Friday, March 22, 2013

Attempted Arsons at Orloski Law Offices

Prominent civil rights attorney Rick Orloski has made the mistake of representing me. Now, there have been two recent arson attempts at his historic offices, located at 111 N Cedar Crest Boulevard.

The first incident occurred late Saturday night into early Sunday morning, March 9-10. After two failed attempts to set the building alight with what is commonly called a "booze bomb" or "Molotov cocktail", a rock was thrown through his window.

The second incident occurred late Sunday night into early Monday morning, March 16-17th. This attempt was more successful than the first, though fortunately, nobody was hurt.

Whoever did this left physical evidence behind, and the South Whitehall Township Police are building a solid circumstantial case, brick by brick.

If you have any information, however remote, about this incident, please contact Sgt. Sorrentino or Detective Creamer at the South Whitehall Police Department at 610 398-0337. The police have been intentionally sitting back on some crucial information, according to Orloski.

Here's what he has to say: "Arson is a felony, not only because of the potential for a major property loss, but it carries the risk of death to the occupants of the building as well as the first responders who arrive to fight a fire. Our fire fighters should not be risking their lives because of an arsonist. If someone has talked to you about this, or made an inappropriate joke, or even bragged to you about it, please call the South Whitehall Police Department and share that information with them. 610 398-0337. Sgt. Sorrentino or Detective Creamer. You never know how valuable such information might be in the hands of a knowledgeable police officer."

If you have something to say, don't post a comment here, but call the police. I am disabling comments on this post to prevent wild anonymous accusations.