"Shaking down: Learning form the master,"
In which you -- with your WMUR major interest self -- racially and ideologically profile Jesse Jackson and me and imply that I am going to prison when all along everything I did in the Willie Toney case was protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, yah. I may not agree with everything Jesse Jackson says or does even though I worked for him 23 years ago.
However you lack the journalistic integrity to stand by what you wrote, because you pulled the editorial and that sucks. Your paper sucks, too. It just smacks of right-wing hegemony and is best used for kitty box liner. Maybe Bruce McKay could have used it in his apartment were he left those cats go hungry, as reported to a KingCast affiliate by one well-sorted attorney landlord who was afraid to complain about McKay for fear he would get his ass beat. You know who it is and he's a trustee at an area Law School.
You removed it from your site after I smoked all of your LE buddies, includng NH AG Kelly Ayotte, fired Jaffrey Chief Martin Dunn and resigned-under ethics investigation Cheshire County Prosecutor Bill Albrecht. See para. 2.
I've got the actual document in my hands, with a pistol grip on my MacBook, violent as hell as the "Dangerous Black Man" that former American Tower Corp VeePee Jody Mitchell called me. Watch American Lawyer II and III over at KingCast.net, fool.
And I've got some other tasty treats for you coming soon.
As a journalist you lack any sort of integrity because you were wrong about the persecution against me when I was Southern NH NAACP Legal Chair and you were wrong about Liko and Bruce McKay now. And as you had all the evidence that I have, I must conclude that you are a bought-and-sold shill for LE and a corporate dupe, just like your buddy Kelly.
Yesterday I met two young ladies and one of their fathers on the way down to a Bob Weir concert. I shared with them my Bob Weir/Rusted Root concert experience near Pittsburgh in 2001 after a day of Mountainbiking and they shared the fact that Liko taught Chelsea how to swim, and he's a great guy. Sadly, Chelsea also told me that NH AG Kelly Ayotte gave a sorry-assed commencement speech at her high school recently and that my efforts to raise Civil Rights issues meant much more to her.
And then there's M.M., a fiftyish well-established professional who has been following this blawg for years who explained how McKay used to beat them and other families right out of the campgrounds for no reason. He calls me "Sir-Links-alot" with a smile. And he knows links and points of reference, having been a multiple winner on a Big game show that tests knowledge of topical events.
"And I read those links, Chris. Sometimes all day."
"He was such a ridiculous hard-ass for no reason. 'Your light's too bright', or whatever he had a hair across his ass about, they gave him carte blanche up there."
"Wow," I said.
"And one time I saw him get 22 people kicked out for no reason, just a family there with young kids, no Harleys or nothing. I hate to say he should have been killed, but........"
Just the facts.