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Wow, Issler! You really are certifiable! For a moment, I thought you still had a few neurons synapsing in your brain when you said you hoped that any fine would be paid by QE "as they are the ones that acted irresponsibly." I agree! That's what CARES wanted when we brought the Clean Air Act suit in Federal Court, but Bill Moss insisted that the City pay for the cleanup and fought us tooth and nail in the mediation to insulate QE from any financial damage. Got any idea why? Did your "research" come up any reasons?
Then you blew it completely when you went on to say "As we all know, there was 256 feet removed from the ground, here on Marco." Are you sure that wasn't 256 feet and 1 inch? You blithering idiot! No one knows for sure how much pipe was removed, crushed, dumped into Collier as fill and onto Veterans Park because there are no records! QE admits to having records of only 4 dump loads of asbestos-containing pipe deposited in the Naples landfill because they never told the landfill what was in all those other dumptrucks that were flying over the bridge. 256 feet of pipe? Precisely 4 feet less than the trigger for fines! Believe that and Arceri will sell you the Brooklyn Bridge. I know he owns it because I've seen the deed that was executed when he bought it from Bill Moss!
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