15 February 2008

KingCast and Gloucester Times editorial concur: "Robert Taylor's Law would be a fitting legacy for Mr. Taylor."


For the back story read this KingCast black history post about two white men I admire -- Gloucester fire victim Robert Taylor and Franconia Selectman candidate Jeffery Jesseman. Here's Mr. Jesseman's website.

Here's the Gloucester Times 5 Feb. 2008 editorial in support of the bill first drafted by Crnilovic-Phillips law offices.
But there's also a chance that Taylor's legacy will extend far beyond the Gloucester area, his extended family and his circle of friends — if local and state lawmakers cooperate, and they should.

Proposed legislation is being pushed by the Lawrence-based law firm of Crnilovic & Phillips, who have also brought the first lawsuit on behalf of a tenant who said she was never notified that her apartment had not undergone proper safety inspections for several years.
But first noted by the paper on 1 Feb. 2008.
"The residents of the Lorraine were apparently never notified of their building's hazards. But they — and other residents of such buildings around the state — would have that right if this new proposal were to become law.

Now that would be a fitting legacy for Mr. Taylor."
We have good support for the bill as shall be noted in Due Course.

5 comments:

Christopher King said...

Contact cking@cplawoffices.com if you have any questions about how to show support for this measure. A meeting is currently scheduled in Gloucester for 9:00 a.m., 28 February 2008 with State Legislators and other interested parties.

More on this shortly.

Anonymous said...

are you friends with mark sisti? if so, all your work in franconia would mean so little to me. i love what you have done for the town.. for exposing the NH AG. but if you think sisti was right, zarnowski's lawyer... he's just as bad as McKay. i thought you were out for justice? just make stuff up like ayotte to make me a follower again. please chris say it is not so! my friend hunter died for nothing? ask sisti about it. he knows his client killed him. yet defended him. is this how lawyers work.....money money. i cant trust the state or the people that defend us.

Christopher King said...

I have never met, nor spoken with Mark Sisti.

Anonymous said...

8:36
perhaps you missed this statement on the previous post:

KingCast: Telling the Truth with video & multimedia since 1996.

it says quite alot.

Christopher King said...

In point of fact, this video contains clips from 1996 or 1997.

I got 42 VHS tapes at my sister's place in storage and gosh knows how much with my film maker from the past 3 years.

The tapes are an interesting view into the inner workings of the American Jurisprudential system.