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Disgraced State Trooper Leigha Genduso is finally speaking out after we exposed her drug dealing, money laundering, perjuring past a month and a half ago. And you’ll never believe some of the things she’s telling the Boston Globe….
First of all, she listed her former house in North Reading on her application:
Trooper Leigha Genduso admitted on her State Police application that she experimented with pot as a teenager, but never mentioned that she cut up bales of marijuana and sold it in 10-pound packages covered in gift-wrapping. Still, a clue on Genduso’s 2012 application could have exposed her past and raises questions about how thoroughly she was vetted during the hiring process. A North Reading address that Genduso listed as her former residence was forfeited to the government in a federal drug case — a case in which Genduso took the witness stand in 2007 and recounted her role in a marijuana-trafficking operation.
Which means all the State Police had to do was Google that address and the crime would’ve come up.
“I had a background investigation like everybody else did,” Genduso, 36, said last week in her first public comments since she was suspended without pay in February amid revelations about her past. “I answered the questions.”
No, hunny, you didn’t have a background investigation “like everybody else.” Everybody else’s background was thoroughly scrutinized. Candidates who simply admitted to smoking pot at any point in their life were passed over for you. You are not like everybody else. You are special because you are good friends with former Colonel Marian McGovern, good friends with Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, and you were banging former Lt. Colonel Dan Risteen. The fact that she actually believes she was given equal treatment shows just how insane this broad is.
State Police applicants are asked if they ever used or sold drugs. Genduso wrote that she “experimented” with marijuana in 1999, then “terminated” use, according to her 2012 trooper application.
LIAR!!! You did not “experiment” with weed in 1999 during your senior year at Shrewsbury High School. You did not “terminate” use shortly after that. You moved in with Sean Bucci in 2002. You testified under oath that you smoked weed “basically every day,” as well as popping pills that you did not have a prescription for:
So no, you did not start and then “terminate” smoking weed in 1999. You were a pothead, just like me. And I know damn well that this alone disqualifies me from ever becoming a Statie. I came to terms with that, you did not. Unlike you I’m not a pill popper though, which you LIED about on your application.
Defending that response in her interview with the Globe, Genduso said she gave “a vague answer” to “a large open-ended question” and didn’t believe she lied or misled State Police by failing to disclose her past. She said she elaborated on her answer during a follow-up interview with a background investigator, but doesn’t recall being asked if she sold drugs.
You didn’t mislead them about your past? YYYYEEEAAAAAA!!! You just forgot to mention the part where the MSP themselves investigated you for money laundering, selling weed, and perjuring yourself in front of a grand jury.