First Contact with Detective McCall 2005

The corruption in the arrest of Malcolm Fraser will have to wait, but for now you can hear from yourself that Detective Grant McCall’s self-righteous religious with a badge helped lay down a foundation for Athena Dean Holtz’s hate crime in 2014. As Athena Dean Hotlz waited outside the Enumclaw Police Station she and Detective Grant McCall had grooming the False Accuser. Alone, one-on-one, Detective Grant McCall led step-by-step, word-for-word what the False Accuser was accusing.6Part of the legal corrupting process down at the King County Prosecutor’s Office is the prosecution committee. By attacking with committees the Prosecutor’s Office can hide each perversion of the law by deflecting to the other prosecutors. This blunt-force battering ram against a defendant further weakens the ability to present the truth in court. This is why Prosecutor Dan Satterberg specifically assigned his expert Prosecutor Mark Larson and team to head up the debar of Athena Dean Holtz’s hate crime against Timothy Williams. These King County Prosecutors are Prosecutor Mark Larson, Prosecutor Rich Anderson, Prosecutor Jason Simmons, Prosecutor Lisa Johnson, Prosecutor David Seaver all of who in the last 3 minutes of closing arguments against Malcolm Fraser placed the name Timothy Williams before the jury because he was the real target. Enumclaw Police, Chief Jim Zoll and Detective Grant McCall, Mike Reynolds City Attorney and landlord of Redemption Press all gave Satterberg his desired hate crime against Sound Doctrine Church, Salt Shaker Bookstore and Winepress Publishing because Timothy Williams was apart of their functioning. In 2011 Athena Dean Holtz marketed a hate crime and because it was against Christians, or whom other Christians didn’t like, King County Prosecutors abused every legal trick down at the King County Court House including obstructing investigations into the hate crime because such are crimes Dan Satterberg is known to accept. Evidence demonstrates this matter clearly, but to quote Prosecutor Jason Simmons and Rich Anderson, “So what.”