My thoughts EXACTLY!Two points:
there is a paper trail. When one cashes that check, the receiving bank's routing numbers are encoded on the document, along with a lot of other information.
and thorough investigation has shown that Foltz did NOT end up with any embezzled money. Nor did his widow. We seem to agree that someone inappropriately ended up with some EIT money, and that Foltz
could have answered a lot of the question as to where or to whom it went.
So, so far, there is NO reason to exclude consideration of local leb cty EIT collectors and other public officials as we try to figure out where the money went.
The longer this goes on, the harder it is to cover it up. "Someone" thought it was going to be a lot easier to convince the public to pay back the 5 million.
When threats of litigation didn't phase or scare EVERY overpaid district or township it put a little snag in the cover-up.
Lebanon County may be made up of sleepy
little towns but that doesn't mean the people are stupid or scared. The EIT Committee or whomever is coaching them from behind the black curtain, woke the sleeping lion.
Now they've become stage producers. I doubt the "trial" will be up for a Tony Award.
The more they try to convince us, the convincing they become.
I don't think they're all that smart.
Does anyone know if any of the current EIT Exec. Committee members or the GOB (Good Old Boys) from the past EIT board were or are connected to PNC in any way?