The composites certainly resemble East Lampeter Township detective Joseph Edgell! Maybe that’s why ADA Christine Wilson looks like she is going to faint. Seriously. Watch starting at about the 18:53 mark on the WGAL video (click here).
Composite sketches of killer at different ages (25, 45 and 55) based on DNA according to DA Stedman.
Click here for whokilledchristymirack.com and an “explanation.”
*** And you have 40 more to go, Stedman! Click here for LNP’s, “Here’s a list of 41 unsolved homicides in Lancaster County since 1992.” And LNP’s list is not complete!
** What a bunch of nonsense! Get out, Stedman!
* The founders of this country built a system of checks and balances into the government. The final check on that system should be the press. When that check fails, crime and corruption follow.
It has in Lancaster. How many years has this been going on? How many crimes have been covered up? Can you buy your way out of a murder conviction in Lancaster County? You don’t think you can?
On Sunday, December 15, 2002, the Sunday News ran the article “A mother’s dying wish” by Barbara Hough Roda. In the newspaper’s archives the full title is this, “Knowing she might not live to see the 10th anniversary of her daughter’s unsolved killing, Gerry Mirack asked an editor for an interview to tell her story of the terrible pain of losing her ‘Chrissy.’ And of her fears that justice would never be done. A mother’s dying wish.”
Christy Mirack, 25-years-old and a sixth-grade teacher, was sexually assaulted, beaten and strangled in 1992 in her townhouse. No one has ever been charged with her murder.
In Roda’s article, there are the following paragraphs – and this phrase – “the family does not know to this day who that was.” Those eleven words send a chill down my spine every time I read them. Those words are beyond my comprehension. How and why could they not know who it was? And how could Roda write those eleven words without demanding an answer from the police for a dying mother ten years after her daughter was murdered?
From an article from 10 years ago on this site (click here).
BEFORE THE ELECTION!
Lancaster County District Attorney Craig Stedman better have something good. I mean very, very good.
If he disappoints her family and friends after all these years just to blatantly further his campaign for Superior Court Judge, it will be inexcusable! Absolutely inexcusable!
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