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By: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter
Syndicated by: Montana News
Missoula woman obtains Order of Protection which did little to no good in protecting her from Roderick Adolph Pahl who describes himself as "a reincarnation of two serial killers, Wayne Nance, and Jeffery Dahmer."
According to Court documents in case# CV-2018-235-OP Roderick Adolph Pahl had been threatening to hurt Jane Doe by kidnapping and to "Stick he with needles" into Jane Doe.
ON December 17, 2018, Roderick Adolph Pahl was served with the Order of Protection.
ON December 23, 2018, a letter arrived in the mail for Jane Doe from Roderick Pahl that was very threatening to Jane Doe.
In that letter, he threatened to hurt Jane Doe by kidnapping her and threatening to stick her with needles.
Jane Doe, was extremely upset because she knew that she would be hurt badly if not killed by Roderick Adolph Pahl if she did not receive any help.
In Pahl's letter that he wrote to the victim, he also wrote: "nothing will protect you and you will never be safe anywhere."
On December 25, 2018, multiple times Pahl tried to call Jane Doe on the phone. Missoula police spoke to Pahl who simply stated that he was not aware of any Protective Order.
Missoula police informed Pahl of those documents and then left.
On January 2, 2019, another male contacted the Missoula police to inform them of what he overheard. He stated to police that he believed that Pahl was going to harm Jane Doe soon and in a bad way.
Soon Pahly was trying to purchase back his firearms from a pawn shop where he had recently sold them.
On Jan 7, 2019, Pahl was trying to retrieve his vehicle that the Missoula Police Department had impounded. During that contact with the Missoula Police Department, Pahl stated that he was going to "kidnap" and "Poke her with METH needles and that she was the evilest person he the world."
Now since he had been released from jail he was going to take care of business. the woman was scared and was afraid that Pahly was actually going to make an attempt to kill her and that she feared for her safety. now that he was released from Police custody he would eventually come to her house and kill her since he knew where she lived.
Based on the verbal and written threats and various statements that Roderick Adolph Pahl made, Missoula police felt it was necessary to pick up Pahl and detain him for stalking a victim under who was under the protection of a restraining order.
This article was published by: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter License# USPA-ID-US/VI-01/29995