From Saturday’s LNP print edition version of the story regarding the shooter, George Rosado.
This is shocking and raises even more questions regarding the DA’s office closing this case and charging 17–and-a-half-year-old George Rosado as a juvenile in under 11 hours.
Well over 250 people signed a petition to the Department of Justice to investigate this case in under a week. They were his coaches, his teachers, his neighbors and his friends and family. They wrote heart-felt and intelligent comments on why Ibram Hanna’s death should be investigated.
As reported here previously, I received a letter from the Department of Justice with a phone number and a case number. And tomorrow, I need people to call and confirm to the Justice Department why this case needs to be investigated so badly. I will print that information early tomorrow morning along with some of the comments that accompanied the petition.
* Were there any other witnesses to the shooting?
Question posed under yesterday’s LNP story, “Hearing held to determine whether Mountville teen should face adult charges in fatal shooting,” (click here).
This site has reported that there were several boys in the home when Ibram Hanna was shot and that is for the following two reasons:
— His grandmother stated to a trusted friend of mine firsthand that there were five or six boys present.
— His aunt, who works for a law firm, posted this on a public forum (“Must See Pics an Vids”) knowing that the Facebook page is read by the police, DA’s office and LNP:
Obviously, neither one was physically present when Ibram was shot. But these two very involved family members have raised serious doubts about how many people were in the home at the time of the fatal shooting and the public deserves an exact answer.
CASE CLOSED IN 11 HOURS! – 2
Posts under the previous story about the death of Ibram Hanna, “Juvenile case of teen charged in friend’s Mountville shooting death could land in adult court,” (click here).
I have some things to say about the incredibly prolific Lancaster Online poster, Diane Enck Gamber, and then an update on the petition.