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Summary

Seattle, Washington State, King County, City of Enumclaw, Sanctioned Hate Crime,

2011 saw the conspired beginnings of a full-scale hate crime. It was a multi-level, layer upon layer of orchestrated hatred cumulating in a shock and awe sexual allegation. One of the oldest tricks in the book and a current favorite of the United States Corrupt Prosecutors Association to employ. See Genesis 39.

Non-Detective Grant McCall sat alone with a groom accuser and scripted out the accusations as he conspired, shaped and molded a hate-crime.

Principle Bad Actors:
Ian Goodhew King County Prosecutor Washington State, Prosecutor Dan Satterberg, Prosecutor David Seaver, Prosecutor Jason Simmons, Prosecutor Lisa Johnson, Prosecutor Mark Larson, Prosecutor Nicole Weston, Prosecutor Rich Anderson, Judge Lori K Smith Court of Appeals Division 1, Judge Beth M. Andrus Court of Appeals Division 1 King County who covered-up Enumclaw Detective Grant McCall crimes against Sound Doctrine Church. King County Prosecutor Leesa Manion believes her DNA makes her superior, currently carries forth the torch of prosecutor corruption.

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“What are you going to do when your church can no longer meet?” – King County Prosecutors

Years

2011 saw the conspired beginnings of a full-scale hate crime. It was a multi-level, layer upon layer of orchestrated hatred cumulating in a shock and awe sexual allegation. One of the oldest tricks in the book and a current favorite of the United States Corrupt Prosecutor Association to employ. See Genesis 39.

April 4, 2013 the trial by false accusers in Seattle, Washington State against Sound Doctrine Church “as a whole” was inflamed and fired up by King County Prosecutors and Judges.

5 days later, same month, same year, just 5 days later…

April 9, 2013 also began the oppression by Washington State upon Christian Arlene’s Flower Shop.

Getting the picture? If so, below is a short introduction.


Short List

Brief, very brief overview of Washington State endorsed hate crime, legal corruptions and justice denied. For more information visit: www.hardtruth.uswww.enumclaw.comwww.justicealone.org while listening to The Consider Podcast.

But because of your stubbornness and your unrepentant heart, you are storing up wrath against yourself for the day of God’s wrath, when his righteous judgment will be revealed. (Romans 2:5)

A Few Unrepentant Bad Actors

Below is a brief, very brief list of individuals without Godly Sorrow.

Judge Lori K Smith Court of Appeals Division 1 King County
Judge Beth M. Andrus Court of Appeals Division 1 King County
Retired Judge Jay V. White Superior Court King County
Commissioner Henry Judson Superior Court King County

Judge Marlin J. Applewick Court of Appeals Division 1 King County
Judge Stephen J. Dwyer Court of Appeals Division 1 King Count
Former Judge Ronald E. Cox Court of Appeals Division 1 King County
Attorney Jennifer Winkler Appeals Court Division 1 King County

Elected Prosecutor Dan Satterberg King County
King County Prosecutor Leesa Manion believes her DNA makes her superior, currently carries forth the torch of prosecutor corruption.

Former Deputy Chief of Staff Ian Goodhew King County
Former Senior Deputy Prosecutor Rich Anderson King County
Prosecutor Nicole Weston King County
Prosecutor Jason Simmons King County
Prosecutor David Seaver King County
Prosecutor Lisa Johnson King County
Prosecutor Mark Larson King County

Mayor City of Enumclaw
Mayor Jan Molinaro City of Enumclaw
Former Mayor Liz Reynolds City of Enumclaw

Police City of Enumclaw
Chief of Police Bob Huebler City of Enumclaw
Retired Chief of Police Jim Zoll City of Enumclaw
Commander Tim Floyd City of Enumclaw
Commander Tony Ryan City of Enumclaw
Detective Sergeant Grant McCall City of Enumclaw

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First to those in Damascus, then to those in Jerusalem and in all Judea, and to the Gentiles also, I preached that they should repent and turn to God and prove their repentance by their deeds. (Acts 26:20)