17 September 2017

KingCast Says Let's Get Something Straight with Judges Goodwin and Fraser: Livi was MURDERED by the Actions of Kristina Almak (or Kristina Robinson Depending on What Day it is).




When you kill a man's dog through wanton recklessness, 
and the City and the Courts help you cover it up, there will be repercussions.
Just a note to Judge Jeffrey Goodwin, Judge Beth Fraser, Kristina Amlak, Kristina Robinson (read more about her and how she killed Livi the Wonderdog in the Change.org Petition right here), and whoever else takes issue with anything Livi's mother or I have said about Livi's untimely passing from this Earth:  

I drove home from a Yakima Deposition I shot for Livi's Attorney Adam Karp the other day. Before I left Yakima I bought two used CDs from two of my favorite female vocalists, Sinead O'Connor and Nikka Costa. Of course Prince's song "Nothing Compares to You," resonated with me but so too did "Three Babies."

"The face on you."
"The smell on you."
"Will always be with me."

To know that someone who has admitted previously leaving dogs unattended with injury then left your dogs alone with her own pit bulls resulting in DEATH is something that is so far out of left field that you just can't quite comprehend it. She is a goddamn fucking idiot who should never be around animals of any kind, in my opinion. No one can or will ever stop me from publicly saying as much, period. That would be Unconstitutional.  She and her friends have a right subject to Defamation to call me a "lazy, mean ugly motherfucker," and that is how the law works, period.

I am not Ghandi (who was a racist, BTW). I am not Martin Luther King. I am not Nat Turner. I am not Malcolm X. I am just a grieving father who has taken positive steps toward healing (stay tuned for the area pet writing project update with the local PTA) and who has been faced with a ton of bullshit from Mountlake Terrace City Hall, Judge Goodwin and Judge Fraser and there is not one person on the face of this Earth who is going to stop me from talking about it. In fact, there will be Judicial Complaints filed against Judge Fraser for her conduct in this case and potentially Judge Goodwin as well.

Fraser used to represent Amlak/Robinson when Robinson was convicted of Forgery, a crime of moral turpitude.  Robinson failed to pay court costs forever, and never did her community service as ORDERED. These are FACTS, Judge Goodwin. Relevant Facts involving the commission of a CRIME.

Anyway, Fraser yelled at me in open Court after I accidentally miscalendared a hearing date. Meanwhile she never divulged the relationship, thereby trying to play me for a fool. However Federal Judge Landya B. McCafferty learned the hard way:  Never do this. McCafferty silently recused herself after I exposed her direct relationship with my opposing Counsel and the Defendant in that case, one Kelly Ayotte. That would be former U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte.  Now, frankly I don't give a shit that Obama successfully nominated her to bump from Magistrate to full Article III Judgeship a few years ago:  She committed an ethical breach by presiding on a case and ruling on it without telling me she used to work for my opposing counsel Jack Middleton.... and at the same law firm that employed Ayotte to boot. McLane, Graff et al.  If you think you can run that bullshit past me without consequence I will quickly disabuse you of any such notion regardless of who you are or how much power you wield. 

Next, as to Goodwin, he told me to "stop talking" as I was making basic, sound, legal arguments about Kristina using information gleaned from the public record and comments regarding her lack of veracity that were made by a public official. 

Again: None of you can or will tell me one goddamn thing about how I publicly grieve or issue commentary about any of you, ever. If you have a problem with me ethically then you go call the Ohio Bar and issue your complaint.  And then I will inform them of what you put me through and let it ride because you've got some doody on your own shoes, ahem.  Including Goodwin disrespecting me in the middle of a valid point of fact and law when he was reprimanded himself for discourteous conduct.

My goals are to vent, to expose the complete lack of transparency in this case, to file suit against Livi's killer and to protect the dogs we have left and to encourage others to be extremely diligent about referral kennels:  I will be completely paranoid when leaving my babies anywhere because of this. I handle it well but this will be an element of unneeded stress for the rest of my goddamn fucking LIFE, and Kristina caused this. Same with Livi's mother, going through the same nightmares and anxieties that are foreseeable in the aftermath of a MURDER.


MURDER Judge Goodwin.

MURDER Judge Fraser.

And don't either one of you ever forget that, because I won't let you.

Now I have goddamn fucking SPOKEN. Your move. Find another way to beat me up. I'm waiting.

So we are clear now.

A well-respected dog handler (Assembly of Dog) referred us to Precious Paws when Assembly branded a food truck for dogs and went in a different direction.  That handler has since issued a public letter of apology and will never again refer ANYONE to Kristina Robinson, and that's a fact Judge Goodwin whether he likes it or not.

One more thing about both of these Judges:  Not one word of "Mr. King I am sorry for your loss....."  Not once.  They just try to downplay any points that I have whilst protecting this dangerous instrumentality white girl who is Kristina Amlak. No mention of the fact that she has already brought these same specious claims against me before the Court and LOST in February. No mention of the fact that Judge Goodwin decided against her for abusing the First Amendment one year ago.

Had that been me, you know they would have read me the fucking riot act.  

Look folks I was born some day, but it was not yesterday. In fact, it was about 52 years ago, same as Judge Goodwin, except I graduated from a better law school. I see. Perhaps that explains things.


Here are some tips to help with the grieving process after a murder:

  • Those who have lost a loved one due to natural causes may not understand all the complexities of a loss from a murder.
  •  Murder has its own deeper level of denial and shock. The event is unbelievable, unexpected, tragic and a crime, all at once.
  •  You may feel anger longer and deeper than from other deaths. Find constructive ways to let your anger out. And give yourself lots of permission to be angry. A horrible injustice has been done to your loved one, family, friends and the world.
  •  Look for forgiveness on your time zone, not others. Forgiveness comes from within, not from a “should forgive” place. When friends tell you the stories of how a victim’s family found peace, just know they are in pain because they see you in pain.
  •  Grief after murder has many expressions; our grief is as unique as a finger print. Some may want to get involved in the legal case, some may not. Others may want to face the murderer, others may not.
  •  Know that not finding the murderer will often cause complex and unresolved grief. Of course it will be harder to find peace in a world where your loved one was killed and the murderer still walks free.
  •  Murder is especially horrifying because another person’s actions took an innocent life. The idea that the tragic loss of a loved one can be determined by another person’s decision is devastating. It can also be incomprehensible that it can be a random act. The perpetrator may not be known to the victim or vice versa. The shock of losing someone to murder takes hold immediately and leaves family members totally bewildered.
These are some thoughts I have seen in my work. My teachers have always been those who have dealt with loss directly. I invite anyone who has tips to share after a murder to please write to me at David@grief.com

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