21 November 2007

Hey KingCast, it's 3 a.m. shouldn't you finish those damn Attachments already?

Yeah, I prolly should. So I did. There will be some serious Yerba Mate ingested prior to work tomorrow though :)

And I'm off! Woke up all right and ready to rock'n'roll to the post office, still wondering exactly how Gregory W. Floyd got away with this.


Christopher King said...

15 Beasom Street
Nashua, New Hampshire 03064

21 November 2007:

Re: KingCast v. NH AG Kelly Ayotte et al. RSA 91-A Motion for Declaratory Judgment relative to the Franconia Shooting Tragedy.

Dear Clerk of Courts:

Enclosed please find a copy of Plaintiff’s Supplemental Attachments as Lettered and numbered; a copy has been sent to Defendants via counsel of record. Each document contains a KingCast Bates-style identification ranging from “KS1” to “KS95” reflecting “King Supplemental no.___” and so forth.

Plaintiff anticipates that there will be additional documents over the course of time, and he will file them as they arise or pursuant to any particular Order from the Court.

Again, Plaintiff thanks you for your attention, care and concern in this matter.

Very truly yours,

Christopher King, J.D.
On behalf of KingCast.net

cc: Franconia Collective
Worldwide Web
blind copies


CASE NO. 07-E-268

Plaintiff, JUDGE:______________________


Defendants. )


Now comes Plaintiff pro se, pursuant to RSA 91-A, the Freedom of Information Act, the First Amendment to the Unites States Constitution and any and all applicable decisional law, to posit these Attachments in Bates-stamp style as enumerated “KS__” for “KingCast Supplemental page__.” Plaintiff to timely supplement as discovery is ongoing.

Respectfully submitted,

Christopher King, J.D.
Plaintiff pro se

1. Previously filed. Affidavit regarding 13-page complaint on Bruce McKay and knife near woman’s “abdomen.”

2. Affidavit from Citizen L regarding Bruce McKay’s alleged suspension for Fox Hill Park activity with Citizen Jesseman RSA 91-A requests and Affidavit.

3. Affidavit regarding Gregory Floyd’s threatening activities.

4. Background on Plaintiff, including NH Mayoral Commendation on First Amendment and Right-to-Know. KS 1-5

5. Defendant Ayotte’s letter to Plaintiff on importance of RSA 91-A. KS 6-7.

6. Correspondence on Fox Hill Park & RSA 91-A between Plaintiff and Defendant Montminy. KS 8-10

7. Correspondence between Plaintiff and all Defendants and counsel, commencing with denial of any and all aspects of Bruce McKay’s personnel file by Franconia Administrative Assistant Sally Small commences at KS 11-39. KS 40 is omitted. KS 41-58 contains documents discovered by Plaintiff that Defendants refused to provide as noted per with Letter from Defendant Ayotte’s office at KS 39. Documents KS 44-51 are marked with red #1-7 to correspond with the seven (7) items noted at KS 39. The Documents at KS 44-56 were culled by Plaintiff through the NH Department of Safety Counsel Marta Modigliani and KS 57-58 were obtained from a concerned parent who filed said complaint with Defendant selectmen and time contemporaneous with its writing. Documents KS 59-62 replicate recent (15 November 2007) correspondence to Counsel for Franconia Defendants who failed to respond to the attached RSA 91-A Request of 28 August, 2007.

8. Court decisions and related Motions and Memoranda Contra relative to Unconstitutional Fox Hill Park arrests. KS 63-79.

9. Previously filed as part of Appendix E. Another part of the email chain of correspondence between Defendant Ayotte and former AG H.B. in which Defendant Ayotte claims that all witness statements are consistent regarding Gregory W. Floyd’s actions, and asserts that Bruce McKay never had his hand on his gun before Liko Kenney commenced shooting. KS 80-81.

10. Previously filed. Pictures of Bruce McKay OC Spraying Liko Kenney and Caleb Macaulay and the tyre tracks behind McKay’s 5,500lb. Tahoe.

11. Previously filed. Pictures of bullet hole at base of Liko Kenney’s windshield and of drawings depicting bullet trajectory and angles in the McKenzie carport and barn.

12. Serry Hayward, Tim Stephenson and Liko Kenney. KS 82.

13. Information on Franconia police pursuit and OC Spray policies. KS 83-86

14. Correspondence between NH AG staff and elected officials including State Rep. Martha McLeod, wife of Franconia Selectman Rich McLeod in which she writes regarding KingCast “I seriously doubt he is interested in doing my little community any good but perhaps is interested in exploiting our situation for his own purposes, whatever those might be.” KS 87-90.

15. Defendant Ayotte admits her investigation was complete within 24 hours, on Saturday, 12 May 2007. KS 91.

16. Ethics complaint filed by KingCast the precipitated production of three (3) new audio recordings of material witnesses conducted on or about 11-12 May, 2007. KS 92-95.

17. Previously filed pictures of Liko Kenney and Gregory W. Floyd.

18. Previously filed. Correspondence to Senator Gallus and other State officials from Franconia Recovery and Reconciliation Committee member Gary Harwood.

19. Previously filed. Correspondence between Defendant Ayotte and citizen John P regarding RSA 91-A and Right-to-Know burdens and responsibilities.


I, the undersigned, solemnly swear a true and accurate copy of the foregoing Supplemental Attachments was sent, via Regular U.S. Mail to Defendants at:

Nancy Smith, Esq.
James Kennedy, Esq.
c/o NH AG Kelly Ayotte, Esq.
33 Capitol Street
Concord, NH 03301

Daniel Mullen, Esq.
c/o Ransmeier & Spellman
One Capitol Street
Concord, NH 03301

This 21st day of November, 2007

On behalf of KingCast.net
Plaintiff pro se

Diane said...

Hey Chris ~

It's my dad's birthday today and I know he's smiling down on the work you are doing, that we are doing.

Stay strong. The truth shall be revealed.

Happy Thanksgiving,


Christopher King said...

Thanks Diane.

I wished Attorney Mullen a Happy Holiday as well.

Are we in motion on that particular Action Item?

Namaste my Sister.

Diane said...

We are. There's a little 'somthin, somthin' on the way to you in the mail.


Christopher King said...

Got it.

Game on.