Friday, July 4, 2014

N.J. man denies heroin charges

A reputed member of the “Jersey Boys” drug gang was returned to Vermont to face charges that he sold heroin in Springfield a year ago.


  1. This makes me very

  2. Of COURSE he returned to Vermont to face charges.

    Anthony, where would you rather be tried, in NJ, where your sorry hind end will be locked up with hard core criminals who will look at you like you're a piece of candy, or Vermont, where a soft-hearted judge will give you the chance to be rehabiitated by a welfare queen?

    It's really a no-brainer, isn't it.

  3. Happy happy happy joy joy joy

  4. The long arm of Vermont's justice system demonstrates its extraordinary reach! Now, having secured this perp firmly in its grasp, it pulls him back all the way from New Jersey where its liberal judges can now show the state's citizens that it means business -- by giving him a great big hug and kiss!

  5. Hey Wendi, better get his bed ready at one of you halfway houses. Another good paying "renter" thanks to the State of Vermont. Oh wait, that's us.

  6. From exporting machine tooling around the world to importing subhuman debris from the gutters of NJ. Yep, Springfield is really on the move!

  7. you great people of springfield keep paying for the criminals from other states thanks

  8. Springfield is just serving as Vermont's host city thanks to having been ignorant or desperate enough to be duped by Howard Dean into becoming a prison town.

  9. Welcome Home! We have missed you. We know we just don't understand you, and since that's our fault we will treat you better than our own family and neighbors.

  10. This state is becoming the landfill for New Jersey's garbage.


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