Judge Susan Craighead : King Court Corruption

Judge Susan Craighead : King Court Corruption

Update:

Judge Susan Graighead has so facilitated Prosecutor Dan Satterberg that he feels confident to defy Federal Laws. Must be nice to not have King County Court system be painful in one’s life.


From one judge to another – “not very painful”

  • What contempt for justice.
  • What contempt for public requests (quality control).
  • What contempt for humility, what mocking and self-righteousness.

PAO (Prosecuting Attorneys Office) represents us and generally the process is not particularly painful…  Susan Craighead

Just a bunch of poor folks wanting justice, so don’t sweat it.

Besides King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg and every prosecutor has Judge Susan Craighead’s back.

To be sure, the justice system rides the peoples’ back but Prosecutor Satterberg communicates loud and clear for judges, “not very painful.”

Hey, why take injustice serious? Such demands for justice are just “disgruntled” little people and Dan Satterberg will take care of them for you.

Now, wonder, wonder, who the Judges are going to side with in a trial?

If you see the poor oppressed in a district, and justice and rights denied, do not be surprised at such things; for one official is eyed by a higher one, and over them both are others higher still. (Ecclesiastes 5:8)

It’s ok, Susan we are just one of those annoying little people King County Courts destroys on a whim.

But, oh, how Judge Susan Craighead whines for more money, power and buildings.1This month I am mounting my soapbox to call attention to a cancer growing on the City of Seattle’s body politic. The movement opposing construction of the Children and Family Justice Center is growing, especially in the wake of Ferguson. Its leaders are utilizing tactics calculated to intimidate anyone with a contrary view – be they neighbors who want to replace the existing eyesore or city councilmembers facing their first district re-election bids. Those of us who worked to get the ballot measure passed – the KCBA helped lead the charge – need to reach out and assure members of the City Council that we will stand with them as they heed the will of the majority of voters, rather than fulfill the demands of a vocal group of 200 to 500 opponents. In a previous column, I described being shouted down as a “racist” when I addressed the City Council’s Land Use Committee about the need for minor amendments to the City’s land use code to allow us to construct the new, voter-approved Children and Family Justice Center. Despite the tone of last fall’s hearings, I was hopeful that the Court and King County Executive Dow Constantine would be able to demonstrate our commitment to reducing racial disproportionality in the juvenile justice system. How naïve we were. We thought then that the opponents of the building shared that commitment. I am beginning to wonder if the opposition is more interested in organizing around a symbol – namely, stopping the building – than in the hard work required to address the root causes of racial disproportionality. Sometimes opposition groups such as End the Prison Industrial Complex and Youth Undoing Institutional Racism sound as they though they believe that they are calling to the attention of community leaders the problem of racial disproportionality for the very first time. In fact, King County has been working to reduce disproportionality and use of detention for the past 15 years. We were successful in driving down the absolute numbers of youth in detention – from well over 200 in the 1990s to just 42 yesterday. This is one of the lowest rates of incarceration of youth of any large urban jurisdiction in the country. While this means fewer youth of color are incarcerated, those youth who are in detention are disproportionately youth of color (more than 40 percent are African American, compared to 6 percent of King County’s population).9Prosecutor Nicole Weston merely stared at her cell phone as Athena Dean Holtz of Redemption Press cried tears to provide validity to Ms. Holtz marketed hate crime. Judge Lori K. Smith, Prosecutor Dan Satterberg, Prosecutor Jason Simmons, Prosecutor Rich Anderson, Prosecutor Lisa Johnson, Prosecutor Mark Larson: King County Washington State manipulated the hate crime – to put it mildly. Enumclaw.com pastor timothy williams, city of enumclaw, washington, king county, sound doctrine, sound doctrine church, sound doctrine cult, christian, winepress publishing, seattle. Full Circle Athena Dean Holtz Redemption Press ISBN-13: 978-1683142379 ISBN-10: 1683142373. Jessica Gambill, mother of the false accuser is also related to Athena Dean Holtz who is married to Jeff Holtz, which is her 4th husband of The Summit Church in Enumclaw Washington. Police Chief Jim Zoll and Detective Grant McCall. Judge Susan Craighead states that all judges bow down to the demands of King County Prosecutors. King County Prosecutor David Seaver uses the news in legal statements. City of Enumclaw Police, Attorney Mike Reynolds, Redemption Press, www.hardtruth.us, www.enumclaw.com Timothy Williams, Sound Doctrine Church, Winepress Publishing, Salt Shaker Bookstore, King County Committee, Sound Doctrine Cult, Seattle, Washington State Bar Association, WSBA, refuse to do anything about the corruption. Judge Lori K. Smith zealously labored for the King County Prosecutors.

 

Judge Susan Craighead

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From: Craighead, Susan
To: Berns, Elizabeth; Robinson, Palmer; Smith, Lori-Kay
Cc: Kuffel, Thomas; Eldred, David; Sherfey, Paul
Subject: FW: Service Haggerty v. KCSC Judges
Date: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 3:09:09 PM
All,
One of the less-than-happy duties of the Presiding Judge is to inform judges when they have been sued. Today your names (and mine) came up. Apparently Christopher Hupy is suing judges again. . If you have not been sued before as a judge, let me just explain that the PAO represents us and generally the process is not particularly painful as most lawsuits by disgruntled litigants or public-records requesters get resolved by a motion to dismiss.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns, a
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Susan

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