 FOI complaint media roundup

City Clerk Jean Natale standing next to skinhead sparks outrage

(10.03.06) VIDEO: Danbury 11 rally

(09.29.06) VIDEO: Danbury 11 case deepens

Word of raid spread across the country

(09/29/06) VIDEO: Danbury 11 protest news conference

(09/29/06) Immigrant newspaper "El Canillita" gives best account of ICE day labor raid at Kennedy Park


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View Boughton's campaign finance statements from 2001-present (COMING SOON)

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City admits mistakes in firefighter lawsuit, taxpayers forced to pay 450K settlement, and Boughton offers no comment, no details of accountability

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APPEAL HEARING: 10/21/14 @ 09:30 AM

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Decision Day: GUILTY!

Day Ten: Moving forward

Day Nine: DNA

Day Eight: The seven trillion dollar man

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Day Five: Endless subpoenas and bizarre motions to dismiss

Day Three/Four: He's competent!

Day Two: Excuses, excuses

Day One: Strange behavior, disturbing arrest warrant affidavit

McGowan arrested, charged with first-degree sexual assault


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Watch Jean Natale's misleading, questionable, and outrageous testimony in front of the charter revision commission

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City Clerk confronts and yells at her critics at City Hall

Transcript of Minority Leader Tom Saadi criticizing Jean Natale's performance.

Freedom of Informaiton ruling on a complaint filed against Jean Natale.


Elise_Deer Highlighting the disturbing mind of a hate group leader and her xenophobic followers...

Exposing lies from Marciano regarding death threat made against yours truly

VIDEO: Marcaino shows her anti-Muslim side

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