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  • AFTERNOON UPDATE – THE CORRUPTION IS ASTONISHING!

    Posted on April 21st, 2018 Becky 3 comments

    DOODLE OR MONKEY? – 2

          

    From the defense in Phillip Benson’s lawsuit against the House of Pizza (see yesterday’s post).

         The defense for the House of Pizza is being handled by Robert Hallinger of the Lancaster law firm of Appel & Yost LLP.
         I think it is very wise that the cashier was advised not to “doodle” on receipts in the future! If I had gotten that receipt, I don’t think I’d be happy and I would wonder what in the hell she was trying to draw and why.
         That being said, I don’t know her history or why she drew what she did. I think it being racially motivated is a stretch because the restaurant has a diverse work staff and diverse customers.
         It doesn’t look like a monkey to me (I don’t know what it looks like) but I will follow the case and see what the court decides.

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    WHO TOOK THEM DOWN?

         I wanted to document Brett Hambright’s response yesterday to my email regarding G. Scott Davis’ dockets (see the post immediately below). I emailed him at 10:56 am and he responded with the link at 11:01 am. The dockets had not been available prior to my email and my morning post.
         The corruption in Lancaster County is simply astonishing.

     

    3 responses to “AFTERNOON UPDATE – THE CORRUPTION IS ASTONISHING!”

    1. Wow…thats Lanc City for u. Did they really think we were all gonna forget? Guess thats why they stay hiring family members so they can take down dockets and clean-up/hide their wrong doings. I remember this who can forget this and their charges were totally different from the other family that also done the same.

    2. It’s unbelievable. It was taken down on purpose. No other explanation.

      I have had several issues with dockets – the latest was with Michael Baker. Long story but it will be coming to this site. After multiple phone calls to the clerk of courts they finally said it was because of his age – but he is being tried as an adult so his age doesn’t matter – it is public. Anyway, with the click of a button they finally made it public. I’ve looked up lots of dockets where juveniles were charged as adults and have never had that “problem” before!

    3. How can i say this kindly? he has an unusually shaped face.