“But by-and-large, it’s been very easy to live here,” Perry said. “We have a friendly police force. But the police force in Jaffrey has not been as friendly. In Jaffrey, I’ve been stopped four times. I finally said you know, I don’t fit the profile of Jaffrey Center and I am being hassled by these people. I never got a ticket; I got kind of curiosity, like what are you doing here? But part of being black is you learn to live with white people.”Says King, "Actually, I've never had much of a race problem personally, but I definitely feel that Chief Dunn hates a bright, self-confident black guy like me having a go at him. No doubt about it."
But remember: He started this whole thing instead of just telling me that there was a confidential reliable informant in the Willie Toney wrongful arrest/police abuse matter when I had issued the NAACP Demand/Letter, which I simultaneously shared with our Nashua office and Boston President Alkins on 25 & 26 December, 2004, to discover that as of 20 Jan, 2005 -- well after Chief Dunn complained to the NAACP on 4 January, 2005 -- they still "loved and supported me." Until Chief Dunn brought that whip down, that is. Now NAACP & Chief Dunn are busom buddies, despite the fact that I had long since offered to talk with him at class (scroll down), and I had in fact directly referenced the Police Reports in the Demand Letter, so where he says NAACP issued a Demand Letter without research, that would be a gosh-darned lie.