As Liam Goligher and Susan Elzey make the rounds with their various fabrications about their rendezvous in Lancaster and how it was (pick one):
- A set-up.
- A picnic.
- A consolation session after Elzey’s son purportedly got in trouble with the law.
- Something other than a sexual encounter (like maybe an overly loud hymn sing).
But with all of these fabrications, there’s one inconvenient factor: The original citations expressly reference sex.
As for claims of a set-up, exhaustive research reveals no evidence they ever filed a complaint about official misconduct.
In other words, we’re prepared to go on the record and say that, assuming they indeed are spouting these fabrications, Goligher and Elzey are lying POSs.
Indeed, we feel no empathy for either of them. We do feel tremendous empathy for those hurt by Tenth, and for Elzey’s husband, who is one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet. (Hint: One of our staff grew up in Haddon Heights.) In fact, he’s so nice, he may actually believe her claims of a set-up.
As for Goligher, he is a wolf in sheep’s clothing and beholden to the Father of Lies. As for Elzey, her lies about Phil Snyder — which she even tried with our staff — speak volumes as to the sort of person she is and her real ethics. The Mean Girls antics went out in seventh grade Susan — sorry you didn’t get the memo.
Which is a nice way of saying you sound suspiciously like a psychopath. As for allegedly cheating on your husband, if you can’t even keep your marriage vows, what good are you?
Check out the express references to sexual activity in the citations below.