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Sgt. Kevin Mede, WCSO - Brady Letter

Sgt. Kevin Mede, WCSO - Brady Letter

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Sgt. Kevin Mede, WCSO - Brady Letter

This letter written by Whatcom County Prosecutor David McEachran is advising Sheriff Bill Elfo of 'potential impeachment information' pursuant to the requirements of Brady vs Maryland.

In other words, McEachran found that Mede misrepresented the facts by failing to include information in his official police reports related to a pretextual traffic stop leading to a criminal arrest, which Mede then later followed up with another report to add that information after-the-fact.

Now according to Bill Elfo, a Brady finding makes a deputy unfit to serve as a commissioned officer due to 'credibility concerns,' which should then mean that Kevin Mede is unfit to serve as a Whatcom County deputy sheriff.

It seems to me that someone was recently fired for a non-criminal employment matter where Brady was improperly applied (stretched to fit) in an attempt to clarify some information stated in error, in order to achieve a desired outcome,....termination.

Of course, Mede shouldn't have to worry, He campaigned for Elfo in the last election and I guess campaigning for the boss has it's advantages. This will be swept under the carpet in Elfo's office as if it never happened.

This letter was obtained through public disclosure request.
Sgt. Kevin Mede, WCSO - Brady Letter

This letter written by Whatcom County Prosecutor David McEachran is advising Sheriff Bill Elfo of 'potential impeachment information' pursuant to the requirements of Brady vs Maryland.

In other words, McEachran found that Mede misrepresented the facts by failing to include information in his official police reports related to a pretextual traffic stop leading to a criminal arrest, which Mede then later followed up with another report to add that information after-the-fact.

Now according to Bill Elfo, a Brady finding makes a deputy unfit to serve as a commissioned officer due to 'credibility concerns,' which should then mean that Kevin Mede is unfit to serve as a Whatcom County deputy sheriff.

It seems to me that someone was recently fired for a non-criminal employment matter where Brady was improperly applied (stretched to fit) in an attempt to clarify some information stated in error, in order to achieve a desired outcome,....termination.

Of course, Mede shouldn't have to worry, He campaigned for Elfo in the last election and I guess campaigning for the boss has it's advantages. This will be swept under the carpet in Elfo's office as if it never happened.

This letter was obtained through public disclosure request.

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Published by: PRMurphy on May 29, 2014
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