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03.12.20

A Bill Gates Paedophilia Scandal Turns Into Several (6 Months of Police Stonewalling to Cover up Paedophilia Arrest)

Posted in Bill Gates, Courtroom, Microsoft at 6:25 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Today or the next day (tomorrow, depending on how we treat leap year) marks 6 months, so the time to bring this up seems right.

There, billy junior - Don't get arrested again - I bailed you out before - Seattle PD

Summary: The police in Seattle is actively stifling public inquiries into the arrest for paedophilia at the home of Bill Gates; we urge American readers to file further inquiries and step up the pressure to comply

IT was yesterday evening that we decided to share a bit of a teaser. Remember that back in December we noted: “Mass- or large-scale defamation campaign of Stallman started on the 14th of September, i.e. exactly one day after a written request was made to King County Sheriff’s Office regarding the ‘Mansion of Pedophilia’…”

For those who are new to this series there’s this index in wiki form.

For those just joining us, let’s recap; the Seattle PD wrote back in January: “At this time, we anticipate getting back to you on or about February 17, 2020.”

February 17. That was almost a month ago!

‘Only’ 3 weeks late now.

After they had given themselves well more than a month!

We think it’s time to ask our readers to submit further FOIA requests…

The Bill Gates scandal we’re studying/exposing now splits into several scandals:

  1. one is the child abuse
  2. another is the police cover-up

They did, in the past, miss their own deadlines by a few days.

Now it’s more than 3 weeks and still no word from Seattle’s fine Police Department. Not a single page so far (out of nearly 3,000 pages!). This therefore might become a police scandal as much as a Gates scandal.

“Definitely,” one associate told us, “and their interference apparently on behalf of Gates should not be missed, it is also kind of a separate thread. So one set of scandals is becoming two sets.”

Back then we decided give them another week…

The significance of it is the 6-month checkpoint.

“Along those lines,” the associate added, “refer to what I wrote earlier about requesting the document licensing for the PD computers. I expect they will show that an organization under the influence or control of a person being investigated has written themselves permission for full read/write access programs, configurations, and data. The data in this case being
the police report. Either way it is important to implicate the role of Bill’s [Microsoft's] software in the PD failure to fulfill the FOIA request.”

Those wishing to increase the pressure on the PD and are US citizens can help us by following the instructions below, composed by a previous petitioner.


Just go here: Seattle Police Department

And then click on “Public Records Request”

OR go straight to the request center.

You can create an account here (might be part of the process when submitting your request). I might have actually created it after I received a confirmation email. Not sure. You might not even have to create one until payment is due.

When making the request, this Is the relevant info they will need for this case:

Rick Allen Jones
Court: King Co Superior Ct
Case Number: 14-1-06789-1

I entered in the March 2014 arrest date published in the KIRO news article as the date of incident in my request. But when reviewing the court register for this case it shows the a charge filed with the court in Dec 2013.

Ct 1: Felony – 9.68A.070(1) POSSESS DEPICT MINOR-SEX CNDCT-1 on 12/29/2013 – JONES (DEF 01)

Perhaps he didn’t know about the charge and they hadn’t caught up with him yet? I’m not sure. The article (or one of the articles reporting on this) said they searched his apartment while he was being interviewed at Gates’s home in March 2014.

NOW, FOR WHAT TO REQUEST…

Personally, I would want to request the search warrant affidavit. It should be under 10-20 pages and easy to process. It will include everything the detectives submitted to the judge in order to get him to sign off on a search warrant for his apartment. This entire case would have stood much on the strength of this affidavit. If lawyers could have challenged it they would have. And he pleaded guilty so you know the case was air tight.

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