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— Taking the afternoon off. LIP News will be back tomorrow. —


*     These quotes from Robert Krasne from the LNP story shown below may be the only time I have or ever will agree with this man.
       But what cracks me up is the reporter corrects Krasne’s spelling! Really! Krasne must have emailed or written his statement and used the wrong spelling of “principles” – and rather than simply correct it – the reporter pointed it out with “(sic)”! LOL!



     District Attorney Craig Stedman, who is paid by the public to protect and serve the public, doesn’t want the public to know how much civil forfeiture his office collects and what ultimately happens to it? Why not? What is he hiding?
      And this man wants to be a judge? Demand answers from this “public servant!”
Please check back later today.

2 Responses to * DEMAND ANSWERS!

  1. Anonymous says:

    The reason for the secrecy in civil forfeitures is to protect rogue cops from lawsuits such as the one against state police in which a jury awarded a woman $500,000.00 when a cop stuck his nose where it didn’ belong.
    In my case, I have video (and witnesses) of Manor Township cop Matt Wolf walking thru my house w/o a warrant, stealing anything he wanted, and then knocking the phone out of my hand when he saw I was taping. Now he is a detective who works part-time for the county. Isn’t THAT special?

  2. huh? says:

    Funny you should mention the sic. I read the reply that you posted that the DAs office lodged and noted at least one misspelling.