King County Prosecutors File Attempted Rape Charges Against Homeless Man After Sexual Assault In Courthouse

Seattle is on our radar.

We’re at the dawn of a glorious new progressive era.

As we noted a few days ago, police reform went into effect last weekend in Washington State. We will be closely monitoring the outcome of this experiment, particularly in Seattle, which is the most sweeping attempt to dismantle the police that has been implemented anywhere in the country.

The Federalist:

“Washington state just reimagined policing with sweeping so-called “police accountability” bills that went into effect this week. Led by anti-police activists enabled by allies in the Democrat-controlled legislature, the consequences of these dramatic changes will be worse than you can imagine. And Democrats don’t seem to care.

Police use of force is now strictly limited. Car chases and tear gas are almost entirely banned. Chokeholds are now forbidden, requiring officers to use more lethal tools at their disposal. Some bills even conflict with others.

“The challenge is — I’m going to be very frank — the laws were written very poorly, and the combination of them all at the same time has led to there being conflicts in clarity and in what was intended versus what was written,” Kent Police Chief Rafael Padilla told ABC News. …

All of these changes couldn’t have come at a worse time. Washington state saw a 47 percent rise in homicides last year, almost double the nationwide average.

Seattle is on pace to surpass 2020’s 26-year-high homicide rate record. Tacoma is seeing a similar surge. On the east side of the state, after a 186 percent increase in homicides last year, Spokane continues to see a spike in crime, with 12 drive-by shootings and 44 other shootings this calendar year through May. …”

Policing has been “reimagined” in Seattle in the wake of CHAZ/CHOP.

Last week, I spent several hours watching those KOMO News documentaries called “Seattle Is Dying” and “The Fight For The Soul of Seattle.” Basically, there has been an explosion in violent crime in Seattle caused by homeless people who are addicted to drugs. They live in these tents which have spread out all over the city. Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes is a “progressive prosecutor” who is fostering these conditions by refusing to enforce civility laws. The situation is rapidly spiraling out of control.

In the documentaries, one of the most interesting issues that was raised was that the King County Courthouse itself has become unsafe due to the unwillingness to enforce the law in Seattle. There has been talk of falling back and moving the courthouse to somewhere else that is safe. The building and its premises are being taken over by homeless people who have been intimidating jurors.

Kent Reporter:

“King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn has called to close the King County Courthouse, Administration Building, Chinook Building and City Hall Park to the public following a series of crimes in City Hall Park and most recently, a sexual assault that occurred within the courthouse.

On July 29, a 35-year-old man entered the courtroom with what he would later tell Seattle police investigators was the intent to rape.

He waited until the victim entered a restroom, then followed the victim inside, according to charging documents.

Court marshals were alerted to the situation when they heard yelling inside the restroom. They responded quickly to find the suspect trapping the victim inside a bathroom stall.

According to testimony from the victim, the suspect appeared to be suffering a mental crisis, as his “eyes were strange,” and his “hair was disheveled.”

The defendant, Clint James Jory, was previously arrested for indecent exposure in May 2019 and had been incarcerated just six days before the courthouse incident. He was a registered sex offender.

Jory told investigators he was currently homeless and was using methamphetamine. …”

Seattle Times:

“After sexually attacking a woman in a restroom inside the King County Courthouse Thursday morning, Clint Jory propositioned a Seattle police detective for sex, according to an attempted second-degree rape charge King County prosecutors on Friday rush-filed against him.

The charges, which note Jory, 35, was released from the King County Jail six days before Thursday’s attempted rape, include a rapid recidivism aggravator. Because the felony charge was filed Friday, Jory did not make an initial court appearance for a probable-cause hearing and he remains jailed in lieu of $750,000 bail, jail and court records show. …”

Seattle Times:

“A 35-year-old man was arrested Thursday morning inside the King County Courthouse after Seattle police say he hid in a women’s restroom and attacked a woman who works at the courthouse.

A sheriff’s deputy who happened to be walking by the restroom heard the woman’s screams and separated the suspect and victim, said Sgt. Randy Huserik, a police spokesman.

Following his arrest, the man was interviewed by Seattle police sexual assault detectives and was expected to be booked into the King County Jail, Huserik said. He said the woman didn’t require medical treatment and was driven home by a family member. …”

Around the same time that I was watching those two documentaries, a homeless man strung out on meth went inside the King County Courthouse and attempted to rape a female employee inside the women’s restroom. Last year, a defense attorney was beaten outside in front of the courthouse. The main entrance to the courthouse had to be closed due to all the assaults.

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5 Comments

  1. I wonder if they let him enter the courthouse dressed as he is being taken out in cuffs.

  2. Trying to obtain GOOD police before there is a good nation is a cart before the horse mistake. Wasted energy bound to lead to disappointment, and finally, resignation, apathy and submission. Real community-elected, community-based police forces are impossible to establish in the capitalist system, and establishing real socialism in place of capitalism might be impossible with such a thoroughly ethnically-mixed and atomized population.

  3. The shitlib White Anti-Whites who wanted this will move away leaving the working class Whites who didn’t want it to live and die with it. White Anti-Whites are the absolute worst.

  4. I saw that Seattle is Dying last year and remember there was some bum who was hanging out in a garbage can giggling away like a real life Oscar the Grouch. Was Oscar the Grouch supposed to be Sesame Street’s version of homeless?

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