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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.

Saturday, November 21, 2015

Since Prohibition Chester County organized crime has been Republican. It could change to Democrat

Since Prohibition times organized crime in Coatesville and in Chester County has been Republican Party based. 

Chester County is slowly changing to a Democratic County. Organized crime will change along with the politics. 

Don't misunderstand, Chester County organized crime won’t ever go completely over to the Democratic side. Philadelphia is a Democratic County but organized crime is mixed between mostly Republican organized crime in South Philly, Northwest Philly and North East Philly and mostly Democratic organized crime in Center City, North Philly and West Philly. Philly began changing to Democratic in 1949.

Up until very recently organized crime, the drug business part, has been entirely Republican in Chester County. If organized crime needed help from public officials Democrats couldn’t help. The Republican Party controlled everything. But politics is slowly becoming more Democratic in Chester County. 

I think that in Coatesville a small change in organized crime politics, in the drug business, is beginning. The CCDC, the Chester County Democratic Committee needs to be cognizant of this.

The wild card in all of this is legalization of marijuana and possible legalization of all drugs now on the narcotics list. If that happens it will destroy organized crime as it now exists. Legalization will also take money out of West Chester, PA and the Chester County Courts system.  See:

I think there have been changes in illegal drug distribution in preparation for legalization of marijuana. Mexican drug entrepreneurs are switching to Mexican processed very high grade heroin and they're delivering it almost like Amazon does. From Mexico to your doorstep. That kind of delivery system doesn’t need motorcycle gangs in South East PA and street slingers in Coatesville. Maybe some of the drug business in Coatesville dried up because of the new Mexican Smack. Maybe that’s the reason we see more armed robberies here. I don’t know yet. 

I published this: 

MONDAY, JULY 6, 2009

The two basic political entities are those who are go along with the drug traffickers and those who are working against the drug traffickers. It does not matter whether they are Democrats or Republicans; the big differences in politicians here is whether they go along with the drug scene or not. One caveat to keep in mind is that there are many naïves who do not understand how things work here.

There is a separate underground economy that operates on trickle down money from drug trafficking in Coatesville. When the undercover ATF and DEA people were here because of the arson, much of the drug trafficking stopped. The legitimate local business here suffered; some people did not have the cash to their pay bills.

There is no long standing drug trafficking business anywhere that does not have support from public officials. Read; Police Politics Corruption “The mixture dangerous to freedom and justice” by Colonel Frank McKetta Retired Pennsylvania State Police.

On the surface Coatesville seems like an ordinary Pennsylvania town. But a drive down any main street on a Friday or Saturday night will tell you that this is a huge drug trafficking town. It is a beautiful town with great potential and wonderful people but one that is held hostage by long time drug traffickers with political connections. I call it “Little Sicily”.

If a shooting occurs in front of several people in Coatesville right now; chances are “nobody saw it”. Much of the tips that law enforcement does get in Coatesville comes from new residents. Coatesville is a city of about 12,000 residents with the infrastructure for 20,000 residents. New residents without long time family connections in Coatesville cannot be easily intimidated by drug traffickers. The USDoJ is well aware that a redevelopment of Coatesville that brings in new people may be the end of the drug trafficking and the terror hold that it has over Coatesville. The drug traffickers are also aware of that fact.

Election of people not connected to the drug trafficking political establishment here will help but what I think Coatesville and Chester County really needs is a full investigation of the city by the USDoJ. Until that happens we will continue to see articles like this one in the Daily Local News:

The Daily Local (dailylocal.com), Serving Chester County, PA
'How do you sleep at night?'

Along with most other older Daily Local articles this one is difficult to find. But the same article appears in the DelCo Times:

Monday, July 6, 2009
One year ago, two Chester County families were destroyed and a community was sent into a state of shock.

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