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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.

Monday, October 27, 2014

Is Chester County, "TRUE DETECTIVE" Louisiana With Fox Hunters? Cuyler Walker is part of that world.

It's not likely that something like what is portrayed in True Detective happened in Chester County in our time. 

Even the actual events that inspired True Detective were not much like the HBO series. 

True Detective is one of the best stories and the best acting I have ever seen in any medium.  

I know some of the stories here in Chester County that people don't want to talk about. I knew two people that watched Zack Walker burning just outside of Coatesville in 1911. One man's face was red from anger and in a rage when he told me someone that I knew pushed Zack Walker back into the fire. He carried that rage a very long time. Memory can keep forgiveness at bay. 

People can do terrible things. I can sort of identify.  I can relate to "True Detective". 

The sordid stories, the things we do to each other cut across social, ethnic and financial groups. 

The graceful beauty of horses, riders wearing red suits across rolling green fields make a pretty picture, but there can be something ugly hidden from view.

There is ugly and beauty, darkness and light within all of us. In True Detective,  Matthew McConaughey’s character, Rust Cohe says;  “The world needs bad men. We keep other bad men from the door.” 

The Sheriff in the town that inspired the True Detective story said they came on the crime when a preacher at a local church came in and confessed about the youth room upstairs with blacked out windows where they had satanic rituals. Without the preacher’s confession it would just be another little church in town. The Sheriff and most people in the town didn’t believe anything like that could happen. 

But he said the reason the crime was discovered was the confession of the preacher. Without that it would never have been discovered.  He wonders what else might be out there.

There is a Vice video about the actual investigation:

Most people who grew up in Chester County and the Main Line area probably have some connection with Chester County old wealth. I knew a man who was of the Main Line wealthy. When he visited certain other Main Line wealthy family members he went well armed.  I was not at all surprised when I heard of John DuPont’s murder of Dave Schultz. 

People bond together to protect their own. It’s how we survived and prospered on earth. 

Sometimes stuff  happens in families that they want to keep quiet. Wealthy people are no different than anyone else.  But wealthy people can be isolated in a different world. 

Wealth and power can help to hide strange stuff but when you enter politics in the U.S. it’s fair game to look through windows to see what’s happening. 

Cuyler Walker is part of that world. 

Most wealthy people are as ordinary as anyone you know and I believe that ordinary people are inclined to be kind and naturally want to help others. 

And here in Chester County the old wealth comes from Quaker families. 

Quakers believe it is their Christian duty to help others, that we are all brothers and sisters.  Their ancestors helped run the Underground Railroad during the slavery days. Their ancestors were Abolitionists. 

All of us owe a debt to those Chester County Quakers and the Republican Party for ending slavery in the United States. 

You might not think so but black people in Coatesville know some history of the wealthy people in Chester County. 

There were blacksmiths who took care of the fox hunting horses. 

They were nursemaids of their children. Many of those children are grown up with their own children. 

If you want to know about Cuyler Walker go to a black hairdresser in Chester County on a Thursday. Thursday is “maids day off”.

Cuyler is the nephew of Nancy Hannum and Judge John Hannum.  Walker is the same Walker in George Walker Bush’s name. 

The Unionville Times 
September 22, 2014 | 34 Comments

He resigned as the GOP candidate for the 158th State Legislative District kind of at the last minute.  

His name has been removed from the website of the Pepper Hamilton law firm, where he was a partner.

The Upland School allegedly removed him from the board of directors of Upland.  

There was talk that a Finnish exchange student was not allowed to stay at Walker’s house.

Walker’s wife allegedly moved out.

Some older black people here say the something bad happened to Cuyler when he was a boy. They say it involved some men who worked in the stables. 

They say his mother moved him and his brother to a live in boarding school. 

That Cuyler’s brother committed suicide. 

Moving up to present day. Some of those old black people don't understand why Cuyler’s wife put Cuyler’s children into a boarding school. They say Cuyler’s wife said that her husband hated spending so much of his life away at the boarding school and she wouldn't do that to Cuyler’s children. 

They had that nice Rolling Plains house all fixed up with the latest stuff. It's easy to clean. There's a place to put everything away. His wife allegedly took her children and moved out of that nice house. 

I don't know what will happen. But I'm sure that nothing official will happen before Election Day November 4th. 

Most Chester County judges are friends with or family members of Cuyler Walker. 

Most Federal Judges in the United States District Court Eastern District of Pennsylvania are friends of or relatives of Cuyler Walker. 

I had some personal experience with a child molester. It’s part of the reason that I moved away from our home in Montgomery County. He is a big guy. Ex-Marine and wrestler. With a history of arrests for assaults. 

I was on to him. 

He got away with things that would put most people in jail. Some influential people in the local government "protected" him. 

He’s been in prison. Back out of prison and working as a custodian at local parks. 

Nice job for a pedophile, don’t you think?

He’s back in prison now. He should stay there. 
Another quote from True Detective: 
“There is no such thing as forgiveness. People just have short memories.” – Rust Cohle 
Source: http://rustcohle.com/rust-cohle-quote-thing-forgiveness/
I don’t know.  Maybe it’s still in there and a sound or a smell can awaken that memory. 
You can watch Cuyler Walker talk about “family values”, “Christian values”, and “compassion for the protection of life”. 

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