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James E. McGreevey (Former NJ Governor)

Posted by admin On September - 18 - 2006

When I met the then Governor James E. McGreevy, we were there to introduce Ray Charles at a concert here in Trenton, New Jersey.

As soon as Gov. McGreevy walked over to me and said, “Kreskin…you better not read my mind”, and while it was no surprise to me or others about his personal inclinations, a year later the curtain came down on his career with his dramatic press conference. Dramatic I would say because it was obviously a smoke screen.

I would like to predict that Mr. McGreevy will donate the profits of his new book to the people he seduced, namely the New Jersey voters. But, I am afraid that prediction would not be accurate. I am not sure that anyone cares that much about McGreevy’s private life to buy his book, except of course, the media. What I am looking forward to his second book revealing all the graft, and where all the New Jersey money that disappeared now resides.

Remarkable Man, MEL SACHS

Posted by admin On September - 10 - 2006

A little over a week ago, the national press announced the unfortunate demise of a colorful figure, the lawyer, Mel Sachs. Along with being a legal advisor for CORE he was a criminal defense attorney involved in some of the most notable cases in recent decades. Indeed he defended what many would consider some of the most scurrilous figures that could be unearthed. But he had a professional philosophy that they as well as anyone else deserved legal defense.

His ability to influence a jury was legendary. Read the rest of this entry »