Teen Lies : News To Some
A 19-year-old from Michigan is facing charges she allegedly made up a story about how she was kidnapped from the mall.
Alexis Marie Bradish, of Muskegon, was charged with false report of a felony when authorities couldn’t corroborate the kidnapping claims.
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Wow! A whole fantastic kidnapping storyline. If only Miss Bradish has gotten before a jury in Washington State – she would have been enabled by prosecutors that are “happy” to promote lies with baby-talk to win a conviction on someone.
Alexis Marie Bradish, 19 should have moved to Washington State.
King County Washington to be precise as Prosecutors and Police never “corroborate,” let alone charge anyone with making false accusations …if it fits the Prosecutors Office nefarious purpose. And even when caught Washington State never charges those who make false accusations. So the liars and the false accusers just keep committing their crimes or become prosecutors.
After all, where do you think Alexis Marie Bradish, 19 got the idea, er, excuse the term, that law enforcement would possibly ignore evidence?
When the sentence for a crime is not quickly carried out, the hearts of the people are filled with schemes to do wrong. (Eccl 8:11)
As the Washington State King County Prosecutor Team of Prosecutor Mark Larson, Prosecutor Jason Simmons, Prosecutor Rich Anderson, Prosecutor Lisa Johnson, Prosecutor Dan Satterberg, King County Courts, King County Culture of Court Corruption [ see www.hardtruth.us ] stated, “So what” to any need for evidence.
- ‘After receiving the information about the alleged kidnapping, Fruitport police conducted a thorough investigation that included interviewing numerous witnesses and reviewing surveillance footage from area businesses,’ Maat said. Bradish was arraigned on January 22 in the 60th District Court and her preliminary examination is scheduled for 11am on February 6. If convicted, Bradish could serve up to seven years in prison. – The Daily Mail
When justice is done, it brings joy to the righteous but terror to evildoers. (Prov 21:15)
When justice is done is the big question.
Anyone want to bet the girl claims abuse and the judge gives her no jail time?
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