Villanova woman, 75, waives hearing i...

Villanova woman, 75, waives hearing in hit-run case

There are 4 comments on the Philly.com story from Sep 17, 2009, titled Villanova woman, 75, waives hearing in hit-run case. In it, Philly.com reports that:

The 75-year-old Villanova woman accused in a hit-and-run accident on the Main Line in July has hired seasoned Philadelphia defense lawyer Frank DeSimone.

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Richard Liberatoscioli

Gilbertsville, PA

#1 Oct 18, 2009
well, with a detective and felon Lower Merion cop and both county and district judges in our back pockets, she could have just called us ... one phone call and they can make like it never happened!...I do hope that the child was not killed this time.

Now, prove me wrong ...damand a full criminal investagation (good luck!).

Richard Liberatoscioli
ncssi@msn.com
Richard Liberatoscioli

Gilbertsville, PA

#2 Oct 18, 2009
Quote from:
District Attorney
Risa Vetri Ferman

"The Montgomery County Office of the District Attorney is dedicated to achieving justice and protecting the safety of our community. We fairly investigate, and aggressively prosecute, criminal activity throughout our County. We zealously enforce the law and the rights of crime victims. Our goal is to keep Montgomery County safe and secure by effectively working with the entire law enforcement community. We fight for justice in the courts, seek appropriate punishment for those who commit crimes, provide complete assistance to victims of crime, and offer community-based crime prevention programs to educate the public."

You see Risa, In your own words and sworn oath of office to the people of Montgomery County are finally catching up to you. Did you think that you too are above the law? As in your self-proclaimed high standards of public ethics, you allow Montgomery County Judges who commit felony crimes go uninvestigated. Detectives and Felony policeman to simply call these judges "on-the-take" to circumvent the law. Would this make you party to the crimes as well? This is exactly what the Montgomery County Commissioners are trying to protect the community from.

Richard Liberatoscioli
ncssi@msn.com
Richard Liberatoscioli

Gilbertsville, PA

#3 Oct 18, 2009
Richard Liberatoscioli

Gilbertsville, PA

#6 Oct 29, 2009
.... and in reference to our family Felon Lower Merion cop, I used to change his diapers for heaven's sake!!

... I do think when the law catches up with him .... he will be needing my services again

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