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     …it would be nice if mayor Dick would lose sleep over the ten plus unsolved homicides that have happened on his watch.
Part of a comment posted under today’s article, “Vigil in city tonight remembers Sandy Hook victims,” (click here).
    Agreed.  His comments actually turn my stomach.
      I’ll come back to this and other news tomorrow.

About Becky

Becky Holzinger 209 E. Duval Street Phila., PA 19144 Phone: (215) 350-5849

6 Responses to SLEEPLESS NIGHT?

  1. carol power says:

    I’m glad Becky keeps watch over Lancaster because she will keep the big wigs in line. I personally think they are threatened that she will uncover their incompetence or shady dealings. I don’t feel sorry for those guys in office because they chose to be elected and have their business aired.

  2. What a great idea…I’ve been to 2 arson sites.spoke with neighbors tried to talk to firemen who keep there doors locked on king st and when they do come to the door they hide there name tag.I’ve been to vine st at least twice, spoke with countless people there.I spoken to dick in his office, countless people in the courthouse and what the hell have you done but bash Becky?.So when and if ever you decide to get off your lazy ass and come up with a solution to all the crime in lancaster city by all means come back with an original name and let us know what you find out.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Hey, here’s a thought. Becky, why don’t YOU do something to help people that are victims of a tragedy, other than sit at your computer and complain about other people? Oh Lord no, that would mean you would have to go out in public and get involved.

    • Becky says:

      So, you’ve changed your name to Anonymous, metoo2? Clever! Of course, the IP address is identical! Wow, you’re smart!

      I’ve walked the 200 Block of West Vine Street many times. I’ve talked to neighbors repeatedly. It was suggested by several people that I go and knock on the killer’s door – I almost did but we ran out of time – and to be truthful – confronting a killer who would viciously cut the neck of an 83-year-old woman in the home she’s lived in for at least 15 years is a little scary – even for me – and we pay the police to do that, right?

      • Becky says:

        Oh, and the arsonist who at a minimum set the first fire in Olga Sanchez-Reyes’ murder – I didn’t knock on his door either but I did attend his preliminary hearing where he was charged with firing a gun at his daughter’s boyfriend!

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