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8 Bradford Road (or 8 Pearl St)
Belmont, MA 02478
617-489-5921

Office of the Middlesex District Attorney
15 Commonwealth Avenue
Woburn, MA 01801
781-897-8300
Attn: Marian T. Ryan

Current salary: $92,884.71


Marian T. Ryan is a catholic and she deliberately hides her religious bigotry. She does not believe in secular courts or the separation of church and state. She is a member in good standing of a church that is ruled exclusively by old men and zero women and the head of her church is a direct representative on Earth of an imaginary creature called God. As such, she does not seem to support humans that come equipped with a vagina.

She attended Boston College Law School which was founded by the Society of Jesus in 1863 and whose tradition is to find God in all things

She teaches at Emmanuel College which is a liberal arts Catholic college. Note that it's president is Sister Janet Ester and the number of Catholic sisters on its Board of Trustees

One wonders if she had to sign a testament of faith to teach at Emmanuel College

It should be clear to any idiot that these are catholic indoctrination centers Consider her more esoteric beliefs and ask yourself if she is qualified to be the Middlesex DA.

She goes from town to town to warn seniors about scams but her religion is the biggest scam of the all .

Submitted as a Letter To The Editor, but not accepted by July 11, 2017.

In response to "Seniors frequently targetted by scammers", let us define a scam. A scam is a fraudulent scheme performed by a dishonest individual, group, church or company in an attempt obtain money or something else of value. Scams traditionally resided in confidence tricks, where an individual would misrepresent themselves as someone with skill or authority, i.e. a doctor, lawyer, investor, priest or pastor.

It is obvious to all who are not blind that religion is the biggest scam of them all ($71 billion) and it mostly victimizes the elderly who grew up learning to fear the imaginary creature called God or Allah. For an organization that tells us that money is the root of all evil, they sure do ask for a lot of it.

Religion only offers a posthumous reward, just like the Darwin Award (the one that chlorinates the gene pool). Can someone please show me one instance when a church successfully pushed someone into heaven in exchange for tithing? This is a scam being run on the majority, so it's not a scam. Our intrepid Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan has always campaigned against scamming seniors but strangely enough doesn't touch religion. Her association with Stone Hill College leads me to believe she is catholic. Why doesn't she announce her religious bias for all to see and understand why she does not see religion as a scam. As mere peasants, are we not entitled to know?

I think the Middlesex District Attorney's office is somewhat of a scam.


Belmont resident appointed Middlesex District Attorney April 23, 2013
Belmont Citizen Herald Belmont Citizen Herald
Belmont resident Marian T. Ryan has been appointed to be the next Middlesex District Attorney by Governor Deval Patrick.

"I am humbled by the responsibility which the Governor has entrusted to me," said Ryan. "I am thrilled to be leading the Office where I have spent my entire professional career and I look forward to continuing its long tradition of excellence."

Ryan has worked as a Middlesex County assistant district attorney for more than thirty years. She has risen through the ranks of the office, serving under 5 different District Attorneys, as a District Court supervisor, a Superior Court trial team captain, and as the Chief of the Domestic Violence and Elder/Disabled Units. Most recently, she has served as General Counsel and Chief of the Elder and Disabled Unit under former District Attorney Gerry Leone.

Throughout her career, she has prosecuted hundreds of cases, including that of Walter Emery, a case which had remained unsolved for more than 20 years until he was convicted in 2007 for the murder of a mother of three. She has also briefed and argued more than 40 cases in the Appeals Court and the Supreme Judicial Court.

Ryan has been a passionate advocate for the most vulnerable victims, including the elderly and developmentally disabled people who have been taken advantage of financially and physically abused.

She has also been actively engaged in the Office's outreach and training efforts, and has developed and led programs on work place violence prevention and school safety.

Ryan has been an adjunct professor at Emmanuel College and Wentworth Institute, and is currently teaching at Lasell College. She is a graduate of Boston College Law School and a past recipient of the school's David S. Nelson Public Service Award. She received her undergraduate degree from Emmanuel College.

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