Police Refuse To Attend

Police Refuse To Attend

The NYPD was invited to a joint hearing of the Committees on Public Safety, Courts and Legal Services, but did not attend. [reference article below]


Police, Prosecutors and Judges refuse to see anything that contradicts their pride and we wonder why there is such turmoil in the land.

There is more hope for a fool.

As it is in New York, here in King County Washington where Prosecutor Dan Satterberg had a special, high-rise secret lunch in New York – so it is in Enumclaw Washington.

  • Of course, why would the Police attend when Enumclaw Detectives, and Athena Dean Hotlz can tell just by looking someone is guilty.
  • Of course, why would the Police attend when Enumclaw Detective Grant McCall does everything according to his version of the Bible.
  • Of course, why would the Police attend when King County Prosecutors can do no wrong for they are without fault – and happy.

Do you see a man wise in his own eyes? There is more hope for a fool than for him. (Proverbs 26:12)

Bonus: In King County Washington Prosecutor Mark Larson is an expert in eye-witness, er, setups or stare downs? Oh well, as Prosecutor Jason Simmons and Rich Anderson declare for the State of Washington, “So what.” We really think the Police and Prosecutors are able to investigate themselves? No wonder Prosecutor David Seaver was right at home in the injustice pig pin informing judges not to let an examination of Enumclaw Detective Grant McCall and hate crime inc. take place. No looky, no wrongy, just pridey. (Just trying my hand at baby talk – maybe it will work for me.)

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Opinion Unto Righteousness / Timothy Williams / Enumclaw.com Washington / Sunday, October 2, 2016

Article Reference

(innocenceproject.org)—Numerous wrongfully convicted New Yorkers attended a press conference and New York City Council committee hearing today to hear firsthand from the NYPD whether it is requiring the recording of interrogations in entirety and eyewitness identification best practices. The NYPD was invited to a joint hearing of the Committees on Public Safety, Courts and Legal Services, but did not attend.

It remains unclear as to whether the department has mandatory policies to protect against false confession and recording of interrogations, top contributors to wrongful conviction in New York State and New York City. During the press conference prior to the hearing, numerous wrongfully convicted men and their families shared stories of the nightmare they endured with wrongful conviction. Their stories were moving, as were their impassioned calls for the NYPD to implement reforms so that no additional New Yorkers have to experience wrongful conviction. Unfortunately, their calls for more information regarding the status of these reforms went unanswered.

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