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  • AFTERNOON UPDATE – WHERE IS YOUR INTEGRITY, STEDMAN?

    Posted on October 29th, 2018 Becky 13 comments

        This has been on the home page of Lancaster Online all day.
         This is not acceptable! This is simply unacceptable behavior by a public servant in the United States who is paid by the public to protect and serve them. It is unconscionable.
         There will be more tomorrow.

    ***  The only thing I’ve seen that makes any possible sense is that this woman is on life support. If that is the case, the DA should report it and release her name. 
    Just to be clear: This “theory” was posted on a social media site and it is not known if there is any truth to this whatsoever.

    NOT ACCEPTABLE!

    **   Yet another unacceptable update from District Attorney Craig Stedman.  

    NOT SATISFACTORY – AGAIN!

    *    The latest press release from the DA’s office at approximately 10:15 am this morning. This is not satisfactory!

    IDENTIFY THE DRIVER! – 3

      

    (Click here for the  above full PennLive story.)

         Release the driver’s name, District Attorney Craig Stedman! This is simply an unacceptable outrage. Two students are dead. Identify the driver, Stedman.
    Please check back later today.

     

    13 responses to “AFTERNOON UPDATE – WHERE IS YOUR INTEGRITY, STEDMAN?”

    1. Interesting that several of the conservative LNP posters are asking why no name?

      And others are asking why the special treatment?

      At least people are woke to this travesty.

      And I forgot in my yesterday comment to mention Cutler’s relatives special treatment after he shot his newborn dead.

    2. OR

      The police screwed up totally in stopping the pursuit. She needed to be STOPPED and they just backed off.

      THAT may be why and they are using withholding her name as an excuse

    3. She had already caused one accident, and fled. The police officer in pursuit prior to the accident was ordered to stop by his patrol supervisor. I’m wondering if there’s a connection between the patrol supervisor and the driver?

    4. I love that Stedman’s handler, Bert Hamdope, is botching this so badly. More, much more, for the anti-Stedman folks to use as they gear up to defeat him next Fall.

      I applaud the police supervisor for calling off the pursuit. Continuing to chase someone into a school zone type area seems like a really bad idea. The officer likely couldn’t have forced her to stop regardless. This is all on the driver and not the police..at least based on what’s known now.

    5. i dont understand what is the big deal about giving the name of the 63 yr lady i have never seen a case like this were they are protecting the id of this lady so much
      and yes when they saw her the first time driving reckless thats when they shold had stoped her at 5/10 miles an hr pretty sure they could had blk her in
      prayers for those involed

    6. Since when is driving too slow “reckless”? I got pulled over once by a NY State cop who wanted to know if I was okay – which I thought was awesome. I was on the thruway at nite, in rain, seven lanes of traffic, huge trucks bearing down on me and was scared to death to drive like a maniac like everyone else, so I was doing 55 in the rt hand lane. Cautious, not reckless. I didnt get a ticket but I call it a DWO. lol

    7. I just got news that this woman will not be getting charged with anything because she is not a threat, did anyone else hear about this?

    8. Who is this woman?

    9. Can anything be filed to force the release of her name?

    10. More like; who is this woman related to?

    11. You want to know what’s pathetic? This is pathetic. Lazy News People had this to say regarding a question on the identity of the driver.

      “At this time LNP does not know the name of the driver. We have asked for it, and authorities have not released it.”

      LNP: What’s the name of the driver?
      Stedman: I’m not going to tell you!
      LNP: Ok

    12. The police absolutely made the right decision to call off the pursuit. If the police chased this car into the accident, the same people here would be calling for their heads. If she had a medical issue, determining that may be very difficult at this time of she has severe injuries and is not conscious. The DA did the same thing with this case a few years ago when a taxi driver had a diabetic incident and pulled into an oncoming group of motorcycles, killing 5. The drivers identity was not released until they figured out what actually happened several days later. The driver went to jail, partly because he knew he had diabetic issues and willfully did not treat them.

      https://lancasteronline.com/news/diabetic-admits-causing-fatal-crash/article_d425807c-ff0a-5d0c-b905-9906a83bd7f2.html

    13. I’m sure the families of her victims would agree with you