RACISM CONTINUES! – 2
*** I forgot to include that Perry tells Blas that he is currently on probation so the fact that no bail has been set on the new charges and he is free is even stranger!
** “Team Loyalty,” Tony Blas, was on Good Morning America this morning and you can watch his segment here. He does exactly what Justin Perry does and the reason I bring this up, besides the coincidence, is that Blas had a live Facebook feed yesterday and at about 20 minutes in he talks with Perry and Perry says his phone was “clean” when he gave it to Lancaster Detectives.
Again, Perry has been charged with two felonies including having child pornography on his phone and yet bail has not been set and he is currently free.
The live Facebook feed with Blas and Perry is here. Please note there is explicit and vulgar language.
* In the strange and never ending saga of $60 million missing dollars, Christine C. Shubert, in her capacity as Chapter 7 Trustee for Worley & Obetz, Inc., filed a “lis pendens” action against the owners of 10 properties in the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas on August 3rd (see below the property list).
That means they want the turnover of the properties to the bankruptcy estate.
The properties are:
— 211 S. Charlotte St., Manheim
— 55 Doe Run Rd., Manheim
— 1075 White Oak Rd., Manheim
— 35 Doe Run Rd., Manheim
— 535 Stiegel Valley Rd., Manheim
— 202 Greenfield Rd., Lancaster
— 149 Doe Run Rd., Manheim
— 45 Doe Run Rd., Manheim
— 62 Doe Run Rd., Manheim
— 41 Doe Run Rd., Manheim
IS IT ENOUGH & NAMES!
…In response to a Right-to-Know request, LNP received a copy of two bonds in Martin’s name issued July 18.
One was for $500,000 and covered Jan. 4, 2016, through June 30, 2018. The second was for $1 million and covers July 1 of this year through Jan. 3 of 2020, which would be the end of Martin’s first term.
From today’s LNP story, “Lancaster County treasurer secures insurance to collect municipal taxes,” (click here).
Yes, I received the bonds on Friday as well. The first page of the two bonds are below. Question: Is $500,000 and $1 million enough? And there’s another major problem: Martin didn’t marry State Senator Scott Martin until March 10, 2017. Shouldn’t there also be a bond in the name of Amber Green?