Seattle Deputy Fired for Trying to Intimidate Journalist for Taking PhotosBy Carlos Miller
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King County Sheriff’s Officer Patrick “K.C.” Saulet was the untouchable.
A veteran law enforcement officer who spent almost three decades racking up more than 100 complaints of abuse and misconduct against him with only a single demotion to show for it. A burly cop who was the epitome of the modern-day police officer, secure in the fact that he could get away with anything, even allegations from fellow deputies.
That is, until he came across Dominic Holden, a hipster-looking, bicycle-riding journalist with a smartphone and a pair of glasses to boot. Nothing Saulet couldn’t handle. Nothing he hadn’t seen before.
Or so he thought.