Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Wrecking the lives of an entire family over a cat?

What the guy did below could be considered in the wrong "area", but should a father of family risk jail time, the divorce it causes, loss of home, job, and an entire way of life for an intact family over a dead cat? I love animals, but yet again, Connecticut courts are about wrecking lives, revenue collection, making lawyers richer, and very little to do with criminal correction.

What Mr. Lesco did, as described below, is understandable. 20 years ago, this story may have not even gotten ink. Mr. Lesco didn't get home from work thinking about committing a crime or harming anyone. Mr. Lesco isn't a danger to society, his family, and if convicted and jailed, he could be a victim in prison of assault, rape, or even homicide. All over a cat, does that sound like equitable justice?

This blogger lost his home, business, relationship with his daughter, family, credit, retirement, health insurance, ability to get most jobs, and the sum total of his life for resisting being mugged in Connecticut. So, if you value your life, your family, and your future, it is best not to live in States like Connecticut.

[click here] for Steven G. Erickson's saga in Connecticut

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Cops: Cat Ate Bird, Man Killed Cat

By HILDA MUÑOZ The Hartford Courant

12:51 p.m. EDT, April 21, 2010

A 49-year-old father of five was arrested Monday for allegedly suffocating the family cat after it killed his pet bird, police said.

Gregory W. Lesco faces one count of cruelty to animals. He is scheduled to be arraigned April 28 in Superior Court in Manchester.

Lesco said his small, yellow bird would sit on his shoulder or bathe in the sink when he did the dishes. It was during this daily routine that, on March 25, the cat jumped up and caught the bird when it flew out of its cage, said Glastonbury Police Agent James Kennedy.

Lesco threw everything in the kitchen at the cat, hoping it would drop the bird. He threw a baseball bat at the cat, and it hit the cat in the head. The cat ran into a crawl space in the house with the bird in its mouth, police said Lesco told them.

"The cat came out in the afternoon and [Lesco] picked up the cat, saw it had blood on its ear and felt that the best thing to do was to put it out of its misery," Kennedy said.

Lesco said the cat would have recovered if he had taken it to the vet, but he couldn't afford it. So he brought it to a shed and suffocated it under a rug. He took the carcass to a dump and told his children the cat had run away, Kennedy said. Blogger's Fair Use Notice of Copyrighted Materials [click here]

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Steven G. Erickson, Chris Kennedy, and Ken Krayeske on the Connecticut Secret Police "Enemies List", subject to arrest on sight for political views, free speech, and exposing public corruption and official obstruction of justice and racketeering:

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SvenVonErick January 11, 2010Secret Police memos obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, scroll as a pdf in video. Police aren't interested in members of the KKK, skinheads, hate groups, actual criminals, and others. They're after journalists and bloggers critical of government. The police are actively out to false arrest anyone on the list. With false arrests sometimes comes prison. So political prisoners are being held in the US. There is no mention of terrorists, mainly Steven G. Erickson, Ken Krayeske, Chris Kennedy, and those who are journalists, bloggers, or who just wrote letters critical of public corruption and police misconduct and brutality in the State of Connecticut.

US President Richard M. Nixon had an enemies list for dealing with political rivals and those with "Big Mouths". Connecticut Governor M. Jodi Rell seems to think the same way. Target citizens for political reasons and see to it that they are ruined, arrested, and left penniless facing prison. More information:

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Illinois “Pre-Crime” Prosecution?

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The art of framing citizens using FBI and State Police Crime Labs. Video and more:
Is the DEA complicit in using those label "terrorists" to smuggle heroin into the US?

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Video leading others to this post:

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US Rigged Courts (Uploaded Dec. 2009)

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The US really doesn't manufacture much anymore. Breaking up families, taking away children, ruining productive people, and railroading them to prison, enriches lawyers, and allows friends and family of elected officials and other officials to have 6 figure jobs having to do with taking away children, domestic spying, processing citizens to fleece and "re-educate" them, and for locking up as many citizens and children as is possible. Organized Crime builds, runs, and supplies facilities, elected and other officials get bribes and other freebies. Much of the US is run the same way as Connecticut. The world is abused out of Connecticut. Some of the richest bankers, those in drug companies, and even those involved in bio-weapons and research reside in Connecticut. Yale University in New Haven is the starting place for many US Presidents and the who is who in America. Many citizens, including myself, Steven G. Erickson, want to leave while the getting is still good.

In Connecticut a son of a candidate for governor, Benjamin Malloy, a Stamford Connecticut drug dealer, can commit, or try to commit armed robbery and NOT GET PRISON!:
Will Dannel Malloy be Connecticut's next governor? Getting favors and fixing law enforcement and the courts is the first step in that process ...

Targeting Citizens, Protecting Criminals (Sept. 2008 Upload)

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Imagine buying rental property or a small business in downtown America realizing police, prosecutors, judges, and their attorney friends seem out to protect organized crime, each other, prostitutes, heroin and crack cocaine dealers, vandals, and other undesirables before they will families and citizens who aren't connected but think they can work for a piece of the pie.

If you do a word search on "Steven G. Erickson" or on the Mafia of Judges and Lawyers, the "Judencia" you will probably find more on this subject and what I have to say. Look for the Stark Raving Viking blog links.

keywords: Mark Irving, Connecticut State Police Misconduct, Vernon, Rockville Superior Court Judge Jonathan J. Kaplan Attorney Michael H. Agranoff Governor John G. Rowland M. Jodi Rell Amaral Langlois Sgt. Sticca Troop C Izzarelli John Desso Frank Prochaska Prison Jail Robbery rape assault mugger gun knife beat up sexual assault Prosecutor Keith Courier Lana Thompson Robbin Pelc Ken Kenneth Vicky Tamaro Tomaro Peter J. Coukos Pistol Permit Enfield Hartford Wethersfield West East


Peter J. Coukos left the below voicemail for my 14 year old daughter and myself, 2001. He threatens her life. Connecticut State Trooper Mulcahey and Stafford Springs Police Officer "Fat Frank" Prochaska allegedly offered alcoholic, crack cocaine using, and prostitute patronizing, Coukos, help in obtaining a pistol permit to sexually harass and terrorize us out of Connecticut. I notified the FBI that Coukos was trying to extort $30,000 out of me, for him not to make a false accusation against me to send me to prison, making me lose my daughter. Coukos said he would make a false statement against me regarding a gun, I gave that recording to police. I was told by Mulcahey and Prochaska that I would be arrested again and go to prison, if I brought charges against Coukos and didn't leave Connecticut as I was "kicked out".

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This blogger's email:

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Update April 23, 2010, 11:42 AM EST

I've gotten emails from people saying that Mr. Lesco was a concern of police and other authorities. I was also warned that I probably shouldn't take up his cause, to get attention to mine. The reason given was that, Mr. Lesco, was known to be a problem and police were looking at nailing him. Well, it could be rumor, someone who doesn't like Mr. Lesco, or a cop propagandist. More, and more, police officers, judicial branch employees, and others are getting hold of me, filling in the blanks on many stories, and issues. By keeping you, and them, anonymous when asked, I hope to continue to get the flow in of information I'm getting.

I would like Mr. Lesco, to contact me. I would like to hear his side of the story, and would try to remain impartial. I know that authorities are less likely to railroad, harass, and break laws when a light is shining on them.

Thank you.

-Steven G. Erickson


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I couldn't agree with you more! Who is the real victim? The Cat?? NO! this man's family who must be completely humiliated and torn apart over this craziness!

Thu Apr 22, 01:54:00 AM 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Cruelty-to-Animals statutes in CT are CGS 53-247a, b, c, and d. The a portion is misdemeanor and carries one year max. I have two (false) convictions under a. It is a 191-word run-on sentence which is written in archaic language. (It's very old.) It's difficult to understand, but seems to have everything to do with the treatment and/or mistreatment of farm animals, and says nothing about domesticated pets such as cats or dogs. In the middle of the statute are the words, 'with intent', which I believe would seem to apply to the entire a section. However, my judge, incredibly and unbelievably, told the jury, "It is NOT necessary to consider 'intent' when deliberating this 247a charge." She deliberately mislead and mis-instructed the jury, and that's how I got convicted. The jury never saw the entire statute. The were given thirteen words cherry-picked from the 191-word statute.

I do not believe there is a statute which prohibits the killing of one's own domesticated pets. I've read sections b, c and d, which are the felony counts, and I do not recall any such thing. Sections b and c are about harboring and training animals to fight, if I recall. I was charged with multiple accounts of b and c. I don't remember what d is all about. The felony charges carry five years max. If this guy has a good attorney, depending upon the judge, he probably gets off, or gets off with a slap. If he has a public defender and plea-bargains or goes to trial, he could get screwed big-time, including prison if he has a prior record. As you know, justice in CT is very uneven, and basically they can do what ever they want. It all depends upon how vicious and underhanded the prosecutor is. Also, he's a man in his prime years. CT does not like men in their prime; it's a feminine-biased, nanny-state system where the State knows best. If the prosecutor is a woman, the male defendant can easily get screwed in CT because of the v. strong pro-feminine, anti-male bias of the State. And as you know, most state judge walked off the set of Night of the Living Dead, seriously.

It's really quite absurd.

Thu Apr 22, 08:23:00 AM 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Leave this guy alone, he killed a cat that killed his bird that he loved, so what???? Cats are stupid creatures anyway, they are like having a pet ant, cats dont listen to their owners at all, they are too dumb. people are murdering people in the U.S everyday, and shooting deer for FUN, leave this guy alone, and go incarcarate the real crimianls u fools.

Thu Apr 22, 11:33:00 AM 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

THis guy has real issues. First of all, he's keeping his bird roaming free with a predator in the area. Smart? No, he needs to be trained how to care for animals and maybe spend a bit of time learning what he has around him and the potential risks involved. What idiot thinks a bird and cat will get along just fine?

And I call BS on the events surrounding this. The cat has his bird so he starts lobbing heavy objects at it? The bird is most likely going to die if it gets hit while the cat is going to shrug it off. I suspect he let his anger stew a while and then took on the cat.

That points to a real problem in his psyche, I wouldn't trust him around kids much less pets.

Thu Apr 22, 03:51:00 PM 2010  
Blogger The_SRV said...

Anonymous, I posted the below comment on on this subject. It mostly applies to your comment too.

Do you believe the government and police should be in your family's life 24/7 in case you might do something wrong?

In West Virginia, chicken farm workers at a company supplying a major fast food restaurant were accused of being too rough with chickens they were processing. Felony animal cruelty for doing their jobs!!! PeTa has too much influence in Big Brother's government. I wouldn't risk prison for minimum wage at that West Virginia plant doing a necessary job for many Americans to eat.

What if someone in Connecticut was raising "free range" chickens? To eat healthier, should they risk losing their home, not seeing their children ever again, and being sent off to the prison camp? How about if you're raising cows or pigs, should that person get prison too?

If my dog bit my daughter when she was a baby, or older, I would strangle and beat the dog to death on the spot, and not apologize to anyone ever.

My dog and cat were given away when I was sent off to prison. I resisted being mugged on the property that I used to own. Self-defense is not legal in Connecticut. I had a permit to carry a pistol, but decided to sell the guns prior because police refused to investigate break-ins even when I caught the culprits in the act in Stafford Springs, Connecticut. If I couldn't secure toilet paper, clean towels, and cold beer in my fridge, I couldn't even have guns locked up in my own house. I was sentenced to a year in prison for pepper spraying a mugger, and the mugger, Brian Caldwell, a violent druggie felon was given immunity to prosecute me.

My daughter and most of my family disowned me because I went to prison. So, seeing this guy suffer, his family suffer, over a cat, really irks me.

Thu Apr 22, 06:26:00 PM 2010  
Blogger The_SRV said...

A female animal lover whom I know, said to make sure I mention that Mr. Lesco was probably acting mercifully, not wanting the cat to suffer. So, I hope if Mr. Lesco is forced to endure a jury trial, there is a juror who can think for herself, or himself, like my lady friend.

And #2, my dog Alexandra was a Rotty, Great Dane mix, so she was huge and could jump from standing start, up onto of a 6' high rock wall, in one leap. So, I didn't have an ankle biter to worry about biting my daughter. Alex was a good dog and I miss her. I heard she was given to a rape victim in Connecticut, after I was railroaded to prison. The young woman, a jogger who took up walking and jogging again, feeling safe in her own home again with Alex to run by her side ...

Thu Apr 22, 06:48:00 PM 2010  

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