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*    …The same type of DNA analysis used to find Rowe could be used on other cold cases, the district attorney’s office said.
     …Stedman budgeted $10,000 for similar DNA analysis work in 2019, enough to be able to work on two cases, according to the district attorney’s office. DNA and genealogy work costs between $3,000 and $5,000, the office said. 
From the LNP 2019 article, “DA’s office announces new cold case homicide investigation unit in Lancaster County,” (click here).


     “So he improperly spent DA’s office forfeiture account money on an SUV for himself, then when called on it filed a frivolous lawsuit to silence those who called him on it, and now to pay for the lawsuit he proposes to again improperly spend DA office account funds on something for which those funds were not intended. Is your head spinning yet,” Josh Parsons, chairman of the board of commissioners, said in a statement.
From the LNP article, “Stedman submits bill for lawsuit against commissioners, teeing up new legal battle,” (click here).      
     And now, Stedman is a judge! What a mess! $74,000 dollars? That would pay for a lot of DNA tests for all the unsolved murders under Stedman!
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7 Responses to * MY HEAD IS SPINNING!

  1. Old & Canadian says:

    Color me a skeptic, but what am I missing?
    There has to be more to all of this because LNP is dragging this story on and it has zero traction.
    It is common knowledge that LNP will slam anyone who gets in their way.
    What does Craig Stedman know that LNP has now gone after him when they glorified him for over a decade?
    This is bigger then a car which actually doesn’t sounds reasonable if he used it for work as even our DA equivalent has a tax payer car and I do not believe this car was with tax payer money but some other accounts. Do I have the correct?
    Something is going on and the public is left in the dark.
    I can feel it.

  2. huh? says:

    While he’s out using taxpayer monies for car purchases and soaking taxpayers for defense funds for himself, he doesn’t bother to move forward to try to find Erma’s murderer.

    What’s more, I messaged a friend of mine who works for Parabon and gave them the story of Erma Kaylor. They were so disturbed by her murder that they hoped DNA would be submitted soon. As they said, a murder like that leaves the perp’s DNA all over the place.

    • huh? says:

      PS to be clear, all of the extraneous show boating with facial recreations and charts of ethnicity is unnecessary for investigating. Run the DNA and build the tree. It’s how they caught Raymond Rowe.

  3. Anonymous says:

    All this, and the sheep still keep voting for ass*oles like him.

  4. huh? says:

    This was so easy to predict. IIRC, I predicted it when it was going on.

  5. Anonymous says:

    IMPEACH Stedman. Then disbar him.

  6. smh says:

    Between this idiotic maneuver from a JUDGE and the free water meter scheme I’m starting to believe that Lancaster County if beyond redemption. This Stedman lawsuit should be paid from his personal finances. What an arrogant excuse of a human being and a judge.

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