"The statement of Mr. Reardon complains of various text messages being sent to his phone between August 23rd and September 1st from a phone card, but indicates HE (REARDON) DOES NOT KNOW WHO SENT THE TEXT MESSAGES"
"There is no EVIDENCE that the defendant committed the offenses charged"
All the accusatory instruments are based SOLELY upon information and BELIEF of the victim, John Reardon
ABSENT ARE FACTS that the defendant committed the offenses charged.
People who do not know the facts SHOULD NOT BE SO QUICK TO JUDGE.
The Associated Press should be knocking on REARDONS DOOR asking him why he filed a false complaint.
“I’m going to kick your ass in the parking lot,” he screamed, according to sworn testimony that John Reardon gave to the cops.
Reardon swore back at him, and the angry fathers separated as the teams cleared out of the sports complex. They seemed to forget it was only a game, played by 10-year-olds. But then, in Suffolk County, youth baseball is a religion — and not really about the kids.
It was two months before Reardon heard from Sanfilippo again. “See you at Baseball Heaven, scumbag.”
It was 1:32 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 23, and the text on Reardon’s cellphone had come from an unknown number, according to a court filing in Suffolk County District Court obtained by The Post.
Reardon didn’t immediately connect the menacing words back to the ugly incident on the field from months back. He was too concerned with the fact that the text came with a picture of Jack, his son.