June 16, 2008

Re: Station Nightclub Fire Lessons by Pravda

Monique Chartier

It appears from this link that Mr. Michael DiMascolo will once again "teach" a mandatory course June 24 - 26 for the state Fire Academy to all Rhode Island Assistant Deputy State Fire Marshals, a course that will presumably include the wholesale white-washing, described by Dave Kane in my prior post, of West Warwick Fire Marshal Dennis Larocque's criminal handling of the Station Nightclub inspections prior to the fire.

To anyone attending this course: this is an open solicitation for an audio or video recording of that portion of Mr. DiMascolo's lesson which pertains to Dennis Larocque's inspection of the Station Nightclub. Such high level fiction in a public safety course deserves to be shared with and appreciated by a much wider audience than just course attendees.

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Are you kidding?

You are asking the same people that sat quietly and defended Lazy-ass Pauly "No Show" Doughty sitting home on his lazy ass eating Cheetos and watching "Rescue Me" reruns to hold one (or some) of their own accountable.

It ain't in their DNA to do the right thing.

Remember, it's Union First, Entitlements Second and Public Safety if there is any time left.

Posted by: George Elbow at June 17, 2008 7:37 AM

If only the people who vote democrat really knew what their party stood for.

Posted by: George at June 17, 2008 1:49 PM

Great point, George. "Cronyism to cover a crime" is not a plank in the Democrat platform.

Fortunately, people have already come forward, George Elbow. They correctly realize that this is a public safety matter.

Posted by: Monique at June 17, 2008 2:04 PM

Read here about the head crony, Patrick Lynch:


Posted by: Citizen Critic at June 17, 2008 2:12 PM
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