District Attorney Craig Stedman made LNP news again today regarding records associated with his leased SUV. What doesn’t get mentioned often is all the unsolved murders in Lancaster County. So how about a follow-up to the below January 15, 2019 article – they’ve had four months and yet another grand jury was empaneled (click here).
Have they had any success? What exactly are they doing? I’ll mention several obvious cases tomorrow and also an idea for fired LNP reporter Tom Knapp. Remember when LNP was doing an “occasional series” on the unsolved murders? There hasn’t been one in a very long time…
& G. TERRY MADONNA?
I had a pleasant phone conversation with a very nice East Lampeter Township Police Officer yesterday afternoon. I don’t agree with their stance and I think if Steven Markle were harassing an LNP or WGAL reporter the way he is harassing me he would be charged by now.
But an official report has been made and I intend to follow-up and also contact an attorney to pursue this further. I will keep you up to date on developments but what really annoys me is that all of this takes time away from the investigating, reporting and writing that I love to do. So, it will be back to the news later today.
[Editor’s note: One of the comments into this site started with – “I can imagine that this person is in contact with everyone mentioned on your site.” Yes, he is that insane. But my favorite was when I ran a column by F&M’s G. Terry Madonna (pictured above) who added me to his email list for his column distribution to media outlets across the state.
Markle said he was going to contact Madonna! Can you imagine this idiot, insane convicted stalker talking to Madonna? LOL! I did not request to be added to his email list but I will say again I appreciate it and thank him for recognizing this site and I am still receiving the emails.
If you hear from Markle, know that he is a mentally ill, convicted stalker who will soon be convicted again. From the “CHERYL & STEVE MARKLE” tab at the top of this site:
Cyberstalking is a compulsion. It aims to humiliate, control, frighten, manipulate, embarrass, get revenge at, or otherwise harm the victim. Many cyberstalkers are obsessed, unstable, or otherwise mentally ill. Still, others are simply angry or hurt and have crossed the line into criminal activity when expressing these emotions. While they can exhibit charm and eloquence, they are generally isolated and desperate, have very low self-esteem, and are especially sensitive to rejection. The financial ruin of the victim can also be part of their goal. Where some of us may poke our nose into Facebook a little too often or fanatically follow a celebrity online, a cyberstalker will go further by repeatedly sending unwanted anonymous messages, threats, or comments, and he or she will continue doing these things despite repeated requests and warnings to stop.]