Lightning started a fire in Claire Risoldi’s mansion. The electricians failed to properly repair the damage to some electric power cables in the attic which is where and why the second fire started five years ago. It was not arson. Even the Attorney General agreed the fire was not the result of arson. Then, … incredibly …. the criminal Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane …now in prison charged innocent Claire Risoldi, Risoldi’s innocent law enforcement husband, her innocent children and even the innocent drapery guy with felonious fraud due to the fire. This is preposterousness bordering on insanity. Claire Risoldi has not been paid for her insured property lost in the fire.
Most likely the insurance company didn’t want to pay millions of dollars for the fire losses so they claimed fraud and went to the Attorney General Kathleen Kane and for five years their gambit has succeeded. .
Yet another trial is coming up in Bucks County where the new Democrat Attorney General Josh Shapiro will get his chance to exonerate the innocent Risoldi’s. Will justice prevail?
Anyone with experience with the criminal justice system should keep in mind that the new State Attorney General never looked into the bogus charges which drove innocent Tom French, husband of Claire Risoldi to take his own life.
Why did the State of Pennsylvania not do this? ….. That answer is purely political.
Because REPUBLICAN Claire Risoldi held fundraisers in her home which benefitted REPUBLICAN candidates.
Yes. Both the past and the present Attorney General are DEMOCRATS!!!… Is any of this getting thru?
Two bags of expensive jewelry were stolen during the fire, after the firemen busted the front doors to get in. They tried but failed to stop Risoldi’s husband Tom from entering the building but he went around to the back door, went up to the foyer where Risoldi left the bags full of expensive jewelry, came out and told Claire: “the bags are gone.”
The firemen denied the bags were there but they are clearly visible in photographs taken by the fire department during the fire after they broke the doors down to get into the foyer. The bags were in plain sight. The bags of jewelry therefore went missing sometime during the fire. the jewelry as well as the house and it’s contents were insured For millions of dollars.
The present Attorney General Josh Shapiro who said he wanted to clean up the corruption in the AG’s office but then hired a bunch of attorneys who were fired from the Phila DA’s office for corruption. Shapiro’s hiring of them increased the possibility and the probability that the corruption would continue. It made the swamp deeper. . . . Are you getting this???
We need to recall the very idea of Justice because this is a clear example of when, where and why justice is needed.
To sell out your judgment as Kathleen Kane and her cohorts did with Claire Risoldi is not only corruption of the human need for justice, it’s contempt for the people of Pennsylvania by those who supported Kane’s political corruption to do those things to an innocent family. Those false charges caused the suicidal death, murder some would say, charges wrongly made in the name of justice. This is all beyond tragedy, … it has turned justice into a farce that’s being continued in the upcoming trial.
If justice has any meaning in Bucks County it should result in a judge stopping the entire charade and awarding Claire Risoldi millions and millions of dollars for the pain, suffering, anguish and the wrongful death of her husband Tom French. The crimes are those Claire Risoldi endured at the hands of Kathleen Kane and Kane’s perversion of the Bucks County Court in this matter is the wilful perversion of justice. The continuation and the trial by Attorney General Josh Shapiro cause more perversion, more corruption.
State Attorney General Josh Shapiro can expunge the charges against Claire Risoldi and her family, remove from the court record all mention of them, move the court for an immediate dismissal and send a check for the death of her husband to Claire Risoldi and more checks to her children for the damage the state did to their lives. The court would have no choice but to grant the Attorney General’s “Motion for Expungement” and the Attorney General can make payments to the Risoldi’s that would end this horrible miscarriage of justice. A Motion for Expungement is a rather simple thing to do on the part of the State. It should be done today. So should the checks be made out and sent.