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Breaking News: Estate of Todd W. Shultz, et al. v. Gregory T. Hadfield, et al. (Click Here)

Memorandum and Order 9-8-15 In a 41-page memorandum, federal Middle District Judge, John E. Jones, III, denied the motion of Gregory T. Hadfield, James A. Miller, and Springettsbury Township, to dismiss the $8 million civil rights lawsuit resulting from the December 29, 2012, officer involved fatal shooting of Todd W. Shultz. The shooting took place more »


Breaking News: Estate of Todd W. Shultz, et al. v. Gregory T. Hadfield, et al. (Click Here)

POLICE CAR VIDEO REAFFIRMS YORK COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, LAW ENFORCEMENT GONE ROGUE

Springettsbury Township Police Department, and York Count District Attorney, Refuse to Stop Police Officers from Repeatedly Violating People’s Civil Rights, Permitting Injury and Death

Complaint FILED 12-18-14

Exhibit B – Butter Knife

Exhibit C – Table Knife

Exhibit D – Scissors

Exhibit E – Table Knife at Final Rest

Exhibit F – DA Kearney’s Press Release in Shultz

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Breaking News: Kraska v. Clark, et al. (M.D.Pa. 11/05/2014) (Click Here)

HARRISBURG MAN FILES COMPLAINT IN FEDERAL COURT ALLEGING
CIVIL RIGHTS VIOLATIONS BY COUNTY JUDGE AND DEPUTY SHERIFFS

Man thrown in jail for looking at a judge the wrong way during a break in a civil trial

Complaint Filed 11-5-14        Exhibit A Filed 11-5-14

HARRISBURG (Nov. 5, 2014) – Michael J. Kraska, of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, filed a Complaint in federal court today against Dauphin County Court of Common Pleas Senior Judge Lawrence F. Clark, Jr., for throwing him in jail simply for looking at Judge Clark the wrong way. Also included in the Complaint are as-yet identified Dauphin County Sheriff’s Office personnel, the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts, and Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. Kraska alleges that his civil rights were violated on January 29, 2013, during a break in the civil case of Sheila A. Keiter v. Upper Dauphin County Emergency Services, Inc., a/k/a “Medic 6”, No. 2003-cv-3915.  Kraska is represented by civil rights attorney Devon M. Jacob of Jacob Litigation. more »



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