Saturday, February 3, 2018



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"Four Rutgers Newark campus police officers, including the department's second in command, have resigned after they were accused of violating department policies, a University spokeswoman said. The four resigned November 6, 2000 after they declined a hearing before university officials to answer accusations against them, said Helen Paxton a university spokeswoman. Among the policies the officers were accused of violating were guidelines for filing criminal incident reports and handling evidence, Paxton said. The officers are not facing criminal charges she said. The complaints stemmed from an investigation begun last summer by former Rutgers-Newark Police Chief Ottoviano Cilenti(who was fired by Rutgers in May 2000, and prior to this he was also fired by UMDNJ after having worked there for 10 years as Chief of Police) after complaints were made to the university against them Paxton said. She declined to elaborate on the nature of those complaints(more information with regards to the nature of those complaints will be provided below). Those who resigned were identified as Capt Tom Kozakiewicz, Detective Francis Esser,  and Lts. Paul Burt and John Prendeville. Reached at home last night Frank Esser refused to comment. Two other officers were disciplined or suspended( Lt. Robert Hahn & Jimmy Rivera) but Paxton would not give their names  or the nature of the measures taken against them, citing personnel confidentiality rules.  Rutgers Newark Police is seeking to replace the officers said Paxton".

So what was the nature of these complaints which Ms. Paxton refused to comment on?
Simply put Rutgers Newark Police  with the approval of their egomaniac, incompetent Chief Cilenti illegally installed video surveillance  cameras inside the police officer's locker rooms which served no legitimate business necessity for the University or the police dept in violation of N.J. State Privacy Laws! Based upon one of the officers I spoke to at the time who was still working there, Rutgers desperately tried to dodge the bullet by attempting to justify that the video surveillance served a legitimate business necessity. This resulted in 14 police officers filing a class action lawsuit against the university. The case was settled out of court in favor of the 14 police officers(see paragraph below for more details on lawful use of video surveillance).
Lawful Use of Video Surveillance 
When employers use video cameras to monitor employees, they must have a legitimate business reason. State privacy laws may determine the extent at which video monitoring is considered legitimate and therefore lawful (check with your state labor agency for more details). Most of these laws limiting video camera use in the workplace pertain to restrooms, break rooms, and other areas for which there is a reasonable expectation of privacy. California law, for example prohibits the use of two-way mirrors in restrooms, locker rooms, and similar locations
Rutger's Porking Police Department


Since  leaving RPD I am no longer bound by their blue wall of silence, so I feel I'm more at liberty now to share some of the sordid moral decay that I witnessed first hand from some of these individuals who worked as campus police officers for Rutgers University. However, I will not disclose any names since I feel that is not practical. I will also do my best to be tactful with my use of words and not offend anyone's sensibilities.

First let me begin my stating that back then we had a white  lieutenant who was very open about being gay. During the midnight shift, he had the habit of cruising down Halsey St. and pick up one of the booty boys( black male prostitutes). He would take them joy riding in one of the unmarked patrol cars around the campus. Later  when the time was right he would go into one of the academic buildings with the booty boy pretending that he was giving him a tour of the building. That of course was illegal because that would  constitute criminal trespass and only authorized personnel were permitted in those buildings. But it doesn't take much of a stretch of the imagination to figure out what was taking place between the free bird and the banger.

Next we had two officers who would go to the student dorms to have sex with the girls. They both were married with children. The Hispanic officer told me once that he  took one of the girls into the men's room in one of the academic buildings to engage in sexual intercourse with her. After that encounter, I met that young lady while on foot patrol. I didn't know who she was until she started asking me concerning the whereabouts of this Hispanic officer. I later told this Hispanic officer that a girl was looking for him. He told me that was the girl he had sexual intercourse  with in the men's room and that he was just ignoring her. This poor girl became emotionally hooked with this married man. He just used her as a sexual outlet and tossed her aside like a filthy dirty rag.  After that day, I never saw that  pretty white female ever again. He also told me on another occasion that he sexually engaged another female student in her dorm room until her vaginal fluids went dry.
This same officer was carrying on an extra-marital affair with one of the female employees who was also married right inside one of the academic buildings while on duty, and eventually this woman became pregnant and had his child.  This Hispanic officer's wife was one of the secretaries who was working for the Office of the Provost at the Newark Campus. Needless to say his wife ended up divorcing him. 

The second officer who was black, had the habit of parking the patrol car on the campus plaza between Dana Library and  Robeson Campus Center between the hours 12:00am to 6:00am. He would then spend those six hours in the student dorms across the street having sexual intercourse with every girl that he could get his hands on. One evening while in the locker room during shift change at police headquarters in front of several officers who were present including myself, he stated that the only reason he is doing all this whoring around is because when he reaches the age of 65, he doesn't want to have any regrets. Ultimately in June 1997 one of the girls found out what he was doing to her and the other girls. She reported him to RPD. Shortly afterward he was arrested and fired. By the way, this same individual has a felony conviction for drug trafficking and was granted probation by a Judge. And Rutgers Police commissioned this convicted felon to be a police officer?

There were many more sexual scandals that was going on inside this police dept .  It was not unusual for supervisors to keep hardcore pornographic magazines inside their desk to look at in their spare time while on duty. Two officers told me that they were getting oral sex from 1 woman each who allowed them to release their semen down their throats. Some of these men were having extra-marital affairs with other crazy women employees within the university. And this included other female police officer(s). It was open season for these WHORE MASTERS, and if you had a daughter attending Rutgers University during those years, I ASSURE  YOU MOM AND DAD THEY WERE GETTING YOUR MONEY'S WORTH BY GIVING SOME ONE'S  LITTLE DAUGHTER A PORKING EXPERIENCE! They couldn't care any less or give a damn about keeping the Police Code of Ethics; go to the following link: Police Code of Ethics | Police
 And it's a darn shame that parents all over the world are investing thousands of dollars on their child's education thinking that they are 100% safe from sexual predators.  Some of these sexual predators were  right there beside me wearing a badge, gun and uniform while on duty. To the best of my knowledge most  if not all are gone from Rutgers. Maybe things have changed or improved since my departure from this police dept more than 2 decades ago. But that doesn't nullify the fact that RPD has a history of police corruption.  I have nothing good to say about it. And neither do I have anything good to say about Rutgers University and their faculty/staff for allowing  these young female students to become the victims of sexual exploitation  right underneath their noses. 

Wednesday, November 22, 2017



JFK Assassination  Recreation 

"God, I hate to go to Texas," Kennedy told a friend, saying he had "a terrible feeling about going."
   He was certainly preoccupied with the possibility of assassination

As utterly shocking and traumatic as the assassination of John F. Kennedy was, the one person who might not have been surprised that it happened was JFK himself.

It's worth remembering, as the 50th anniversary of JFK's death approaches, that the young president had a morbid fascination with sudden death - and sometimes speculated that he would die at the hands of an assassin.

"Thank God nobody wanted to kill me today," he said to a friend half a century ago tonight while flying from Florida to Washington. How would it happen? By someone firing at his motorcade from a high window, he thought.

Kennedy also confided in the friend, Dave Powers, that he really didn't want to go to Texas later that week.

"God, I hate to go to Texas," JFK said, adding that he had "a terrible feeling about going."

And on the morning of his murder, Friday, November 22, that terrible feeling was still with him.

"Last night would have been a hell of a night to assassinate a president," he told his wife Jacqueline and Ken O'Donnell, a top aide. William Manchester, in the definitive account of the assassination - Death of a President - picks up the story:
"I mean it," Kennedy said. "There was the rain, and the night, and we were all getting jostled. Suppose a man had a pistol in a briefcase." Then Kennedy "gestured vividly, pointing his rigid index finger at the wall and jerking his thumb twice to show the action of the hammer. "Then he could have dropped the gun and the briefcase" - in pantomime he dropped them and whirled in a tense crouch - "and melted away in the crowd." [Death of a President]
Why the fatal fixation? Kennedy - whose favorite poem was "I Have a Rendezvous with Death" by Alan Seeger - knew that for him, for his family, death was always near. He lost his older brother in World War II, when his plane blew up over the English Channel in August 1944. Another plane crash, in May 1948, claimed a sister. He and Jacqueline lost two children: Arabella, their first daughter, delivered stillborn in August 1956, and son Patrick Bouvier Kennedy, who died in August 1963 after just 36 hours. When the infant passed, his father was holding his hand, urging him to hang on; JFK then retreated to a nearby boiler room and broke down in sobs.

Intertwined with these family tragedies were three brushes with death for Kennedy himself. He was given the last rites of his church three times. In 1947, after becoming gravely ill in England. In 1951, he nearly succumbed to a very high fever while visiting Japan. The third time was in 1954 following back surgery to repair his spine: he developed an infection and slipped into a coma for several weeks.

If anything, Kennedy's close calls instilled in him an appreciation for life; both friend and foe described him as a man who understood that time was short and therefore must be lived to the hilt each day. He once predicted he wouldn't live past age 45 (he was off by less than six months) and didn't waste a minute.

Of course, this zeal often manifested itself in unsavory ways. He was, as we all know, a notorious philanderer, bedding everyone from movie stars to wives of close friends to young White House interns.

Then there is this tragic irony: The very understanding that time was limited encouraged him to take risks with his life; that risky behavior may have contributed to his early death. As president, he insisted on riding in open cars whenever possible, and preferred that Secret Service agents be posted, whenever possible, on the follow-up car directly behind his. Unless the weather was bad or there was a known threat, that's the way he liked it. Simply put, John F. Kennedy wanted to be seen, he wanted maximum exposure to voters. A treasure trove of photos from countless trips over the course of his entire presidency belie the conspiracist notion that somehow the security in Dallas in Nov. 22 was different. It wasn't. Indeed, agents that morning at Love Field, where the motorcade was to begin, were wondering whether to put the top (which wasn't bulletproof anyway) on SS100X, Kennedy's 1961 Lincoln Continental. After all, it was drizzling.

A call to the president's top aide, O'Donnell, gave them their answer.

"If the weather is clear and it's not raining, have that bubbletop off," the Secret Service was told.

The skies cleared, and Air Force One, after a 13-minute flight from Fort Worth, landed under brilliant blue skies. It was a good omen, and the president's men always called a day like Nov. 22 "Kennedy weather."

JFK : the witnesses

Barr McClellan - How LBJ Killed JFK

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Saturday, November 18, 2017

Jim Woodford's testimony of heaven and hell

 First Published on Sep 17, 2017
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Jim Woodford was brain dead for 11 hours. Propelled through a tunnel of light, Jim Woodford found himself standing on the edge of Heaven and utter darkness. Something began calling his name. Jim went to Heaven and was sent back with a message from Heaven — it’s never too late to cry out to God.

Jim Woodford recently died and went to Heaven, but not before visiting the gates of Hell.

Heaven – An Unexpected Journey. (Book) Unsaved, and facing death, Jim Woodford cried out for God to forgive him. Jim died, but it was not his time — Jesus sent him back, and he is here to tell you it’s not too late for you.

Jim’s journey through a tunnel of light brought him to the edge of Heaven and Hell. The darkness and the sound of Hell’s gates were real, but so was his angelic rescue from a creature who called him by name. Jim shares the experiences of singing flowers, God’s “sticky love” and meeting Jesus, who silently read the book of his life to him. Jim was ashamed that his worldly accomplishments amounted to so little! Jim is changing that now, and his book will change you!

Heaven is Beyond Your Wildest Expectations (Book) shares the testimonies of ten ordinary people who have been to Heaven — having died and returned, or in a vision or dream. These real life, modern-day stories inspire faith that, no matter what happens here on earth, all troubles are momentary, light afflictions compared to the glory that awaits you in Heaven.

"The first time I saw Jesus I was completely overwhelmed. When He looks at you His eyes pierce you, they go all the way through you. Just love! I melted in His presence."
— Dr. Gary Wood

Life After Death. (2-CD Set) Many people have died (medically speaking) or had a near-death experience, visited heaven or hell and then returned to life or consciousness. These people have given amazingly similar accounts of their experiences. Since we must all exit this life, we have a natural curiosity about what they have seen and heard.

These stories give a vivid picture of the reality of both Heaven and Hell. Among the 10 first hand accounts, you will hear from:

• Dr. Richard Eby
• Ron Reagan
• Gary Wood
• Dean Braxton
• Bill Wiese

Jim Woodford was a successful commercial airline pilot by career standards but he lived his life apart from God. His experiences with death, Hell, Heaven and the goodness of God include seeing the book of his life and an encounter with Jesus, then being sent back to earth.

Friday, November 3, 2017

President Kennedy's Assassination Revisited 54 Years Later

JFK Assassination Recreated 

Lyndon Baines Johnson was a man of great ambition and enormous greed, both of which, in 1963, would threaten to destroy him. In the end, President Johnson would use power from his personal connections in Texas and from the underworld and from the government to escape an untimely end in politics and to seize even greater power. President Johnson, the thirty-sixth president of the United States, was the driving force behind a conspiracy to murder President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.
In The Man Who Killed Kennedy, you will find out how and why he did it.
Political consultant, strategist, and Libertarian Roger Stone has gathered documents and used his firsthand knowledge to construct the ultimate tome to prove that LBJ was not only involved in JFK’s assassination, but was in fact the mastermind.
With 2013 being the fiftieth anniversary of JFK’s assassination, this is the perfect time for The Man Who Killed Kennedy to be available to readers. The research and information in this book is unprecedented, and as Roger Stone lived through it, he’s the perfect person to bring it to everyone’s attention.

In the video below before his death on January 2007 at the age of 88, E. Howard Hunt a former CIA Agent  named David Atlee Phillips, Cord Meyer, William Harvey, David Morales and Frank Sturgis all CIA operatives/agents as being involved in the JFK assassination. He also said LBJ was the conspiracy's chief organizer! " I can just visualize Harvey & LBJ forming a kind of thieves compact between them said Hunt. I think that LBJ was an opportunist, and he would not hesitate to get rid of obstacles in his way. Hunt said he was approached to be a benchwarmer on the JFK assassination which was known in certain channels as "THE BIG EVENT".

Exclusive: E. Howard Hunt Confesses to CIA Plot Against JFK

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Top 10 Most Shocking Religious Scandals



2 Corinthians 2:17
"You see, we are not like the many hucksters who preach for personal profit. We preach the word of God with sincerity and with Christ's authority, knowing that God is watching us".



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Monday, October 2, 2017

What is good biblical exegesis?

Biblical exegesis

Exegesis means “exposition or explanation.” Biblical exegesis involves the examination of a particular text of scripture in order to properly interpret it. Exegesis is a part of the process of hermeneutics, the science of interpretation. A person who practices exegesis is called an exegete.

Good biblical exegesis is actually commanded in scripture. “Study [be diligent] to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth” (2 Timothy 2:15). According to this verse, we must handle the Word of God properly, through diligent study. If we don’t, we have reason to be ashamed.

There are some basic principles of good exegesis which serious students of the Bible will follow:

1. The Grammatical Principle. The Bible was written in human language, and language has a certain structure and follows certain rules. Therefore, we must interpret the Bible in a manner consistent with the basic rules of language.

Usually, the exegete starts his examination of a passage by defining the words in it. Definitions are basic to understanding the passage as a whole, and it is important that the words be defined according to their original intent and not according to modern usage. To ensure accuracy, the exegete uses a precise English translation and Greek and Hebrew dictionaries.

Next, the exegete examines the syntax, or the grammatical relationships of the words in the passage. He finds parallels, he determines which ideas are primary and which are subordinate, and he discovers actions, subjects, and their modifiers. He may even diagram a verse or two.

2. The Literal Principle. We assume that each word in a passage has a normal, literal meaning, unless there is good reason to view it as a figure of speech. The exegete does not go out of his way to spiritualize or allegorize. Words mean what words mean.

So, if the Bible mentions a “horse,” it means “a horse.” When the Bible speaks of the Promised Land, it means a literal land given to Israel and should not be interpreted as a reference to heaven.

3. The Historical Principle. As time passes, culture changes, points of view change, language changes. We must guard against interpreting scripture according to how our culture views things; we must always place scripture in its historical context.

The diligent Bible student will consider the geography, the customs, the current events, and even the politics of the time when a passage was written. An understanding of ancient Jewish culture can greatly aid an understanding of scripture. To do his research, the exegete will use Bible dictionaries, commentaries, and books on history.

4. The Synthesis Principle. The best interpreter of scripture is scripture itself. We must examine a passage in relation to its immediate context (the verses surrounding it), its wider context (the book it’s found in), and its complete context (the Bible as a whole). The Bible does not contradict itself. Any theological statement in one verse can and should be harmonized with theological statements in other parts of scripture. Good Bible interpretation relates any one passage to the total content of scripture.

5. The Practical Principle. Once we’ve properly examined the passage to understand its meaning, we have the responsibility to apply it to our own lives. To “rightly divide the word of truth” is more than an intellectual exercise; it is a life-changing event.
Recommended Resource: Basic Bible Interpretation by Roy Zuck

Related Topics:

Can / Should we interpret the Bible as literal?

What is the difference between exegesis and eisegesis?

What is Biblical hermeneutics?

What is the law of first mention?

What is textualism?

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Sunday, October 1, 2017


Question: "How did Jesus fulfill the meanings of the Jewish feasts?" Answer: The way in which Jesus fulfilled the Jewish feasts is a fascinating study. In the Hebrew Scriptures, the Jewish prophet Amos records that God declared He would do nothing without first revealing it to His servants, the prophets (Amos 3:7). From the Old Covenant to the New, Genesis to Revelation, God provides picture after picture of His entire plan for mankind and one of the most startling prophetic pictures is outlined for us in the Jewish feasts of Leviticus 23. The Hebrew word for “feasts” (moadim) literally means "appointed times." God has carefully planned and orchestrated the timing and sequence of each of these seven feasts to reveal to us a special story. The seven annual feasts of Israel were spread over seven months of the Jewish calendar, at set times appointed by God. They are still celebrated by observant Jews today. But for both Jews and non-Jews who have placed their faith in Jesus, the Jewish Messiah, these special days demonstrate the work of redemption through God’s Son. The first four of the seven feasts occur during the springtime (Passover, Unleavened Bread, First Fruits, and Weeks), and they all have already been fulfilled by Christ in the New Testament. The final three holidays (Trumpets, the Day of Atonement, and Tabernacles) occur during the fall, all within a short fifteen-day period. Many Bible scholars and commentators believe that these fall feasts have not yet been fulfilled by Jesus. However, the “blessed hope” (Titus 2:13) for all believers in Jesus Christ is that they most assuredly will be fulfilled. As the four spring feasts were fulfilled literally and right on the actual feast day in connection with Christ's first coming, these three fall feasts, it is believed by many, will likewise be fulfilled literally in connection to the Lord's second coming. In a nutshell, here is the prophetic significance of each of the seven Levitical feasts of Israel: 1) Passover (Leviticus 23:5) – Pointed to the Messiah as our Passover lamb (1 Corinthians 5:7) whose blood would be shed for our sins. Jesus was crucified on the day of preparation for the Passover at the same hour that the lambs were being slaughtered for the Passover meal that evening (John 19:14). 2) Unleavened Bread (Leviticus 23:6) – Pointed to the Messiah's sinless life (as leaven is a picture of sin in the Bible), making Him the perfect sacrifice for our sins. Jesus' body was in the grave during the first days of this feast, like a kernel of wheat planted and waiting to burst forth as the bread of life. 3) First Fruits (Leviticus 23:10) – Pointed to the Messiah's resurrection as the first fruits of the righteous. Jesus was resurrected on this very day, which is one of the reasons that Paul refers to him in 1 Corinthians 15:20 as the "first fruits from the dead." 4) Weeks or Pentecost (Leviticus 23:16) – Occurred fifty days after the beginning of the Feast of Unleavened Bread and pointed to the great harvest of souls and the gift of the Holy Spirit for both Jew and Gentile, who would be brought into the kingdom of God during the Church Age (see Acts 2). The Church was actually established on this day when God poured out His Holy Spirit and 3,000 Jews responded to Peter's great sermon and his first proclamation of the gospel. 5) Trumpets (Leviticus 23:24) – The first of the fall feasts. Many believe this day points to the Rapture of the Church when the Messiah Jesus will appear in the heavens as He comes for His bride, the Church. The Rapture is always associated in Scripture with the blowing of a loud trumpet (1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 and 1 Corinthians 15:52). 6) Day of Atonement (Leviticus 23:27) – Many believe this prophetically points to the day of the Second Coming of Jesus when He will return to earth. That will be the Day of Atonement for the Jewish remnant when they "look upon Him whom they have pierced," repent of their sins, and receive Him as their Messiah (Zechariah 12:10 and Romans 11:1-6, 25-36). 7) Tabernacles or Booths (Leviticus 23:34) – Many scholars believe that this feast day points to the Lord's promise that He will once again “tabernacle” with His people when He returns to reign over all the world (Micah 4:1-7). Should Christians celebrate these Levitical feast days of Israel today? Whether or not a Christian celebrates the Jewish feast days would be a matter of conscience for the individual Christian. Colossians 2:16-17 tells us, “Therefore do not let anyone judge you by what you eat or drink, or with regard to a religious festival, a New Moon celebration or a Sabbath day. These are a shadow of the things that were to come; the reality, however, is found in Christ.” Christians are not bound to observe the Jewish feasts the way an Old Testament Jew was, but we should not criticize another believer who does or does not observe these special days and feasts (Romans 14:5). While it is not required for Christians to celebrate the Jewish feast days, it is beneficial to study them. Certainly, it could be beneficial to celebrate these days if it leads one to a greater understanding and appreciation for Christ’s death and resurrection and the future promise of His coming. As Christians, if we choose to celebrate these special days, we should put Christ in the center of the celebration, as the One who came to fulfill the prophetic significance of each of them. Recommended Resource: Faith of Israel, 2d ed.: A Theological Survey of the Old Testament by William