The Walk Overs

Detective Grant McCall & Ms. Van Hoof

Enumclaw attorney Mike Reynolds, landlord for Winepress Publishing and now Redemption Press made it clear there was a free-flow of inside information between the Enumclaw Police and Arletta VanHoof.

The back story to this just-happen-to-be-in-the-courtroom-lobby to testify on behalf of Enumclaw Detective Grant McCall would be a great story to tell. The motivation for Ms. Van Hoof to testify is very evidential and informative in the details, but for now watching the testimony will do.

Kinda just like Enumclaw Detective Grant McCall just happen to have left at home, on his dresser his Miranda Rights card the day he and Athena Dean Holtz made their ready for the media arrest at Winepress Publishing.

Prosecutor Dan Satterberg through Prosecutor Jason Simmons methods are to inflict as much injustice as possible in the name of the law. Such is not the rule of law but the tyranny of the arrogant. Just ask Satterberg and he will tell you just how humble he really is.

Normal individuals realize this would by like a surgeon attempting to loose as much blood as possible in the name of medicine. That said, what Prosecutor Jason Simmons and Rich Anderson did was leave Ms. Van Hoof off the witness list so they could come in with a surprise testimony.

Prosecutor Simmons Hid Ms. Hoof
Avoiding Deposition

The first days of the trial Prosecutor Simmons lays the foundation for this surprise testimony by slipping in coffee and a business – then dropping the matter quickly and moving onto something else.

These prosecutors wanted to be sure the hook was present just in case they could not weasel in Ms. Hoof’s testimony. For you see had Ms. Hoof been on the witness list they knew the deposition phrase would have revealed McCall’s pattern for, shall we say, making things happen.

Ms. Hoof just happened to be in court the day Detective Grant McCall could benefit from her support and was probably pay-back for Enumclaw Detective Grant McCall working his magic in a similar case that was not going Ms. Hoof’s way. It was my newspaper that was onto this evidence for which Mike Reynolds warned me to “stay away.”

The tie-ins with the Enumclaw Police would have had much bearing on this hate crime against Timothy Williams but Prosecutor Mark Larson, and team, put forth great effort to block any investigation on any level.

Just another reason why Prosecutor David Seaver tipped off the King County appellate court that an examination of Detective Grant McCall should be blocked.

At Her Place or At Enumclaw Police Place
Take Your Pick

Detective Grant McCall stated that the conversation took place at Ms. Hoof’s place.

Van Hoof testified the conversation took place at the Enumclaw Police Station.

Where the stories do match is that they each testified they “walked over.”

Chief Jim Zoll and Mike Reynolds are the city power brokers in Enumclaw Washington.


 

Dan Satterberg

6Part of the legal corrupting process down at the King County Prosecutor’s Office is the prosecutorial 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, of King County Washington, specifically assigned his expert Prosecutor Mark Larson and team to head up the debar of Athena Dean Holtz’s hate crime against Timothy Williams – Sound Doctrine Church, Salt Shaker Bookstore and Winepress Publishing. 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 front and center to the jury because he was the real target. Enumclaw Police, Chief Jim Zoll and Detective Grant McCall, Mike Reynolds City Attorney Enumclaw Wa. Prosecutor Lisa Johnson had no problems with Enumclaw Courier-Herald helping with the set-up, but objected to The Discerning Times Newspaper. Judge Lori K. Smith protected Satterberg’s hate crime trial unto Redemption Press.