A SHOCKING CONFLICT!
Former Assistant District Attorney Randall Miller moonlighted and worked part time for TW Ponessa & Associates as their legal counsel. Joy O’Shea Woomer’s daughter went there because of the stress of her mother being arrested and charged with murder. And her daughter unknowingly had to see and interact with the man who was going to prosecute her mother.
This conflict of interest should have never been allowed. LNP never mentioned it while it was “breaking news” on this site. Randall Miller was recently elected as a District Judge in Elizabethtown replacing Jayne Duncan who suddenly and mysteriously resigned.
And in the picture right after the verdict above, in the background is now deceased Lancaster County Detective Joseph Geesey. I consider him to have been one of the most corrupt and dishonest detectives in Lancaster’s history. And this case was no different.
To be continued…
* I often think about former nurse Joy Woomer. Charged 7 years after the fact, convicted by a jury on the flimsiest of evidence (& motive) and the perjured testimony of her vindictive ex husband and lopsided in limine rulings that almost seemed designed to torpedo her case. She has served her minimum as a model prisoner, but last I heard, her petition for parole was denied. Stedman probably opposed it. She is NOT a threat to society but if she speaks out publicly after release, she is a threat to his political career. I don’t know anyone, jurors included, who know the true story of what happened to that little boy. I do know his parents rec’d a hefty out-of-court settlement from Bayada Nurses which would probably not have occurred without a conviction. My heart breaks for her and I pray she has been released, but I have no idea…..
This comment in last week under “AND NOW HE’S A JUDGE!” below on this site.
WORKED THERE PART TIME!
Whenever I hear the name “TW Ponessa & Associates,” I think of Joy O’Shea Woomer. Below is her attorney, Chris Pattrerson, immediately after the jury’s verdict. There is so much LNP never told the public about this case.
Please check back later today.