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     On Christmas Eve, December 24, 2013, G. Scott Davis shot and killed his two-month-old daughter Kestyn. This case would become an absolute travesty of justice because Davis is related to Bryan Cutler. And LNP knew it and covered up for everyone. The full story will come this week.



Top left: G. Scott Davis; Top right: Former District Attorney and now judge, Craig Stedman.
Bottom left: Judge Dennis Reinaker; Bottom right: former defense attorney and now judge, Jeffrey Conrad.



     From the LNP article, “4 takeaways from LNP Editorial Board meeting with new state House Majority Leader Bryan Cutler,” (click here).
     You will find these “three rules” everywhere associated with Cutler. Sometimes he will say they are from his father. Other places he will say they are from his “parents.”
     LNP opinion editor Suzanne Cassidy almost swooned over them and included them in an editorial. He told the same thing to PennLive. 
     Does it get any more pathetic and a bigger lie than this? 


  1. Anonymous says:

    How many crime scenes did steady Craig show up at? Was there any back and forth phone calls between the Sted man and wonder boy?

  2. Anonymous says:

    We all know what kind of human being Reinker is.

    * Edited to make it a hyperlink. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LwzaofVNs4I

  3. Idontfront says:

    You forgot to mention that it was accidental shooting.

    • Earl says:

      Right On !
      It wasn’t revenge, it had nothing to do with custody or divorce or drugs. Now don’t get me wrong, Davis was Careless and stupid ! Plus just picture what he must have felt ! You know blood would have sprayed all over the wall and floor.

      Sincerely Earl

      • Anonymous says:

        How do you know ANY of what you wrote is true??!!!

      • anon says:

        Christmas eve. Was alcohol involved? Maybe I missed it but I don’t remember any reporting saying he was tested.

        I’ve owned weapons all my life and would never do what he did. Well, maybe if I was stupidly hammered.

        • anon says:

          PS. I can’t imagine being so hammered I’d violate the most basic rules of handling a firearm.

    • Anonymous says:

      So they said. So the newspaper reported.

      Stedman was on site despite the fact it was Xmas Eve.

      When the child was accidentally shot in Lancaster city when a stray bullet ricocheted from a basement, where was Stedman declaring it an accident immediately?

      Why were they charged if it was clearly an accident versus the murkiness of the Davis shooting?

      • Earl says:

        What are you talking about ??

        • Becky says:

          Police late Sunday said there was a family gathering in the home at 627 E. Madison St. A family member “test-fired” a handgun in the basement. The bullet went through a door and hit the child in the back, police said.

          9-year-old Lancaster boy still critical after stray bullet strike

          Father, sister among those charged in Easter Sunday shooting of 9-year-old city boy

          • Becky says:

            I believe this is the case the poster was referring to. If not, I apologize and hope they will elaborate.

          • Anonymous says:

            This is exactly the case I am referring to. No kid gloves. No ready absolution by Stedman.

            Nope. This was CLEARLY an accident but the quality of mercy apparently is only meted out to guys cleaning their gun next to a child’s infant swing. Don’t quote me but I seem to recall he didn’t dial 911 immediately.

          • Earl says:

            Well, Well, Well……….
            As usual we’re talking apples an oranges ! The 3 people in this other case pulled the trigger on PURPOSE ! They discussed it and planned it ! They put a wood door in front of a street facing window and shot the door. The bullet left the HOUSE ! They live in a row home neighborhood!!! Then they hide the gun !!!

            Thank You for that post Becky.

          • Becky says:

            No, Earl. Davis said he aimed at his daughter and pulled the trigger.
            I believe Katelyn Smith did a piece for WGAL with an identical gun to the one he used and said he ignored two warnings that the gun had a bullet in it.

      • Anonymous says:

        EXACTLY. The paper’s version was, as usual, a regurgitation of a D.A. press release. Stedman probably didn’t go to the shooting of the other kid because he hadn’t stolen his Toyota Highlander yet. If that creep hadn’t been given a free ride by LNP, Josh Parsons, and everyone else who kissed his corrupt a$$, he’d be in prison, where he belongs.

  4. Anonymous says:

    The rules sound like they are straight from a Norman Vincent Peale book.

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