Monthly Archives: April 2012

Honoring Washington’s Native Americans

A new exhibit featuring Washington’s NW Tribes has just been completed in the Secretary of State’s office in the Legislative building of Olympia’s Capitol Campus. A ceremony conducted by members of local tribes celebrating the exhibit will begin @ 5:00pm … Continue reading

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Custody Dispute Masquerades as DV w/Indu Thomas presiding

Jacob Kyle Fisher was a young unwed father of a 2 year old boy in 2010 involved in a bitter dispute over custody/visitation with his even younger ex-gf. Both parties acted pro se in the evidentiary hearing that ensued after … Continue reading

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Is It Too Late?

A being of vast ability and unlimited potential–with a brain capable of complex and soaring self reflection…legs made to dance and run…fingers nimble enough to weave a basket, play a violin, caress a face–if nature teaches us anything, it is … Continue reading

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2012 Skokomish Spring Soundscape Serenade

Has it been that Long? When did I grow old? It seems like only yesterday when this primeval lullaby rocked me to sleep in my youth…a condition, I might add, wasted on the young. Much older than man, these sounds … Continue reading

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Pro Se Litigants Pound Court Dockets

It’s been said a man who represents himself has a fool for a client. Attorneys are understandably fond of this sentiment. But statistics reveal a higher percentage of success by pro se litigants than those represented by attorneys. Why? The … Continue reading

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Dotson’s male Doppelganger?–Through the Looking Glass

Whoever said ‘drama queens’ come in only one sex. Here’s a story about a ‘drama king’ to rival Sara Dotson’s ill-fated attempt to invoke histrionics in a bid to punish a good Samaritan in Thurston County for remonstrating over her … Continue reading

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Corrupt Cops get time for Katrina Killings; targeted poor Blacks

CAIN BURDEAU | Associated Press • Published April 04, 2012 NEW ORLEANS – A federal judge sentenced five former police officers to years in prison for the deadly shootings on a New Orleans bridge in the chaotic days following Hurricane Katrina … Continue reading

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Cops: What Makes Them Tick?…or Corruption 101

They’re not all the same. Labels, even the term ‘cops’, are dangerous. Let there be no mistake, there are decent cops serving our communities–service desperately needed. But the evidence of increasing militarization of our police departments is abundant. Moreover, the … Continue reading

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Lacey Police Officer Guilty of Lying Under Oath to Judge

Published April 04, 2012 in the Olympian by JEREMY PALWLOSKI A former Lacey police officer faces up to a year in jail and a $5,000 fine after pleading guilty Tuesday for lying to a judge under oath. While applying for a … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Mason District Court Judge Meadows

Judge Meadows resists 1st Amendment, substitutes ‘policy’ for Constitution: We all want to believe our neighbors, our community, appreciates where the boundaries of the law lie, to grasp the importance of protection for minority  viewpoints and unpopular speech including the … Continue reading

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