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No Gossip Policy

Written by Timothy

Seattle’s King County Prosecutors Only Used Slander

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“You know she is using your book Gossip and the Gospel as her guidebook” to design this hate crime. – Expert Opinion


Washington State, in the anti-Christian town of Seattle, King County Washington only presented slander to the jury. I had 98% of the court proceding recorded if anyone needs proof.
One slander, out of a relentlessness bargin of over 20 days of slander, evil-suspicions was that Sound Doctrine Church did not visit an individual in the hospital. Naturally the individuals testifying to this fact were with individuals at the church when they visited the hospitial. But since King County Prosecutors never prosecute liars and endorse liars if it fits their selfish political goals King County Prosecutors merely said “So what” to evidence.
Rather than King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg producing any evidence, his team used only slander, evil-suspicions and abuse of power to win a conviction. All of thist at the time when Washington State was in at the height of an anti-Christian slap down. King County Prosecutors suffer from I.E.S.
The wickedness among these Washington State Prosecutors is that only used “evil thoughts,” “slander,” and “false testimony” to win a guilty verdict.

Matthew 15:19
For out of the heart come evil thoughts, murder, adultery, sexual immorality, theft, false testimony, slander.

Along with the slander that Sound Doctrine Church, or Timothy Williams “group” was guilty because I had instituted a solid abuse prevention program. You read that correctly, King County Prosecutor Jason Simmons and Team objected to a abuse P-R-E-V-E-N-T-I-O-N program.

“I am going to sue you.”
Competitor rightly rebuking Athena Dean Holtz for her slanders.

Finally, after pushing it time and time again Athena Dean Holtz had to be demoted – Winepress just couldn’t endure the slandering of competitors anymore. Athena Dean Holtz always despised the No Gossip Policy because one of her selling methods was to bad-mouth other companies.

Eventually, things got so bad that Winepress received calls from other self-publishers that they were going to sue because of Athena Dean Holtz’s statements.

So vile are the sins of Athena Dean Holtz that she has led some astray right into the unpardonable sin.

Hopefully, the reader has not gone there concerning WinePress’s no-gossip policy.

I tell you the truth, all the sins and blasphemies of men will be forgiven them. But whoever blasphemies against the Holy Spirit will never be forgiven; he is guilty of an eternal sin.” He said this because they were saying, “He has an evil spirit.”
(Mark 3:28-30)

So destructive have the lies and slander of Athena Dean become, that even WinePress Publishing’s “No Gossip” policy has become an object of scorn.

Just think, taking up the practice of “not gossiping” has been vilified and defiled because of slander.

The reason a “No Gossip” policy had to be debased is that Winepress was a stellar company and the foundation of its quality had to be assaulted in order for the hate crime to be inflamed.

As the hate crime was built on a cesspool of gossip that which is bitter had to be made to appear as sweet, (see Isaiah 5:20).

“For years, I personally had the privilege of working under WinePress’ ‘No Gossip’ policy and witnessed first-hand the unparalleled kindness, honesty, and protection it provided to authors. How sad the state, however, when ‘not gossiping’ becomes an object of sport and ridicule. It’s appalling that individuals in the industry and abroad have sunk to vilifying a policy meant only to help and serve customers. This policy was only one of many things that made WinePress a remarkable and trustworthy publisher for authors of a wide variety.” —Winepress Then Employee



No Gossip Placemat Text

Each WinePress employee signs an agreement stating that they will talk only about our authors in a constructive manner at all times – inside and outside the office. Information about authors, WinePress, and the inner workings of personal relations is limited to those closely related to a project. There are several reasons for this policy.

One, it’s natural for us to complain about life, but we’re all called in the Lord to rejoice always and give thanks in all circumstances (1 Thessalonians 5:18). The “No Gossip” policy helps encourage an uplifting atmosphere.

Two, bringing a quality custom book to completion is a labor-intensive process. At WinePress we don’t just print books, we partner with our authors in making their books shine. Most people do not realize just how many details go into bringing a book to print. However, to draw a parallel with the food industry, WinePress is like a gourmet restaurant rather than a fast food drive-in. There are many places one can get a quick print, but the old saying, “You get what you pay for,” is really true – not just at restaurants, but in publishing as well. Unlike a fast food place that advertises so many fed, we are interested not in quantity, but quality. Like any high-quality product, it takes a great deal of time and real skill to smooth over the difficulties and make it look easy. Therefore, our “No Gossip” policy guards the interactions, struggles, and joys between authors, printers, and WinePress staff.

Every department at WinePress has one goal in mind – to provide quality service. Therefore, our conversations always have a positive point to them. If someone were to listen in on a conversation at WinePress they would only hear wholesome talk that builds others up according to their needs. We know and understand fully that a book is an outpouring of the author’s heart and we jealously protect it.

Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen. (Ephesians 4:29)

May we all, authors and WinePress employees, joyfully commit ourselves to this wholesome dining. This laminated placemat is a great way to remind ourselves to examine what we eat: the choice morsels of gossip or the rich food of God’s love. Drop by our website at for more info.

Timothy Williams

Seattle, King County Washington, Prosecutor Dan Satterberg, Prosecutor Mark Larson, Prosecutor Rich Anderson, Prosecutor Jason Simmons, Prosecutor Lisa Johnson, King County Committee, King County Courts, King County PAO Nicole Quick, Judge Lori K. Smith, Prosecutor David Seaver, Prosecutor Nicole Weston, King County Courts 516 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA 98104, King County Court 1309 114th Ave SE #100, Bellevue, WA 98004, King County Court 401 4th Ave N, Kent, WA 98032, King County Council 516 Third Ave, Room 1200 Seattle, WA 98104, Prosecutor Nicole Weston

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