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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.

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

How will Coatesville City Manager Gray Rawlings deal with the “Too Big to Fail” Drug Business in Chester County”?

Paul Janssen and Jean Krack were the two visionary Coatesville City Managers that began the process of bringing Coatesville from the drug depot of Chester County into a reasonably good place to live.
Paul and Jean were two people with a “street fighter” background that did not survive the incredible political and social pressure of the “Too Big to Fail” drug business of Chester County.
I think the drug dealers and the public officials that keep them in business couldn’t stand to lose their logistics center in Chester County and had to pull out all the stops to make sure the “Revitalization of Coatesville” did not succeed.
With its easy in and out shipping/delivery position in southeast Pennsylvania, interconnected system of drug dealer, public officials, easily intimated population and churches not disinclined to accept drug money, a drug delivery system, separate drug money based economy and easy to hire trained personnel Coatesville is a one of a kind municipal area in southeast Pennsylvania.
In case you don’t get it, our criminal justice system in Chester County is our higher education training system for drug dealers.
The “Too Big to Fail” drug business of Chester County shut down really tough street fighters like Paul Janssen and Jean Krack.
It’s too early to see how Gary Rawlings will do. One big thing in his favor is that Paul Janssen and Jean Krack began the construction on the road to pave the way to a new kind of city; they did the “seed” work.  
But as former Federal Prosecutor Tom Hogan told me, “Coatesville was ready to turn over and then these new guys (Bloc of Four, Walker, Lehr and Mathews) came in.”
The dedicated work of some of the Coatesville PD Officers, the selfless dedication of Chester County District Attorney Joe Carroll and the hard work of then Federal Prosecutor Tom Hogan helped to change Coatesville for the better.
It seems like one by one the century old “Order” of Legrees, Subers and Trowreys is falling apart.
Tom Hogan got Richard "Fat Boy" Legree Jr.
The Devil got former CCRC Area 14 Chairperson Richard Legree
Joe Carroll and the Coatesville Police got PA 26th Legislative District Representative Tim Hennessey’s office manager Lisa Johnson and Coatesville Codes Officer John Tinson.
And now the “Coatesville police, the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area task force and Caln police” got "Richie's" nephew “The Sequel” producer, Harvey “Bitsy” Legree.
Published: Saturday, June 04, 2011
I think that many eyes have been opened to the potential the City of Coatesville. But will it be enough to overcome the “Too Big to Fail” drug business of Chester County.
A lot has changed since I first came back to Coatesville.
It was really frightening to “know things”, information that sharing with the wrong people could get me or my family members hurt.
I believe that the real control over what goes and what doesn’t go in Chester County was and maybe still is decided in the Machiavellian underbelly of Chester County politics.
Not knowing who to trust was anxiety producing.  To put it in fisherman’s terms, I spent a lot of time “reading the water” before I contacted anyone.
I think that Gary Rawlings might be trying to “read the water” in that Machiavellian drug dealing world just under the surface of the Chester County waters right now.
There is still a lot of very hard work ahead and Mr. Rawlings needs a lot of help.
Lots of people will offer their help. He just needs to be able to sort from among those “helpers” the people that benefit from the “Too Big to Fail” drug business, from the ones who don’t.
It’s not connected to Coatesville politics but it’s one of those “Chester County things” about dogs. In specific at tiny dog that you could hold in one hand:
The Daily Local (dailylocal.com), Serving Chester County, PA
NEWLIN -- Common Pleas Judge James P. MacElree II shot and killed a neighbors pet dog while it was on his land, apparently trying to keep the dog from attacking a goose which lives on the judges property.
Thursday, February 1, 2001
By Michael P. Rellahan

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