Additional Tom Chantry Videos

By | December 17, 2016

The story above was uploaded to YouTube on December 7, 2016.  Below are some screenshots taken from the video which enable you to read counts 1, 2, 5 and 8.

I am confused why they have “Count 8”  because in the court documents concerning this case there were only 7 counts. Perhaps an additional count was added, but I would think the court records would indicate that fact. I just checked the court records again and there were still only 7 counts.

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Below is a rather bizarre video of Tom Chantry. I guess Chantry is doing an imitation of Rick Warren in the future – totally accepting of all religions.

 

 

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Hi Todd, in my experience sometimes it takes a long time for records to be updated in a State’s or County’s online court record search system. And as the disclaimers for these government sites usually state, the people putting info into the system do their best to post accurate information, but will not guarantee they can do so 100% of the time.

That’s probably due to the volume of information they’re trying to process.

This issue could account for any discrepancies you’re seeing between sources for legal documentation pertaining to the Chantry case.

Thus, the best way to understand the charges in question is probably going to the relevant court house(s) and making copies of what’s in Mr. Chantry’s file and/or purchasing and listening to the audio files of any hearings that are publicly available.

It looks like some media outlets took this step but I guarantee that they didn’t have time to describe everything in the files about the Chantry case based on the depth of the situation.

Please note that you can publish publicly available written material, but usually cannot post audio files publicly on You Tube or anything of that nature. You can often make your own transcript using an audio file from the court house, but it’s best to ask the people at the court house about their rules for disseminating audio files.

I’m very familiar with this process in Maryland and the schema for this research task is likely similar in all States.

So I’d be happy to correspond by phone or email with anyone who lives near a court house with material pertaining to the Chantry case, and would be willing to make copies of publicly available information from Mr. Chantry’s file, yet is not sure how to go about doing so.

Just email Todd at his e-mail address on this blog’s contact page and he’ll pass a message on to me.

This blog is getting lots of hits from people interested in the Chantry case, so providing more information about it would be a great public service, in my opinion.

Thanks! Janna L. Chan (blog team member)