bring the popcorn to chester county….

I do not even know where to go with this. So just throwing it all out there.

Does “Advaite” really mean “CRAZY”?

I will say this ALL ties to the Advaite kerfuffle. Don’t remember Advaite? The case of the missing COVID antibodies tests? The company based out of Malvern (East Whiteland Township)?

I am astounded at the layers upon layers to this whole thing around Advaite and the county, and many politicians as well?

Regular media, this ball is in your court. Don’t you think this needs a whopping dose of SUNSHINE?

Now there is the new layer of a former Chester county lawyer filing suit? And didn’t this all start with a Right to Know over Advaite?

JANUARY 20, 2021

Chester County sues East Whiteland company for $11 million over missing COVID-19 antibody tests
The lawsuit claims Advaite failed to deliver the 1 million tests it promised, the lawsuit states

PhillyVoice Staff

Philadelphia Inquirer: Chester County is suing for an $11 million refund from a company that sold it COVID-19 antibody tests
Chester County is seeking more than $11 million in refunds from a local company that it says failed to provide one million COVID-19 antibody tests last year.

by Laura McCrystal
Updated Jan 18, 2021

Chester County Sues Local Biotech Firm After Its COVID-19 Test Kits Failed to Live Up to Expectations

By Kimberly McGuane Vista Today
Published: 11:57 pm EST January 18, 2021
Updated: 10:19 am EST January 19, 2021

Inquirer: Chester County to overhaul purchasing after spending millions on faulty antibody testing program
In a public health emergency, governments can enter into no-bid contracts. Chester County did that too hastily.

by Marie McCullough
Updated Jan 21, 2021

Now this Advaite case is ongoing – just run the dockets. And also a couple of interesting emails out of the Right to Know makes you wonder about a county commissioner too?

So then the Daily Local had a gift on Valentine’s Day about a new court case:

Lawyer files suit against county, citing behavior by former solicitor

PUBLISHED: February 14, 2023 at 1:04 p.m. | UPDATED: February 14, 2023 at 1:54 p.m.

PHILEDELPHIA — A former “star” in the Chester County Solicitor’s Office claims that he was retaliated against by his immediate supervisor in the office — who is now a sitting Common Pleas Court judge — for complaining about being the target of racial bias by an private attorney he encountered while on county business.

Juan P. Sanchez, in a lawsuit charging violations of his federal civil rights and the state’s anti-discrimination law that was filed in U.S. District Court in Philadelphia, said that Judge Nicole Forzato, who was county solicitor at the time he worked in that office in 2020 and 2021, illegally fired him after he said he wanted to take a stand regarding his interaction with the unnamed attorney, who he believed had treated him unprofessionally because of his race. Sanchez is Hispanic, of Puerto Rican descent.

But Forzato suggested that such an action would put the county “at risk,” the complaint alleges.

“Unfortunately for (Sanchez), Forzato … had no interest in addressing or understanding (his) concerns of racial bias and instead began retaliating against him,” the complaint, filed Jan. 17, states. “Forzato immediately unjustly criticized (his) performance, accused him of misconduct regarding months-old events, and issued him an unjustified written warning.

WC Daily local 2/14/23

Daily Local has a pay wall that totally blows, so:

But this all seems so curious, so here is the Federal docket and filings to date as follows: