— This has been a shocking day. I thought Judge Leonard Brown III was a good guy. So, Lancaster County has two judges who supported and used outrageous legal means to defend puppy mills owners. The corruption in Lancaster County is simply astonishing.
I will come back to Bryan Cutler next week because it is time the public knows the truth about this man.
Have a safe and happy Friday.
** Oh, my heavens! Attorney Jeffrey Conrad, now also a Lancaster County Judge, is named several times in the Philadelphia Inquirer article linked to below. And like Judge Brown, it is awful!
The original of the below is here. The picture with three women looking adoringly at Conrad was from his company’s website. The judge situation in Lancaster is simply unbelievable and unconscionable.
IT IS THAT LEONARD BROWN!
From today’s LNP article, “Ronks family has long history of animal abuse, from selling a rabid puppy to terrible kennel conditions,” (click here).
* As soon as I read this I said to myself, “Is that Lancaster County Judge Leonard G. Brown III and if so, why doesn’t the story state it?”
Oh, yes it is. From the Philadelphia Inquirer in December of 2011 (click here):
“Animal welfare advocates wonder whether newly-elected county judge Leonard Brown III can separate his new role – balancing the scales of justice – with his old role as a partner in a firm that specializes in representing accused (and convicted) animal abusers.”
How much lower can LNP go?
MONEY, LIES & MORE LIES!
Friday, July 9th:
— LNP still has not covered Tuesday’s city council committee meeting. Business administrator Patrick Hopkins (pictured above) carried on about refinancing a 2011 bond issue for over half-an-hour. What’s up with that?
— Cutler’s attorney accused the plaintiffs of using the evidence in an effort to “appeal to the sympathies of the court and the court of public opinion.”
From an email from SpotlightPA.
Will the public finally learn the truth about Cutler that LNP has kept hidden for years? What a disgrace!
— I realize all of the murders [do not] have perpetrator DNA but in Erma Kaylor’s case, there had to be.
Part of a comment into this site.
Yes, they absolutely have the killer’s DNA in Erma Kaylor’s brutal murder. Ask Lancaster Police Captain Michael Winters why the DNA has not been sent to Parabon. Oh, and new police chief John Bey, you might want to look up the case of Akeem Washington and Winter’s participation in that horrible injustice.
Please check back later today.