Prosecutor Mark Larson

Update: Prosecutor Mark Larson Swindles Innocent Project

Update: Prosecutor Mark Larson Swindles Innocent Project


Prosecutor Mark Larson

Update:  Lie: The review process stated in the article “The Good Prosecutor” does not exist.

Upon further investigation it appears that Prosecutor Mark Larson lied to author Lara Baselon about there being a review process for an examination of questionable prosecutions.

In short, the review process King County Prosecutor Mark Larson is quoted for, well, it does not exist.

It is a falsehood,

…a lie,

…wrong,

…incorrect,

…made up testimony,

…a publicity prosecutor proclamation,

…concocted Prosecutor, er, “evidence,” … etc, etc, etc,.

No surprise, that is why I checked it out, as I am completely use to the abuse of the truth by Prosecutor Mark Larson and Team.

500Of course I am assuming Lara Baselon was not a willing partner in this prosecutor p.r. stunt using individuals in prison as pawns for self-advancement. Naturally Ms. Lara Baselon not only refused to answer any of my communication attempts but is off hiding behind her 500 link friends. And there is a whole lot more than this, aw, er, error.

That is the way it is in the legal field, running, hiding and pridefully using the law is the name of the game – anything but justice.

Both the timing and lack of evidence, Prosecutor Mark Larson’s own words, for this individual’s release from prison points at a pathetic attempt by Prosecutor Mark Larson to whitewash the corruption associated with the Athena Dean Holtz hate crime actions.

No wonder The Team not only listened to Athena Dean Holtz marketed hate crime but obstructed with great effort the truth.

A wicked man listens to evil lips; a liar pays attention to a malicious tongue. (Proverbs 17:4)

In short, like so many prosecutions out of King County Courts prosecutions are performed for political purposes.

Backstory can be found at www.hardtruth.us

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Prosecutor Mark Larson team: Prosecutor Rich Anderson, Prosecutor Jason Simmons, Prosecutor Lisa JohnsonProsecutor Mark Larson team: Prosecutor Rich Anderson, Prosecutor Jason Simmons, Prosecutor Lisa Johnson


Prosecutor Mark Larson Swindle

King County Prosecutor Mark Larson, wonder-boy for Dan Satterberg, gave the Innocent Project a token win that they might spin. The reason Prosecutor Larson released a man on such flimsy evidence is because there would not be any evidence to expose the corruption on the Prosecutors Office. This is why the hate crime of Athena Dean Holtz is protected by Prosecutor Larson and a token few let loose to get the Innocent Project on their side. As Prosecutor Dan Satterberg has stated, everything he does is “calculated” and this was a wholesale Ponzi scheme perpetrated on the Innocent Project in Washington State.

King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg‘s Office, once they got wind that the Innocent Project “caught” something, they went into full blown swindle mode. Prosecutor Mark Larson didn’t do anything but agree to let a man out of prison. It was the Innocent Project that did all the hard work.

One of the college degrees Dan Satterberg puts to use most of the time is his journalism degree – and spin he does.

The King County Prosecutors really are slick at making it appear as if they care about the truth.

Feelings!

If it “felt” good to Prosecutor Mark Larson you get prosecuted, or released. It just all depends on how this king feels at the time. For all the flattery and publicity about how humble and correct Mr. Larson is it was quite the bargain to release Brandon Olebar. No wonder it “felt” good to Prosecutor Mark Larson to help the Innocent Project that was corning in on Satterberg.

Their constant refrain about humility, truth and justice, is as nauseating as Prosecutor Mark Larson’s “just felt” right. Gesh!

Satterberg is running a prosecutors office based on feelings from where – the Star Wars Force kinda thing? My apologies to Darth Vader.

This isn’t the first time these King County Prosecutors have lifted their feelings up as the standard for law and above facts. So loaded with pride, these prosecutors think their feelings are above it all.

Speaking of feelings, it is lynch-mobs that hang’em.

Prosecutor David Martin’s Vengeance

Indeed, King County Prosecutor David Martin, because he had a troubled upbringing and the police didn’t do what he wanted the prosecutor’s office is being used as his personal therapy session.

It is clear with Prosecutor Dan Satterberg facts, evidence and logic have nothing to do with prosecutions. As Prosecutor David Martin put it, “Because of my experience as a kid, I know what happens behind closed doors. In my work with victims and their families, I see a little bit of my mother, my sisters, and myself.”

Scary doesn’t even begin to do justice to these prosecutors that just know because of what they have experienced.1“I grew up in a home with domestic violence, where my father abused my mother. It was the ’80s, so if the police showed up at your front door for domestic violence, they’d basically just tell you to keep it down. In my sophomore year of high school, I intervened and got into a physical fight with my father—a fight I lost badly. That was the last time I had any interaction with him… Because of my experience as a kid, I know what happens behind closed doors. In my work with victims and their families, I see a little bit of my mother, my sisters, and myself.” —David Martin, Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney & chair of the domestic violence unit for the King County Prosecutors  No wonder Athena Dean Holtz could manipulate these all feeling and knowing prosecutors with her hate crime.

In every case, every situation, with every person Prosecutor David Martin gets to abuse the prosecutor’s office to strike revenge because of what his father did. Everyone who comes to the attention of Prosecutor Dan Satterberg‘s office becomes a tool for Prosecutor David Martin to satisfy some feelings of vengeance against his father and the cops of the 1980s. Such is the nature of narcissism that is fixated on “me” and how things “feel” to them. This is why God stated it is only for Him to take vengeance.

So in keeping with their prosecutorial self-righteousness here is a song devoted to their frauds.

… just felt like the right thing to do. Prosecutor Mark Larson

No wonder Prosecutor Mark Larson sends home jurors that believe there must be evidence to an accusation. Oh yea, this one just slipped by Dan Satterberg. The hate crime links below are evidence enough that nothing is slipping by Prosecutor Mark Larson.

Indeed, King County Dan Saterberg, and expert Mark Larson are far more destructive to justice than your average prosecutor because they are covering their self-centered ends with a smile and a hug.  After all, even their feelings are more holy than the average person, that’s why they are prosecutors.

For in his own eyes he flatters himself too much to detect or hate his sin. (Psalm 36:2)

Ponzi Scheme

  • Ponzi Scheme is where the con-artist gives a little to swindle a lot. Prosecutor Dan Satterberg gave up Brandon Olebar to swindle a lot more.

Like any great Ponzi scheme, Prosecutor Dan Satterberg and Prosecutor Mark Larson made a fool of the Innocent Project and Lara Bazelon, by swindling them with their false humility.

Ponzi schemes work because you tell people what they want to hear. In this case, the lie was that the innocent are of concern to the King County Court System and how valuable the Innocent Project is for helping. The Innocent Project clearly flattered Prosecutor Mark Larson and Satterberg in return flattered back. Great, now the solution has been Ponzied into the bank account of Prosecuter Dan Satterberg.

The same con Satterberg presents to juries was just used on the Innocent Project. The Innocent Project should have saw this one coming, but then again, Prosecutor Dan Satterberg has had a lot of practice in the art of deception the last two years.

Unfortunately, far more innocent individuals will rot in prison because the truth is a little more bankrupt from Saterberg’s “co-operation.” Yep, folks, the Innocent Project “caught” this one. Why? Because Prosecutor Mark Larson and Prosecutor Dan Satterberg turn blind eyes towards truth and run the King County Court System on feelings to sway juries.

Caught

What the Innocent Project really “caught” was Prosecutor Dan Satterberg and Prosecutor Mark Larson in their corruption. That these two prosecutors turned it to their P.R. Advantage is one of Satterberg’s college degrees and full time job – journalism. Now, how do you spell swindle? Satterberg just swindled the Innocent Project.

  • It is Satterberg that lets the police become overzealous.
  • It is Satterberg that lets this one slip by.
  • It is Satterberg that operates King County Courts on feelings.

Lara Baselon of Loyola Law School

The Satterberg Swindle

Lara A. Bazelon - swindled
Lara A. Bazelon – got swindled

And we can all be sure – it felt good to Prosecutor Mark Larson to have his false-humility held up as a thing of beauty.

It is called a con.

Brandon Olebar police were overzealous and Enumclaw Detective Grant McCall who was found to be with mis-conduct doesn’t “feel” wrong to Prosecutor Mark Larson of King County?

And, just for the record, that is not a question.

Lara Bazelon of Loyola Law School just got swindled by Prosecutor Dan Satterberg and Prosecutor Mark Larson – big time.3The Good Prosecutor http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2015/03/good-prosecutors-116362.html#.VblBrq3wxgK

6Part of the legal corrupting process down at the King County Prosecutor’s Office is the prosecutorial committee. By attacking with committees the Prosecutor’s Office can hide each perversion of the law by deflecting to the other prosecutors. This blunt-force battering ram against a defendant further weakens the ability to present the truth in court. This is why Prosecutor Dan Satterberg, of King County Washington, specifically assigned his expert Prosecutor Mark Larson and team to head up the debar of Athena Dean Holtz’s hate crime against Timothy Williams – Sound Doctrine Church, Salt Shaker Bookstore and Winepress Publishing. These King County Prosecutors are Prosecutor Mark Larson, Prosecutor Rich Anderson, Prosecutor Jason Simmons, Prosecutor Lisa Johnson, Prosecutor David Seaver all of who in the last 3 minutes of closing arguments against Malcolm Fraser placed the name Timothy Williams front and center to the jury because he was the real target. Enumclaw Police, Chief Jim Zoll and Detective Grant McCall, Mike Reynolds City Attorney Enumclaw Wa. Prosecutor Lisa Johnson had no problems with Enumclaw Courier-Herald helping with the set-up, but objected to The Discerning Times Newspaper. Judge Lori K. Smith protected Satterberg’s hate crime trial. See hardtruth.us

King County Prosecutor Nicole Weston

(politico.com)—

When Brandon Olebar walked free, it was a big deal for prosecutor Mark Larson—and not for the obvious reasons.

Olebar was charged in 2003 for breaking into the King County, Wash., house of his sister’s boyfriend and, along with eight other men, viciously assaulting him. Olebar had always maintained his innocence and he had an alibi, but after the victim identified Olebar as one of the attackers, a jury convicted him. He was sentenced to 15 years in prison.

Olebar’s case eventually caught the attention of two law students working at the Innocence Project Northwest, which works to free wrongly convicted inmates. They believed Olebar, but there was no DNA evidence to exonerate him. What the students brought to Larson, a chief deputy in the Seattle District Attorney’s Office, was less clear-cut: sworn statements from other men who claimed to be the true perpetrators—none of whom could be prosecuted because the statute of limitations had run. The Innocence Project also produced an expert who explained the reasons why the victim—who had been beaten unconscious during the crime—may have mistakenly implicated Olebar. It wasn’t rock-solid evidence of innocence, but it was enough to spur Larson to meet with Olebar and re-interrogate the prisoner to test the new information.

In the end, Larson, whose responsibilities include evaluating post-conviction claims of innocence, was persuaded by Olebar’s continued insistence that he did not commit the crime and his flat rejection of a plea bargain that would have led to his immediate release.

The Good Prosecutor

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