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Public Corruption in Chester County, PA

I believe an unlikely mix of alleged drug trafficking related politicos and alleged white nationalist related politicos united to elect the infamous “Bloc of Four” in the abysmal voter turnout election of 2005. During their four year term the drug business was good again and white nationalists used Coatesville as an example on white supremacist websites like “Stormfront”. Strong community organization and support from law enforcement, in particular Chester County District Attorney Joseph W. Carroll has begun to turn our community around. The Chester County drug trafficking that I believe centers on Coatesville continues and I believe we still have public officials in place that profit from the drug sales. But the people here are amazing and continue to work against the odds to make Coatesville a good place to live.

Sunday, January 3, 2010

"Frankly, it wouldn’t hurt to make things a little miserable for him," Saha said.

"He made our lives miserable for the past six years."

You could also argue that the Sahas and their handlers made things pretty miserable for all the residents of Coatesville. And it may take a lot more than just 6 years to fix it. In my opinion some of the anti-Paul Janssen people have proven their hatred for the people of Coatesville.

Janssen’s critics have chance to prove love for city
Editorial no. 1

http://www.dailylocal.com/articles/2005/09/12/opinion/15196507.txt

8 comments:

  1. So, you are saying that eminent domain is OK? That some guy didn't have the right to keep his farm? And people that object to Paul Janssen are white supremacists? http://coatesvilledems.blogspot.com/2010/01/know-anyone-in-radnor-township.html

    Well then come take your guy back, because we don't want him. The guy is a loser. And so, obviously are you. Not wanting some big fat white guy in our town to suck on the public tit doesn't make us anything other than smart.

    Enjoy the article: http://www.philly.com/philly/news/local/80492902.html

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  2. You decide if he is a white supremacist or not:

    “Sellers, an electrical worker who trails his opponent in the race, has also come under fire recently for seeking the support of Larry Pratt, a former aide to presidential candidate Pat Buchannan.

    Pratt is executive director of Gun Owners of America. He left the Buchanan Campaign after the media reported on his ties to the Ku Klux Klan and the white supremacist group Aryan Nation.

    Pratt has indorsed Sellers and will be the keynote speaker at a fund-raising dinner for Sellers next week.

    Sellers said the allegations against Pratt are untrue and that he sought Pratt’s support because of his expertise on gun issues.”

    The Lancaster Intelligencer Article is here:

    http://www.box.net/shared/7j62u1705d

    You can also find it on microfilm at the Lancaster County Libraries.

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  3. What does this have to do with Radnor residents not wanting Coatesville's BIG MISTAKE in the Radnor Township Building? You make no sense. What also makes no sense is your blanket statement that if you don't like Janssen, you don't like Coatesville. Norristown didn't like Janssen either and look at the mess he made there.

    Everyone knows you are a good buddy of Paul Janssen, so feel free to come to Radnor tomorrow and tell the residents and commissioners who don't want him that they are white supremacists and hate Coatesville for not wanting him in town -- should make for an entertaining meeting.

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  4. Other than at public meetings about 5 years ago I have had no contact at all with Paul Janssen. I don't know anyone who has.

    What the people here in Coatesville underestimated were the extremists in Chester and Lancaster County; I have learned too much about them to underestimate them.

    And I feel that Chester County has more than its share of corrupt public officials. (Paul Janssen on the other hand worked WITH the FBI)

    I think that most of South East PA thinks the past 4 years were among the worst in the history of Coatesville. That is not Paul Janssen's fault. Coatesville is getting that government the Sahas helped to install cleaned out tomorrow.

    I think we will see the first few dominoes fall tomorrow or very shortly after tomorrow in Coatesville.

    People at City Hall might feel more free to speak soon.

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  5. Janssen is a loser. He is devisive, and a stone cold liar. I don't know who they talked to in Yeadon, but he is not a team builder at all. Yeadon should have listened when they were warned, and they didn't. Trust me-he's going to cost that town alot of money and Radnor should beware before its too late.

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  6. I get my information from public sources and sources on the street and in government. What I look for is information concerning public officials and people working with them that is potentially prosecutable. I can’t find anything like that for Paul Janssen.
    On the other hand; the people who came after him and the people that put them in place are a different story.

    If you have anything that could allegedly break the law concerning Paul Janssen I want to see it. All the things that I have seen so far about Paul Janssen is silly stuff like your web page and angry rants on extremist websites like "Free Republic"

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  7. Honey, you need to get out more. Janssen is not so hard to track. And he did get fired in Norristown for his little gal Fran's big blunder. That and more is documented in published media reports - including your own Coatesville people blaming him for a lot of woes.

    Whose website are you referring to BTW? A few of us are covering the big fellow now as well as reporters. And someone said to me today from out around West Chester that you used to serve on the planning commission in Coatesville? How can you therefore say with a straight face that all his bungling was good for your home town?

    Silly is in the eye of the beholder, darling man.

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  8. Let me try to make it clear:

    The unfounded accusations and goofy pictures will not get Janssen in prison.

    I can't be specific but keep checking the news for articles about public officials being indicted. Who knows, it might be someone you know. And that might not be the news you want to hear.

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