02 October 2007

KingCast v. NH AG Ayotte et al, RSA 91-A Right-to-Know lawsuit in Grafton Superior 07-E-268: "May it please the Court...."

"Your Honor, we are here today because the people of New Hampshire demand an answer to their questions. Defendant Ayotte completely failed to adequately monitor the Right-to-Know Commission and she has presented no explanation for the bullet hole in Liko Kenney's windshield while she claims that Gregory Floyd was unarmed when Liko ran Bruce McKay over. Meanwhile, the Franconia Defendants completely failed to offer timely or appropriate responses.... We come to you because you are all we've got left, and we put our Faith in you to Do the Right Thing."

Read more in the comments section on this; meanwhile review the representive photo of deep contemplation of former NH AG John P. Arnold, in another botched case by NH Law Enforcement, including Defendant Ayotte:

2 comments:

Christopher King said...

From Topix:

6 hrs ago
Regardless, RSA-91 clearly states a response of some kind must be done within 5 business days. The town failed to do so as required by NH law. Let's see what else is in NH law? It's RSA-92, requiring elected officials and public appointees to take an oath to uphold the NH Constituion and NH's laws. What else does it say? Violators of said oath should be dismissed. Sounds like the town should clean house as they are clearly in violation of RSA-91, no?

RSA 92:2 Oath Required. No person chosen or appointed to any public office or to any position where an oath is required, under any law, shall exercise such office or position or perform any act therein until he shall make and subscribe the oath or declaration as prescribed by part 2, article 84 of the constitution of New Hampshire, and any such person who violates said oath after taking the same shall be forthwith dismissed from the office or position involved.

Anonymous said...

91-A:15 Report. –
The commission shall make an annual report beginning on November 1, 2005, together with its findings and any recommendations for proposed legislation to the speaker of the house of representatives, the senate president, and the governor.

If the 2004 report is there and the 2005 report is there, it seems that the 2006 report deadline may be Nov. 1, 2007.