Sunday, April 29, 2012
Mezzacappa Has a Tough Week
Her bid to become a GOP Convention delegate failed. She finished 13th out of 14 candidates. In West Easton, her home base, she garnered only 9 votes, aside from her own.
Pennsylvania's Office of Open Records also dismissed another two Right-to-Know appeals. In the first matter, she apparently filed a pre-emptive appeal before one of her requests had even been granted or denied. In the second matter, Mezzacappa insisted that the Borough must meet with her in the mornings for some reason, when it's convenient for her. By refusing to make time for her in the morning, West Easton had somehow constructively denied her access to records. But as the OOR observes, a tiny borough has "many other duties and responsibilities that must be fulfilled on a daily basis outside of making its records accessible."
So far, Mezzacappa has filed 18 Right-to-Know Appeals with the Office of Open Records. All but one have been against West Easton. All but one have been dismissed, and that matter is under review in Court.
In addition to these setbacks, the District Attorney refused to approve her request for a private criminal complaint against your truly. She has repeatedly accused me of stalking, sexual assault, pick kicking, pig poisoning, burglary and numerous and sundry other dastardly deeds. There's no truth to any of this, and I've sued her for her defamation.
How has Mezzacappa responded to these setbacks?
On her blog, she states, "I will run again for West Easton Borough Council, thanks."