Today’s news:

To The Editor:

To the voters of the 21st State Senate District, the allegations regarding my opponent State Senator Kevin Parker are quite disturbing.

If the charges are true that Mr. Parker assaulted one of his aides by pushing her, and then knocking her glasses to the ground, and then stomping on them, then Mr. Parker is unfit to continue serving the good people of the 21st Senate District.

If he can’t control himself how could we expect him to take care of the needs of our district. This seems to be an on going pattern with Mr. Parker.

In 2005 he was ordered to undergo anger management training after he was charged with punching a women traffic agent in the face for writing him a parking ticket in Flatbush. Several weeks later a former aide complained, publicly, that Parker once assaulted her.

It is clear that Mr. Parker has no respect for woman, based on his actions. Let’s hope that Mr. Parker gets the much needed help he clearly needs. Who knows maybe this time instead of anger management training he might need sometime behind bars, to contemplate his actions, of course that is if the charges are true.

Glenn P. Nocera

Candidate

21st State Senate District

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