14 July 2007

KingCast says in New Hampshire, the cops can spy on you but Kelly Ayotte says you can't have any information on them, especially in Franconia shooting

As this email indicates, there is substantial movement in this country toward transparent government, as noted in the first post where I set forth some of the developing law. Certainly the State's loss in the Theodosopoulos case one year ago in a slightly different context could be signaling a movement toward such transparency, with some attendant fairness and accountability so lacking in Franconia.

The entire email is in the comments section, but I end it with this:

This is not a State v. Laurie, 139 N.H. 325 (1995) case: This is a case in which the State has provided a plethora of negative information about the backgrounds of Liko Kenney, some information about the background of Gregory Floyd (although more should have been provided to the public which is Section II of the pending lawsuit) but absolutely nothing about Bruce McKay. Perhaps it might not be as large of an issue were it not for the scores of material discrepancies that I have delineated in this matter, and as referenced in an email to you yesterday morning from a Franconia citizen that will become part of the KingCast pleadings as a public record. Moreover, there is the fact that Attorney Ayotte was on Actual Notice of the Tim Stephenson complaint, which involved an improper threat of violence from McKay toward Mr. Stephenson.

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It seems like men like Chief Dunn can carry secret files on me going back 5 years or more ....but I can't get any information on them in their professional capacity and they carry weapons and the power to arrest?

Live Free or Die, right?

There's my lawyers chatting up another one of Kelly's buddies, Prosecutor Bill Albrecht. Let's listen in, shall we?
"Hey Bill"
"Whaddya want?"
"You're about to go out under an ethics investigation, fool."

6 comments:

Christopher King said...

Yeah that's Kelly and Peter Heed's good buddy Martin J. Dunn pictured with his now infamous secret file on me.

He wrote back at some point so P.O.'d that I caught him with it (see this Rule 98 post) that he tried to get me locked up on a bail revocation for taking his picture:

Read the Dunn Fires on King post to see what Marty did when we took his picture.

"King was there, with some woman with a big camera who appeared to be foreign and whom I suspect might be his paramour...."

Now of course I'll never kiss and tell, but how funny is that, what a jealous creep. Angel was hot, too :)

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Anyway, here's the email:

Date: Sat, 14 Jul 2007 00:20:13 -0700 (PDT)
From: "Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com
Subject: State v. Theodosopoulos and under which section of RSA 91-A 5 are you denying access to McKay's personnel file?
To: Kelly.Ayotte@doj.nh.gov, Jeffery.Strelzin@doj.nh.gov, bud.fitch@dohj.nh.gov, jlavely@salmonpress.com, dmullen@ranspell.com, Andrew@RightToknowNH.org


Dear Attorneys Mullen, Ayotte and Strelzin:

Let's try to effectuate judicial economy here so when we get to court everything is narrowed:

Exactly which sections of RSA 91-A 5 are you invoking in the 11 July 2007 letter to me in which you state that you are upholding Chief Montminy's edict?

http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/VI/91-A/91-A-5.htm

I have been aware for some time when we acquired Chief Dunn's personnel file for in camera inspection before former AG John P. Arnold in that failed case against me that RSA 105 13b delineates access for an officer who is a witness in a particular case, but obviously those concerns are not before us at this time.

http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/VII/105/105-13-b.htm

And of course since many towns, cities and states (including my home state of Ohio) as noted in this post:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2007/07/kingcast-warns-ransmeier-spellmans-dan.html

...have Sunshine Laws the grant wide-ranging access to police officer personnel files

http://www.zwire.com/site/printerFriendly.cfm?brd=1698&dept_id=21849&newsid=14895237

I'm just asking you how you think your arguments will fare in Court, given that New Hampshire is allegedly known for giving its citizens more, not less liberties when it comes to control and review of its public officers.

You just lost Theodosopoulos last year:

http://216.239.51.104/search?q=cache:-CSzN5xsLI4J:www.nh.gov/judiciary/supreme/opinions/2006/petnh023.pdf+RSA+105:13-b&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=3&gl=us

.....in an exculpatory situation and I believe the Court is going to proceed in that general direction toward open and transparent Government, but feel free to take that walk with me if you like.

This is not a State v. Laurie, 139 N.H. 325 (1995) case: This is a case in which the State has provided a plethora of negative information about the backgrounds of Liko Kenney, some information about the background of Gregory Floyd (although more should have been provided to the public which is Section II of the pending lawsuit) but absolutely nothing about Bruce McKay. Perhaps it might not be as large of an issue were it not for the scores of material discrepancies that I have delineated in this matter, and as referenced in an email to you yesterday morning from a Franconia citizen that will become part of the KingCast pleadings as a public record. Moreover, there is the fact that Attorney Ayotte was on Actual Notice of the Tim Stephenson complaint, which involved an improper threat of violence from McKay toward Mr. Stephenson.

It seems like men like Chief Dunn can carry secret files on me going back 5 years or more:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2006/05/kingcast-presents-back-to-chief-dunn.html

....but I can't get any information on them in their professional capacity and they carry weapons and the power to arrest?

Live Free or Die, right?

Very truly yours,

Christopher King, J.D.
KingCast.net
Justiceforkids.net

Christopher King said...

Pay attention to this Rule 98 post because it's going to be a part of the filing.

Everything the State has ever done to me is going to come back at them with a vengeance.

Anonymous said...

Ba ba ba BOOYAHHH! --- jim cramer

Anonymous said...

Can't sop this now. They haven't even begun to realize what they have started here. The more they lie and withhold the worse it gets for them and the better it gets for us. They are digging a very large hole for themselves over the lies told and the truths untold over these two men that now lie in the ground.

In reality they have given us a great platform because the citizens that know the the truth become more determined due to the injustice of it all. Ayotte and Strelzin have become the bullies trying to knock us down but we are many and they are few. There are supporters to this cause in NH, Vermont, Mass, Connecticut and all of New England.
There are people in Florida, Virginia..............

They have made their beds.....

Anonymous said...

great post as per usual debby, thank you!
anonymuss

Anonymous said...

bear with me folks, but....

these tragic deaths are not a mystery. they were witnessed by caleb and first responders, regardless of whether mckay rendered him partially impaired during the event. the personal histories of the involved parties are well known, both individually, and their interactive histories, as well.
so, the obvious question...why, then, are we (townspeople/interested citizens) forced to pull, tease, seek, and drag information from the state? is this complete lack of accountability BUSINESS AS USUAL, chris? unique to NH, or a standard political process everywhere?

maura murray's death is a complete mystery, and equally heartbreaking. her father is even less able to access the truth, given the facts are less evident.

i trust this stellar citizen investigation and effort will yield a positive result...but i feel immense distaste for the process we are forced to pursue.

TL