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Back in October we published this story about the chinstrapped laardvark, Joe “Fingers McGee” Herman, after his former business partner Kevin Perry called him out from jail for fingerblasting his wife Stacy:
I'll take the one on the left!! Yummy!!! pic.twitter.com/XgeL64F8bd
— Party Waren Kebber (@WebbDawgTG) October 23, 2017
The two of them used Kevin’s proceeds from selling fentanyl to open up a restaurant and buy a bar in Worcester. Kevin went to jail and Joe’s magic fingers began wandering into crevices that didn’t belong to him. Meanwhile Joe was using Kevin’s drug money to open up new places, like the Chameleon and the Hangover Pub:
“The Hangover will be a great spot for all ages and anyone that enjoys bacon and trying fun food,” said Danielle Spring, who will manage both locations and is a partner in The Hangover Pub LLC group with Joseph Herman, Chris Slavinskas and a silent partner.
Yea, his business partner was this chick:
OK then. Love trumps hate y’all!
This of course was fucking over Kevin Perry because he needed that cash as leverage he could give the feds in order to reduce his sentence, thus prompting the vengeful Facebook post.
Not coincidentally once the feds began looking into Fingers McGee he immediately took to Facebook to distance himself from the restaurant that he had opened with drug money:
“I can’t get into the particulars of everything.”
Translation – the fuzz is onto me, and if I quit now that means I can’t go to jail right?
Joe Herman had since become the manager at Hooter’s in Shrewsbury, where he assembled a haram of women with loose morals who are basically his sidepieces despite having a wife and children at home. And by “haram of women with loose morals,” I mean, they’re whores. Does that offend you? Good. Because girls who sleep with married men because they have perceived power and money are whores. Ya got that ladies? That’s just who you are now. I know a bunch of you messaged us all butthurt when you got dragged into that last blog, but you totally deserved it. There’s no possible way you were sexually or emotionally attracted to this individual:
You agreed to be his mistress because he could get you nice things. You didn’t care that he had a wife and kids at home because whores don’t ask questions like that. Sorry, not sorry.
We also pointed out how Joe Herman used some of Kevin Perry’s drug money to go on a trip to Atlantic City with two of his favorite smash cushions – Chelsea Principe-Strom and Sam Caouette.
Since we always cite and document our facts we even provided some receipts from their trip:
All paid for with Kevin Perry’s drug money.
Of course no mainstream media outlets picked up on the story because to do so would be to recognize that we are in fact real news. Ya see, the MSM doesn’t really report news or investigate stories. That would require doing actual work and having sources that come to them with stories. Instead they rely on press releases from authorities, which is why they finally reported on what we did 6 months ago:
Christopher Slavinskas admitted to hiding a black toolbox containing more than $300,000 of Kevin A. Perry’s drug money in a church and using $20,000 of the funds to pay for a vacation to Atlantic City. Slavinskas pleaded guilty in federal court in Worcester on Thursday to a charge of false statements, where he admitted to removing about $80,000 of Perry’s drug money from the black toolbox. Slavinskas was first interviewed by federal investigators in August and asked about Perry’s drug money. He told the investigators that Perry’s wife, Stacey Gala, gave him the black toolbox containing about $200,000 of drug proceeds and that he hid it in a church on Lincoln Street. But eventually, Slavinskas got nervous and gave the toolbox back to Gala at her office at The Blackstone Tap. He told investigators that he did not tamper with any of the money inside.
However, when Slavinskas was summoned to a grand jury in September, his story changed. He testified that Joseph Herman, who was one of his business partners and was the manager of The Usual, was the one who dropped off the toolbox full of Perry’s drug money to the church. Additionally, Slavinskas said that Herman took $80,000 from the toolbox. But then in October, Slavinskas voluntarily returned to the grand jury to recant some of his statements.
In court Thursday, prosecutor Greg A. Friedholm explained to Judge Timothy S. Hillman that Slavinskas did, in fact, remove about $80,000 in drug money from the toolbox. About $20,000 of that money was used so Slavinskas and Herman could take two women on a vacation to Atlantic City, Friedholm said.
Slavinskas used to be an owner of The Hangover Pub on Green Street, but since the charges against him came forward, the restaurant has cut ties with him.
“In regards to Christopher Slavinskas we are currently in the process of removing Chris from our liquor license and are working with the city of Worcester to expedite this process,” Jay Grey of The Hangover Pub said Thursday. “As soon as the transfer is complete, this information will be made public record. Chris is no longer affiliated with The Hangover Pub and once removed from our liquor license will have no involvement in our business moving forward.”
Oh look, just like we said in October – they used Kevin Perry’s drug money to bang coeds in Atlantic City.
Why was Chris Slavinskas trying to blame it all on his good friend and business partner Fingers McGee? They were BFFLs!!
Is Sean Bucci the only loyal drug dealer left in the world?
On top of that both Slavinskas and Herman have children. What the hell is wrong with these idiots? Why would anyone who loves their kids participate in illegal activity that could take them away from their kids? Nothing scares me more than the idea of not being able to see my kids. Nothing. I’d rather be broke and living in Plumley Village with my kids than ghetto rich and living in Walpole without them. Because I’m normal. These people are not normal.
This part was interesting too:
He told the investigators that Perry’s wife, Stacey Gala, gave him the black toolbox containing about $200,000 of drug proceeds and that he hid it in a church on Lincoln Street.
He hid drug money in a church? Guess that’s the thing to do nowadays if your breaking the law – run to a church and claim sanctuary. If he hid an illegal immigrant there it would be no big deal. But the government actually wants Kevin Perry’s drug money so they weren’t letting this one go.
Do we know for sure it was his church? No. But, I mean, what are the odds it wasn’t his church? What other Lincoln Street church would Chris feel comfortable dropping off $80K in drug money for safe keeping? Do they just not ask questions there when random guys drop off briefcases full of cash? Or is the church getting a free pass here because they pay so much in taxes to the City of Worcester?
Anyway, for those of you unfamiliar with Worcester, the Hangover Pub is the bomb. They found a way to put bacon in pretty much everything. Nuff said. The Usual (which Perry and Fingers McGee used to own) was wicked good too. Politicians around here keep telling us we’re going through a “renaissance,” often citing the burgeoning restaurant scene.
Here’s my question – are there any restaurants in Worcester that are part of this “renaissance” that weren’t financially backed by Kevin Perry’s drug money? Don’t forget, Mike Covino, who owns the enormously successful Niche Hospitality restaurants, was the one who testified in front of the License Commission on behalf of Kevin Perry:
Covino said Niche’s creative staff and chefs worked with Perry’s staff to help plan the new restaurant. In fact, Covino appeared before the License Commission on Aug. 11, 2016 along with Perry’s wife, Stacey Perry, as part of the all-alcohol license application for The Usual. Stacey identified herself to the commission as Stacey Gala (her maiden name). Kevin Perry, who at that point had a past drug conviction and would have been ineligible to receive a license, did not testify at the hearing.
But he’ll get a free pass because everyone likes Mezcal, The Fix, and Bocado. Even though he was associating with and going to bat for an ex-con who suddenly had millions of dollars to spend, and didn’t think to ask how. There’s nothing shadier and more corrupt than anyone who is involved in Worcester’s “renaissance.” It’s all fueled by drug proceeds that came off the backs of dead junkboxes.
Seriously, what part of this aren’t people understanding? Drug money is not your money. It belongs to the federal government. You paid no taxes on it, and you acquired that money by breaking the law. At no point in time did it ever legally belong to you. You cannot spend it. If you do, they will find out.
Oh, and stop lying to grand juries about laundering drug money. That’s a crime too. Unless your name is Leigha Genduso, and then you’ll be rewarded with a $150K a year job on the MSP.
Shortly after this story came out The Hangover Pub announced they were closing for a little bit:
They insist they’re opening back up, which would be sweet because the food there is really good. But yea, for future reference, if you’re gonna open up a restaurant just get a loan from a bank instead of some shady Worcester wannabe baller.