(Update June 3, 2013, enumclaw.com)
Police policy was not followed during this incident. The Enumclaw Police hired lawyers to frame a story about this abuse of power. The story now goes that Mike Reynold’s (city attorney) was not called in to solve the conflict, (as per procedure) because of, are you ready, “a conflict of interest.”
This is easy seen as absurd, as no one was called in to solve the conflict and Athena Dean was enabled to steal $20,000. In addition, enumclaw.com has learned that a positive letter sent to the Enumclaw Police was leaked to the public. This letter was sent just before realizing the “gaslighting” going on by the Enumclaw Police.
Once all the facts were in, the video became very revealing upon review. When dealing with the Enumclaw Police, video record everything. One can only shutter at the depth of harm that would have been done that day had not the cameras been rolling.
It became very clear that, like Detective Grant McCall, there is a leading into undermining rights of those not approved by the Enumclaw Police. …developing…
Read the hate crime timeline to see this story in perspective with the Enumclaw Police, Detective Grant McCall, Athena Dean, and others who have taken a part in the history of hate in Enumclaw.