Lancaster County District Attorney Craig Stedman announced last week that a new investigative unit will focus on dozens of unsolved homicides in the county. As LNP’s Lindsey Blest reported, the district attorney budgeted $10,000 for DNA analysis work in 2019, enough to be able to work on two cases. DNA and genealogy work costs between $3,000 and $5,000 per case, the district attorney’s office said.
From the LNP editorial, “Given the key role DNA played in finding Christy Mirack’s killer, launching Unsolved Homicide Unit seems smart,” (click here).
Click here to look at the list of unsolved murders under the above LNP headline – over 40! And Stedman can only find $10,000? Two cases? Examine where every penny in that office goes!
THAT’S WHAT HE’S HIDING!
* Stedman is not going to become a judge. He may be going to jail! What else is he hiding?
WHAT IS THE DA HIDING? – 2
Today’s LNP editorial (click here).
It’s one of those rare days when I agree with LNP! Stedman needs to release the records now.
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