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Tuesday, November 25, 2008


This DUI Killer Case Clearly Shows That There Needs To Be More Transparency At The Greenwich Police Department.
Accident Reports Are Public Records !!!!!!!
Arrest Warrants Are Public Records Unless They Are Sealed By A Judge.

The Initial Police Investigation Reports And The Names Of DUI Killers Are Made Available In Darien, Norwalk Stamford And Westport, But Not In Greenwich.

If This Accident Had Happened On Exit 4 Of I-95 The Connecticut State Police Would Have Released The Name Of The DUI Killer And Would Have Arrested Him On The Spot.

However, The Secretive Greenwich Police Department

Constantly Plays Favorites In Town.

To the Greenwich Roundup Editor,

I find the charges against Mr. Moore a little off. 2nd degree manslaughter is not 1st degree murder. I think if people DRINK, get behind the wheel of a car resulting in a death, it is MURDER. I would also consider it to be premeditated murder.

I have a serious problem with how ALL LOCAL police departments handle drunk driving. If you look at the police blotters in the weekly newspapers, the majority of arrests made are of non-residents.

I have gone through police check points in Westchester and Long Island where the local police ask a couple of questions UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL, to see if they detect the smell of alcohol. In 30 years, I have never gone through a check point in the state of CT, with the exception of one seatbelt check at 10AM on a Sunday.

Where are these "CRACKDOWNS"????????

Why is the arrest warrent of Joey's killer not released? Why was the whole story such a mystery from the beginning? Why did it take so long to arrest Moore? And no plea? What's up with that?

I feel sorry for the family of Joey, especially as we enter into the holiday season. My prayers are with them.

I hope his killer rots in a jail cell for many many years.




There was no plea and the case was continued until January 7th, because Deputy Assistant State's Attorney David Applegate told the judge the state needed more time to get evidence from the secretive Greenwich Police Department and over to Douglas Moore's Greenwich defense attorney, James Pastore.


"We have to straighten out some discovery issues," Deputy Assistant State's Attorney David Applegate told the judge.

Attorney James Pastore is still waiting for the Greenwich Police Department to turn over autopsy report, photographs of the scene, speed calculations, and a damn good reason why they would let Moore who was higher than a kite leave Joseph Borselio's death scene without being arrestted.

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11/25/08 When Greenwich Roundup Speaks Heart Newspaper's Greenwich Time Web Master Listens.

When Greenwich Roud Up Says,"Jump!"

The Greenwich Time Web Master Asks,"How High?"

YesterdayEvening , We Had To Once Again Take The Greenwich Time Web Master Behind The Greenwich Time Woodshed And Give Him A Few Wacks For Not Posting Greenwich News Links Untill Late Morning.

Please See:

As Greenwich Roundup Pointed Out That All Of The Greenwich Time Newspaper Stories Were Digital Available The Night Before And Online Greenwich Time News Readers Should Not Have To Wait Until Late Morning To Read The News.

Yesterday The Greenwich Time Web Master Did Such A Bad Job, He Never Even Got The Greenwich Time Editorial Or Letters To The Editor Posted At All.

However, The Greenwich Time Web Master Got The Message And Has Posted The Local News Online Well Before Most Greenwich Residents Have Gotten Out Of Bed.

Greenwich Avenue lights make holidays brighter
Ciarin Carruthers looked down Greenwich Avenue Monday night and smiled at the twinkling white lights, the culmination of a month's work.

When Indra Nooyi was promoted in 2001 to president of PepsiCo., the world's fourth largest food and beverage company, the Greenwich mother immediately raced home to deliver the good news to her family.

Food Bank in urgent need of turkeys
With only two days until the Thanksgiving holiday, the Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County still needs more than 1,800 turkeys.

Parks and Rec breakfast with Santa The Department of Parks and Recreation's "Breakfast with Santa," which replaces "Lunch with Santa" that was held annually for 19 years, will be held from 10 a.m. to noon Nov. 29 at the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center, 90 Harding Road, Old Greenwich.

Mrs. Claus and her friends Frosty, Rudolph and Santa's elves will be on hand to greet children and hand out goodie bags. There will also be a mechanical reindeer and polar bear for the children to ride.

Breakfast will start promptly at 10 a.m. John Fogarty of Kiddlerock Productions will start the entertainment at 10:30 a.m. Santa will arrive after the show to meet with the children and listen to their Christmas wishes.

Tickets may be purchased through the mail or at the Park and Recreation office on the second floor of Town Hall, 101 Field Point Road. No tickets will be sold at the door.
For more information, call 622-7814 or visit http://www.greenwichct.org/.
Professor discusses
terrorism's challenges

Fawaz Gerges, an author and professor at Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, N.Y., will discuss "The Challenges Facing the New President in the Middle East and the War on Terrorism" at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 2 at the Cole Auditorium in the Greenwich Library, 101 W. Putnam Ave.

The talk, which is free, is co-sponsored by the Greenwich Forum on War and Peace and the Sarah Lawrence College of Alumnae/i Relations. Refreshments will served before the talk.
For more information, call Jane Milliken at 637-7723.
Vermont, musicians to perform
at Cole Auditorium

The Musicians from Marlboro, the touring extension of the Marlboro Music Festival in Vermont, will return to Greenwich Library's Cole Auditorium at 4 p.m. Dec. 14 as part of the Friends of Greenwich Library's Cole Concert Series.

Eight musicians will play works by Janacek, Mozart and Mendelssohn.

The performance is free and open to the public. Doors open at 3:30 p.m.; show begins at 4 p.m.
The Musicians from Marlboro will return to Greenwich Library for two additional concerts Feb. 15 and May 3.

For more information, call the Friends office at 622-7938.
Mammography screening

The YWCA of Greenwich, 259 E. Putnam Ave., will host a mobile mammography unit from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 2.

It is a free screening by the Stamford Hospital Mobil Mammography Program. Appointments are necessary. Participants should bring their insurance card or a copy of the front and back, their doctor's name, address and phone number.

For more information or to book an appointment, call 276-5990

Wildlife photographer
discusses work

Photographer and author Olaf Soot will show photos from and discuss his mountaineer's tour of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and Brooks Range in Alaska, the Rockies and Andes at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 3 in the Greenwich Library meeting room, 101 W. Putnam Ave.

Soot will sign copies of his book, "Alpine Americas," which will be available to purchase. The program is free and open to the public.

For more information, call Wayne Campbell at 622-7922.

Police blotter
Astrid Ortiz, 33, of 9 Armstrong Court, was arrested Saturday evening and charged with third-degree assault and disorderly conduct, police said.

We are normally fans of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's businesslike approach to running government.

Concerns about gay marriage sound like bias
To the editor: I am responding to Nov. 21 letter in Greenwich Time, "Out-of-staters' gay marriage comes with cost.


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