04 January 2008

KingCast files a Motion for Sanctions against Franconia Defendants and Counsel.

Petitioner has had enough. Excerpt:
"Defendants have continually lied about not having access to Liko's 2003 arrest without supporting Affidavit. Moreover, the contumacious "responses" to Petitioner's requests for information on issues pertaining to Bruce McKay OC Spraying Sarah and the time sheets for Bruce McKay will result in Petitioner obtaining these documents until after the merit hearing on 10 January 2007 when presentation of these items in open court would be the most effective."

Then they have the nerve to ask me for an extension of time. The more I study this issue the more I have to Just Say No: They lied when they said they were not in receipt of my 7 December request, as I proved yesterday. Watch this space throughout the day.

Gotta' stick a pen in their ears and push down firmly through for the jugular; pop their eyeballs right out.

Related band: The Jackofficers.

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

You should strike through the word "petitioner" and use the word "JACKASS"

Christopher King said...

Speaking of ASS, you can kiss mine.

Here's the law you stupid haterhead:

Daigle v. City of Portsmouth, 131 N.H. 319 (1988)

Action or inaction by a party may provide the basis for the imposition of sanctions. See In re Estate of Ward, 129 N.H. 4, 7, 11-12, 523 A.2d 28, 31, 34 (1986) (allowing imposition of attorney's fees based on defendant's intransigence in providing information pursuant to discovery).

While the action of counsel may trigger discovery sanctions, see American Bd. of Trade, Inc. v. Dun & Bradstreet, Inc., 122 N.H. 344, 346, 444 A.2d 550, 551 (1982); Affanato v. Merrill Bros., supra at 141, a party cannot act with impunity. Sanctions are appropriate in part to deter parties from disregarding discovery requests, see Affanato v. Merrill Bros., supra at 140 (citing National Hockey League v. Metropolitan Hockey Club, Inc., 427 U.S. 639 (1976)), and to compensate others for [***14] costs associated with a party's failure to act in accordance with such requests.

These purposes would not be served if we were to hold that sanctions could be imposed only for attorney wrongdoing, and that a party was therefore free to disregard instructions from counsel regarding proper compliance with discovery requests. The withholding of "certain statements" by the Portsmouth Police Department is attributable to the City, under a theory of either direct or vicarious liability.

See generally Cutter v. Town of Farmington, 126 N.H. 836, 840-41, 498 A.2d 316, 319-21 (1985). [*327] Contrary to the trial court's decision, therefore, sanctions may be imposed against the City for disregarding discovery requests and orders, whether under counsel's encouragement or independently undertaken by its employees at the Portsmouth Police Department.

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BTW I ain't the one failing to respond to discovery/FOIA requests and looking for extensions of time =^.)

Boo.

Yeah.

Christopher King said...

Besides, that's MISTER Jackass to you.

Anonymous said...

much prefer that "sunshine law" you've mentioned in ohio. ideally, fewer games about discovery.
it follows that better behavior would accompany open access...all without the state's ability to hide evidence and trample on the rights of the people like we're seeing in NH.
keep on keepin' on.

Anonymous said...

I've heard that some of Ohio's sunshine laws have been rolled back. It is much harder to request thing through the internet than it had been a year ago... maybe they are seeing the folly of personal records being allowed online for just "anyone" to post.

As with Kingcast, posting hearsay information based on what people say someone did, some years or decades later without substancial proof of those allegations without a shadow of doubt leaves people open to liability in court.

Hearsay seems to be what most of Mr. King's "articles" are based on, and I sincerely hope he has a good lawyer, should he need one... which I feel he will.

Christopher King said...

9:00

You're full of stale, hot air. Troy Watt's statements to me are not hearsay. He was there, he wrote the complaint and he reviewed the video.

Ms. B's statements to me are not hearsay. She wrote a complaint and no one answered her. She (again) was married to a Police Officer and holds a Criminal Justice Degree and a teaching certificate.

The military and criminal records of Gregory W. Floyd are not hearsay either.

I'm sorry, now.... what exactly were you saying?

Nothing too much.

Christopher King said...

BTW stick around.

The Motion is almost ready.

lucidiocy said...

Chris,

Go get em! Forget the haters. They're misguided and self-righteous. Truth is what matters here and I know you'll bring it to light... criminals are the ones who don't want it brought to light.

Anon,

Why not dispense with the ad hom and state your perspective with clarity?

Anonymous said...

Mister is used to those who are worthy of respect, so JACKASS suits you just fine. Hater I'm not just calling a spade a spade.

Christopher King said...

Naaahhhhh, as noted in this post for tomorrow's visit with Senator Obama, I got respect from most of the people in Franconia, the Nashua Telegraph editorial staff, more than one Alderman and the Mayor of Nashua (a 30-year Executive Council veteran) so I pretty much don't care what you think, but thanks for the visit =^.)

You seem a tad mentally unbalanced and very angry. Seek help.

Christopher King said...

Here's the Motion for Sanctions.

Just calling a spade a spade.

Namaste.

Anonymous said...

As for the Ad hominem remark, how much clearly can I state the obvious CHRIS KING IS A JACKASS!!!

Christopher King said...

I know you are but what am I?

Come in here and act as a 5 year-old and I'll treat you as one.

Anonymous said...

As for the Ad hominem remark, how much clearly can I state the obvious CHRIS KING IS A JACKASS!!!

how much clearly how much clearly how much clearly how much clearly

does not compute.

Clearly you are missing a word or maybe you chose the wrong one. Moreover, your statement has insufficient punctuation despite the three exclamation points. Not only that, but despite the fact that Chris is indeed a jackass, clearly you have a problem describing what is obvious. I'm gonna guess there was lead paint in your house growing up, which would make your pathetic posts not your fault. Ad Hominem refers to arguments, did you have one?

Christopher King said...

Jackass, Huckster, Mayoral Commendation holder, whatever.

It's All Good.

Anonymous said...

Don't forget to add in a few more facts; you cannot adequately represent your clients, ambulance chaser, dirt bag, shyster, thief and soon to have even less money in bank and will never be able to pay off those fines which are still collecting interest.

And, seeing how King has not argued the fact about being a JACKASS, IT MUST BE TRUE!!!

Christopher King said...

Too bad you can't find a single client to say I didn't adequately represent them.

That all came from the government and a big business lawyer whose family owns Columbus, Ohio, Jimmy Schottenstein.

As to your other claims about being a being a thief I'll just wait for you to publish some facts on that, you know, like a

1) Plea.
2) Conviction.

You know, like what your brother Gregory Floyd has.

As for money, I'll be all set. No need to go into that with people like you because you're too busy trying to figure out the science of breathing through your nose :)

LOL and have a great weekend, I'm off to the post office to file that Motion for Sanctions so the record is crystal clear.

Peace.

Anonymous said...

And, seeing how King has not argued the fact about being a JACKASS, IT MUST BE TRUE!!!

And is never a good way to start a sentence! And King doesn't have to argue against insults! And there is nothing in the above statement which validates the implied conclusion! And it suffers from the informal falacy of begging the question! And your conclusion is leaves just a smidgen of doubt because the argument is formally invalid! And

Next!!!


You could just say "Chris is a jackass." It is a simple declaritive statement. I wouldn't go trying to use logic until you get a better handle on the language. Compound sentences seem to be a challenge for you.

jackass

Anonymous said...

And is and can be a way to start a sentence. Maybe your 9th grade english teacher told you that, but go back to scholl and maybe learn a few english tips, you have a ways to go before i start taking instructions from you. AQnd, yes I did declare King is a JACKASS, on an earlier post. So now I will make the statement Chris King and you are two JACKASSES!!!

**have fun at the post office your face will be plastered there soon enough**

Christopher King said...

What a joke. Idiots like this are precisely why I shut down open comment for a few weeks while I was preparing the Motion for Declaratory Judgment and the short film "Franconia 5/11: Injustice on Stilts."

Responding to this drivel was keeping me from getting things done.

Now I have more time to enjoy a laff or two.

Namaste.

Christopher King said...

What a joke. Idiots like this are precisely why I shut down open comment for a few weeks while I was preparing the Motion for Declaratory Judgment and the short film "Franconia 5/11: Injustice on Stilts."

Responding to this drivel was keeping me from getting things done.

Now I have more time to enjoy a laff or two.

Namaste.

Christopher King said...

Hey idiot:

I don't want to know about Bruce McKay's wife and child unless he beat either one of them or unless he made his wife file a domestic violence restraining order or live in a safe house.

I just want to see his on-the-job performance records.

Too much to ask, I guess.

Yeah, I'm a JACKASS for asking to see it.