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Cerrie case moved

County court sends forcible touching case to Stockton

October 2, 2013

The legal case involving Fredonia Village Trustee Joseph Cerrie is officially being sent to the town of Stockton’s courthouse....

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Donnar

Oct-03-13 4:47 PM

I guess I called that one! Judeye, you never fail to disappoint. Now all we need is church lady gaggle, Uncle Fester, Toady Christifuu to chime in.

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HaveANiceDay

Oct-03-13 2:35 PM

Judeye, he did it. Now Cerrie and his lawyer are just trying to figure out how he can come out of this smelling like a rose. Reed's name was all over the news for failure to pay taxes so I don't want you going all "oh the poor Democrats" on us.......

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localresident

Oct-03-13 11:02 AM

Well, the thing about being part of politics. You expect the people being elected to have sound moral judgment, and to hold themselves to a "higher standard". Kind of like the person teaching your kindergartner. You expect that they are responsible, morally, emotionally, and hygienically capable. When you find out that may not be the case, how do you react?

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judeye

Oct-03-13 8:38 AM

HaveANiceDay..I AM a feminist...advocate for equality for all. Just like my mother and grandmother and even great grandmother before me. And let me add...most of the MALE members of my family as well. We believe in something called equality for all.

We also believe in the the USA system of justice which hold a person is INNOCENT until proven guilty in a court of law.

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judeye

Oct-03-13 8:35 AM

Still I feel for anyone who has their name dragged out front before they have been proven guilty of any wrong doing.

I understand and agree that due to his position on the village board that he is receiving the extra attention. I guess it is a price that anyone in the public eye must pay.

Treat all public figures the same when they are charged with a crime.

Remember the bold Headlines when our Rep Reed 'forgot' to pay his tax bill? Or the headlines when he used campaign funds to pay his personal bills? Oh never mind, that was not as serious as this alleged misdemeanor and thus it did not warrant top billing in our paper. Or did it make the headlines and I just forgot?

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localresident

Oct-02-13 6:13 PM

Judeye, I believe there were two politicians in Dunkirk given similar treatment for their DUI arrests in recent years. By no means is this singling anyone out. "Wolf", you're crying it.

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rumblefish

Oct-02-13 5:29 PM

we agree with others, when you are a public figure you are expected to be held to a higher standard than the average Joe, Cerrie is not being singled out, one case comes to mind involving a Dunkirk Councilman, the Buffalo media stations sent a crew to get a response from him at a council meeting, so if accountability comes with the job, then accountable you will be in the public forum

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HaveANiceDay

Oct-02-13 4:58 PM

Cerrie feels up some girl and judeye feels badly for HIM!!!!!! And all along I thought judeye was a feminist.........

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Christopher

Oct-02-13 11:38 AM

Like it or not, judeye, he's a public figure, NOT just anyone else. It may be a "Tempest in a Teapot" when it's all said and done, but for now, it IS local news.

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commentor

Oct-02-13 10:16 AM

ACA (Obama Care) is NOT a good thing. It is a disaster. As for Cerrie one he should have resigned as a trustee. Guilty or innocent he shouldn't have put himself in the situation. As for keeping the girl's name quiet, wrong.

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Donnar

Oct-02-13 9:03 AM

If this was Tom Reed Judeye and Dcron would be all over it!

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joew

Oct-02-13 8:55 AM

Sure they would Judeye if they are supposed to be a leader and be a pillar of the community. You mean the LAW that only pertains to the average person on the street that your pal changed to reward certain people?

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judeye

Oct-02-13 7:13 AM

Anyone else charged with a misdemeanor would not have their name and picture in bold print on the front page of the paper. I feel so badly for him and his family. Really is there so little news that you had to once again make this a front page story? By the way he is still INNOCENT until proven in a court of law to be guilty.

Where is the story on the ACA and where people can go to get help finding out more on how this LAW can help their family? Now that really should be front page news...GOOD NEWS by the way.

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