911 Call Draws WA Prosecutor Into Conspiracy

Sloan Commits Federal Crime

By Edward Snook
Investigative Journalist

Richard Finegold
Richard Finegold

Okanogan County WA – On the evening of June 17, 2015, 48-year-old Richard Alan Finegold of Stanwood WA made a pathetic, yet well set-up 911 call to the Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office. He claimed that he had discovered there were “squatters” at a property he owns, located at 36 E. Sourdough Road in Tonasket, WA. Dispatch sent the complaint out as a “Burglary.”

When Deputy Josh Petker arrived at the residence he met – Continue reading

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The Sting II

Facts Behind the Curtain – James Faire’s False Prosecution

“A young con man seeking revenge for the death of his partner teams up with a master of the big con to secure a fortune” — IMDB Plot synopsis to ‘The Sting’

By Doug Parris
Investigative Reporter

The Tale

Okanogan County, Washington – On June 19, 2015, Okanogan Sheriff Frank Rogers held a press conference to announce he had detained “squatters” who, after being confronted by the owner of a property in Tonasket, Washington, had intentionally run over a woman twice. That tale went viral in the drive-by media incriminating James and Angela Faire as a public relations exercise; in Okanogan, all over Washington, in newspapers and TV, and nationally via the Southern Poverty Law Center (Marxist-Leninist). Continue reading