Santa Clara News Weekly Summary: DA Won’t Press Criminal Charges Against Caserta; 49ers V.P. Goes Crazy; Who’s on November Ballot

By Robert Haugh

A Weekly Summary from the Mission City’s Best News Source


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  1. If the person who set up the website is reading this site, could you PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE set up a Caserta Watch website?

    They are both bad people who threaten and abuse others. Rowen was arrested for abusing a female bus driver. Caserta has done worse but hasn’t been arrested because of the bad DA decision.

    The both should be sitting in a jail cell together rotting away for what they’ve done.

  2. I hope there is a civil lawsuit against Caserta. The victims deserve to see him answer for his actions. And maybe it will come out that he paid James Rowen cash to attack Ian Crueldad using the fake name “Burt Oliver” and probably a bunch of other fake names.

    The truth, the whole truth, needs to come out. Caserta and Rowen deserve to burn in hell for the things they do in our community.

    • Good statement. A lot of stuff needs to be exposed that Caserta/Rowen and others have done and who helped fund these two bumble heads to attack innocent. Get rid of this pair and others and keep Santa Clara moving in the right direction for a change. Enough of the negative stuff these two and their other cohorts spread from the good ol boys club.

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