Lynch-Mob / Hate Crime
Enumclaw City Officials, through the Enumclaw Police, have a long history of running out of town those that get in their way, or they do not like. The Discerning Times Newspaper was just one of those things ran out of town for various reasons.
Naturally that the newspaper was onto some serious corruption going beyond our own current experiences. This is why Athena Dean, and Jessica Gambill (mother of the false accuser) stated hate-crime goal was to set out to destroy Winepress Publishing and run Sound Doctrine Church from Enumclaw, Wa were able to put Detective Grant McCall to their conspiracy. The accusations against Mr. Fraser arrived in the legal system almost a year to the date after Athena Dean meeting with the King County Prosecutors. By that time the on-going hate crime evidence continues to be ignored by police, prosecutors and above all Prosecutor David Seaver.
Little wonder is left in understanding why Prosecutor Jason Simmons, Rich Anderson, Mark Larson and Lisa Johnson work so hard against news that doesn’t feed the lynch-mob hype.
Indeed Prosecutor David Seavers sites news to inflame appeals judges in his legal brief for down at King County the last thing that has any relevance is evidence. Remember, these are prosecutors that weed-out potential jurors that believe in evidence.
If someone were conducting a hate-crime these prosecutors are a perfect fit. Individuals had best think long and hard about what Prosecutors are doing to debase the law – because – without exaggeration they could be next. This is why there was almost an extra year between Athena Dean first talking to the Prosecutors at King County and then the embraced hate-crime.
November 2012 Issue
August 2012 Issue
Back story search references: Sound Doctrine Church, Salt Shaker Bookstore, Enumclaw Police, Prosecutors Dan Satterberg, Prosecutor Mark Larson, Prosecutor Rich Anderson, Prosecutor Jason Simmons, Prosecutor Lisa Johnson, Prosecutor David Seavers, Athena Dean (Holtz), Detective Grant McCall, City of Enumclaw, Winepress Publishing,