This just found in our email in-box:
NACo-Gate Day 15: Did Lou Magazzu Sign The $10,000 Check To His NACo Slush Fund?
Will Magazzu allow the Cumberland County Democrat’s treasurer to release loan documents and cancelled checks?
Millville – Lou Magazzu’s NACo-Gate controversy has reached its 15th day due to his refusal to be completely honest and open with answers to questions revolving around his NACo slush fund and junket to Tennessee. It appears the only time Magazzu tried to be honest throughout the NACo-Gate controversy was when he released missing dates and even then Magazzu blamed someone else for missing information.
“It’s time for Lou Magazzu to be completely honest and open with the voters of Cumberland County,” Cumberland County Regular Republican Organization Chairman Robert “Bob” Greco said. “No more spinning, no more hiding behind relatives and campaign managers, just straight answers because that is what the residents of Cumberland County deserve from an elected official.”
“Lou Magazzu has yet to tell the voters of Cumberland County who authorized a $10,000 no interest loan from the Cumberland County Democratic Party to his NACo slush fund,” Greco continued. “Sure, he claims to have discussed it with a campaign manager, but one would think the organization’s treasurer is the person he should have talked to about a loan and his claim tells no one who approved the loan.”
“It’s time for Lou Magazzu to answer the important questions,” Greco stated.
Greco asked, “Why would Magazzu discuss a loan with a campaign manager rather than the Democrat’s treasurer? Did the Cumberland County Democrat’s treasurer sign the $10,000 check? Did Lou Magazzu sign the $10,000 check? Did the Cumberland County Democrat’s treasurer sign a loan agreement? Was a loan agreement written and who drew it up? Why is Lou Magazzu afraid to answer these questions?”
“Since Lou Magazzu refuses to be honest about the details of the $10,000 no interest loan to his NACo slush fund, it’s time for the Cumberland County Democrat’s treasurer to answer the questions pertaining to the loan,” Greco said. “The organization’s money is the treasurer’s responsibility, surly he will be able to provide answers and copies of the check and loan documents.”
Come on Lou, no more stalling. Maybe it is time that ELEC get involved. Maybe the state attorney general? Nah, that won;t work, Corzine appointed her and he is implicated himself with his questionable gift to you a month AFTER you had already lost (if you can call never being in the running in the first place a loss).