22 November 2007

KingCast says Defendant Ayotte looks enthused about receiving her 2007 First Amendment/RSA 91-A Christmas present: A Notice of Deposition.

Now comes Plaintiff, KingCast.net, pursuant to The First Amendment, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), RSA 91-A Right-to Know and New Hampshire Superior Court Rules 37 et seq. to posit this Notice of Deposition for Defendant Ayotte at her place of employment, which is approximately 600 feet from Attorney Mullen’s office for ease of access and convenience for all Defendants and Counsel.

Said Deposition to occur via analog stenographer and with video memorialization by the associates at Court Reporters NH, 800.830.8885 and shall be taken at 33 Capitol Street, Concord, NH 03301 and to commence promptly at 1:00 p.m. Friday, 14 December 2007 and to continue day-to-day as time requires.

Respectfully submitted,

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


When she comes, she knows she better be ready to address the infamous Sherman Helmsley Jive Turkey Thanksgiving post and the Ayotte intentionally hid Floyd Criminal History post.

And more.

Here's a short film for newbies.


Christopher King said...

Wilton Connecticut is beautiful. Gotta be 60 degrees out here and I climbed around in the woods for a while after I moved the SAAB to make room for my Auntie who drove down from Manchester.

The smells in the woods here are so inviting and warm and remind me of the better parts of living here, like year-round motorcycle or mountainbike rides without pain from the cold :)

First Course, prepared by Mom:

Oven-roasted turkey (13lb), homemade mac'n'cheese, Waldorf salad, Mustard/Turnip greens mix (nice and pleasantly bitter), dressing (Pepperidge farm-based they are right down the street in Westport) and Turkey with homemade gravy and a petit soupcon of Valelapinta Rueda 2006, nice but a tad light for my tastes, next time I'll go for the gusto and pimp a bottle of Sauvignon blanc, go out heavyweight style and straight to the couch.

Nice to have a sister in corporate death America; somebody's gotta' make the loot. Plus she's got two kids.

And boy are they beautiful :)

Next we're headed out to see some friends and see what they got in their cupboard....

And then tomorrow I'll select a Court Reporter and mail the Notice of Deposition after I finish actively engaging in my food coma.

Christopher King said...

And this will be a great one for Justice because it's a lose-lose for Kelly.

First off, I know I'm good. So I'm not worried about coming off unprofessional or unresearched or any of those baseless allegations that have been thrown my direction from time-to-time. So that will be a loss for her once I get done asking my questions, and they will be open-ended but scathing.

Second, if she fights the video deposition then that won't look good for her, either.

Best for her to Cowboy up and step on in the ring and assume responsibility for her (in)actions.

We got your back, Liko.

Sorry we didn't have you on the frontside -- but speaking for me personally Defendant Ayotte is part of the reason I didn't -- as astute readers of this blawg are very well aware.


Christopher King said...

And of course as we know through prior KingCast experience in a short film co-hosted at Justiceforkids.net, whatever happens in the Deposition room is a matter of public record.

But don't take my word for it, I'm just a suspended attorney, law clerk, motorcycle salesman.

Instead, watch Hillsborough Superior Chief Justice Robert Lynn say so right here.

Christopher King said...

Defendants don't know what to expect at trial. Judge Vaughan, who ruled in their favor originally on the Fred Murray case, was overruled exactly one year ago by the NH Supreme Court.

Meanwhile, in this case he has distinctly noted that he intends to keep an open forum for exposition of any and all issues by denying Plaintiff's request to seal the Affidavit of a woman who claims, inter alia, that Gregory W. Floyd threatened her life in no uncertain terms.

And they know they have violated RSA 91-A on several occasions, so right about now they're doing Damage Control you better believe.

Too bad much of the major media is helping them, but that's nothing a little YouTube video of Kelly's Deposition won't change.

And frankly, there is no legal precedent to deny KingCast from doing it. See, I didn't go to law school to make a bunch of money. I went to law school for Civil Rights and to make First Amendment History, as noted in the next post.


Christopher King said...

So this is that next post.

Lucidiocy said...

"Sir, I say that justice is truth in action!"

~Benjamin Disraeli

I am glad you're out there Chris.

Let me know if I can help in any way.

Christopher King said...

Your presence in and of itself is a huge help.

Now think about 5 questions you would ask Attorney Ayotte about this situation and email them to me.

Do NOT publish your responses.

This is the one time we get to keep things to ourselves and rock their ever-hating World with in Due Course.