Cards for Corporal Kelly

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Cpl. Seth Kelly

The state trooper who was shot earlier this month in the Lehigh Valley is still in the hospital, and now, retired troopers are asking for get-well cards for Corporal Seth Kelly.

Cpl. Kelly, who is originally from Wayne County, was shot multiple times during a traffic stop near Nazareth. He underwent several surgeries to save his life.

The Retired State Police Association of Pennsylvania has organized a card drive to show support for Cpl. Kelly and his recovery.

You can send a card, store-bought or homemade, to:

Cards for Corporal Kelly
c/o PA State Police
654 Bangor Rd.
Nazareth PA 18064


  • warningfakenews

    Click it or ticket begins today through Dec. 3. The $10 ticket ends up being $100 after “court costs” and other charges.

    Revenue officers will be out collecting money from you if you don’t comply with their wishes. The officers themselves seem to be exempt somehow- the leading cause of death of police officers is crashes- many occurring without seatbelts being employed. Just for fun, see how many violators you see in blue.

    • warningfakenews

      The leading cause of death for cops on the job, that is. Although I don’t know if such things as obesity were measured in that.

      Once again, cops who honor their oath to defend and protect the Constitution of the United States are the good guys and should be rewarded well.

  • warningfakenews

    It’s admirable to do this. What isn’t admirable is the state police doing all it can to stop having an outside agency review instances of the use of deadly force by officers. When you only have cops investigating these instances, then you are creating an opportunity for corruption to flourish. Only DISHONEST cops would oppose outside review of such cases.

    Honor your oath.


      And what do you do for a living? Run toward danger to save strangers’ lives? Yeah, didn’t think so. Keep scrubbing toilets, or whatever low-function “job” you have. You don’t have the balls to be a cop.

      • warningfakenews

        Assumptions are a dangerous thing to engage in, especially assumptions based on very little information. Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely- someone once said.

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