(Heather of Yelm)
The Cupcake’s e-mail overture today:
” I see you are planning on writing an article about me and you do not have my consent to use my name, or any other personal information on your blog. Remember, doxxing is a crime. I will respect your wishes of no contact as I would like us to part ways as well. Thank you” – Heather Lund
Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android
Heather L. Lund (35, fka: Conatser), her husband and 2 small children moved from Pierce to Thurston County a few short years ago. Neither liked the more rigorous rules of the DV game as practiced in Thurston by the authorities–especially when it came to DV involving loaded firearms, each threatening to kill the other, either by shooting or, as the Cupcake admitted, threatening to slit the husband’s throat in his sleep. Their indifference to the fact their children and even the Cupcake’s mother were present during these altercations was like water off a duck’s back. That the Cupcake placed on the autism spectrum was no surprise. Thus her husband’s argument she was a poster child of why wife beating should be made legal came across as insensitive at best. Neither the police, the husband’s defense counsel, nor Prosecutor Jennifer Lord were impressed–especially as the Cupcake attempted to recant her earlier sworn affidavit submitted to the Thurston County Superior (Family) Court seeking a DV protection order and the seizure of her husband’s firearms.
The judicial system, particularly in Thurston County, needs radical restructuring given its habit of relying on punishment and stigmatizing rather than reconciliation and treatment of the mentally ill and emotionally blind/unstable. Being the hammer, SJW’s like Jennifer Lord, esq. see every male as a nail. This is a grave error because even Lord realizes the complaining witness in many of these cases cannot be trusted to tell the truth. The Cupcake had admitted as much through her e-mail correspondence. She hoped to fine tune the prosecution and sentencing of her husband by recanting her earlier sworn statements submitted to the Court signed and written in her hand. Her initial declaration appeared extremely credible and was likely the truth, yet the Cupcake now alleges she was manipulated and under some form of mind control when the investigating officer (Kimball) questioned her. If such a convincing accuser challenges her own veracity, what are the odds of a search for the truth in a courtroom setting bearing fruit?
The Cupcake’s efforts to game the system were rejected, her spouse (Nicholas B. Lund) pled guilty to the armed assault in the presence of his attorney and a colloquy conducted by the judge to confirm he understood what he was doing and that it was voluntary. He was sentenced to only 1 month for the class C Felony along with a probationary period, but prohibited from having any contact with his wife for 5 years, something that clearly irritated the Cupcake. She found fault with prosecutor Jennifer Lord, the husband’s defense counsel, and the judge for it not turning out precisely the way she wanted it. Given her glib rationale and insistence on destroying any/all credibility she might have otherwise had, a quick read through the following documents should demonstrate why a radical shift in the courts’ approach to these cases is called for. This couple doesn’t need a jail cell so much as a mental ward. The prohibition of weapons was a no brainer but should have been applied to both of them. Chalk that lapse up to Jennifer Lord, esq. who now, unfortunately, is even assigned to murder cases in Thurston County. Nevertheless, Jennifer did the Cupcake a favor by not providing her a platform for perjury.
The Cupcake’s Sworn Petition for a DV protection order signed and written in her own hand:
Officer Krumpke’s police report on the sport of DV as played by the Lunds:
Note: As a result of her continued months long campaign of criminal harassment and cyber stalking filed in a complaint (Rpt #20-22027) w/the Mason County Sheriff, Heather Lund has been blocked from leaving any comments in this forum whatsoever. Photos submitted for purposes of further identifying her would be appreciated, and will make the investigator’s work easier.