Thursday, June 27, 2013

Who pays Leighton's attorneys?


QUESTIONS:

Does it make you feel uncomfortable to know that Leighton spent the weekend at the city solicitor’s New Jesrsey home?

Did you know that Leighton is related to city solicitor Bill Vinsko?

 

Do you believe, like I do, that the solicitors effectively serve as Leighton’s legal defense team?

Whose bidding should be done?   The city of Wilkes-Barre?  Or Mayor Thomas Leighton?

 

Does it make you upset that tax dollars pay for solicitors Tim Henry and Bill Vinsko?

Do you believe that the city solicitors had a duty to stop the 7 year  “CARS FOR CASH” scam – but didn’t?

 

Do you believe they should be accountable for what they must have known?

 

 

In May 2013 I asked Bill Vinsko (Facebook) “Please explain to the city (WB) why you were disbarred in New Jersey?

 

Vinsko replied:  Dear Mr. Robbins, I was not disbarred in NJ.  Get your facts straight before you get sued for defamation.  Take this as a warning.  I am not going to roll over like some people do with your ridiculous garbage. 

Bring it on.

 

Had Attorney Vinsko simply explained to me that his license was revoked because he had failed to keep up with the required payments (7 years)… then this would have served as a satisfactory explanation. Instead Bill and Brian Vinsko went “nuclear.” They sent me an extremely threatening letter. See below.

 

They threatened a lawsuit over me asking a public official – City solicitor Bill Vinsko – ONE QUESTION!!!

 

 

LICENSE ADMINISTRATIVELY REVOKED

 

License Administratively Revoked-The attorney is not currently eligible to practice law in 

New Jersey for one or more reasons, including failure to pay the annual attorney 

assessment to the New Jersey Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection, failure to register 

with IOLTA or maintain IOLTA accounts, or otherwise failing to meet the requirements 

of Rule 1:21-1(a).Administrative ineligibility is not the result of discipline, but attorneys 

who are administratively ineligible are not allowed to practice law in New Jersey. 

 

Administratively Ineligible – The attorney is not currently eligible to practice law in 

New Jersey for one or more reasons, including failure to pay the annual attorney 

assessment to the New Jersey Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection, failure to register 

with IOLTA or maintain IOLTA accounts, or otherwise failing to meet the requirements 

of Rule 1:21-1(a).Administrative ineligibility is not the result of discipline, but attorneys 

who are administratively ineligible are not allowed to practice law in New Jersey.