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Eugene Rosen

Company Description: The Cable Advisory Council is a Legal entity of the State of Connecticut, composed of appointees who serve and perform the work of the Cable Advisory Council….   more
Background

Employment History

  • Owner
    Gene’s Trusty Pet Service, LLC

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Cable Advisory Council: Town Representatives
www.cableadvisorycouncil.com, 25 Sept 2012 [cached]

CEO Eugene Rosen erosen2@earthlink.net
Cable Advisory Council: Town Representatives
www.cableadvisorycouncil.net, 20 June 2012 [cached]

CEO Eugene Rosen erosen2@earthlink.net CEO BOE Carmella Amodeo amodeoc@newtown.k12.ct.us – Council Vice Chair
Gene’s Trusty Pet Service, LLC
www.genespetservice.com, 1 July 2010 [cached]

Gene Rosen and Client, Duke

Gene Rosen, Owner & Duke, Client Member of:

Gene’s Trusty Pet Service, LLC
www.genespetservice.com, 11 April 2006 [cached]

Gene Rosen, a resident of Sandy Hook, CT for the past twenty years, is a retired psychologist who worked for several years in Newtown at Fairfield Hills State Hospital. He, and his wife, Marilyn, are the happy owners of four stray cats, Leah, Max, Cleo and Wolfee. Leah was found over 10 years ago wandering the grounds of the Garner Correctional Facility in Newtown, while Max and Cleo are recent adoptees from the Danbury Animal Welfare Society in Bethel, CT. Wolfee found them and moved in all on his own! Today these fat cats can be found on any given day in one of their many favorite lazy cat hide-outs!

Gene first became interested in the pet-sitting business after having personally used a pet-sitting service. Both of the Rosens loved knowing that their “children” were left at home, in a safe, familiar environment, receiving wonderful care. Gene believes at the heart of his pet-sitting service lies the basic commodity of trust and he looks forward to serving his friendly neighbors in Sandy Hook, Newtown and surrounding areas.

News Times Live Pet sitter adds photos for his customers
www.news.newstimes.com, 6 July 2005 [cached]

Gene Rosen sells stamps at the Canine Advocates of Newtown Valentine’s Day Boutique at the C.H. Booth Library to help raise money for a new dog pound in Newtown.

Rosen doesn’t charge his clients for the pictures, which are professional in quality.”People love it,” Rosen said.”It’s a complimentary part of the service.”Taking that service a step further, Rosen, a Canine Advocates of Newtown volunteer for the past five years, also donates his time and talent taking similar pictures for its fundraisers.”I’m happy to do it,” said Rosen, a retired state employee.”I’ve got a nice pension and I’ve got the pet sitting business.I’m under no pressure to charge.””Gene is willing to come to take pictures for our scrapbook, too,” said CAN president Virginia Jess.

Rosen, the grandfather of 2-year-old Jack, the apple of his eye, continues to use his theatrical skills as a reader to children attending Hill and Plain Elementary School in New Milford.But, with all his activities, it is his pet sitting that takes up much of his time.”I have a friend in Pennsylvania who was a pet sitter.I tried it and found I could do it,” said the friendly, gregarious Rosen.”It’s a job that entails a great deal of responsibility and the willingness to give up your nights, weekends and holidays.”Rosen, who is supported in his endeavors by his wife, Marilyn, doesn’t mind the job requirements.”Pets are like family and once people give you the key to their house, they are gracious and grateful,” he said.The couple has four cats of their own.To date, he has included caring for dogs, cats, birds and, once, chickens.”I gathered the eggs, cleaned them and put them out for sale,” he recalled.The business is also a boon to his health.”I’m a diabetic and I won’t go to a health club, but walking the dogs is great exercise,” he said One of his customers is a woman in Heritage Village for whom he walks dogs twice a day.”For me, this is a perfect business,” Rosen said.”I get the exercise I need, I have interaction with people and I’m with animals, which I like.”He also gets a kick out of takings photographs of the pets he watches.”I get a lot of pleasure hearing ‘thank you’ and ‘that was a great picture,'” he admitted.Rosen, who was a member of the Flagpole Photography Club and has taken courses in photography, uses a digital SLR camera with a special lens.”If you’re using great equipment (and that can be purchased for about $800, he said) and think about what you’re doing, you can take some unbelievable pictures.”The ever generous Rosen donates his talent to CAN, the Newtown Dog Pound (“I take the pictures that appear in the local newspaper,” he said) and is now getting involved with the state’s Lyme Disease Task Force.He is also “flirting” with the idea of going into the pet photography business.For the time being, though, that will wait.His plate is full.To contact Gene Rosen at Gene’s Trusty Pet Service, call (203) 589-9154, e-mail erosen2@earthlink.net or visit genespetservice.com. this story has been read 1142 times

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This is the youtube video of the complete scanner recordings of the morning of the Sandy Hook shooting.

At 30:15 an officer asks for a license plate to be run.

“872 YEO”

Then at 30:40 Dispatch comes on and spells his name – Christo­pher A. Rodia. It’s a bit garbled but then gives his birth date Aug 6 ’69.

This photo by Yahoo news shows the car being impounded by police but is said to be Adam Lanza’s

There is a Christo­pher A. Rodia in Connecticut, born in 1969. If you google his name you will find an article from February 2012 about him stealing copper

http://www.wtnh.com/dpp/news/crime/duo-caught-stealing-copper-from-construction-site#.UNSqcG9X1Xc

Here’s a video of the police taking a gun out of the trunk

One last thing…I believe the kids were killed and that there were multiple shooters. I am not convinced Adam Lanza was there or did the shooting. If he was there then he wasn’t alone or he was a patsy. I do believe those poor babies were killed. I don’t know what’s up with a couple of the parents but it isn’t strong enough to change the probability of the situation.

To me, there have been too many mistakes for the majority of the cops to be complicit. And this photo seems heartfelt to me. Some obviously are keeping quiet about the guns due to Government intervention or some other reason. But not all are complicit.

Still The official story is bunk and should be ferreted out.

The killers modelled themselves on their favourite characters from Hollywood and recreated scenes they found particularly exciting. Anwar Congo, who had started off by bludgeoning his victims to death, switched to garrotting. “I watched gangster films where they always kill with wire, it’s faster with that, you could deal with more of them,” he recalled calmly.

He acknowledged personally slaughtering hundreds of the “enemy”, without any remorse, and the death squad he led played a full part in the massacres in which half a million people, including women, children and the elderly, lost their lives – often in the most brutal way. Others disappeared, never to be seen by their families again.

That was almost half a century ago, and now many in Indonesia – a state seen in the West as an example of a developing democracy with a strongly emerging economy – say the time has come to shine a light into the dark corners of a past that have been hidden away from accounts of contemporary history.

There has been no legal or moral resolution to the savagery that unfolded during that period, no process of “truth and reconciliation” such as that which took place in South Africa, nor any drive to bring the murderers to justice, as took place in Rwanda. Instead, the likes of Congo continue to live openly, feted by figures in authority, and feared by the families of those they slaughtered.

Now the murderers are starring in an extraordinary film about their exploits. The Act of Killing, made by the British director Joshua Oppenheimer, with Werner Herzog as a producer, has already received huge approbation at international festivals; it is due to open to the wider public in the near future amid anxiety in Indonesia about international reaction.

Anwar Congo and his friends were small-time thugs who dealt in bootleg cinema tickets before a secret cabal in the army used them to wipe out the country’s communist party, the PKI, as well as socialists and trade unionists, a vast number of them ethnic Chinese. This laid the ground for the replacement of an increasingly weak President Sukarno, a leader of the Non-Aligned Movement whom the West accused of cosying up to China, with Major-General Suharto, the choice of the US and UK.

The Cold War was raging and America, paranoid about the “domino” theory of successive states in south-east Asia tumbling into Marxism, was about to embark on the Vietnam war. The role played by the CIA in organising the coup, with the help of the military and fundamentalist Muslims, was revealed soon afterwards. However, it was not until 1997 that The Independent, in an article by Paul Lashmar and James Oliver, exposed the part played in the plot by the British government, which had sent troops to Malaya in response to a perceived threat by Indonesia.

Denis Healey, defence secretary at the time of the coup, told the newspaper that he did not have any “personal knowledge” of clandestine UK action, but said that he “would certainly have supported it”.

Harold Wilson’s Labour government was in possession of accounts, from the embassy in Jakarta, of what was really going on. One appalled diplomat wrote: “PKI men and women are being executed in very large numbers. Some are given a knife and invited to kill themselves. Most refuse and are told to turn around and are shot in the back.”

The film has reopened old wounds in Indonesia. It comes soon after a report by the country’s National Commission on Human Rights has demanded that the government take steps to address what took place in those lethal months in 1965 and 1966, start a programme of reconciliation, and prosecute those still alive who were responsible.

But there are voices decrying attempts to investigate. The Communists were not only victims, it has been pointed out; they too persecuted their enemies. Nusron Wahid, the head of the Ansor Youth Movement of the religious Nahdlatul Ulama (NU), asked: “Many NU members were killed at the time many of the PKI were killed. Do we really want to dig that all up again? Do we need another war?”

Harry Tjan Silalahi, the chairman of the Indonesian Catholic Students Association, which had also clashed with the Communists, was adamant: “I cannot see how there can be a settlement soon. It will take a brave president to do it, and the passing of another generation.”

The current President, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, a former general, was the guest of the Queen during a state visit earlier this month, part of a drive by the UK to cultivate links with Indonesia, which is seen as a lucrative market and an influential regional player. President Yudhoyono, who has high ratings in opinion polls, may issue a state apology for what happened, but there are no plans at present to launch a public inquiry, as some civic groups have demanded. One worry among officials is that attempts to charge religious activists who were involved in the killings may be exploited by Islamists to create dissent. Indonesia is trying to recover from a more recent trauma, the bombing in Bali 10 years ago, in which 202 people, locals and foreign visitors, were killed.

Anwar Congo and his gang did not have any particular political or religious reason for their campaign against the Communists; their main grouse was the PKI’s advocacy of a boycott of American “imperialist” films, threatening lucrative ticket sales and their aspirational lifestyle of “Rolex and Relax”. The boycott call was also an insult, they held, to their heroes, such as John Wayne and James Dean.

They proudly describe themselves as “gangsters” or “preman” in Indonesian, their monicker partly based on a “translation” by one of their supporters, a former vice-president of the country, Jusuf Kalla, who has stated that “freeman” is the English for “preman” and so gangsters are “freemen”.

At the end, declared Adi Zulkadry, a member of one of the hit squads: “We were allowed to do it. The proof is we murdered people and we were allowed to do it. War crimes are defined by the winners. I am a winner, so I can make my own definition. Not everything true should be made public. Even God has secrets.”

It is unsurprising that in such a climate it is the victims rather than the perpetrators who remain afraid. The pogrom came to Bali later than the other islands, then took place in a frenzied burst. Alice Leu Cheng’s family were only allowed to revert to their original name after the departure in 1998 of Suharto, who had decreed that all Chinese names should be Indonesianised. Along with the disappeared identity, the fate of her father was a matter which was also not mentioned in public.

“He was just a good member of the trade union, maybe he was militant, but he was never violent,” insisted the 55-year-old teacher. “But they came to our home at night and took him away. We found his body in a field eight days later, he had been stabbed many times. Of course no one was ever arrested, although we had a good idea who did it.

“There has been a lot of publicity about the bombing here in Bali. There is a memorial, people were put on trial. But they just pretend to forget what happened here in the Sixties.

“We don’t want revenge, my parents and I just want the facts. The tourists who come here should know what happened in this beautiful place in the past. We are a grown-up nation, we should be able to cope with it.”

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