Blistering Opinion : Satterberg : Federal Judges : 5 Updated February 23, 2017 at 2:35 pm

King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg Washington State

Blistering Opinion : Satterberg : Federal Judges : 5

I, s-u-p-p-o-s-e, if one has no ethics, then technically there is no violation of ethics.

Prosecutor Dan Satterberg has stated his “ministers of justice” have a higher standard bar to meet. Guess that standard is sooo very high that no one can see where the bar hangs.

Prosecutor Dan Satterberg and Judge Susan Graighead appear to do as Dionysius the Tyrant did. The Tyrant hung his laws so high that no citizen could read them. Naturally one wonders if their (Dan Satterberg & Susan Graighead) ethics are hung anywhere, at any location, on anything to be found.

Alongside the Enumclaw hate crime, endorsed and protected by Prosecutor Dan Satterberg, note well Mr. Satterberg’s method is to deny any evidence then not find any evidence. Guess setups work both ways.

Little wonder there is so much corruption in the King County Courts that Judge Susan Graighead channels her way as Prosecutor Dan Satterberg is certainly not going to find any evidence because they would have to condemn each other.

Warning: If you, as a private citizen, did what King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg of Washington State does, with the help of Judge Susan Craighead, it would be criminal not a mere “ethics” violation. Rest assured, King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg, and his corrupting of lawfulness, prosecutors, will, one day, indeed, answer to a higher bar for the rot they promoted.

 Jesus answered, You would have no power over me if it were not given to you from above. Therefore the one who handed me over to you is guilty of a greater sin. (John 19:11)

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“Moreover,” Kozinski said, “the office stonewalled in providing Frost this information when he doggedly requested it.”

King County Prosecuting Attorney Dan Satterberg denied what he called Kozinski’s “unsupported accusations.”

“We take our ethical obligations very seriously, and take exception to the language in his opinion suggesting a conspiracy to keep this information from the defendant,” Satterberg said. “There is no evidence to suggest that employees in our office conspired to hide such information.”

Satterberg said his office will review the case. [reference article below]

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Thursday, February 23, 2017

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In a blistering opinion, five federal appeals court judges accused two King County prosecutors of conspiring to hide evidence and allowing a witness to make false statements on the stand.

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals declined to offer any relief to Joshua Frost, who was sentenced to 55 years for his part in a string of robberies in 2003. But Judge Alex Kozinski and four others said in an opinion released this week that the prosecutors’ actions were “troubling” and needed to be revealed.

Kozinski said it appeared the two prosecutors worked to hide a plea deal given to a man named Edward Shaw, who testified against Frost, and said allowing a witness to testify falsely would amount to professional misconduct.

The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office violated a rule requiring the disclosure of information material to the case “by willfully withholding evidence of Shaw’s domestic-violence plea deal and permitting Shaw to lie on the stand,” Kozinski said.

Seattle Times

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