NEED A LESSON IN DNA?
Posted on Lancaster Online under today’s story, “Police file homicide charge, seek man wanted in unsolved 2009 stabbing death in Lancaster,” (click here).
You aren’t allowed to ask those kinds of sensible questions of law enforcement in Lancaster County! LNP certainly never does!
Actually, if you read Brett Hambright’s full press release about it, which is what LNP copied from, it makes you wonder why they needed a grand jury to file charges in the first place let alone have it take them nine years (click here). And isn’t the timing special?
Due to a number of personal commitments today, I did not get as much done as I had planned but hope to catch up tomorrow and will publish it here.
Please, if you know anyone in the news business (not LNP obviously) let them know that there’s a case of two or possibly three women killed by the same man in Lancaster County and they have the DNA of all the killers but claim they don’t “know” if it’s the same man in any or all of the killings.
Hell, tell CBS “48 Hours!” Let them give DA Stedman a lesson in DNA!
They have the DNA of both killers but won’t test to see if it is the same man! Can you help?
This is what I said in my emails yesterday along with a screenshot of the below post to multiple news agencies. I am going to do more today and also contact the state attorney general’s office and the FBI.
* Groves was charged following a presentment by a statewide grand jury that stated DNA evidence established to a mathematical certainty blood found in the area where carpet was removed from his van belonged to Henkel.
From today’s PennLive article (click here for the story shown below).
DEMAND AN ANSWER
THEY WORK FOR THE PUBLIC!
LNP reporter Tom Knapp is doing a series on unsolved murders in Lancaster County and he is not going to ask the police and the District Attorney why a DNA test has not been done to determine if these two women did in fact have the same killer? Is that a sick joke? Seriously, what reporter or news organization in this country would ignore something so obvious?