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Facebook Post of the ConspiracyAthena Dean Holtz Conspiring With Enumclaw Police Grant McCall
Facebook Post Before Enumclaw Police Grant McCall had interviewed or investigated Malcolm Fraser.
“She [False Accuser] will be ready to talk early next week, but in the meantime, we need to have a total shut down of communication about this issue. The officer [ Enumclaw Police Grant McCall ] does not want Malcolm getting wind of this at all, and I completely agree.
So, please, if you have told anyone about this, let them know this information and please don’t talk any more about it until I let you know that Malcolm has been arrested. Then you can say whatever you like, and rejoice with me that justice is coming soon.”
Athena Dean Holtz / Grant McCall Enumclaw Police / Prosecutor Dan Satterberg
Note the control of the frenzy exhibited by Athena Dean Holtz and Grant McCall
Note the coordination of the attack constructed by Athena Dean Holtz and Enumclaw Police Grant McCall.
Note the foregone conclusion agreed up by Enumclaw Police Grant McCall before the False Accuser had even given her statement.
This is one reason the False Accuser sat alone with Enumclaw Police Grant McCall that he shut the recorder on and off. The False Accuser was not communicating the conspired upon accusations.
Athena Dean Holtz had been grooming individuals and authorities for some time and Enumclaw Police Grant McCall was more than eager to take down a church he vehemently hated.
Athena Dean Holtz – Enumclaw Police Grant McCall – False Accusations
1. “She will be ready to talk next week.”
2. “We need a total shut down of communication”
3. Grant McCall “does not want it getting out.”
4. Athena Dean Holtz “agrees” with Detective McCall
5. Athena Dean Holtz will let everyone know when to “start” talking.
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