Added: Mar 25, 2021
Williamsport, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania. Aspiring MeTooer cant wait to get her sexualized title shot. At 18, Hannah Stetler turns a date with a nobody into a failed rape saga exposed by none other than a fellow female, a state trooper who charged her with filing a false police report.
August 20, 2020.
State police in Milton were notified of a ChildLine referral that Hannah Jane Stetler alleged she was raped in November 2019, when she was 17 years old. The usual procedure followed: treat Hannah like a battered princes, mind the trauma of course. In an interview with officers, Hannah detailed that she went on a date to Pier 87 Bar and Grill and while waiting at the parking lot for a table, her date made "unwanted advances" on her. When they returned to his Elysburg house, she claimed, he raped her in the living room.
As a result of the allegations, the accused male was apprehended and interrogated but he denied assaulting Hannah. On a polygraph test, which he passed, he said there was never a moment when he and Hannah were together alone. Witnesses also corroborated his version of events.
December 14, 2020
. In a follow-up interview with Hannah Stetler
, she told police she had a bad memory. Of course. Not long after her faulty trauma, Hannah confessed to the police that she made up the rape story. No motives were reported by the police but from our experience with such cases, this was an attention stunt which Hannah did not realize would come back to haunt her months later.
March 25, 2021
. 18-year-old Hannah Jane Stetler
of Danville was charged with one misdemeanor count of making false reports to falsely incriminate another person. She is scheduled for arraignment for a preliminary hearing on May 5th 2021.
We rarely see a female trooper call BS on a female rape complainant and that makes this case somewhat refreshing. If all female law-enforcement officers would go this route, the false rape epidemic would be dialed down faster. If you're a member or fan of GCAFA (here
), you can reach Milton state trooper, Jessica Naschke, on 570-524-2662 and thank her for not sweeping this one under the rug. And encourage her to stay on the case until Hannah gets sufficient deterrence from trying to jail innocent boys. Watch this space
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