Monday, June 8, 2009

The Villa Verdict

On the Villa blog, the right sidebar accuses The Morning Call of "purposefully" concealing the facts in its rendition of their trial against J.P. O'Malley's bar. A jury did come back with a $3.1 million verdict, but the paper never reported a finding that the tavern was negligent. Does this mean the Villas win and are suddenly rich? Villa certainly suggests that, asking whether anyone can change a $3.1 million bill. He also warns us to ignore any "'interpretations' (wink wink) of the jury's verdict you might read at other blogs in the coming days and weeks."

But the verdict itself, which you can see below, makes clear that J.P. O'Malley has no culpability. This is no matter of interpretation. The verdict is only against the drunk driver. Villa Verdict

Friday, May 29, 2009

Villa Impersonates Catholic Seminarian

I first met Alex Joseph when he worked in Northampton County, both in Domestic Relations and as a Probation Officer. He even tried a brief stint as a barber in Wilson Borough, but always had a higher calling. He is now a seminarian in Washington D.C., studying to become a Maronite Catholic priest.

Because he is my friend and comments on my blog, Trollvilla has gone out of his way to provoke him. He regularly impersonates him. Although Father Alex has written him back channel, Villa still insists from time to time that Father Alex is really me. Most outrageous of all are the claims that Father Alex, who is allowed to marry, is a pedophile.

On Friday, Villa published a vulgar comment and falsely maintains it comes from Father Alex. I've been asked to give Father Alex an opportunity to respond to Villa's latest act of criminal harassment. "I want to respond to them, but somewhere safe. Somewhere, where I know his identity has to be revealed and somewhere where I can get my message across without it being moderated."

On this Troll Blog, nothing is moderated, but no one can post anonymously. So this thread is being created so that Father Alex can answer Villa.