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CA 93202Age: 25 Birthdate: 1986-10-22 Gender: M
Height: 5 ft. 6 in.
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: HazelOffense: ORAL COPULATION WITH A MINOR UNDER 16 YEARS OF AGE AND OFFENDER IS 21 OR MORE YEARS OF AGE
“The jail said 29-year-old Jeffery Don Walton was arrested in July for failing to register as a sex offender and delivering marijuana to a person under 18.”
A real Sex Pervert was discovered hiding among the the alleged Cool Folks of Eugene. This is why he resisted arrest. The mob of fifty people hanging out in the park, became enraged. They were like hysterical primates. They screeched at, and rushed the Eugene Police. They rained profanity down on them. The mob of wanna-be hip folks, dehumanized the police. They attacked and insulted their sexual being. The word “AMBUSHED” was used. This is exactly what Belle Burch and Alley Valkyrie wanted to happen to me. How about Ambrose Holtham-Keathly, was he hoping I would fear for my life – and keep my mouth shut?
“If you see him in your neighborhood, on the street, or anywhere, call him out. Expose him.”
You can see how afraid the police are – and they got guns, batons, and mace! They also got each other, and back-up. I would have no one on my side if I was ambushed on my way to a City Hall Meeting, or the meeting of the Whiteaker board. I stayed away from the downtown knowing there were real criminals opperating there. All Alley has to do is point me out to some dark dude with a skull on his cap, and he comes up behind me – and sinks his knife in my back!
Did Walton have to flee California because enraged parents caught him sexually abusing their daughter? What better place to hide than the SLEEPS SANCTUARY. How would you like to meet Walton in a dark alley? What would you want to do to him if you caught him selling drugs to your child, then, luring her up to his Love Pad?
After Valkyries first threat, I told her Belle did not ask me never to contact her again, nor did she file a police report. Fifteen minutes later, Belle calls and insists I never call her. Meanwhile, Valkyrie is on the phone with the EPD. Two officers of the Springfield Police Department were at my house the same day reading Valkyries threat on my computer. Hey, what about the Homeless? It’s not about them, it’s about GETTING POWER!
Two years ago, or more, THE OCCUPY POLICE DEPARTMENT WAS BORN. Above is a mug shot of Belle Burche’s lover, Ambrose. These Love Birds got arrested together, therefore, I get to write about them – TILL KINGDOM COME! The OPD does not respect Freedom of the Press, but will fight for the Right of Child Abusers to do their thing un-molested by THEIR COMPETITION. Not only do they get to be THE LAW BREAKERS, they get to be -THE LAW. They also get to be VENGEFUL REGULATORS of the news media. Did Walton try to shut his victim up? This SCUM could do it with a – LOOK – the same look he gave the cop who told him he was being detained.
“No one tells me what to do! I’m a anarchist!”
Above is a photo of Alley Vallyrie being arrested for Trespassing in a bank. Belle is seen Trespassing in Jon Riuz’s office. I will post on the war OCCUPY and SLEEPS declared on the City Manager.
A citizen of Eugene defends Walton not knowing all the facts.
“This is a human being. Not a piece of scum!”
No one has ever come to my defense in the last two years.
I told Belle and Alley Valkyrie I am a registered newspaper in Lane County, and I owe it to my peers not to cave to threats and demands. These threats were carried out, and Alley posted on the Mayor of Eugene’s Facebook disgraceful slander. On Alley’s facebook I read physical threats made by her friends. Not one word have I removed. I am in solidarity with the People of France and Paris.
“Please, go ahead and blog my threat.
You have no fucking idea what you’re getting yourself into
You also have no idea how many people are already on to you, and how many people have my back. We also have six other mutual friends who are going to learn about your behavior ASAP
And just so you know as well: if you write anything about me that could be construed as defamatory, you will be hearing from my lawyers ASAP.”
Alley Valkyrie posted to Kitty Piercy
This man’s name is John Gregory Presco, DOB 10/8/1946. He lives in Springfield, Oregon.
He frequents Eugene, especially the Whiteaker neighborhood, and regularly shows up at activist events. He is a stalker, a harasser, and an obsessed de…lusional sicko.
If you need a concrete example of his behavior and why I am posting this, his delusional writings can be found at https://rosamondpress.wordpress.com/
If you see him in your neighborhood, on the street, or anywhere, call him out. Expose him. Make it known that you will not accept and tolerate someone who harasses and obsesses over young women in our community. This man is a very sick individual. Anyone who deliberately makes women feel unsafe should not be tolerated in this or any community.
The banks targeted included Umpqua, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, U.S. Bank and Chase. Bike cops whizzed around as the protesters made their way from the plaza to their first stop at Umpqua Bank and began their skit. Several protesters, cast as trees, stood in front of the bank’s glass doors and were chain-sawed down by a bearded Matthew Hawks cast as Allyn Ford, chairman of Umpqua’s Board of Directors.
Hawks said Umpqua was targeted along with the larger banks because in 2008 it accepted almost $215 million in bailout money it didn’t need. Umpqua returned its bailout funds on Feb. 17, 2010, according to Pro-Publica.
The protesters hoped to capture the collusion between the bank and logging of old-growth forests done by Roseburg Forest Products, a company owned by Ford, according to Hawks. “The timber barons are part of the 1 percent,” he said.
After the skit the protest divided into affinity groups and spread out to the five banks for the next several hours. The numbers of protesters fluctuated through the day, with numbers estimated at up to 200. Groups of protesters blocked doors to the banks by sitting down and linking arms. Bank of America and Chase Bank requested the aid of the Eugene Police Department. Umpqua, Wells Fargo and U.S. Bank closed their doors for several hours until the protests ended.
Both protesters and passersby commented on the calmness of the EPD during the protest, in contrast to protests in years past where EPD used Tasers and pepper spray.
Police Chief Pete Kerns said that from EPD’s perspective the arrests weren’t handled any differently from previous protests. He said “Every time we learn there will be a protest in Eugene we try to find out who the organizations are and work together with them.” He said, “Ideally it would be lawful; in this case it wasn’t, but I think that was the intent of the protest — commit the crime of criminal trespass.” Kerns said EPD has been in touch with Occupy Eugene “constantly since before the first march.” He said the police sat down with the group before that march and Occupy was “very cooperative and helpful, and that’s the way it’s been ever since.”
Zachery Quale, one of the 17 arrested, said before he was arrested at Bank of America, he went to the Wells Fargo protest and closed his account. He said when he was arrested at the rear entrance to BofA, “the police were very gentle, kind, and courteous.”
Quale said as more arrestees were put in the paddy wagon, they began to make jokes such as “at least we are carpooling.” In response to the songs and chants that continued from inside the wagon, (“We’re not the ones that you should be arresting!”), he said police officers made jokes such as “Hey, don’t yell at me, I’m in a credit union, too!” and in response to the protesters singing of “Solidarity forever!” one officer responded: “Now! Just the altos and tenors!”
Fellow arrestee Terra Williams, who was arrested at Chase Bank, said she became involved in the bank protest because “the big banks have gotten away with illegally foreclosing on millions of families since 2008, among other crimes, but this was the big one that lit a fire under me.” She adds, “Participating in the protest was my way of saying, ‘people are waking up and we’re not going to forget this.’”
Williams said protests such as this create a dialogue, “I had no intention of being arrested that afternoon, but I’m glad I did, because it’s helped move the public discourse to focus on these injustices which has been a personal goal of mine.”
Full interviews with some of the arrestees can be found here. — Camilla Mortensen and Andrew Hitz