No ruling in Erie courthouse coke case

No ruling in Erie courthouse coke case

There are 4 comments on the Erie Times News story from Sep 5, 2013, titled No ruling in Erie courthouse coke case. In it, Erie Times News reports that:

William Gillespie's lawyer says the drug evidence against him must be thrown out because Gillespie knew only that he might be searched for a weapon, not drugs, when he put an aspirin bottle filled with crack cocaine through an Erie County Courthouse security checkpoint in March.

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Erie, PA

#1 Sep 5, 2013
Dumb fck brings crack to the courthouse and then cries foul and racism when caught with it.


Does that mean if it was a white person, there would be no evidence hearing and the white person would just go to jail?
William Gillespie

Meadville, PA

#2 Sep 5, 2013
Dey didnt Ax me if I had any crack. Damn honkey mudda fckers. Dat was my crack, I bought dit in Pikksburgh fom my cuzin Jamal

Cleveland, OH

#3 Sep 8, 2013
Check the attorney's briefcases. More coke there than in Columbia.
jakefromstatefar m

Waterford, PA

#4 Sep 8, 2013
If it gets thrown out, does he get his drugs back?

Will Hamot/UPMC ER honor this same ruling, now that they have security checks?

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