PA STATE TROOPER FALSIFIES EVIDENCE JUST BEFORE TRIAL

On October 17, 2008 in Gilbert, PA just around 6:30 was a tragic motor vehicle accident involving a high profile Senator, this Senator was James J. Rhoades who passed away due to his injuries the next morning.
Mr. Senavitis was eventually arrested for vehicular homicide while DUI over 4 times the legal limit as well as over a dozen other charges.

ADA Colleen Mancuso prosecuted this case in trial on March 10, 2010 whereas in the questioning of the Commonwealth’s witness, Corporal Douglas Shook, he was questioned on the whereabouts and inspection of the pick-up truck driven by Mr. Senavitis.

In the court documents Corporal Shook testifies that a search warrant was obtained and an inspection of the vehicle was done by him on Halloween of 2008.

The inspection entails documenting and photographing damage points of the vehicle and an actual state inspection.

The search warrant also enables them to go inside the vehicles to inspect and gather evidence.
Direct from the trial:

Ms. Mancuso “Did you find anything unusual on the inside of the vehicle?”

Corporal Shook “The only thing that was surprising to me is there was actually still an odor of an alcoholic beverage inside the passenger compartment.

Ms. Mancuso “Was there anything else?”

Corporal Shook “There were beers cans in there. That is not necessarily uncommon with the crashes I get called out for. The odor of the alcoholic beverages still being in there was surprising. Usually it dissipates by then.”

PENNSYLVANIA STATE POLICE Supplemental Investigation Report:

Now, on February 17, 2010 (23 days before trial), this Trooper (Jason Beers) executed a search warrant on the truck that was operated by SENAVITIS. Four(4) empty twelve(12) ounce cans of BUSCH beer were recovered from the passenger compartment of the truck and placed into evidence under property number N3-4982(M).
It’s clearly documented and testified to that the pickup truck driven by Mr. Senavitis was inspected with a fine tooth comb on Halloween of 2008 with an obtained search warrant and the state police document everything about that vehicle and photographed it vehicle inside and out.

I believe it is protocol to photograph evidence in its found location before moving it for proper documentation.

Then they get another search warrant 23 days before trial on February 17, 2010 and this is when they come up with these cans of beer to bring up into evidence.

Upon receipt of this new discovery by defense and brought to Mr. Senavitis’ attention he informed defense counsel there were no beer cans in the cab of his truck and he needed to review that evidence for born on dates that the cans document.

Needless to say prosecution made sure these cans of beer in the cab of the truck were brought up in the trial, but the physical evidence of these cans were never viewed.

Why weren’t they found and photographed in their complete inspection of the pickup truck Halloween of 2008?
If they were there then I am sure there would have been several other initial charges on Mr. Senavitis in their scramble for charging this man for as much as they could to make him seem guilty.

Mr. Senavitis’ family reviewed the pickup and photographs the entire vehicle the day after the accident October 18, 2008 and there are no beer cans in any of their photos.

And, even though the Rhoades family and the court has been portraying them to be dumb rednecks I am sure if there were cans at the time the family inspected the vehicle and got personal items out they would have been smart enough to take out any beer cans. They didn’t because there wasn’t any.

To see full stream of photos by the Senavitis family go to:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/41714123@N08/

SENATOR JIM RHOADES MEMORIAL BRIDGE: GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF PA HOUSE BILL No.2614

I would like to state that Mr. Senavitis the accused of killing Senator James Rhoades went to trial for this in March 2010 and was acquited of the vehicular homicide as he did not cause the accident but infact the Senator himself was at fault for the accident which caused his own death.

Mr. Senavitis was guilty before proven innoccent and then proven innoccent by a jury only to remain guilty as you will see reading this House Bill No.2614 Session of 2010, as of June 18, 2010.

Special attention to (6) states HE WAS KILLED BY A DRUNK DRIVER.
(6) Rhoades died at Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown
a day after being injured in an automobile accident near
Brodheadsville, Pennsylvania, in Monroe County. He was killed
by a drunk driver.

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE BILL No.2614 Session of 2010 INTRODUCED BY KNOWLES, McCALL, GOODMAN, SEIP, ADOLPH, BAKER,
BEAR, BENNINGHOFF, BEYER, BOYD, BRADFORD, BRENNAN, BROOKS,
CAUSER, CLYMER, DAY, DENLINGER, DiGIROLAMO, EACHUS, EVERETT,
FAIRCHILD, FLECK, FREEMAN, GABLER, GEIST, GEORGE, GROVE,
GRUCELA, HARHART, HELM, HENNESSEY, HESS, HICKERNELL,
M. KELLER, KILLION, KORTZ, MAJOR, MILLARD, MILLER, MIRABITO,
MOUL, MURT, MUSTIO, OBERLANDER, D. O’BRIEN, PASHINSKI, PAYNE,
PAYTON, PHILLIPS, PICKETT, PYLE, QUINN, READSHAW, REICHLEY,
ROCK, ROHRER, ROSS, SANTONI, SAYLOR, SCAVELLO, SIPTROTH,
SONNEY, STERN, SWANGER, TALLMAN, TRUE, TURZAI, VEREB, WATSON
AND YUDICHAK, JUNE 28, 2010

REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION, JUNE 28, 2010 AN ACT Designating the State Street (SR4028) Bridge over the Schuylkill
River in Hamburg Borough and Tilden Township, Berks County,
as the Senator Jim Rhoades Memorial Bridge.

The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
hereby enacts as follows:
Section 1. Senator Jim Rhoades Memorial Bridge.

(a) Findings.–The General Assembly finds and declares as follows:(1) James J. Rhoades was a Republican member of the Pennsylvania Senate who represented the 29th Senatorial
District from 1980 until his untimely death on October 18,
2008, at the age of 66. At the time of his death, he was
running for his eighth term in the Senate.

(2) Born December 5, 1941, in Waterbury, Connecticut, 123 456789 10 11 12 13 14 Rhoades graduated from East Stroudsburg University of
Pennsylvania in 1964 with a bachelor’s degree in education
and later earned a master’s degree in education from Lehigh
University in 1966.

(3) Rhoades began his professional career as a teacher
and football coach at the Pottsville and Mahanoy City high
schools. After seven years of teaching, Rhoades was appointed
as the principal of the Mahanoy Area Middle School. He served
as principal for ten years before his election to the
Pennsylvania Senate.

(4) As a former educator, Rhoades had an interest in
education issues and ultimately became chairman of the
Education Committee of the Senate. As chairman of that
committee, Rhoades had influence over almost all education
policy, including policy initiatives that led to the
Pennsylvania Safe Schools Act and the Head Start Supplemental
Assistance Program.

(5) Rhoades also served on the Appropriations,
Transportation, Law and Justice, and Environmental Resources
and Energy committees.

(6) Rhoades died at Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown
a day after being injured in an automobile accident near
Brodheadsville, Pennsylvania, in Monroe County. He was killed
by a drunk driver.
(b) Signs.–The Department of Transportation shall erect and

maintain appropriate signs displaying the name of the bridge to
traffic in both directions.
Section 2. Effective date.

This act shall take effect in 60 days. 20100HB2614PN4001 -2

REPRESENTATIVE JERRY KNOWLES ON JUNE 7, 2010

TO:
All House Members
FROM:
Representative Jerry Knowles
I24th Legislative District
DATE:
June 7, 2010
SUBJECT:
Draft Legislation
Senator Jim Rhoades Memorial Bridge
In the near future, I plan to introduce legislation that will designate the State Street Bridge over the Schuylkill River in Hamburg Borough and Tilden Township, Berks County, as the Senator Jim Rhoades Memorial Bridge.
As most of you know, Jim was a Republican member ofthe Pennsylvania Senate who represented the 29th Senatorial District from 1980 until his untimely death on October 18, 2008, at the age of 66. At the time ofhis death, he was running for his eighth term in the Senate.
If you wish to co-sponsor this legislation, please contact Tracy Baker, in my Harrisburg office, at 787-9029.

NOW IS THE TIME TO CLEAN HOUSE

As of this day we must all bond together in an effort to make County, State and Federal Government accountable for their cover-ups, corruption and conspiracies. This is way past due. We, as the people have the right to protect ourselves from them and their actions. There has been too much for too long and I know myself that I have been ignorant to it all until seeing first hand and having it thrown into my lap. We all play a role in this as well, as they are pulling the strings to control us and our future right under our noses. Their goals are to profit and benefit themselves and their families. There is no better time then now for us all to open our eyes. We need to get the bad apples from the barrel and discard them before they rout the rest. We can do it and we must. Let’s get the clean up going to get our country back on the right track!

Where did Liberty and Justice for All go?

Every man has equal rights, do you think so?

Do you know who the bad apples are?

Are you or someone you know being unjustly crucified?

Are you knowledgeable of something bothering your conscious?

If you can help with the corruption clean up you need to speak out. As more and more speak out our strength will grow no longer making us just anybody because We Are The People. This is our country not just theirs.

We The People

When injustices are being plagued upon “We The People”  all should be knowledgeable of such information.  “ We The People” vote and put into offices individuals we trust, expect to be honest, true to their words and to protect all with fairness and equality.  It seems these days the brotherhood of government employees protects each other to any extent and at any cost to “We The People”.  These individuals feel that because they are appointed to protect the law, they are the law.  They do what ever it takes to protect each other from having their great names tarnished and keep each other out of the troubles they are in.  Only, they are building a pyramid of conspirators, a work of art called “Government Corruption” something we have been hearing a lot lately.  Sooner than later this pyramid will tumble and “We The People” will be responsible to re-build the government.  Hopefully it will be built with true, good, honest people.  Until this time we, must stand together and not participate in their cover-ups, letting them know, we are not blind but in fact our eyes are wide open.