Updated: Today was to be the case setting hearing for the retrial of me on unfounded charges by Boeing's King County Prosecutor.
However, the Senior Deputy Prosecutor, Scott Peterson, hurt himself over the weekend, so the county asked for a week's delay, which my attorney and I did not object to. The hearing is now set for next week, Monday, May 5th.
Hopefully Senior Deputy Prosecutor Peterson didn't hurt himself like he did last time--by committing a class B felony. I believe a class B felony is a much more serious crime than the class C felony I am accused of.
Senior Deputy Prosecutor Peterson hurt himself last time (in 2004) just after he committed the class B felony of assault with a deadly weapon on a defenseless woman by ramming his car repeatedly into her while she was standing in a parking space. He hurt himself just after committing that crime against the defenseless woman when he "impacted" the forearm of the woman's boyfriend who came to her aid and block tackled him to the ground.
So, hopefully the other innocent citizens around Senior Deputy Prosecutor Peterson when he hurt himself this time were not also being assaulted as the noted woman, Danatte Griffin, was, and they did not sustain any injuries.
To find out the character of the prosecutors I'm up against in this county you can view the news story by clicking this link.
Here are some notable frames of the KIRO 7 Broadcast on the flagrant "caste based" bias in Seattle's and King County's prosecutions of the people who try to protect victims when their assaulters are powerful and/or rich:
KIRO 7 News Investigative Reporter Chris Halsne
Victim Danatte Griffin, whom King County Senior Deputy Prosecutor Scott Peterson Repeatedly assaulted with his vehicle.
King County Senior Deputy Prosecutor Scott Peterson, who repeatedly assaulted Ms. Griffin with his vehicle after he saw her in his way, standing between two vehicles that he wanted to wedge in between in order to park.
Watch out non-elite of King County! If you thought a member of the elite wouldn't hit you or run you over just to get to a parking space, you were wrong! And if you thought the member of the elite would get prosecuted for running you over intentionally while parking you would be dead wrong!
The weapon King County Senior Deputy Prosecutor Scott Peterson used to hit Ms. Griffin repeatedly
The injuries King County Senior Deputy Prosecutor Scott Peterson inflicted on Ms. Griffin during his assault
If her boyfriend had abused her and left such nasty bruises he would have been jailed and prosecuted.
However, a stranger to Ms. Griffin, King County Senior Deputy Prosecutor Scott Peterson, battered her intentionally with his vehicle, so his crime was never actually investigated, much less prosecuted. Mr. Peterson didn't even spend a second in jail for this assault.
However, her boyfriend, who tried to protect her from Mr. Peterson, was prosecuted for his "bumping into" such a powerful person as King County Senior Deputy Prosecutor Scott Peterson.
Class warfare is only allowed one way in King County--The rich and powerful can do anything they want to do to the common citizen here, while the common citizen will be prosecuted for even trying to defend against such assaults.
This pretty much proves that the opposite of justice is in place in the King County Prosecutor's Office when the powerful get away with assaulting an innocent citizen or when they try to imprison citizens trying to save many lives from being assaulted and/or killed by knowingly defective, largely uninspected and unapproved "vehicles," (commercial airplanes) as in my case.
When such citizens are assaulted by those powerful perpetrators, the King County Prosecutor's Office doesn't protect the victims of those crimes, whether they are innocent bystander citizens or whistleblowers trying to save lives placed at risk for greater profits. It instead prosecutes the victims or anyone coming to the aid of the victims, as in King County, the Prosecutor's Office seems to always purposefully ignore the vastly greater crimes of the powerful and/or wealthy, and instead prosecutes the victims of those criminal actors. They do this in order to maintain the powerful and/or wealthy perpetrator's status, protecting them from accountability for their crimes by going on "offense" legally for those powerful interests by prosecuting the victims or anyone that comes to the victim's aid on fabricated charges.
Don't believe me? Read the news story at the above link. Senior Deputy Prosecutor Peterson's felonious actions were never actually investigated, much less prosecuted. However, the boyfriend protecting the one he loved was prosecuted for doing so.
In my case, I am being tried again on what the King County Prosecutor's Office knows (unless you believe their actions are driven by legal ignorance and incompetence, which I don't) are false charges after the first attempt at convicting me on those false charges rightly failed.
However I am not really the victim even though I'm being prosecuted on false charges. Just as the boyfriend was prosecuted for trying to protect his girlfriend from Mr. Peterson's road rage attack with his car on a pedestrian, I am being prosecuted for trying to protect the flying public from fraud that has already cost people many injuries and/or their lives. The flying public is therefor the victim, in my case.
So which crime was greater? Senior Deputy Prosecutor Peterson getting angry at an innocent pedestrian and repeatedly hitting her with his car? Or the "crime" of the boyfriend pushing Deputy Prosecutor Peterson to the ground with his forearm in defense of his already injured girlfriend who was under attack by Mr. Peterson?
Or is the greater crime a King County Prosecutor's Office that ensures that victims or their protectors are always charged on fabricated charges when the wealthy and powerful assault them, especially if it is one of their own elite that is the perpetrator, and/or one of their campaign contributors?
You had better hope that King County Executive Ron Sims doesn't come up to you on the sidewalk (if you are in King County and are out for a walk) and shoot you in cold blood, for if you survived, you'd be charged for spitting blood on the sidewalk and Sims would go free, unless the Prosecutor's Office discriminates based on race as well as caste in its prosecutions. (Of course, this is a hypothetical example only, and as far as I know King County Executive Ron Sims is a model citizen who would never even think of doing such a thing, nor do I think he rests any easier with the knowledge that he might get away with any crime he wanted to commit with the King County Prosecutor's Office in its current biased against justice state.)
The Last Inspector