28 September 2007

NH AG Kelly Ayotte admits that the RSA 91-A Right to Know Oversight Committee failed to report in 2006 as required by law.

Earlier this month KingCast asked for a copy of the annual report, which was required by Law commencing in 2005. Defendant Ayotte, by and through senior staff counsel Bud Finch wrote KingCast on 27 September: "follow the links for the statutory study committees to this committees's page."

Y'all go ahead and do that, and rate the ease of access and the substance of what you find in the comments section :)

When you get there (hint: run RSA 91-A as a search term) you will see that there is only a 2004 and 2005 annual report online, although they are required by law (specifically RSA 91-A 15) to submit a report in November every year. This is important because the committee is supposed to be addressing, inter alia, the applicability of RSA 91-A to emails, which is an issue in the KingCast v. NH AG Kelly Ayotte et al. litigation in Grafton Superior Court, 07-E-268.

On HB 626, Governor Lynch agrees with KingCast:
" I applaud many of the recommendations codified in the proposed legislation. New definitions make it clear that records stored on computer or by electronic means are covered by the law."
There is still no definitive answer on the pending HB 626, which means the essential mission... has failed. I will point that out in Oral Argument.

O.K. Also, the report is only available in a pdf file! If all of these things don't disturb you, you're not paying attention.

27 September 2007

KingCast asks the Concord Monitor and Union Leader when they will cover the pending RSA 91-A lawsuit of KingCast v. NH AG Kelly Ayotte et al.

First the Calendonian Record reported. Then the Littleton Courier reported. These are the two largest papers closest to the issue so it would follow that if they read the lawsuit and covered it, there must be something in there that the residents of New Hampshire at large might want to know. So I telephoned the Concord Monitor's AnneMarie Timmins today. She told me that to her knowledge there was an editorial decision not to cover KingCast v. NH AG Kelly Ayotte et al. (Grafton Superior 07-E-268) so I left a message for managing editor Felice Belman.

Ms. Belman has on prior occasion (28 June) written Jeffery Jesseman to thank him for submitting letters to the editor which she published, and Mr. Jesseman and I have helped edit each other's correspondence and he filed this Affidavit in this case and he helped edit the Franconia Collective Press Release featured in this post, noting that Liko Kenney, while not perfect, is the Face of Freedom from government oppression. I have also thanked Reporter Timmins and Editor Belman for their professionalism in covering relevant events and encouraged them to keep digging deeper. Watch the movie "Franconia 5/11: Injustice on Stilts," and read the comments section for that.

As a former editor of a statewide weekly, and as a reporter at a large metropolitan daily I respectfully ask that she reconsider her position. Just a few days ago someone else well-respected in Franconia praised KingCast and implored Union Leader State Editor Tom Fahey to dig deeper as well, as noted in the comments section of this post, in which s/he wrote:
Tom,

I just got a copy of an e-mail from Chris King that he sent to you. I am pretty sure he picked up my messages to the AG’s office that were less than complimentary re their investigation. However I have been following his blog since May and it seems he is the only one in the print and electronic media , with any brass to go after the real story.

We shall see.

Related posts:
Why me?
Even a retired JAG attorney agrees.

KingCast explains why Liko Kenney is the new face of Freedom for Franconia and beyond, dealing with NH AG Kelly Ayotte and Franconia Selectmen.

Hey Chris-

Franconia native and big fan of KingCast. Wondering how me, and some other expatriated Franconia people can get ahold of some of those Liko-Freedom decals (if somebody has made them into stickers). Peace!


I know the man who made them and they are in fact stickers and as with the original sticker -- taken at a wedding party as someone revved his motorcycle on a dynometer -- I made them into JPEGs for online viewing. And as with the originals I plan to make these into images on a CD that can be downloaded in the form of 8 per page or one 8.5x11 per page; you then download that and print to sticker paper. I have the originals already if you want those.

That and movies (Franconia 5/11: Injustice on Stilts") Just takes time and money, that's why there's a Paypal account now because we're going to have more video as the time goes on, and litigation and Depositions don't come free either.
"Yeah Liko was not perfect but there's no rule that says a Patriot has to be perfect. The Freedom that he stands for is that in his death the People of New Hampshire seek to be free from the government's lies and imperfections."

That's the KingCast/Franconia Collective position, which is certainly more cogent than that of Selectman Rich McLeod's.

Retired JAG Attorney comes to support KingCast and to address a bad Topix editor in Franconia shooting tragedy.

This dovetails with the post below about the Jackass Topix editor "Doing the Right Thing," who has violated material terms of service. As I say, this gentleman in Delaware (and the Franconia Collective) are No Joke and we are part of a much larger group of concerned citizens who have tolerated too much hatred and coverup in the Franconia shooting tragedy that left Liko Kenney and Bruce McKay dead, as an arguably psychopathic Gregory Floyd walks the streets of Franconia as NH AG Kelly Ayotte's hero.

Below is an excerpt from the Topix board; this attorney has sought counsel to file for Injunctive relief on my behalf as noted in the comments section.
"I have spoken to Mr. King on the phone several times. I was apprehensive at first to contact him for a number of reasons but none in regard to Mr. King personally. What I have discovered in those telephone coversations with him is this. He is very personable,intelligent,passion ate about his beliefs, willing to put himself out there for public scrutiny, and concise and to the point on matters. He probably knows more about this case than the Franconia Chief of Police does, or any other local government official (except for the facts that they refuse to disclose)."
This case has been one hell of an experience I can say that much. And although it has taken me to wits end and back, I have no regrets -- other than the fact that it shouldn't have happened in the first place, and I remain thoroughly bemused that some government officials, including Franconia Selectman Rich McLeod -- continue to act as if everything is all right.

PS: The distaff half of the JAG pair on TV is kinda' cute; I'd like to review some motions and briefs with her :)

26 September 2007

Rut-ro. Topix Floyd and McKay supporter "Doing the Right Thing" exposed as a fraud.

Okay. I told you back on 7 September in this post that this person was a jackass for refusing to acknowledge Shooter Floyd lied about a number of things, including his conviction for PCP sales.

Now it turns out that all the while she was attacking me, she withheld the fact that she is a Topix editor. Read the thread right here. That's Big Trouble because she had a duty to disclose such status even as she called me a criminal -- a materially false statement that she knew was false and damaging to my reputation -- but given the character of the men that she supports, I don't exactly find her deceitful actions shocking.

Update: Retired JAG Attorney who agrees with KingCast has prepared a Motion for Injunctive Relief from her shenanigans. Read comment #5.

You wanna' step to me you better have your act together because I've got too many people supporting me and truly interested in the Cause of Justice to tolerate any BS. Just ask Defendant Ayotte, fired Chief Dunn and left-under-ethics investigation Prosecutor Bill Albrecht.

The link to the movie "Franconia 5/11: Injustice on Stilts," is in this post noting that Franconia Selectman Rich McLeod has lost his proverbial mind.

Littleton Courier JPEGs on KingCast v. NH AG Kelly Ayotte et al. RSA 91-A Franconia shooting tragedy lawsuit.

I'm going to rework these later but these were done in a hurry this morning by a Franconia resident who is livid that Selectman McLeod has his head in the sand at best, and is an outright liar at worst. So then, here is the jump page and here is the analysis post from last night, noting that Selectman McLeod is setting himself up for a Big Fall.

25 September 2007

Franconia Selectman McLeod sets himself up for a Big Surprise by his comments on KingCast v. NH AG Kelly Ayotte et al. RSA 91-A lawsuit.

Rich McLeod, married to State Rep. Martha McLeod -- who attempted to impugn my motivations to Defendant Ayotte's office -- actually told the Littleton Courier:
"This is a fairly new resident to the state interjecting himself into the matter of the shooting (yeah after Liko's friends wrote me that is, and as if I haven't been skiing up North for years now; too bad this pic was before the Cannon sticker but it was still four and-a-half years ago). He doesn't have any local people in this suit with him."

Hmmmmph.....Pshaw, bah, humbug. Here are the JPEG scans pages one and two. Read my 11 July 2007 letter to the Missus in this comment.

Wow. He says that in spite of Jeffery Jesseman's and other Affidavits and documented conversations in the lawsuit and on this blawg. And obviously he has not watched the short film, "Franconia 5/11: Injustice on Stilts," and there's a lot more where that came from. I can't wait for him to say that at Oral Argument on 10 January, 2008. And I have spoken with media other than the Calendonian Record, 20/20 and the Cleveland posse who are intently watching these developments; I know they will be quite interested to see what the Defendants do with my Notice of video Depositions to place online, in the True Spirit of RSA 91-A and the Right-to-Know.

I have included the excerpted version of the KingCast letter to the editor below; the full version appears here, with an online link to the Calendonian Record coverage.

And this is an interesting post based on my affinity for the North that started 5 years ago. That's half a decade, Monsignor McLeod. Does that qualify me to help the locals exercise their First Amendment Rights and related Rights pursuant to RSA 91-A that the town officials ignored for more than a decade now in the McKay era? I know for fact that the prior police chief after his tenure publicly spoke of getting rid of McKay many years ago and I know that the town florist told Chief Montminy a week before the tragedy that they had to put McKay in check but nobody ever did, except Liko, unfortunately.

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Littleton Courier
September 25, 2007

Civil rights blogger sues over investigation
by Art McGrath
September 26, 2007


A Nashua man who runs a First Amendment Web site is filing a lawsuit...[snip read comments]

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Letter to the Editor
Littleton Courier
September 26, 2007


King lawsuit

I have waited until today to write an official letter to the editor because I wanted to actually file suit first.

Now that case no. 07-E-268 has been filed in Grafton Superior Court, I hope that your paper, and local citizens take the time to either come in to see what the issues are.

The motion is the joint effort of at least a dozen people who provided information, time or other resources in this effort, and at bottom it contains a number of lettered paragraphs that all seek to address failures of communication in one way or another.

Franconia has to heal. But before it can heal, it has to be honest.
Christopher King, J.D.

KingCast asks why did NH Civil Union sponsor State Rep. Maureen Baxley sign off after reading the Jena 6 post?

Is it true that white gays don't care about black Civil Rights issues straight or gay? I have many friends who have told me that they have seen racism in the GLBi community and so I question why it is today that after I posted on the Jena 6 issue that an openly gay white State Rep who sponsored HB 437, 791 & 905 would ask to be removed from my mailing list. As seen in this post I have always vigorously supported Civil Rights for EVERYBODY regardless of sexual orientation. Governor Lynch -- who does not know how to ride a motorcycle -- doesn't care about them white N*****s up North (read this post) but he sure does care about GLBi Civil Rights. Interesting, n'est-ce pas?

It could of course be a coincidence, but what a coincidence that is and I would hate to think that she would be insensitive to the concerns of the black community because the black community, the GLBi and general communities are all part of the World community. The email correspondence is seen here.

KingCast says Jena 6 and Bubba Stewart cases prove racism is alive and well in America.

The Jena 6 situation is out of control and it highlights the disparate application of "Justice" in this Country along racial lines. The government basically looked up and said "anything them white folks do is okay, and everything them black boys do in response... is not." That really wraps it up succinctly. Now read the Topix forum and watch for the N-bombs. I'm in there at comment #743 I believe with a collection of hate crime posts showing that it happens from all directions, but that it is still largely the province of white on black. Jesus man one of my brother-in-laws is white and my family is pretty multicultural so this sort of thing is just unfathomable:
Whites will always be Smarter, better looking, and better smelling than blacks. It's a known fact. Yall smell like cocoa butter, grease, and fried hair. Gew... white woman are beautiful, intelligent, and quiet. Go to any Walmart.. you'll see a black old lady, her daughter, her daughters 10 kids, and her daughters 10 kids kids... they start having babies at about 15, get food stamps, welfare... they know all the tricks. Look for yourselves...They put their shopping carts in the middle of the isle with their fat nigglets running around screaming. They have no control. No wonder it's so hard to get education up in black areas...test scores will never change, and neither will their smell.

What the.... I mean you've got nasty people of all ethnic, religious and racial persuasions. Unbelievable some people still think this way and act on it. I suppose the Buddhist side of me wants to pray for this person and to wish him Love and Kindness but the Zen (and other) parts of me wants to say that I hope some bling-bling brothas from the hood roll up on him and give him his worst nightmare.

Now then, consider Bubba Stewart and Ricky Carmichael, both of whom are like Motocross/Supercross demi-gods to me; those guys and Travis are unbelievable what they can do with a bike. But when Bubba ran up on Ricky in July it was an honest crash and he had more speed than Ricky coming off a jump as he was trying to re-pass him and he came down on him. Nobody does that on purpose, but of course out come the N-bombs. Watch and read it right here.

Meanwhile, NH AG Kelly Ayotte treated Liko, Michele and Davey Kenney like white N___ after Liko shot a bully cop, so we made a movie about that, "Franconia 5/11: Injustice on Stilts," filed a lawsuit and got reporters following and started a paypal account to make another one and continue the litigation, as you can read about all of that and read the lawsuit right here. These cases highlight all that is wrong about criminal Justice in America.

24 September 2007

KingCast debuts movie "Franconia 5/11: Injustice on Stilts," continues the RSA 91-A litigation to expose police abuse and opens Paypal account.

Yes it's high time we rocked the Paypal account; the button is over on the right in the column. We got the lawsuit filed, Grafton Superior 07-E-268. We got the movie out. We got "the huckster" to apologize about the money situation and his trolling, my film maker spent hours well beyond his pay to edit the short film and we plan on more episodes as we head toward the 10 January 2008 court date. For more information read this link about the new press coverage and read the comments section for the full comment excerpted below, that was sent by a well-respected member of the Franconia Community to the Union Leader's State Reporter Tom Fahey.
Tom,

I just got a copy of an e-mail from Chris King that he sent to you. I am pretty sure he picked up my messages to the AG’s office that were less than complimentary re their investigation. However I have been following his blog since May and it seems he is the only one in the print and electronic media , with any brass to go after the real story.

We are not anti-police. We are anti bad-cop.
Bruce McKay's knife-wielding antics.
The windshield bullet NH AG Kelly Ayotte ignored.

I want to take her Deposition on video as court records are presumptively open Associated Press v. State of New Hampshire, 153 N.H. 120 (2005) and play it all right here in its unedited entirety.

Namaste.

23 September 2007

New YouTube video shows the part about Bruce McKay that the Union Leader and NH AG Kelly Ayotte neglected to mention in theirs: He was a bully.

Here is the YouTube video of "Franconia 5/11: Injustice on Stilts." And don't think for one minute that these are the only people in Franconia who have spoken or who are willing to speak. There will be a busload of them at the oral argument in Grafton Superior RSA 91A Right-to-Know lawsuit (Case No. 07-E-268) KingCast v. NH AG Kelly Ayotte et al.

Littleton Courier interviews KingCast on Franconia shooting tragedy RSA 91-A lawsuit and movie and asks "Why you?"

I had a rather lengthy and winding interview with the Courier's Art McGrath on Friday and one question out of many that sticks in my mind is "why you?"

To succinctly answer, why not me? I've represented or reported on the little people all of my professional life except for the telecom and real estate blitzes and after all, I'm the only journalist or attorney -- suspended or not -- who has the chutzpah to file a lawsuit, make a movie "Franconia 5/11: Injustice on Stilts," and Notice Defendant NH AG Kelly Ayotte for a video Deposition to play it online so that the entire Free World can learn about the Law and Open Government.

Here are a few links that demonstrate a persistent and ongoing affinity for such endeavors.

1. Hawken School notes I "Make a Difference" in law.
2. Former AAG in Ohio.
3. First Amendment in Ohio.
4. Police abuse in Ohio.
5. First Amendment in New Hampshire one.
6. First Amendment in New Hampshire two.
7. I'm not anti-police; I am anti-bad cop.

Also, it is obvious that many people in Franconia trust me to tell the truth and to withhold confidences when appropriate; I know because I continue to receive phone calls, emails and other correspondence from people who have welcomed me in their homes and places of business. I love North Country and have done so ever since J.R. and I used to mountainbike and ski up there years ago, before I was going to attend Tamarack Tennis Camp.

Related posts:
The difference between Liko Kenney and me.
The Caledonian Record coverage of RSA 91-A Right-to-Know lawsuit in KingCast v. NH AG Kelly Ayotte et al., Grafton Superior 07-E-268.

The official Franconia Recovery and Reconciliation Committee questionnaire.

Here it is one and two. This links to this post about the video Deposition of NH AG Kelly Ayotte. Here is the short film, "Franconia 5/11: Injustice on Stilts."

A KingCast post for the Kenneys, the Haywards and the McKays.

May the best properties and the Good Spirits of your sons carry forward. For Liko, we filed an RSA 91-A Right-to-Know lawsuit and then made a short film:

"Franconia 5/11: Injustice on Stilts." For Serry, I met his father Robbie as noted in this post, and look forward to having him our our next movie so we can talk about the Dragonfly if he so desires. And for Bruce, I have held his inappropriate actions high for the World to see how and why the system failed him; a man who carried a gun, a badge and the imprimatur of state-sanctiuoned authority with our hard-earned tax dollars.

While all of these men had Good Spirits in some ways, the mass media is a bit substantially less likely to discuss the Good Spirits and positive qualities of the first two men, and that's why I'm here, as a former photojournalist, editor and reporter who is fed up with mass media.

Robbie I hope you get this message today, brother. Peace.

22 September 2007

KingCast v. NH AG Kelly Ayotte et al, RSA 91-A lawsuit Grafton Superior Case No. 07-E-268: It's Deposition Time!

Well not yet, but if you think for one minute I'm not going to Notice Defendant Ayotte and Chief Montminy you're sadly mistaken. And I am 100% certain the purportedly non-existant Franconia Collective will help me pay for that. Then what will they do? File a Motion to Quash? That would appear antithetical to the ends of RSA 91-A that Defendant Ayotte swore to uphold, look at her signature. Plus then all the jarheads who claim I'm unprofessional can watch it all online because you better believe I plan to order a video Depo. Then what? Will the Defendants move to quash that as well?

But I'm sure they won't do that because they believe in open and transparent government, right?

But then on the other hand I do remember Marty Dunn claiming that the Deposition I took of him left me open for liability, but when push came to shove former AG John Arnold ORDERED his butt to produce it and he and Prosecutor Albrecht refused so I had to help my Attorney, former Hillsborough County lead prosecutor David Horan file a Motion with the Court, which was SUSTAINED. Here's a link about that, and this one describes the fun bits in vivid detail. Then the Prosecutor went out under an Ethics investigation, Dunn got fired and their bogus case against me was dismissed, even though I had showed up and went through voir dire and was ready to have a Jury of my peers judge my actions as former NAACP Legal Chair.

Namaste.

Don't get it twisted: KingCast is not anti-police. KingCast is anti bad-cop.

There's a couple of jar heads over at the Nashua Telegraph forums page named Common wealth and Tom P who love to rail on me and I give as good as I get; Tom P is a veteran who killed people on Foreign soil in the name of Freedom while he abhors each and every instance where I've used mine to question corporate America or the Government in America, the Land of the Free, Home of the Brave (dig the pic). So he's a hypocrite and a bloody wanker because the point is that I don't hate police in general in the least. They have one of, if not THE toughest jobs in the World. Some of them, like -- ahem-- Michael Briggs (RIP) give that office all the respect it deserves, while others like -- ahem -- Bruce McKay just basically take a piss on it and ruin it for the Good Ones. I know this from 4 years as clerk and lawyer for Ohio's largest law enforcement agency before I turned around and beat them in Court after 2 hater cops caused my client to be a Victim of Crime. Case No. V1996-61481.

As to McKay, watch the short film "Franconia 5/11: Injustice on Stilts" at this link to see what one local told me with stern face during my first non-ski trip past Cannon.

And Flower shop owner Jean McLean told Chief Montminy a week prior to 5/11 that he needed to reign McKay in before something really bad happened. Which is precisely what "Ms. B" said years ago. Small wonder the Chief told the Calendonia Record in this story that he doesn't understand the KingCast RSA 91-A Right-to-Know lawsuit. It's sad. I want to make a movie about a town that healed itself instead of one that remains obdurate in its entrenchment.

And there are good corporations as well. Right here in New Hampshire there is "Life is Good," and I know from The Muse (a bone for you long-term readers!) that they are a great bunch of folks; she appears online in one of their corporate pics... but I ain't sayin' which one :)

21 September 2007

KingCast DARES to ask "who's that pallbearer at Bruce McKay's funeral?"

Okay. Here's the video about the Franconia shooting tragedy in which Liko Kenney and Bruce McKay died. Now to the meat of this discussion:

In the trifecta post from 1 June we talked about the cop from the north who chained the boy to his jeep for sex. And I am also aware that Bartlett Police Chief John Snow took a walk of shame in 2004 for boosting more than $30 large from the town coffers; some of it from the DARE program, the same program my buddy Charlie Duffy told me that Barbara Mack-Keeney boosted money from; she was indicted in Grafton Superior. I forgot to check the outcome when I filed the KingCast RSA 91-A lawsuit last week.

Now the same sources who shared that John Snow information that checked out properly also tell me that pallbearer John Garvin took some serious liberties with a DUI suspect while she was in police custody, but I need to verify that so if anyone can help with that the Cause of Justice would be much obliged either way.

BTW my father was a pallbearer for Mother Ann; he never stole money from DARE and no one ever accused him of raping anyone, much less a drunk woman. Nope, he was a straight-shootin' precinct committeeman in Cleveland Heights Ohio, who cared about his community and wanted to keep it clean.

The apple doesn't fall far from the tree, especially now that I've got that there prep school edgikashun' and journalism experience and a law degree and whatnot. And oh, speaking of straight-shootin' here's what I spotted at a certain shooting range recently, just a-sittin' up-urrhh on a target stand, one and two. I reckon some of the locals find Defendant Ayotte's stance on the Right-to-Know laws to be more than a tad hypocritical.

Namaste.

KingCast releases "Franconia 5/11: Injustice on Stilts," for Liko Kenney, for the betterment of Franconia and NH AG Kelly Ayotte's New Hampshire.

Here's the video.

And the comments section is not opened, as promised. Actually I'm a bit busy right now with my new job so I won't be around to pitch in much but that's cool. The lawsuit and the short film speak for themselves, and they speak volumes.

The Calendonian Record news coverage is here, and I'm playing phone tag now with the Littleton Courier's Art McGrath.

And yes, I fully plan that it will be the first 6 minutes of my oral argument for the lawsuit, which is linked here, and the most recent update showing what I know about the 20/20 interviw with Robbie Hayward is here.

It's all about the windshield bullet.

Namaste, and thanks to the Union Leader for today's picture of Defendant Ayotte =^.)

20 September 2007

KingCast movie update on "Franconia 5/11: Injustice on Stilts."

Very close now on the final cut, watermark is next. Still anticipate getting final cut accessible from your site tonight, but we'll see.

KingCast updates on RSA 91-A Right-to-Know requests to State Police and Defendant Ayotte in Franconia shooting tragedy.

Okay. Scans coming soon. Still putting my ends together for the CT request for information on Bruce McKay's reported shenanigans down there (think: trunk of weapon funk) and for service on Defendant Ayotte. Litigation is expensive, no joke and we are in between settlements at the firm and just started a new PT jobby job it's pretty dang cool, actually and nobody on this blawg is going to know what it is for quite some time.

I'm still waiting on the State Police response; they wrote me on 17 Sept (my request was faxed 4 Sept so they are 8 days late, whatever no lawsuit there because I don't see any pattern of Bad Faith) and they are looking into my request about their information on the Gregory Floyd "comments and actions over at Lafayette Elementary School and any other situations involving Mr. Floyd" and they expect it will take at least 30 days to make a determination on what information is properly subject to disclosure. I think about 31 days is reasonable for that considering I stopped by personally with the el cheapo KingCast disposable camera of the people on my way to file last week. No hot Russian girls with Nikon D50's running around right now (no offense, Oliver) but it's ALL GOOD :)

In other news, Defendant Ayotte's office wrote that it will take "approximately two weeks" to determine what, if any documents they possess that are responseive to my request for updated copies of communications with past and presently-elected officials from 1 Aug. to 17 Sept 2007 (oh I know for fact there's some Good Stuff in there) and the annual reports for the Right-to-Know Oversight Commission, which are required by law since 2005, per RSA 91-A:11 et seq. The correspondence should have issued immediately and I even told them they could just give me a link to the online Right-to-Know reports that should after all be online given the subject matter, duh.

So that's just as unacceptable as their response to Caledonian Record reporter Amy Ash Nixon that they couldn't comment on the lawsuit because they had not been served. Anyone who reads this blawg knows I have electronically provided them courtesy copies while service is pending. How dilatory, disingenuous and evasive can you get?

Your taxdollars hard at work, just as they were when Defendant Ayotte and her LE posse tried to hook me for Attempted Felony Extortion and Unlicensed Practice of Law when I was Legal Chair of Southern NH NAACP when I went after another fool cop named Marty Dunn. One would think they would learn.

19 September 2007

Caledonian Record reports on KingCast v. NH AG Kelly Ayotte et al. RSA 91-A Right-to-Know lawsuit in Franconia shooting tragedy.

Here it is, Amy Ash Nixon doing her duties effectively as a member of the Fourth Estate:
"In the followup to the three anonymous references in the suit which the court will not permit to be sealed, King says "Ms. B," shared with him that she "recommended McKay be sent to a certified psychologist for cognitive testing for communication and control issues ... this could cause serious problems for Officer McKay or Franconia," according to the suit.

In boldface following that statement by "Ms. B," King writes, "Obviously it did."

And:
"As for Police Chief Mark Montminy, King says in the suit that "he is being sued in his official and individual capacity for failing to release certain public records.

"Defendant Franconia, by and through its Board of Selectmen, is a duly-chartered entity subject to suit under RSA 91-A for failure to adhere to the letter and spirit of said statute," the suit says. "The Board is being sued for failing to turn over certain public records, chiefly Bruce McKay's personnel file."
But Carl Belz still doesn't quite understand what RSA 91-A is all about, as evinced by this comment:
"I glanced at it yesterday," he said of the suit filed by King. "I couldn't quite figure out what the hell this guy was trying to get out of this."

Namaste.

18 September 2007

KingCast stands aghast at out of control cops at University of Florida, tasering madly, as Bruce McKay OC Sprayed Liko Kenney and others in Franconia.

What the hell, people? Why? Watch the full videos.

One
Two
Three

The guy was clearly animated but asking some serious questions that Senator Kerry was poised to answer but the jack-booted thugs with the guns, the OC Spray and the tasers had their way with him instead. FWIW my exchanges with John Kerry have always been pretty laid back; he shot the no blood for oil spot at the end of my driveway, right in front of Das Bimmer.

KingCast congratulates NH AG Kelly Ayotte on child #2.

Time to set aside the Franconia warfare and wish our highest law officer a hearty congratulation on her newborn. It might seem like I'm hard on her at times (that I am) but for those of you new to this, I give credit where credit is due, so as such you might want to read the post of 5/11 that brought my interest to the Franconia matter in the first place because of the anonymous comment that was submitted. It was a post of me agreeing with Attorney Ayotte on abusive commercial First Amendment speech.

Dear Kelly: You just had a newborn son. Please think not only of Bruce McKay's family, but also of Liko Kenney's family, in particular his mother Michele, as you try to explain why you don't seem to care that the man who shot and killed (and potentially murdered) him has threatened other people -- including innocent women -- with death for no legally justifiable reason whatsoever, as noted in my last post . In said post I also share a letter to the editor and in which I am seen standing before the Grafton County Superior Court with the KingCast RSA 91-A Right-to-Know lawsuit in my hand in which you are the lead Defendant.

PS: I just found out that Eddie Azamor is getting closer to getting his daughter back as well, but I can't talk about that plan.
Namaste. Freedom. Aloha.