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Prosecutor, Police Cover-ups How Far?

Prosecutor, Police Cover-ups How Far?

The movie Changeling starring Angelina Jolie that was directed by Clint Eastwood, is a true story.

Police, Prosecutors and Judges have had decades of practice and new laws in which to hide their perversions of Jurisprudence (1 Timothy 1:8-11). Therefore, look for the worst and you will easily find it. Even now, their corruptions are permeating our schools and homes. Indeed, the very fabric of safety for the humble in the land is being shredded publicly for all to see.

Just how far will King County Prosecutors of Seattle, Washington go to cover up their corruptions? [1]


To what lengths will the City of Enumclaw go further in their whitewash, cover up and promotion of corruption associated with the Enumclaw Police Department?

City of Enumclaw years ago hired a lawyer to, so to speak, “clean the knife of bloody prints.”

Meaning Enumclaw Detective Grant McCall was the evidence, and those in charge knew this, or should have at least understood the law – but Mr. Grant McCall was cleaned up, polished and promoted.

If history is any judge, as this movie demonstrates, along with researched facts of today’s cover-ups the City of Enumclaw and Seattle King County Prosecutors have been very busy with whitewash. The fact is, none seem desirous to repent as they leave individuals in prison to provide enough time for officials to run for cover. And so injustice moves on till it’s final judgment.

In those days John the Baptist came, preaching in the Desert of Judea and saying, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is near.” (Matthew 3:1-2)


Main Actors
• Angelina Jolie as Christine Collins
• John Malkovich as Rev. Gustav Briegleb
• Jeffrey Donovan as Capt. J.J. Jones
• Michael Kelly as Det. Lester Ybarra
• Colm Feore as Chief James E. Davis
• Jason Butler Harner as Gordon Northcott
• Devon Conti as Arthur Hutchins

Total Budget: 55 million USD

Total Profit : Domestic Box Office: $35,739,802
International Box Office: $78,065,778
Est. Domestic DVD Sales: $13,824,195
Worldwide Box Office: $113,805,580

Clint Eastwood

Clint Eastwood

Brian Grazer

Ron Howard

Robert Lorenz

J. Michael Straczynski
The movie “Changeling” is the true story of a single mom Christine Collins (played by Angelina Jolie). In March 1928, Christine found her 9-year-old son, Walter, missing in Los Angeles. After 5 months, Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) claimed to have found a boy thousands of kilometres away in Illinois, identifying himself as Walter Collins. The missing boy’s discovery was an achievement for the embattled LAPD, which had come under fire for incompetency and corruption in recent years. Christine dismisses the claim that this boy, living with her is “Walter” and continues her search alone.
To keep Christine quiet, the police Captain J.J. Jones (played by Jeffrey Donovan) admitted her to a mental hospital, assuming her insane. She was held in a psychiatric ward against her will, medicated and tortured. Eastwood has shot these scenes like a horror movie, with nasty nurses leering, pasty women with vicious hair screaming and banging their heads against bars, and a wicked doctor giving Christine jolts of electricity to make her sign a paper confirming that the sinister impostor is her son.
In real life, the impostor was Arthur Hutchins Jr., (played by Devon Conti) a boy from Iowa who was trying to escape from his unhappy home life. People told him that he resembled Walter Collins, so he thought to pose as the missing boy and get a free trip from his hometown to California.
While in the psychiatry ward, Christine discovers that many women in there were victims of the cops, and they were kept there to remain “quiet.” I feel The LAPD is quite unfortunate to exist in Los Angeles because it has frequently had a negative image in Hollywood movies. See “Lakeview Terrace,” “Training Day,” and “L.A. Confidential.” Many movies have shown corrupt cops, but no other city’s cops have been as dramatically depicted.
Christine’s one ally was a priest Rev. Gustav Briegleb (played by John Malkovich) who wanted to expose corruption in the LAPD and government. Meanwhile, a committed detective Lester Ybarra (Michael Kelly) was led to an isolated chicken ranch outside Winesville, Calif where the bodies of 20 young boys were buried.
Gordon Stewart Northcott (played by Jason Butler Harner) is the main antagonist of this movie. He plays a fictionalized role of a real-life serial killer of the 1920s, who sexually abused and murdered young boys, in Riverside County, California. This case is still famous with the name “Wineville Chicken Coop Murders Case.”
“Changeling” is a movie about a mother who tries to fight the injustice system of hypocrites and lies. After watching this movie, I learned that everything is not necessarily how it appears and we must do what we think is right, even when others assume we are wrong. With a riveting plot, terrific setting and incredible acting by Angelina Julie and other actors; this movie is strongly recommended to those who enjoy emotional and gripping thrillers.

Changeling (2008) – IMDb


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1. Ian Goodhew King County Prosecutor Washington State, Prosecutor Dan Satterberg, Prosecutor David Seaver, Prosecutor Jason Simmons, Prosecutor Lisa Johnson, Prosecutor Mark Larson, Prosecutor Nicole Weston and Prosecutor Rich Anderson, Judge Lori K Smith Court of Appeals Division 1 King County who cut off the hands, feet and mouth of the defense, City of Enumclaw Council Member Beau Chevassus who slandered Timothy Williams, then promoted corruption in the City of Enumclaw, Judge Beth M. Andrus Court of Appeals Division 1 King County who covered-up Enumclaw Detective Grant McCall crimes against Sound Doctrine Church

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