In addition, the owner of the property from which the signs were stolen, Joyce Johnson, said only the signs for Princeton Computer Tutor & Repairs, a local computer company, were taken even though there were other signs on her property, including some political ones.
The missing lawn signs belonged to Ted Horodynsky, president of Princeton Computer Tutor & Repairs.
According to the records, officers at Mulvey’s home confronted him about the apparent targeting, but he “couldn’t explain why he only removed Horodynsky’s signs.”
He did not respond to a request for comment, nor did his lawyer.
This report seems consistent with a specific animus. But it also is consistent with the idea that Mulvey thought he could get away with it. Why?
Because Martin Weitzman stole the manure allegedly which was worth more in money damages? Or because both knew their respective universities had withheld info from the FBI about Russia using plagiarism kompromat on Stanley Fischer to get IMF loans? Both knew Harvard withheld info from FBI during US v Harvard, Shleifer and Hay?
Because Mulvey knew that Harvard and Princeton continued to withhold info after death of Berezovsky to shut him up about Stanley Fischer? After Boston bombing? During Stanley Fischer background check?
These profs think they can get away with covering up spying, blackmail and murder by Russia? Even after FBI told of it? So they can steal signs if they want to? Should parents of children to be exposed to him be told what Princeton knows?
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