Gregory Cerchione - Criminal, Incompetent or Criminally Incompetent?

Gregory Cerchione False Deeds = Theft from Court

The Growler is now grinding thru almost 900,000 deeds to see if, as claimed by Gregory T. Cerchione, he is authorized to lie by the court.

# of Deeds4,000-
# Referee's Deeds6220
# Dated after notarization04

Probability the Cerchione deeds are illegal ... 99.983%

- Your go to for fraudulent deeds
- Sucker at risk (17 million +/-)

BRIAN MARK COGAN- a federal judge who has lost sight of his job, the constitution and, very probably, his soul.

Mexican Drug Lord meets Brooklyn's hanging Judge Brian Mark Cogan- Evolving Story Soon.

Pro-se in the 2nd Circuit? Screw you, screw our own precedent and screw Lord Byron and Justice Sandra Day O'Connor too.

All Lidya wanted was her medical school records. Why did she end up on Rikers for 11 months and on a terrorism watch list?

A new take on an old problem. Would free public transit work?

Has the Coffee bubble burst?

The Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation is squishing local artists with ridiculous trademark complaints.

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