Do we need Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles or Helen Keller to connect the dots on this one, or what -- not to mention the fact that the underlying statute has been ruled Unconstitutional in Arizona -- ironically the second-to-last state to recognize Martin Luther King's birthday as a National Holiday. New Hampshire was Dead Last. What's really going on in Jaffrey; inquiring minds want to know.
Some people need to chill out, put on some Toots and the Maytals or something; get some love in their hearts and stop hatin' on people who expose potential police abuse. I danced on stage with Toots in Boston a few years ago, then the next year Johnny Mac (seen here with Legendary Bo Diddly) played guitar with him on that same stage. Now had I danced with Toots and Mac rippin' some guitar that would have been a hoot.
PS: If anyone had merely Googled my name at that time in or around November/December of 2004 -- a whole month before the Demand Letter, they would have seen what writer-producer Blankety-Blank saw -- my whole life story, including the suspension issue, thumbnailed in a Craig's List ad that eventually landed me my current primary film maker (received by me on 27 Dec. 2004) -- who spoke with Defendant Levesque about all of it prior to Big Trouble in Jaffrey. Here's a bit of what Blankety-Blank wrote me:Here's another one in my inbox on 30 Nov. 2004:
I may or may not be of assistance to you and your (interesting) project: My name is [also Blankety-Blank]. I am a XX year-old, Marin County-based businessman, writer, entrepreneur and inventor. I consult with selected people of special projects. Some of my clients are literary/film agents who specialize in documentaries. Another client is a best-selling author with whom I am working on a documentary at the present time (Warner Brothers just bought film rights for his novel, and is scheduled to begin a $150MM project in 2005).And they claim I was trying to hide what?