GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY
DISTRICT COURT, Aberdeen, WA
Protection & Harassment
SHELLEY A. FAIRBAIRN
Petitioner NO. 12-2-0231
DAVID M. MASTERS AFFIDAVIT
I, DAVID M. MASTERS of Aberdeen, Washington, United States of America, MAKE OATH AND SAY AS FOLLOWS:
On February 29, 2012, at 9:49 a.m. I was visited by Deputy Polly Davin from the Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Office. She said that she had a report of a violation of a protection order from Shelley Fairbairn. She said that in the report, Shelley stated that on February 25th at around 11:00 a.m. that I sent her the following text message from my cell phone:
You should reconsider. It won’t hurt you that way.
Which would have been a clear violation of the temporary order, had I sent it. I did not.
Richard, on the other hand, has the ability to send text messages (and make phone calls) from his cell phone and masking the number of origin information in the caller ID. He could have easily simply programmed my cell phone number in there and sent the text to Shelley.
Shelley has knowledge of Richard Bennett’s ability to do this.
I do not know whether this was done with Shelley’s knowledge, or not. But knowing Shelley and Richard, the way I do, I know that this was an attempt by Shelley and Richard to discredit me (and Richard and Shelley would love it, if I was arrested, as that’s what Richard’s been trying to have done to me ever since my step-son’s death).
This violation is an open case at the Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Department, case number 12-2693
I have provided all of my cell phone access records, and signed releases authorizing the Sheriff’s Department at the Grays Harbor County Courthouse to investigate the origin of this text.
Fraudulent entrapment, deceit and lies; these are what are to be expected from convicted felon, Richard W. Bennett, and now Shelley Fairbairn as she conspires with him.
Note: The method of sending a SMS (cell phone text message) with the sender’s Caller ID masked (or falsified) is commonly referred to as, “SMS Spoofing,” and can be done from an Internet capable cell phone, or computer with Internet access, using a downloadable application. This is common knowledge amongst technologically-empowered con artists.
I swear that all that I have said above to be accurate and true, dated this 1st day of March, 2012.
David M. Masters, Respondent