Frank Ferreiro, once one of Mayor Felix Roque’s harshest critics, continues to push forward in his feud with Commissioner Count Wiley and the West New York United team – stating that he never illegally obtained any school records on Wiley’s five-year-old son after the camp held a press conference on the subject.
“In reality, all I have is the denial letter [from the West New York Board of Education],” Ferreiro told Hudson County View. A screenshot of the letter first appeared in our report on the West New York United press conference from Wednesday.
Ferreiro filed an Open Public Records Act request for “copy of registration forms and supporting documentation for enrollment in West New York NJ Schools for the child or children of Count Wiley and/or Beatriz E. Wiley residing at 6010 Monroe Place, West New York New Jersey 07093.”
The request was denied on March 17, but Ferreiro took the response to mean that the Wileys have a child or children in the West New York school system, he just wasn’t entitled to their personal information.
Wiley confirmed on Wednesday that he had a son in the West New York school system, as well as that he and his wife own a home in both North Bergen and West New York – stressing that both properties are necessary to raise and take care of their five children.
West New York United campaign spokesman Pastor Ralph Sanchez, Jr. was not amused by Ferreiro in this situation.
“Just the thought of a random stranger trying to access a 5 year old’s school record as some hoax is more frightening and disturbing than corruption itself. Any parent that would accept this as a joke would be irresponsible. When it comes to our children, every attack must be taken seriously.”
Ferreiro discussed a variety of other topics including his continued voter fraud allegations against the Wileys, why he now supports Roque and if there is any truth to the allegations that he is a convicted felon.