My last data request has forced Yellow Medicine County Sheriff Bill "Threat To Public Safety" Flaten to change his loony story in another high profile case, hasn't it? The first time was the Kelly Jean Andrew case, wasn't it? More on that later . . .
"Threat To Public Safety" Flaten was making another wild claim to the local lapdog media in the Andrew Dikken Manhunt, wasn't he?
lapdog. noun, a small dog kept as a pet. a person or organization that is influenced or controlled by another: the government and its media lapdogs. http://oxforddictionaries.com.
The wild claim was about the so-called "tip," wasn't it? The first wild claim was that a 911 call came to the dispatch of the Yellow Medicine County Sheriff’s Office, wasn't it? That is where the 911 calls are received, right?
A 911 call to the Yellow Medicine County Sheriff’s Office resulted in the search of the America’s Best Value Inn, a hotel located on state Highway 28 in Glenwood. The tip, deemed credible by law enforcement, described a man matching Dikken’s description. ...“Once it was deemed a credible report, we took it seriously and followed up on it,” Danter told the Pope County Tribune Thursday afternoon. … After the hotel search, it was determined that the tip was unfounded, and Dikken was never at the hotel or even in Glenwood, Danter said Friday morning. Public tip leads to search of Glenwood hotel. 09-09-13, By Tim Douglass, Publisher. Pope County Tribune. http://www.pctribune.com.
And the lapdog media repeated that wild claim over and over again, didn't they?
A 911 call to the Yellow Medicine County Sheriff's Office resulted in a search this afternoon of the America's Best Value Inn, a hotel located on state Highway 28 in Glenwood. By Kelly Boldan and Tim Douglass, Pope County Tribune. Posted Sep. 6, 2013 @ 1:15 pm. http://www.granitefallsnews.com.
A 911 call to the Yellow Medicine County Sheriff’s Office resulted in a search Thursday of the America’s Best Value Inn, a hotel on state Highway 28 in Glenwood. Search in Glenwood for man in homicide case turns up empty. Friday, September 6, 2013 – 10:09am. Al EdenloffEcho Press. http://www.echopress.com.
That is until I submitted a lawful data request for the dispatch traffic, isn't it?
And then "Threat To Public Safety" Flaten changed his story on the "tip," didn't he? The bogus "tip" led to a publicity stunt . . aka West Central SWAT raid . . . at the America’s Best Value Inn in lawless Glenwood, didn't it?
The new wild claim is that the 911 call to dispatch wasn't a 911 call to dispatch, isn't it?
Mr. Nemmers, The Sheriff’s Office has no public data related to this incident. The call did not come in on a 911 line. The phone calls made to our office if released would jeopardize another ongoing investigation. Also, incident you reference is a Granite Falls Police Department case. You will need to contact them directly for information related to that case. Subject: Data Request. From: Cindy Hanson, Administrative Assistant, Yellow Medicine County Sheriff's Office.
Kind of defies logic, doesn't it?
In constructive cross examination, a gimmie is a fact which the witness must readily concede. A gimmie has four qualities:
(1) It is favorable
(2) It must be admitted.
(3) If it is not admitted,
The witness must give the gimmie because if she does not, she destroys herself by looking like a liar, a lunatic, or a loser. Gotcha's usually come from one of three areas:
(1) Prior inconsistent statements,
(2) Unimpeachable disagreement, or
(3) Demonstrable illogic.
George R. Dekle, Sr, Prosecution Principles: A Clinical Handbook (Thompson/West:2007), Page 232-233.
And for some odd reason the Yellow Medicine County Sheriff’s Office 911 dispatch traffic is suddenly classified a private data, right? Not really a surprise when you take into account that are illegally withholding data from me in the Kelly Jean Anderson case, is it? Dispatch data, right? A pattern, huh?
The dispatch recording obtained by MPR News begins with a call from a police officer, "Shots fired, officer down." A few seconds later, he adds, "I have no idea where the suspect went." … Dispatch: Officers respond to shooting call (raw audio may include unrelated police communication). Dispatch recording reveals some detail of police response on night of Decker's shooting by Madeleine Baran, Minnesota Public Radio, Conrad Wilson, Minnesota Public Radio December 7, 2012.
Plus, Yellow Medicine County Sheriff Bill "Threat To Public Safety" Flaten is all lawyered up, isn't he? "Threat To Public Safety" Flaten refuses to return my numerous phone calls, right? "Threat To Public Safety" Flaten is hiding behind his Administrative Assistant Cindy Hanson, isn't he? "Threat To Public Safety" Flaten is just a little coward, isn't he? "Threat To Public Safety" Flaten is a coward and a common criminal, isn't he?
More to come . . .
Sheriff Bill Flaten: Are You Going To Rip Me Off On My Andrew Dikken Data Request Like You Did With My Kelly Jean Anderson Data Request?
Yellow Medicine Co. Sheriff Bill Flaten Gets Paid $85,074.96 To Rip Off Nemmers On His Public Data Request For Kelly Jean Anderson - Person?
Peg Heglund, Yellow Medicine County's County Administrator Tries To Rip Off Nemmers On His Request For Public Data, Doesn't She?
Andrew Dikken Manhunt: How Many Cowards Does It Take To Arrest One Man? Answer: Lots!
Staged Media Event For Andrew Dikken Manhunt Flops? SWAT Commander Nathan Brecht & Publisher Tim Douglass Fail To Produce Sensationalist Product?