02 September 2005

King subpoenas National NAACP

Regard this article for irony -- apparently nobody, including NAACP area presidents, know the friggin' rules of the organization, yet they wanna bust on me for what one of their own presidents did. Wow.

THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
SUPERIOR COURT

HILLSBOROUGH, SS
SOUTHERN DISTRICT
Case No.05-C-217

CHRISTOPHER KING, J.D.
v.
GLORIA TIMMONS
MELANIE LEVESQUE
MARTIN DUNN,

In their individual and official capacities,
Defendants.

SUBPOENA FOR DOCUMENT PRODUCTION

To Angela Ciccolo, Esq., Interim General Counsel for the NAACP:
Pursuant to New Hampshire Superior Court Rule 35(b)(1) you are hereby commanded to merely provide documents under protective order if desired, for a document production, to be held on Wednesday, 14 August, 2005 at 15 Beasom Street, Nashua, New Hampshire 03064. You are specifically required to provide true and accurate copies of any and all documents, including letters of reprimand, praise, and/or anything indicating that criminal or civil proceedings would ensue, that were issued by the NAACP with regard to the situation in which Ernest Johnson, President of the Louisiana NAACP State Conference, used NAACP letterhead without NAACP Executive Committee or CEO approval to sue for Constitutional violations of convicted murder suspect “C-Miller,” f/k/a “C-Murder” as the NAACP claimed in an 8 April, 2005 press release at Attachment 1.

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