HAS HE BEEN FIRED?
I want to come back to Kenneth Gross’ federal lawsuit featured here yesterday. I want to know if John Doe 2 is still employed by the Lancaster Police Department.
According to the lawsuit, this officer tasered Gross while he was in a police holding cell and handcuffed (see below). If that is true, and I do not believe a high-profile Philadelphia attorney would put that in a federal lawsuit without proof, this man should not be a police officer. He should be fired.
There will be more tomorrow.
*** A quick update/correction: Felicius Bucyukundi’s docket now indicates that his trial is scheduled to begin on January 27th, 2020.
From the Cody & Pfursich website (click here).
* Edwin Pfursich is married to the Lancaster County Clerk of Courts, Jacquelyn Pfursich, and he has been receiving a great deal of Public Defender work recently. The question is: Is he qualified? Do “traffic matters” make him qualified to represent a 14-year-old charged as an adult with murder?
IS PFURSICH QUALIFIED?
(Click here and in print the headline reads, “Details of slaying remain unclear.”)
LNP actually asks questions about the Lancaster Police and their murder investigation? Amazing! When are they going to look into all the unsolved murders and hold these police accountable?
And here’s a name that has been on this site quite a bit recently: 14-year-old Rahmir Hopkins’ attorney is listed as Edwin George Pfursich IV. Why hasn’t he asked to continue the preliminary hearing so he can prepare? A call to District Judge Jodie E. Richardson’s office this morning confirmed it is scheduled for this Friday at 1:30 pm (his docket indicates a different date but I was told it has been moved to this Friday). Is Pfursich qualified and prepared?
Please check back later today.