Families of those who are killed at another’s hand experience more than the heartbreak and suffering associated with death. Often, they become enmeshed in the criminal justice system — motions and hearings and trials. They are not a party to the proceedings but rather important sideline players — reminding the prosecutors, […]
McSwain: Enough of this Nonsense: Restoring Respect for the Rule of Law with Prosecution that Serves Law-Abiding Citizens and Victims, Not Criminals
Remarks by United States Attorney William M. McSwain at the Citizens’ Crime Commission of the Greater Delaware Valley’s Quarterly Meeting
By William M. McSwain
In part THREE of this interview, Linda discusses the handcuffed law enforcement in Philadelphia, defense’s focus on bringing as much chaos as possible by lying, the impact of Larry Krasner’s decision to pursue minor charges for this murder, and the unnecessary introduction of race to the case.
“I am not the only mother this has happened to”: Watch part TWO of Linda Schellenger’s bombshell interview with Broad + Liberty
In part TWO of this exclusive, Linda discusses the trial, evidence suppressed by Larry Krasner’s prosecution, and how Krasner’s DA’s office turned its back on her family.
WATCH: Linda Schellenger honors the memory of her son, Sean, and tells us how Larry Krasner obstructed justice (pt. 1/3)
In Part 1 of our 3-part interview, Linda describes Sean’s vibrant personality, his penchant for constantly helping others and the phone call that changed her life forever.
I wanted to give Linda a voice, undiluted by anyone else’s narrative or agenda. We spoke about her son Sean, his life, their relationship and how her life changed on July 12, 2018.
By Linda A. Kerns
Philadelphia Inquirer columnist Helen Ubiñas has had enough of Philly’s “progressive” District Attorney Larry Krasner, and his view of actual victims of crime — you know, the folks a prosecutor seeks justice for — as an inconvenience to his partisan goals. From Friday’s piece on families of victims of crime […]
Maureen Faulkner’s persistence and courage in filing her petition have brought into sharp focus the questions that continue to hang over Philly’s district attorney.
By George Parry