UPDATE: Another illusion of fair justice when the foursome, widow, Darlene Zachry a/k/a/ Zachery, her sister, Annetta Frackman, two friends Lisa and William “Bill” Werneke were given another “extension”. Reason: Darlene’s attorney was a no-show.
Whatever happened to contempt of court charges for attorney’s who do not comply with court schedules?
This year-long fiasco has made a mockery of justice.
Today is one year since the arrest warrants were sent out for the foursome. Will it be another year, two years, how long does it take for the judge to say, “ENOUGH” WE ARE PROCEEDING – WITH OR WITHOUT YOUR ATTORNEY!
Monday, April 23, 2012, four years, seven months after his death and as much time since his widow Darlene M. Zachry a/k/a/Zachery filed a forged will in Montgomery County Pennsylvania.The widow Zachry enlisted the aid of her sister, Annetta Frackman, and close friends Lisa and William Werneke in her scheme to defraud the estate of Raymond Zachry so that she would have all of his estate for herself – without dividing with his parents as would happen without a will.
Once the forged will was discovered by Raymond’s mother and identified by a document examiner as a forgery – two years of discovery, lies and obstruction kept it out of court until December 2009.
Orphans Court Judge Stanley Ott filed his opinion March 16, 2010 detailing the crimes of perjury, forgery, conspiracy and more that were detailed in testimony in his court by the widow Zachry, Frackman and the Werneke married couple.
We are now passed two years since Judge Ott’s opinion was posted in the records of Montgomery County Orphans Court. The appeal court upheld his opinion with a similar 11 page opinion.
Monday, April 23 will be 11 months and 362 days since arrest warrants were issued for the foursome.
Nearly a year later we will see if Montgomery County Pennsylvania is really concerned about crime and lying about the crime in their court; and see if they really have any concern for victims of those crimes.
Insurance fraud: Pennsylvania has a special fraud investigation division under the office of their attorney general. Monday, April 23, 2012 we will see how concerned Pennsylvania is about prosecuting those who are charged with insurance fraud.
Is Pennsylvania really going to prosecute these people who conspired to steal from a dead husband, brother-in-law and “like a brother” friend? Or, are they going to dismiss the case and penalize the victim of their crime, Raymond Zachry who can’t defend himself; and his mother who has spent nearly five years asking for assistance from Pennsylvania courts, district attorney and legal profession.
Monday we will know how serious Montgomery County Pennsylvania really considers crime in their county and state.
- Selective prosecution (justiceforraymond.wordpress.com)
- Another delay, another pretrial appearance; only in Pennsylvania (justiceforraymond.wordpress.com)
- Court appearance in perjury, false swearing, conspiracy and more charges (justiceforraymond.wordpress.com)
- A thought on truth and justice (justiceforraymond.wordpress.com)