NEWS 12 GETS EMMY NOMINATION FOR REPORT ON NEW JERSEY WATCHDOG INVESTIGATION

News 12 reporter Walt Kane received an Emmy nomination for his report on New Jersey Watchdog’s investigation of Assemblyman David P. Rible, who collected $570,000 in disability payments while competing in five-mile races.  News 12 New Jersey’s story was based on our original research, including photos and video of the lawmaker running and exercising.  In 1998, Rible retired from [...]

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TOP 10 QUESTIONS TO ASK DAVE

In his letter, David Rible invites the public to ask him questions.  The Watchdog thinks that’s a doggone good idea.  Here’s our Top 10 list of ones he should answer:
10.)  Does your definition of government waste include a public employee who gets two state paychecks – $49,000 for working plus $54,500 for being too disabled to work?
9.)   Why should the state [...]

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ASSEMBLYMAN RIBLE RESPONDS

Recently, there has been some discussion about the disability pension that I receive as a result of the injuries I sustained as a Wall Township police officer.
As such, I wanted to take this opportunity to let you know the facts which led to my current situation.
My lifelong dream was to be a police officer and [...]

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ASSEMB. DAVE RIBLE & NJ’s RUNAWAY PENSION SYSTEM – by Mark Lagerkvist

Assemblyman David P. Rible retired as a Wall Township police officer at age 31 with a bad back and a fat pension.  He’s collected  $570,000 in disability payments since a state board decided he was “totally and permanently disabled.” 
Yet Rible competes in five-mile and five-kilometer runs along the Jersey Shore.  He exercises at a gym, dances as a celebrity [...]

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