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     What an amazing find and LNP updated their story to give credit to the man who actually found the records (click here):
      The search was apparently prompted by a Jan. 20 request for the records made by William Buckingham, a York County private detective and former police officer.
     Of course these records need to be released to the press and public. Solve this murder!
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  1. Anonymous says:

    Any chance he was on the down low and this was rough trade gone too far?

  2. huh? says:

    The book you mention was by Bill Kiesling I believe. Title something like The Midnight Ride of Jonathan Luna.

  3. smh says:

    LOL, another only in Lancaster moment. An open case, no records, then “no” records located in the cellar of county building on Queen St. You can’t make this stuff up.

    Mr Bennawit deserves a medal for locating them.

    I have no doubt the records were placed there with the intention that they would never again see the light of day. Thank you Mr Bennawit, you did good.

    • Anonymous says:

      Aren’t open case records kept in the DA’s office? Are there so many open case records that they ran out of storage room? How many open cases are there in Lancaster County? So many questions…………..

  4. Anonymous says:

    Yes, release these records. I find it incredible that it is an open case yet the records were misplaced for a decade thereabouts. Best of luck to Mr. Buckingham though I doubt that he will be able to make much headway in solving this. There was a book, ages ago maybe 2005 regarding this case. I never finished reading it. This case is intertwined with various federal judicial agencys. Our coroner (Walp?) ruled Jonathans death homicide I believe then the feds stepped in and ruled it a suicide. Jonathan stabbed himself 36 times, slit his own throat then drowned in the creek if my memory serves correctly. Mr. Buckingham, good luck, be very careful and stay safe, you are dealing with the feds.

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