Trial Coverage Day Two: The Murder Of Father John Mast
Lewiston, ID August 23, 2023 (The Oklahoma Post) –
Day two of the trial against James Brashear begins today. The video link is below. The State of Idaho has taken up the prosecution of James R. Brashear for the family of homicide victim John A. Mast, his children, and his close friends. Day two of the trial is today. The murdered man’s father, along with Steven R. Mast, Michael W. Mast, and Betty R. Troyer, who are John Mast’s siblings, are seeking justice. The cowardly defendant is James R. Brashear, charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of John Mast. The predator and co-conspirator, Rebecca Brashear-Mast, is the mother and is expected to also face justice for her crimes.
When watching the trial, please keep the Mast family in your prayers and take action! Consider a donation to the John Mast Foundation. The John Mast Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization, established to help parents alienated from their children due to divorce, separation, and/or wrongful allegations. The John Mast Foundation is a volunteer organization that currently has no paid staff. All money donated is used to identify legal and educational resources to help affected parents and children. You will receive a receipt for your records that verifies your donation.
Bryce Scrimsher, the County Sheriff, is associated with the domestic terror group, the “Constitutional Sheriff” Association. The association is a small group of law enforcement officers known for harassment, perjury in court proceedings, election denial, conspiracy, and obstruction of justice against the rights of the citizens which the “Constitutional Sheriffs” are elected to preserve.
Mr. John Mast, a 40-year-old North Dakota man, was expecting to pick up his children in the parking lot of the Lewiston Rosauers grocery store on a Friday evening but was violently murdered by his former father-in-law. Tragically, John A. Mast died a short time later at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center from multiple gunshot wounds.
The victim’s family had not been able to have relations with the children due to the mother and James Brashear withholding and alienating John Mast from his children. Parental alienation describes a process in which a child becomes estranged from their parents due to the psychological manipulation of the other parent or government agency. It’s a part of their arsenal of hate and revenge perhaps, to achieve their ends. No federal or state laws regulating parental alienation exist in the United States, but most believe the practice is child abuse.
The public trial footage from Idaho, on this site, is provided via live video feed; courtesy of Dad Talk Today. Dad Talk Today was started in 2019 by founder Eric Carroll to promote the challenges men and fathers are facing. Family court is a multi-billion dollar industry that profits off the destruction of families. In three short years, Dad Talk has grown a following of over 600,000 people who are affected by this broken system. Dad Talk Today aims to encourage and educate parents as to what is going on and how to prevent it from happening to other parents.
(Writing by Robbie Robertson; Editing by Robbie Robertson)
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