The last hearing in the Salvatore Perrone case had been scheduled for January 17, 2014; it was unceremoniously adjourned to March 28, 2014 — are all these delays intended to keep the “Son of Sal” case out of sight and out of mind ?
By March 28th, this open and shut, slam-dunk case against the self-represented defendant, Salvatore Perrone, will be pending fifteen (15) months in front of one judge, Alan Marrus, since the indictment was handed down by the Grand Jury
There was no news coverage of the January 17th hearing in the Salvatore Perrone case before Judge Alan Marrus, so I cannot really tell you why the case was adjourned more than two months until March 28th. In any case, I can predict to a degree of almost metaphysical certainty that on March 28th, Salvatore Perrone will not have all of the evidentiary material that he has sought in open court from his prosecutors. It is also not clear whether Perrone is getting any legal assistance as he tries to prepare the case, based upon quotes by Judge Marrus at an earlier hearing, one doubts it.
For a case that was so big in November and December of 2014, all of the running out the clock by the Brooklyn DA and the Court handling the case has rendered all of it “Out of sight and out of mind ! ! !” I don’t know if Salvatore Perrone is guilty of any of the murders with which he has been charged, but I do know that neither Perrone nor the families of the victims are getting any justice or vindication in the way this case is being handled by the so-called “adults in the room,” specifically including the judge.