King Satterberg Is Angry!

Prosecutor Dan Satterberg

King Satterberg Is Angry!

Dan T. Satterberg Is Angry

All hail Prosecutor Dan T. Satterberg!

Prosecutor Satterberg bullies with the press – again.

Satterberg accused the board of “failing to do their homework” by reducing Pauley’s sentence on the final two counts of murder, first to just over 33 years then to just over 28 years. He said that if the case came before him today he would pursue the death penalty against Pauley and Smith. – Seattle Times

Satterberg is angry, so, everyone bow down to the great king that is exempt from accountability.

Satterberg skips the courts – does the media manipulation.

Satterberg claims the “board” didn’t do their “homework.”

Speaking of “homework” this coming from Satterberg’s Office that obstructed with great effort an investigation into a hate crime. Like the great king he is, his will that there be no investigation was obeyed by his minions.

No wonder Prosecutor Dan Satterberg relished the hate crime of Athena Dean Holtz and as Prosecutor Lisa Johnson declared, his office was “happy” about it. (See hardtruth.us for details)

Prosecutor Satterberg has such contempt for the law that his excuse for the anger was that if it were today, with new laws he so impartially helped craft, the guy would be charged with those laws.

Satterberg is now doing what he does best: manipulating the press to charge an individual with laws which do not apply to the current situation. Fact is, to read Satterberg’s letter looks exactly like his legal briefs. First you start with unrelated crime, a horrific one to hype emotion, then inflame with legal talk and finally end with an false appeal to common sense. Go to hardtruth.us and search Prosecutor David Seaver for a prime example.

If this person is sent back to prison it will be because Dan Satterberg illegally took laws that did not apply, pursued his angry case in the media instead of the courtroom to obtain a guilty verdict. Lynch-mob litigation it is the Satterberg way.

Prosecutor Dan Satterberg
King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg

Oh, great king, the rule of law is that you can’t charge old crimes with new laws nor does the law permit prosecutors to form lynch-mobs through the press.

Why the election laws have not caught up with Satterberg is beyond me as Mr. Satterberg is in constant campaign mode. Using State of Washington funds to promote himself for re-election.

Satterberg has no business forming a lynch-mob through the media. But this is what Dan T. Satterberg does best – stir up cities rather than obtaining justice by the rule-of-law.

(Acts 6:12) And they stirred up the people and the elders and the scribes, and they came upon him and seized him and brought him before the council,

Satterberg has the people, the leaders (elders) and the press (scribes) all stirred up because when Satterberg doesn’t get his way, he gets angry.

Oh, great king please be not angry …who do you want hung this time?

One can hope Governor Jay Inslee reprimands Prosecutor Dan Satterberg for this extremely inappropriate move by a prosecutor whose job is to keep matters in the courtroom.

Contact Governor Jay Inslee today and demand that he bring this media circus prosecutors use in the State of Washington to and end.

Take a dent out of Prosecutor Abuse, contact Gov. Jay Inslee today and demand he reel in the prosecutors from the State of Washington.

It is interesting to note that when Prosecutor Dan Satterberg is out of the King County Court arenea officials don’t bend to his will.

 

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Article Reference

(seattletimes.com)—Satterberg accused the board of “failing to do their homework” by reducing Pauley’s sentence on the final two counts of murder, first to just over 33 years then to just over 28 years. He said that if the case came before him today, he would pursue the death penalty against Pauley and Smith.
When the two men were prosecuted, capital punishment had been determined unconstitutional in the state, making it impossible for then-Prosecutor Norm Maleng to seek the death penalty.
Satterberg, in his letter to Inslee, said the new minimum sentence, set by the Indeterminate Sentencing Revew Board, does not reflect that Pauley “essentially” committed what would today be considered aggravated murder, a crime that would result in one of two sentences — life in prison without the possibility of parole or the death penalty.