Saturday, August 16, 2014
Robert Daskas Drops Case Against Pastor
The politically motived prosecutor, Robert Dasksa, has dropped his notion of seeking a Grand Jury against the pastor who defended women and children against a drunken assailant.
Statement Analysis indicated Veracity in the statements from the pastor and from eye witnesses.
The group was attacked by an intoxicated giant of a man, Link Ellignson, which was caught on video. Ellingson had threatened the group and attacked but died as a result of falling backward in the fight. This was back in June of 2013. Shortly afterwards, the prosecutor sent the pastor a letter saying no charges would be filed. A year later, he changed his mind.
The ambitious prosecutor refused to say why he was seeking charges. He had previously aborted a campaign which raised suspicion that he may have been targeting Robert Cox as an easy mark to make a name for himself. He dropped out for "family reasons", but gave no further details.