UPDATE – THE FIX IS IN!

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14 Responses to UPDATE – THE FIX IS IN!

  1. OnTheBeachByNoon says:

    Huh?… I just got an order where the judge says I cited the wrong “statue”. Not lol 🙁 On

  2. huh? says:

    I REALLY wish that whoever writes those “decrees” would spell check them before issuing them. I don’t think I’ve ever seen one without at least one mistake.

  3. barryinwinnipeg says:

    I appreciate the new, improved look of your website!

  4. anonymous says:

    ORDER
    AND NOW, THIS 11TH DAY OF APRIL 2019, AFTER A SCHEDULING CONFERENCE WITH COUNSEL FOR THE LANCASTER COUNTY DISTICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE (“DA’S OFFICE”), CARTER WALKER AND LNP/LANCASTER ONLINE (“LNP”), AND THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER (“THE COUNTY”) AS PUTATIVE INTERVENOR, THE COURT ENTERS THE FOLLOWING ORDER:
    1. THE BRIEFING SCHEDULE AGREED TO BY THE PARTIES AND APPROVED BY COURT ORDER DATED APRIL 10, 2019, IS HEREBY STAYED SO THAT LNP AND THE COUNTY CAN REVIEW THE RECORDS PRODUCED THIS MORNING BY THE DA’S OFFICE AND DISCUSS AND CONSIDER THE CONDITIONAL OFFER OF THE DA’S OFFICE FOR REPRESENTATIVES OF LNP AND THE COUNTY, WITH COUNSEL, TO REVIEW ALL ASSET FORFEITURE RECORDS IN THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE;
    2. NO LATER THAN APRIL 26, 2019, LNP SHALL FILE A NOTICE WITH THE COURT ADVISING WHETHER: (1) THE PARTIES NEED ADDITIONAL TIME TO REVIEW RECORDS; (2) THE PARTIES HAVE RESOLVED LNP’S RECORDS REQUEST; OR, (3) RECORDS REMAIN OUTSTANDING THAT ARE RESPONSIVE TO ITEMS 1, 2, OR 5 OF ITS INITIAL RECORDS REQUEST AND THE APPEAL MUST GO FORWARD; AND,
    3. SHOULD LNP CONCLUDE THAT RECORDS RESONSIVE TO ITEMS 1, 2, OR 5 REMAIN OUTSTANDING AND THE PARTIES BE UNABLE TO RESOLVE THE PRODUCTION OF SUCH RECORDS, THE STAY IMPOSED TODAY SHALL BE LIFTED EFFECTIVE APRIL 29, 2019, AND THE PARTIES SHALL COMPLY WITH THE BRIEFING SCHEDULE OF THE APRIL 10, 2019, ORDER, BEGINNING WITH THE COUNTY’S BRIEF IN SUPPORT OF ITS PETITION TO INTERVENE TO BE FILED BY MAY 19, 2019.
    BY THE COURT: LEONARD G. BROWN, III, JUDGE
    CC: CAITLIN BLAZIER, ESQUIRE
    KIRBY THOMAS WEST, ESQUIRE
    ISAAC S. GAYLORD, ESQUIRE
    236 NOTICE SENT 04-11-19

  5. Anonymous says:

    Just an FYI – I believe your site has been (illegally) hacked by LC detectives (computer forensics) to determine identities of posters.

  6. Anonymous says:

    As stated in the article you posted from June 2018, Brett’s dad spent some time in jail for threats and then moved to Harrisburg. The defendant you mentioned above James C was arrested in March of 2018 and says he is from Denver. The docket for Brett’s dad’s 2017 conviction for threats shows the name of James A. and a birth date of 2/12/1970. The docket for James C. Has a birth date of 8/4/1969. They are not the same person.

  7. Anon says:

    Let me pull a “Trump” – Hey Comissiioners, if you’re listening: COUNTY DETECTIVE JOANNE RESH CANNOT BE TRUSTED! (Saw her name in Stedman email thread re ‘receipts’.) She will lie about ANYTHING.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I’m not sure that is the father of Brett Simmons. Brett’s obituary says his father is James A. Simmons. The defendant just sentenced is James C. (Charles) Simmons.

  9. huh? says:

    I know that you will probably write about the DAs release of records. Something really stood out to me. From​ the article:

    McDonald, at the news conference, said the district attorney in 2017 had nearly $2 million in its forfeiture account, but it’s not known whether it came from a large drug-ring bust or “from innocent motorists who had their cash seized when they were pulled over.”

    If they have that much money, wouldn’t it be great if they used it to solve murders where there is DNA evidence on the books?

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