...So it should be!
Bernard O'Hare III while responding to the information provided by Controller Stephen Barron, appeared to melt down during the December 6, County Council meeting. He ultimately said "Let's do it! Lets have the district attorney look into it!". (County Council Meeting December 6, 2012. Start 9:10 into the meeting)
In essence he was asking County Council to have DA Morganelli launch an investigation into the matter regarding hours paid for with tax dollars to assist him and Ron Angle in their private litigation against We The People.
We find ourselves (for the first time) agreeing with O'hare. An investigation should be launched. However, we're not confident that the DA's office should be the one conducting such an investigation. We feel perhaps the Pennsylvania Department Of The Auditor Generals Office Of The Taxpayer Advocate should commence the investigation, or perhaps the State Attorney Generals office. All findings or results of such an investigation should thereafter be presented and released to the general public.
O'Hares deranged mind does not allow him to understand that there are laws which prohibit the use of tax dollars for personal/private use.
We The People believe that when County Executive John Stoffa authorized the use of funds and a firm (Eckard Siemens) hired to service the County, to also service two private citizens in a private litigation matter - state laws which prohibit such actions were broken. Which laws exactly? That will have to be determined by the investigation.
These three shenanigans (one of which is still in office, and one removed from office by the electors) have violated the trust of the people for far to long now.
We cannot, and must not allow this corruption to continue.
We The People will be requesting County Council to turn this matter over to the appropriate office for investigation.
Our trust in Council is growing, and will grow greater if Council demands John Stoffas RESIGNATION. What Mr. Stoffa did can only be viewed as WRONG! To add insult to injury he said it never happened. Well, the proof is in the pudding!
We're not asking Council to commit a crime, on the contrary, we're asking that you correct one.