Saturday, May 17, 2014

The straw that broke LAG’s back

Don't blame law-enforcement!

For those of you who only followed this case in the press, and may be thinking that Leo was ONLY charged because he inadvertently charged a Pennsylvania State Trooper’s Father-In-Law, I can only say Wake Up People. 

This case was about soooooo much more.

As reported by the Citizens Voice

Prior to Trooper Mimnaugh’s dealings with Glodzik, testimony showed that the FBI had been accumulating evidence of Glodzik ripping people off.

Frank Sorick, a critic of city government and president of the Wilkes-Barre Taxpayers Association, attended nearly the entire trial and said the proceedings clearly highlighted the fact federal officials were and are investigating corruption in the city.

“It certainly showed there is an ongoing corruption scandal being investigated,” Sorick said.

Mimnaugh’s incident was “the straw that broke the camel’s back,” Sorick said.

This was the first in what is sure to be a slew of charges to follow a culture of corruption that has been running rampant in the City of Wilkes Barre for years.

Anyone who thinks Our Leo, or King Lie-A-Ton is being treated unfairly need be reminded of the 80+ year old woman who had her car stolen, then found by Plymouth Police (In Good Condition per PD) only to have it dropped in front of her home in smashed beyond repair. Leo, and Lie-A-Ton showed her no remorse, so I would shed a tear for them. 

Wake Up Wilkes Barre

A special thank you to Luzerne County First Assistant District Attorney Sam Sanguedolce, for the great job he did prosecuting this case. 


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