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     Ashley Gaston kicking her dog in a locally viral video on June 7th, 2019 (left) and the Lancaster city police removing the dog from her home the same day.

       “Later, at the city police station, he was told he would be strip searched. When he objected, he was wrestled to the ground and shocked with a stun gun by two unidentified officers.”
From the LNP article linked to immediately below.
     What LNP reporter Tim Stuhldreher leaves out of this article is that the lawsuit alleges he was handcuffed and being held down while he was tasered in the police station.
     On June 7th of this year, a video of Ashley Gaston kicking her newly acquired dog on her porch went viral locally. She alleges the dog tried to bite her son. The Lancaster Police removed the dog from her home and with help from the District Attorney’s office arrested Gaston on the same day and charged her with a felony.
     Her bail was set at $50,000 cash and she spent three months in prison before Judge Reinaker reduced her bail to unsecured in early September.
     The reason I was checking the court calendar yesterday for this coming Monday (see yesterday’s post), is because she was originally scheduled to go on trial on Monday. According to court administration today, her trial is now scheduled to begin on December 6th.
     So what has happened to the two police officers who allegedly tasered a handcuffed man in the police station? Was it captured on video? It should have been. Is that as “bad” and criminal as a woman kicking a dog that tried to bite her son? Why haven’t they been charged? Are these officers still on the street?
     There will be much more to come. Click here to see the videos on this site and here to see the Lancaster Police Press release on her arrest and charges.

**   On to serious news. LNP, weeks later, has finally done a story on the new excessive force lawsuit against Lancaster City and several police officers but have not yet put in on their home page (click here to read). And there is something very important missing from their story.


*    I’m just trying the cheer up that letter writer (and myself) with this post seen on the internet…


      Imagine waking up, turning on your computer, going to LNP’s e-Newspaper, reading the Letters to the Editor page and finding this! Have mercy!
      How do you get ready for the end?
      Someone take this letter writer a nice cup of hot tea.
      Nothing I publish today will come close to this doom and gloom!
Please check back later today.


  1. Anonymous says:

    I dont think they understood the Book of Revelations properly. Theres letters to the 7 churches. Its a call to the people of God to repent. The letters explain actions of people who call themselves believers but in Gods eyes but they struggle live in sin. It explains how some of us will have to make a choice in our walk of faith like being beheaded. It explains the things to come like 7 bowels & horsemen. The Holy Spirit is still among us. The Holy Spirit will soon leave along with the elected. When the Holy Spirit is gone thats when that post should be made. Because then mankind is doomed when the Spirit of God is gone. There is hope found in this book for believers. People need to ask the Holy Spirit to teach them before they open the scriptures to read them. The bible is a spiritual book it only benefits your spirit man so when a carnal person reads it without the Holy Spirit that is the results you get. The bible is not to be read as a regular book. You need the Spirit of God to understand it. Revelations when properly studied is amazing. You can always tell the difference between a religious person and a true believer by how they interpret what they read.

  2. barryinwinnipeg says:

    Properly understood, the final book of the New Testament is not only a call to return to faithfulness, but it is also a testament of hope for the afflicted. I finished re-reading this book in the original Greek last winter, and I am struck by the fact that just when you think the hammer is going to fall, God pauses to give people time to change. This why we clergy so often read passages from this book at funeral services… because those of us who have lost so much need such encouragement TO KEEP ON LIVING!

  3. smh says:

    I found this letter to be rather humorous. I am not going to repent for the end is near because I just have too much to do. He is spending way too much time reading the Book of Revelations. I strongly advise him to go back to the Old Testament, he’ll feel much better.

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