UPDATE * PROTECT & SERVE?

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 — There is a city council meeting tonight at 7:30 pm. You can watch it on the City of Lancaster YouTube channel (click here). On the agenda tonight: “Economic Impact Study Report: Lancaster County Convention Center.”

*    Officer William Hamby has been in the news before. The below comments are posted under the LNP story about convicted former Sgt. Raymond Corll, (click here).

 

THEY WENT TOO FAR!

     The below excellent comment into this site under yesterday’s post. Where is the Mayor? Where is city council? Where is the Lancaster City Human Relations Commission? Where is the NAACP? Where is LNP?
      Why has this racist police force been allowed to harass and terrorize minorities in the city for years? This is absolutely sickening!

Please check back later today.

6 Responses to UPDATE * PROTECT & SERVE?

  1. my 2 cents says:

    Hey Kisster, not sure where you got your facts but I’m pretty sure corll is no longer on the payroll with the city. he has been sentenced and denied an appeal in November. can you show where you find him still on paid leave?

  2. Jay says:

    First off to the Comments you really need to look into his past history of Drugs, accidents that almost killed someone and other felonies charges he’s been convicted of to see the whole picture this person for whom he is Not just an ordinary person he’s a convicted criminal and the police all know who he is and still does illegal stuff.

  3. Layne Kisster says:

    Corll has been on paid leave for over three years? The racist LPD has gotten away with their sh*t, because white Lancastrians aren’t the ones speaking up. Whites in Lancaster County have this tendency to trust anyone in authority.

  4. Anon says:

    I only bring it up because if you take the falsehoods out of your comment, it really makes no point at all….it would boil down to: Texas authorities send women to jail on evidence of willful voter fraud while North Carolina refuses to prosecute a man they have no evidence broke the law…..

    Again, I don’t argue with the point you want to make…only how you attempt to make it.

  5. Anon says:

    Although I do not argue with the general point(s) you are trying to make, I would suggest you use a poor contrast example with false facts when discussing the disparity in punishment for voter fraud.

    1. The fiasco in North Carolina is not over and is still developing. In fact, search warrants were issued just this week in the ongoing criminal investigation.

    2. As of today, there is absolutely no evidence that Mark Harris participated in or knew about what was going on. All of the evidence and testimony so far has only implicated McCrae Dowless. I’m not saying Mark Harris is definitely innocent, but so far there is no evidence of that.

    3. Crystal Mason was not prosecuted by federal authorities…the charges against her were brought by state authorities because she violated a state law (and Texas is one state that has seriously been aggressive in prosecuting voter fraud lately). She was in Federal prison because the new charges caused a violation of her Federal supervised release (her felony conviction was for tax fraud).

    I would also point out that Crystal Mason isn’t the best example since she appears to have outright lied to the court…..claiming ignorance when the evidence showed she signed an acknowledgment that it was a crime to vote in Texas when incarcerated or on any form of supervised release, including probation or parole at the time that she submitted her provisional ballot after being told her name was not listed. There are far better examples/”victims” in my opinion. Russ Casey vs. Rosa Ortega for instance…..

  6. huh? says:

    Following up on my comment, you know damn well that they were looking to nail this guy no matter what. Wonder if Hamby was pissed that he was acquitted on the too dark tinting arrest? Before someone says that is too petty to be true, cops and feds put targets on the backs of certain people until they can get over on them. It’s why you see a woman in Texas imprisoned for five years for voting illegally (she claimed she was unaware that a felony conviction barred her) while at the same time Mark Harris whose election has been voided because he and his campaign falsely and illegally collected absentee ballots and filled them out marking Harris’s name and submitting them. Mark Harris’s punishment? None. And he gets to run for office again. The feds were out to get someone, anyone, to prosecute for voter fraud. They found their perfect patsy with the woman in Texas.

    However they don’t do a thing about Mark Harris. And IIRC, Ron Harper identified and confirmed that an LNP reporter voted twice in a presidential election both in Pa and Maryland. No one lifted a finger to follow the evidence.

    Same goes for this guy who didn’t stand a chance when Hamby targeted him.

    I write all of this to present examples of selective, punitive and aggressive pursuit for one person, or a group of persons, while at the same time remembering the video I saw online where a driver was pulled over in Lancaster at night and after a discussion, he switched drivers and went on his merry way.