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i520 '426' Flags Email - Kevin Mede - Redacted

i520 '426' Flags Email - Kevin Mede - Redacted

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i520 '426' Flags Email - Kevin Mede - Redacted

My original email is in the middle area of Kevin's response.

There are many examples of this, but this is another fine example of Mede saying one thing, agreeing with me, at least in writing, but doing different and later claiming something else entirely. ie; Hell's Angels 'conspiracy theory.'

Now I spoke with Kevin and I showed him exactly what I am referring to in this email. Kevin acknowledged what I told him, he affirmed the source of the information and agreed that it was peculiar that Whatcom County was identifying Bandidos, Amigo's, Canyon Riders etc (red & gold clubs) in the county database as such, but that Hell's Angels were not being identified the same way.

Now a person can have their views on these 1%'er clubs and we don't even need to agree with what they are or what they are not, but I would think that most of us would agree that if you're going to flag one club as dangerous and worthy of special handling, then you probably should be handling both sets as such.

Kevin agreed. At least as of the point in time of this email. That was until he was 'convinced' of the necessity to change his mind and adopt Elfo's 'conspiracy theory' narrative.

To the best of my knowledge, the HA members, transients and affiliates that have been contacted in this area have still not been identified in i520 and Kevin never did get back to me. Probably too busy getting ready for his Elfo campaign video I guess.

Side note: This individual just happened to be the only person in the area of an intercepted helicopter air drop (drugs) when he was contacted. Strange coincidence huh?

Update 04-24-14: It just occurred to me that most readers probably won't know what a '426 flag' is. It's a police clearing/dispatch code that means gang member, gang activity or gang affiliate. The county police database system (i520) uses such codes and certain people are 'flagged' with a flashing red asterisk next to their names to let officers know that there may be a higher officer safety (OFS) risk associated with those individuals. The point of this communication was that there's a discrepancy if one group is flagged and another like group is not. If one should be, then they all should be.
i520 '426' Flags Email - Kevin Mede - Redacted

My original email is in the middle area of Kevin's response.

There are many examples of this, but this is another fine example of Mede saying one thing, agreeing with me, at least in writing, but doing different and later claiming something else entirely. ie; Hell's Angels 'conspiracy theory.'

Now I spoke with Kevin and I showed him exactly what I am referring to in this email. Kevin acknowledged what I told him, he affirmed the source of the information and agreed that it was peculiar that Whatcom County was identifying Bandidos, Amigo's, Canyon Riders etc (red & gold clubs) in the county database as such, but that Hell's Angels were not being identified the same way.

Now a person can have their views on these 1%'er clubs and we don't even need to agree with what they are or what they are not, but I would think that most of us would agree that if you're going to flag one club as dangerous and worthy of special handling, then you probably should be handling both sets as such.

Kevin agreed. At least as of the point in time of this email. That was until he was 'convinced' of the necessity to change his mind and adopt Elfo's 'conspiracy theory' narrative.

To the best of my knowledge, the HA members, transients and affiliates that have been contacted in this area have still not been identified in i520 and Kevin never did get back to me. Probably too busy getting ready for his Elfo campaign video I guess.

Side note: This individual just happened to be the only person in the area of an intercepted helicopter air drop (drugs) when he was contacted. Strange coincidence huh?

Update 04-24-14: It just occurred to me that most readers probably won't know what a '426 flag' is. It's a police clearing/dispatch code that means gang member, gang activity or gang affiliate. The county police database system (i520) uses such codes and certain people are 'flagged' with a flashing red asterisk next to their names to let officers know that there may be a higher officer safety (OFS) risk associated with those individuals. The point of this communication was that there's a discrepancy if one group is flagged and another like group is not. If one should be, then they all should be.

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Published by: PRMurphy on Apr 24, 2014
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