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Is ex-NYPD #PeterLiang ‘s Rich Mom who Paid $655,500 ALL-CASH for Her Home Mocking #AkaiGurley ‘s Death via Blood on Her Hair, Fur Coat, etc?

The following is a modified and edited guest post from a reader.

See the eight (8) photos of Peter Liang’s mother (dated between November 2015 to March 2016) in this blog.

Peter Liang’s mother, Fanny Liang (real Chinese name: Hui-Fen He) who owns a multi-family house in Brooklyn worth nearly $1 Million at 1968 65th St, Brooklyn NY 11204 collecting rental income from tenants, in various pictures displaying her red hair that resembled blood. You decide if Fanny Liang was mocking Akai Gurley via “blood on her hair” and fur coat (dead animal skin symbolic of Akai Gurley) before, during and after her son’s trial in Brooklyn courthouse. Fanny Liang ironically was wearing her black fur coat while accepting PUBLIC MONEY DONATIONS (at last count per World Journal Chinese newspaper in early March 2016, more than $600,000 cash donations) to help her son pay for legal bills. If you have sharp eyes for luxury handbags, can you tell if Fanny Liang was carrying a luxury handbag in the pictures below? Is this the new trend? Rich people no longer need to hide their wealth when seeking public monetary donations? Fanny Liang (real name: Hui-Fen He) and her husband (Ri-Wen Liang) own a multi-family house at 1968 65th Street, Brooklyn NY 11204, they bought and paid for this Brooklyn home in 2005 for $655,500 with CASH ONLY, NO MORTGAGE NEEDED. This Brooklyn house is currently worth nearly $1 Million. Part of the Brooklyn house is rented to tenants for rental income.

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Peter Liang’s mother Fanny Liang dyed her hair red that resembled blood and wore fur coat (dead animal skin). Did she want to remind the jury that she had Akai Gurley’s blood all over her hair and dead animal skin symbolic of Akai GurleyPhoto credit: New York Post article January 19, 2016 in Brooklyn courthouse.

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Another picture of Fanny Liang in red hair and black fur coat in Brooklyn courthouse. Photo credit: Sing Tao Daily article January 19, 2016.

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Fanny Liang in red hair and black fur coat checking the public donation money to pay for her son’s legal bills. Any experts in luxury handbags? Was Fanny Liang carrying a luxury handbag in the photo? Photo credit: Epoch Times article December 2, 2015.

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Fanny Liang in red hair and black fur coat checking the public donation money to pay for her son’s legal bills. Any experts in luxury handbags? Was Fanny Liang carrying a luxury handbag in the photo? Photo credit: Sing Tao Daily article December 2, 2015.

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Fanny Liang in red hair and black fur coat checking the public donation money to pay for her son’s legal bills. Any experts in luxury handbags? Was Fanny Liang carrying a luxury handbag in the photo? Photo credit  Sing Tao Daily article on December 21, 2016.

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Fanny Liang in red hair. She was picking up public donations from Lin Sing Association to pay her son’s legal bills. Any experts in luxury handbags? Was Fanny Liang carrying a luxury handbag in the photo? Photo credit: Sing Tao Daily article on December 23, 2016.

Take a listen to Fanny Liang in angry outburst one day after her son was convicted.  Video credit: NY1 News reporter Dean Meminger’s tweet February 12, 2016

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Still in red hair but color faded after multiple shampoo washes, Fanny Liang wore dark sunglasses, a black down jacket and spoke to the media one day after her son was convicted. Photo credit: Epoch Times article February 12, 2016.

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More than two weeks after her son was convicted, Fanny Liang still kept her hair red as seen in this picture. Photo credit: US China Press March 4, 2016
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Anti-Trust Issue: #KeyFood Should Withdraw Bids at 2 NE Queens #NYC Waldbaums

Folks, there is an area in Queens, NY (Fresh Meadows/Bayside, Queens area) where I think Key Food Supermarket will become too dominant in the neighborhood (aka: Anti-Trust Issues) if Key Food does not withdraw from bidding at the 2 Waldbaum’s Supermarkets below. There is also the fact that, for the acquired stores, Key Food Only wants to Keep Lowest Paid Part-Timers, Cut Medical Benefits from Family Plan to Single Plan & Reduce Hourly Pay by $5/Hr.

Scroll down to file Anti-Trust complaints to the FTC (Federal Trade Commission), the Key Food headquarter phone number and address are also listed below. The local NY Senator Tony Avella is keeping a close watch on the fate of the Waldbaum’s and Pathmark within his district, you can subscribe to Senator Avella’s mailing list at this link for the latest updates on the five Waldbaum’s and Pathmark in his district. The 2 Waldbaum’s noted in this blog are both inside Senator Avella’s district. In addition, the following grocery stores are also in Senator Avella’s districtPathmark at 31-06 Farrington St, Flushing NY 11354, Waldbaum’s at 213-15 26th Ave, Bayside NY 11360, and Waldbaum’s at 153-01 10th Ave, Whitestone NY 11357.

I believe the heavy concentration of Key Food clustering in one area (FOUR Key Food Supermarkets within a THREE-mile radius, with no other comparable American supermarket nearby) is stifling competition and giving consumers little choices. Although there are two ethnic supermarkets: Korean H-Mart Supermarket and Chinese IOG Supermarket, I heard these two Asian Supermarkets have bad odor in the store (Rotten-egg like Kimchi odor at HMart by the K-Town Restaurant inside the supermarket, and fishy odor in the open fish tank at IOG) that turn off non-Asian customers. That’s besides the fact that ethnic grocers HMart and IOG do not sell as many variety of mainstream American food products.

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Existing Key Food (see picture of a Map above)
1) Key Food at 214-14 73rd Ave, Bayside NY 11364  (see the sign of “A” in the photo above)

2) Key Food at 61-50 Springfield Blvd, Bayside NY 11364 (see the sign of “B” in the photo above)

Key Food is a Stalking Horse Bidder intending to buy the following two Waldbaum’s

3) Waldbaum’s to be converted into Key Food at 196-35 Horace Harding Expy, Fresh Meadows, NY 11365 (see the sign of “C” in the photo above)

4) Waldbaum’s to be converted into Key Food at 35-09 Francis Lewis Blvd, Bayside NY 11358 (see the sign of “D” in the photo above)

The Headquarter of Key Food Stores Co-Operatives is: 1200 South Ave, Staten Island, NY, 10314.  Tel: 718-370-4200

In case you want to file complaints with the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) regarding Anti-Trust issues, see below.

To file a complaint with the FTC regarding the Anti-Trust issues related to Key Food,

To fully describe your concern, please provide answers to the following questions:

  • What company, entity or organization is engaging in conduct you believe violates the antitrust laws?
  • How do you believe this entity may have harmed competition?
  • What is your role in the situation? For instance, are you a customer, competitor or supplier?

To help us serve you better, please include a day-time telephone number in your communication.

E-Mail:
antitrust@ftc.gov

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Office of Policy and Coordination
Room CC-5422
Bureau of Competition
Federal Trade Commission
600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20580
Telephone: (202) 326-3300

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Queens Head Injury Conference Opens the Door a Little Wider

On Shaken Baby

queensCountyDAThis fall’s NYC Abusive Head Trauma/Shaken Baby Syndrome Conference, sponsored jointly by the Queens County District Attorney’s Office and the New York City Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, will feature some of the most outspoken proponents of shaken baby theory but also a few of the skeptics.

The conference, which is aimed at legal and medical professionals, costs only $25 and runs a day and a half, on September 17 and 18. The program will open with a history of traumatic brain injury by science writer Sam Kean, whose new book The Tale of the Dueling Neurosurgeons promises “true stories of trauma, madness, and recovery.”

Past Queens conferences have featured roundtable discussions that included critics as well as proponents of shaken baby theory, but this year’s schedule lists two full presentations from skeptics, one by attorneys Keith Findley of the Wisconsin Innocence Project and Adele Bernhard of the Post-Conviction Innocence Clinic, and one…

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Successful Appeals Keep the Conversation Going

On Shaken Baby

Two court decisions in different parts of the country have brought shaken baby syndrome theory into the news this week, one focusing on the science of infant head injury and the other on legal process.

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In a move that USA Today called a possible state precedent, Judge James J. Piampiano in Monroe County, New York, vacated the murder conviction of child care provider Rene Bailey, citing what he called “a compelling and consequential shift in mainstream medical opinion” about the kind of injuries suffered by two-and-a-half-year-old Brittney Sheets at Bailey’s home day care in 2001.

At the time, Bailey reported that Brittney had fallen off a chair, but prosecution doctors testified that a fall from only 18 inches could not kill a child. The decision, available on line through the Democrat & Chronicle news coverage, quotes pediatrician Jack Finnell on the stand at Bailey’s trial in December of 2001:

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Ebola In NYC : RiteAid stocking up Face Masks, Hand Sanitizers & Lysol

Check out the 2 photos below: Rite Aid Pharmacy in New York City displaying Purell Hand Sanitizers ($1.99 each), Face Masks ($8.29 each) and Lysol ($7.79 each) right next to the Cashier station for weary New Yorkers to protect themselves against Ebola or just the flu and common cold. CAM02128 CAM02129

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“The Syndrome” Promises Fireworks

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“Shaken baby syndrome is the most mind-blowing story I have encountered in 26 years as a journalist,” says Susan Goldsmith, whose film The Syndrome has been nominated for a Jury Award at its premiere next month at the Kansas International Film Festival. “The deeper and deeper you go, the worse it gets.”

Even over the phone, Goldsmith crackles with the same energy that makes the trailer so compelling and no doubt earned the film its nomination. “When I found out how the promoters of the theory are trying to silence their critics,” she flares, “I knew I had to make this movie.”

She promises an “explosive” exposé, consistent with her web site’s report that the film “unflinchingly identifies those who have built careers and profited from this theory along with revealing their shocking pasts.”

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The Syndrome profiles three of the most outspoken critics of shaking theory, forensic pathologist John Plunkett, pediatric neuroradiologist Pat Barnes, and neurosurgeon…

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My #NYPrimary Ballot I just voted 4 @ZephyrTeachout @superwuster & @tonyavella #sd11 #TeachoutWu

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I went to vote bright & early this morning with my grandmother. She voted exactly the same as mine, but she is old-schooled, refusing to let me take a picture of her ballot. She cites the Anthony Weiner “little weiner” selfie as an example. She says to me, “It’s OK to talk about your private parts or private decisions, but not OK to publicize them in pictures.”

 

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