Prosecutor Lisa Johnson “What’s This?”

Prosecutors Dan Satterberg, Prosecutor Mark Larson, Prosecutor Rich Anderson, Prosecutor Jason Simmons, Prosecutor Lisa Johnson
Prosecutor Lisa Johnson, Part of the Team

What’s this?” – Prosecutor Lisa Johnson, referring to the newspaper under her arm. Bet you really appreciated Prosecutor Mike Reynolds for the City of Enumclaw allowing these to be stolen. I would offer you the video to watch but I can guess you would just say, “so what.”

It’s called a newspaper Prosecutor Lisa Johnson

First, to answer this question – the truth. Beyond that surely Prosecutor Lisa Johnson isn’t stupid enough to not know it is a newspaper under her arm. That it contained the truth that refuted the long months of Athena Dean Holtz’s hate crime activities was just so much “so what” to Prosecutor Lisa Johnson.

Prosecutor Lisa Johnson of King County objected to The Discerning Times Newspaper but flirted all over the place with other newspapers. Strange, that the King County Prosecutors just wanted their special little hate crime against a Christian church to be protected at all costs. King County Prosecutors sure don’t mind other newspapers bringing in “surprise” witnesses to testify on behalf of Enumclaw Detective Grant McCall or continue the flames of hatred in the City of Enumclaw.

Athena Dean prided herself on understanding, working with and using multi-level marketing. Thus there are multi levels of charts that could be created. This timeline is from the newspaper and might help some to, as Ms. Dean (Holtz) did with her trash bag fraud “complicate” her lies in attempt to discourage examination and prosecution.

Athena Dean Holtz had news crews standing by and had told other individuals to have their telephones next to their bed so as to be ready when the news was let loose. Prosecutor Lisa Johnson naturally had no problem with that and the continual stalking by Jessica Gambill and Athena Dean Holtz was mockingly called “walking by.”

Discerning Times Newspaper



Below are some more of Prosecutor Lisa Johnson’s “so what” evidence – you ought to hear the backstory that led to this infogram.

Prosecutor Dan Satterberg