CENSORSHIP AT THE MEDFORD CITY COUNCIL
Allegations and Accusations that President Of City Council Violated Rules by accepting airtime from board member of TV3
Paul A. Camuso defended the actions of Medford Community Cablevision, Inc. when now-Budget Director Stephanie Muccini Burke attempted to bring information forward to the City Council, with City Solicitor Mark Rumley by her side. They were blindsided by Camuso’s defiant allegiance to Medford Community Cablevision, Inc. With the second arrest in a year of Council President Camuso’s dear friend, Gary Zappelli, citizens are outraged.
After a manhunt for young 16 year old cadet, Bryson Alexander, on August 5, 2014, the same day that Zappelli was supposed to stand trial for a false bomb threat, the huge search – which consisted of K-9, Coast Guard and State Police helicopter resulted in finding the young man alive, along with his grandfather’s doggy – Onyx – at 3-5 Old Colony Way in Provincetown, where the former webmaster of embattled 501c3 Medford Community Cablevision was staying. Allegedly, Zappelli admitted to the police that he gave the minor alcohol. Council President Camuso’s alignment with Zappelli, as well as Mayor Michael J. McGlynn’s, MUST be scrutinized by voters.
Here’s one of the stories on the case
Bryson Alexander Missing: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
UPDATE: Provincetown (16 year old) teen found (with former TV3 Medford webmaster, 50 year old Gary Zappelli who was arrested after allegedly telling police he furnished alcohol to the young male.
“Thanks largely in part to the combined efforts of police and concerned citizens Mr. Alexander has been located.”
The Provincetown Police Department would like to thanks all those involved in the search and for stepping up to ensure a peaceful happy ending to this ordeal was achieved.”
Watch Zappelli perp walk on this video:
See Zappelli get into police car
PROVINCETOWN – A man living at the Old Colony Way residence where a missing teen was found Wednesday is facing charges. In video you’ll see only on Cape Wide News, Gary Zappelli, 50, of Revere, MA voluntarily goes with Provincetown Police to the station where he reportedly admitted to furnishing beer to the 16-year-old. Zappelli was arrested and charged with furnishing alcohol to a minor. He pleaded not guilty in Orleans District Court and was ordered to stay away from the 16-year-old. The boy’s disappearance touched off an intense search including a State Police helicopter and a K-9 dog. A Coast Guard boat also searched parts of Provincetown Harbor as well.
Video by Tim Caldwell/CWN