If you're thinking of buying
property or conducting business in WESTWOOD, NJ
. . . think again!!!!
WESTWOOD COPS make WESTWOOD, NJ
an undesirable place to conduct business or to live.
If you're thinking of driving
through WESTWOOD, NJ . . . think again!!!!
WESTWOOD COPS regularly target and harass:
- racial minorities (all non-Caucasians)
- out-of-towners (non-New Jersey license plates)
- those who are different (you know who you are)
If you fit into one of the three
categories above, you should avoid driving through WESTWOOD, NJ
at all costs. You risk being targeted and harassed by WESTWOOD COPS.
Even worse, there has been increasing
evidence that the Westwood, NJ police have been targeting Borough
Bullying our Mayor:
Westwood Mayor Thomas Wanner
(published in Pascack Press 8/11/04):
"I have had several threats made on me and my family as a result of
this issue." (on merger w/ County Police)
of police retaliation:
Griston of Westwood (published in Pascack Press 8/18/04):
"We . . . should not cower behind the bleachers because the
school bully wants to beat us up. . . . I say, you who make
threats are no better than those terrorists who we are fighting all over
the world. . . .I thought long and hard about writing such a letter for
fear of retaliation from the police . . ."
police department burdens taxpayers:
G. Jones of Westwood (published in Pascack Press 9/15/04):
"The Westwood Municipal taxes that took 24 years to double
will have doubled again in just two years. . . . it is no longer a
question of "if," but "when" my wife and I have to
leave Westwood . . . After the Mayor's . . . letter to this paper, the
police chief's first order of business should have been to find out who
made threats to him and his family, not with writing smug, self-serving
Op-Ed articles. . . .it's time that they (police) got to realize that
nothing is written in stone and that we do not owe them a sheltered,
soft, over-paid job for life."
department burdens taxpayers:
Marianne Jeffreys of Westwood
(published in Community Life 10/27/04):
"There are many senior policemen . . . that receive six
digit salaries. Is their vociferous political activity due to the
concern for public safety, or concern for personal gravy trains? I
had hoped to evolve from renter to homeowner in the town of Westwood,
but I cannot afford the growing tax burden . . . To own a home, I will
have to move."
Police racism is
Genevieve Fred Myers of Westwood
(published in Pascack Press 11/10/04):
"Having lived in Westwood for over 40 years . . . I was
disheartened to hear that a gentleman and his son, who have been in my
employ for many of those years, had his van pulled over by a local
policeman after leaving my home. Nothing was out of order and . .
. he was released. This man feels that the reason for the stop was
the color of his skin!"
frivolous grievances against the Borough:
Westwood Mayor Thomas Wanner of Westwood
(published in Community Life 5/25/05, page 7):
"The agreement reached was just putting in writing what we'd
said we'd put in writing to begin with . . . It (unfair labor charge
against the Borough) was a waste of taxpayers' money."
the words of the PBA #206 POLICE BULLIES:
PBA #206 Bulletin
(circa October, 2004):
" . . . their (Emerson's) Mayor gets very
uncomfortable when there is a large showing of police officers, so lets
make him as uncomfortable as we can."
Eyewitness observes Westwood, NJ cop operate a Borough vehicle in an
unsafe and illegal manner.
If you'd like to see a reduction in taxes and an improvement in the
quality of life in WESTWOOD, NJ, you must support a significant
reduction in the size of the WESTWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT.
JUST SAY NO to PBA #206