Seattle Police Substation Set On Fire
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Posted: 8:10 am PST February 19, 2011Updated: 11:19 am PST February 19, 2011
SEATTLE, Wash. -- Firefighters are investigating a suspicious fire at a Seattle police substation at 23rd and Union in Capitol Hill.
The call reporting the fire came in at about 3:30 a.m. on Saturday morning, just hours after protesters traveled from downtown Seattle’s Westlake Park all the way to Capitol Hill.
The Seattle Fire Department called the fire arson. They said someone used some sort of accelerant to set fire in front of the police substation. The fire was quickly extinguished and the building suffered minimal damage. ... conthttp://www.kirotv.com/news/26925098/detail.html
This is the murderer who is too cowardly to just be a REAL thug and used his badge as a shield. Real gangsters dont need a badge or authority....
Seattle Police Officer Ian Birk is seen in court on Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2011.
SEATTLE -- One day after the prosecutor decided not to press charges against a former Seattle police officer in a deadly shooting, a local law expert is questioning that decision.
Ian Birk shot and killed woodcarver John T. Williams last August. But King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg said he can't charge Birk because of a law written 25 years ago that protects officers who use deadly force.
But Mary Fan, a University of Washington professor and former federal prosecutor, says Satterberg could have charged Birk if he wanted to