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Former Everett firefighter on sexual predator list accused of rape, stripped of award presented to him by EFD

By Josh Resnek

Wendy Poste, a lifelong Everett resident, has been trying to bring to justice former Everett fire fighter Albert Murphy, who she claims, drugged her and raped her in Salisbury in 2019.

The former firefighter is believed to have moved to Mexico.

Poste’s efforts to prosecute a rape charge against the former firefighter have been ongoing since the alleged rape.

Reports of the alleged rape were filed with the Salisbury Police Department.

Law enforcement has not positively responded to her repeated accusations for justice claiming there is not enough evidence to sustain her rape claims.

Further discovery reveals that former Everett firefighter Murphy pleaded guilty to indecent assault and battery of a child under 14 years of age in Salisbury in 1996.

Despite this finding, Murphy continued to serve and was given an award, despite the apparent knowledge of his guilty plea by law enforcement officials and the fire chief.

Murphy is a lifetime year to year reporter to the Sexual Predators List as a result of the indecent assault and battery of a child.

The award he received from the Everett Fire Department was stripped from the former firefighter last week by the Fire Service Commission on September 15, 2022.

Also, the Fire Commission set a new and detailed Criteria for Fire Service Awards as a result.

Everett officials have not responded to Poste’s pleas for justice.

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