WITNESS INTIMIDATION!

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TOTALLY OUT OF CONTROL!

      And on top of the below, Jerry Puryear of the Facebook page “Staywoke717” is intimidating a witness in his criminal case? Oh, his lawyer is going to love that. He’s taking a fairly basic case and putting his own life on the line.
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27 Responses to WITNESS INTIMIDATION!

  1. WTF? says:

    “Anonymous;” Facts are garbage. Typical. Please name the nun who was arrested at the protest. All the names were published in LNP so I could verify and say I stood corrected and agree 1 nun, not nuns as you stated, had been arrested. Your statement “I stopped reading” isn’t surprising. I imagine you stopped reading with “Dick and Jane went up the hill.” Should you not post the nun’s name for verification I’ll assume you’re lying. Pro tip; reading is good for you, facts aren’t garbage, and being informed makes you a better human being or at least a more effective advocate.

    • Anonymous says:

      God! You have ZERO reading comprehension skills. “One was a nun” means ONE. Ask her lawyer for her name since you act like you know him so well. Glad to see you’re so fired up over OLD news. And here I thought you were brain dead. lol

    • Anon says:

      i am a liar. roflmao in the words of melania’s coat: i dont care. do you?

  2. Richard Musser says:

    The stuff Jerry is saying and doing online is unconscionable. He is messing with your medical stuff I hope you’re able to write tomorrow. He needs to be Arrested! Today i was the one in his sights. He thinks I call him i never have. No not even ONCE! That’s the truth!

  3. Anonymous says:

    WTF is completely wrong. Crystle & Allen represented one group of protesters pro bono and one was a nun. Technically, she wasn’t “arrested”. i.e. She wasn’t thrown to the ground and tazed. She probably got her summons in the mail, since the d-a WHO PROSECUTED HER was running for judge. The judge in the case was Knisely. Please READ before posting as if you know what you are talking about.

    • WTF? says:

      More B.S.. Crystle seems to think trespassing is protected under the 1st amendment. How did he ever receive a JD? The article plainly states the nuns did NOT give the protesters permission to be on the property. None of the Adorers were arrested right? Name the nun you claim was arrested. These people tell some real whoppers. All hat no cattle.

    • WTF? says:

      No one was “thrown to the ground and tazed.” (WTF?) Read the article I posted. The Adorers disowned the protesters before the protest. They’re props for LAP and were never involved during the whole 2 1/2 year process. Do you think simple stories hold up in court?? You’re tripping.

    • WTF? says:

      The da did the pipeline company a favor by dropping the charges. The pipeline was operational by the time the case got to court. The pipeline company had what they wanted. Dropping the charges saved the pipeline company the expense of having ti fly the pipeline workers back from God knows where to testify over a summary offense. Transco was pleased and Hobie thought he won. Hahaha. Funny. It’s you who hasn’t a clue.

    • Anonymous says:

      Here’s the “Global Sisters Report.” Don’t you think they would mention a “Sister” who was arrested?.

      https://www.globalsistersreport.org/news/environment/protesters-arrested-blocking-pipeline-work-through-nuns-property-49776

      You have no idea what you’re talking about. You’ve drunk the Kool-aid. Folks liked you can never win in court as you rely on fabrications that are exposed during briefing / discovery. Peddle your BS elsewhere.

      • WTF? says:

        The pipeline (natural gas, not oil as your first comment claimed) crossed around 1000 properties. Hundreds upon hundreds of landowners wrote heartfelt gutwrenching comments to the federal agency overseeing the project opposing the project crossing their land. All of those comments are recorded on the docket. Did the nuns write one single comment in the 2 1/2 years the docket was open and before construction began telling the federal agency about their “deeply held religious beliefs?” One? No? Not one? GTFO of the court room. B.S. story.

        • WTF? says:

          Read before YOU post. Here’s an analogy maybe you can understand. Let’s say you bought 20 acres and wished to exclude all others as is your right. For 3 whole years you never put up a fence on the boundary line or even post the boundary with no trespass signs. One day you hide behind a bush and wait for a wayfaring wanderer to cross the line onto your property. You jump out and detain them while calling 911. The police show up and you tell them you want the wanderer arrested for trespass. The cops would laugh at you. You have rights and responsibilities in this country. In that case you’re responsible to post your property line. The nuns didn’t participate in the years long proceedings or ever declare their beliefs even while a couple thousand others did. Read the 3rd circuit opinion educating them before you post. Participation required. Click the green link. You don’t dislike me, you dislike the truth.

          https://www.ferc.gov/enforcement-legal/legal/court-cases/adorers-blood-christ-et-al-v-ferc-2

          • Anonymous says:

            Wow? You post all that garbage and you think I “drink kool aid”. How long did that take you? No offense, but I stopped reading after your second long-winded response because:
            1. I am right about a nun being charged and agreeing to community service while represented by Hobe Crystle; 2. You clearly have an agenda, while I was merely repeating a fact. (It certainly wasn’t meant to be used as an opening for you to trash her lawyer, me, or anyone else; 3. It’s boring and I don’t care.
            Take a chill pill, pal. Life is short.

          • Anon says:

            thats crim trespassing in corrupt manor twp….

  4. huh? says:

    Get well soon, Becky. I’m afraid it looks like you are a COVID “long hauler.”

  5. Richard Musser says:

    Hoping you’re okay many Prayers

  6. victor says:

    Sooner or later all dis crap going on with Predator ” Jerry ” is going to come to a End..His staywoke717 page is on hold for 30 days he has a new page up Praying Hands Up 717..this Dude is not happy unless he makes a live video i bet hes the type that watches his own videos over n over..i dont understand of why this sick dude is even live every day.you can tell he has know friends take away his face book an sick Jerry Aint shit..His mother must feel really proud of raising a pile of shit..Awwww Jerry do you feel lonely now cause your page got shut down Nobody to live talk..

  7. Abomination To Our Nation! says:

    I still don’t understand how these shenanigans are anywhere close to legal. Why is this man walking any street? He’s clearly insane!

    • Anonymous says:

      Lancaster has a solid track record of ignoring the mentally ill on probation because quite frankly they have zero infrastructure or any professionals on their staff to properly protect both the parolees and who they come in contact with.

      • Anonymous says:

        Too. The Lancaster courts have a track record of wrist slapping sex offenders.

      • Anonymous says:

        Blatant lie. Call Lancaster county behavioral health and developmental services and ask for services. Or try MHA, or your insurance. Tons of MH help.

        • Anonymous says:

          Obviously you haven’t dealt with a parolee who is over seen by the LPD”s special unit that deals with the mentally ill.

          And you just can’t place an adult in a mental health facility against their will. And if a mentally ill parolee is smarter than their parole officer, you’ll be blown off or excuses will be made. The only real help out there is the state’s FBI office. Especially if the harassed victim is across state lines.

          In a situation like Puryear being pursued by decidedly mentally ill person, Puryear is vulnerable and an available target for a convicted stalker.

          So, no, just because new mental health places are open, it takes a while lot to get someone committed.

          • Anonymous says:

            The burden of proof for 302 is the same regardless of local Services. What’s a state FBI office have to do with it?

      • Anonymous says:

        Brand new behavioral health hospital on Harrisburg pike, state of the art.

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