"Officers Cox and McKay both made mistakes on 5/11, but more importantly, their managers, perhaps all the way up to the State Attorneys General, sat by idly as complaints came in. These cases are not mere coincidence but rather serve as a sign to this Honorable Court that now is the time to help return integrity to law enfocement and to make America a safer place for everyone.
People involved in the prior RSA 91-A case of Murray v. NH State Police, 154 N.H. 579, 913 A.2d 737 (2006) supra, will be present for this hearing because the same litigants and counsel are involved herein, and there is an ongoing need for transparency in our government. Based on information and belief the government continues to thwart attempts at full and reasonable disclosure in the Murray case even after remand from the Supreme Court of New Hampshire.
This Court has before it the unique opportunity to enforce the mandates and spirit of RSA 91-A, the Freedom of Information Act and the First Amendment, whereby Petitioner prays for vigorous application and enforcement of the principles enunciated in those sacred documents. As noted in KingCast short film American Lawyer One:"http://kingcast.net/VideoPodcast/AmLawI.html
“without the First Amendment, the framework of Justice itself….. is illusory.”
Christopher King, J.D.
On behalf of KingCast.net
Plaintiff pro se
Note: Civil Rights lawyer Terry Gilbert concurs in full.