30 October 2007

KingCast says Nashua Telegraph's Kevin Landrigan knows Franconia Police Chief Montminy violated RSA 91-A on the Unconstitutional Fox Hill Park arrests

Sure he knows. Read the 3 July 2007 email in the comments section noting that Defendant Montminy failed to tell me when he would provide documents showing how Fox Hill Park was a "suspicious place" as claimed by Bruce McKay the night he beat up Liko Kenney. Not only did he fail to tell me when he would produce the documents, he tried to charge me overtime for their production. Come to find out four (4) months later he doesn't have squat.

No police report, no use of force report (watch town Attorney Daniel Mullen try to explain THATright here) and all the Court cases from Fox Hill Park before Judge Cyr were dismissed for Civil Rights violations, specifically Fourth Amendment violations. Got the JPEGs right here, and for you newbies, a short film right here:

The lawsuit.
The short film.
The community outcry.

Related post: Why was Liko carrying a gun?


Christopher King said...

Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2007 09:42:38 -0700 (PDT)
From: "Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com
Subject: Supplemental note on Right-to-Know request on Fox Hill Park.
To: "Franconia Police Department" police@franconianh.org, selectmen@franconianh.org
CC: kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com, klandrigan@nashuatelegraph.com


Dear Chief Montminy:

On further review I believe this defines your
obligations pursuant to RSA 91-A:

Access To Public Records

Any citizen may examine public records during the
regular or business hours of the public body at its
place of business. The right to examine the records includes the right to take notes or photographs or to make abstracts or photocopies. A public body may charge the actual cost of the photocopy, if a photocopy machine is used, or any other fee required by law.

If the public body maintains records in a computer
storage system, it may provide a printout of any
record reasonably described and which can be produced in a manner that does not reveal confidential information. With respect to data in a computer storage system, the public body is not required to compile such data into a format that does not already exist.

If the information has been compiled in a convenient form, the public body cannot refuse to supply it in that form, although the public body does not have to compile the information for the person making the request.

If a public body is unable to make a record
immediately available for inspection, it has five
business days to either: (a) make the record
available; (b) deny the request in writing, giving the reasons; (c) give written acknowledgment of the request and a statement of the time needed to grant or deny the request.

Please advise if you anticipate on problems proceeding within the framework provided by the New Hampshire legislature.

Very truly yours,

Christopher King, J.D.


--- Christopher King kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com

Dear Chief Montminy:

I am not aware that you are allowed to charge anything more than reasonable copying expenses for this request.

Please notify me today of any authority you have to the contrary, but proceed regardless.

Very truly yours,

Christopher King, J.D.


Franconia Police Department
police@franconianh.org wrote:

Dear Mr. King;

I am in receipt of your request for records concerning Fox Hill Park for the past 10 years and/or longer. This will take some time and will involve overtime cost to have an officer research this request.

If you would like to proceed with this, please let me know if you are willing to cover the expenses.

Thank you,
Chief Mark Montminy

Anonymous said...

I think the only suspicous activity going on back there in Fox Hill are the bears that used to raid the Hillwinds dumpsters(a now defunct restaurant/bar Gail River-side), mountain biking, kids sledding, and maybe some kids firing their BB guns at cans. The only reason, as a kid who grew up in Franconia, can see the Fox Hill parking lot as suspicous is that they used to get upset when they caught us starting campfires in the area. Hardly anything to deem the area suspicious.

Christopher King said...

Ahhh, but to Bruce McKay anything and anybody he didn't like was suspicious.

Sometimes he even brought a non-spec, penis-shaped knife to the party, when he really wanted to keep a woman in her place.