07 March 2008

KingCast and Brian Jesseman v. Union Leader in Court Monday, 08-E-093 to see who forged his identity online in support of McLeod's failed HB 1428.

Okay. Just got off the phone with Brian. As noted in this post off we go!

The day after that Brian's father Jeffery Jesseman should be elected as Franconia Selectman so he can work with Selectwoman Carleen Quinn to start making a difference up in North Country.


Christopher King said...

Note: This case is less about KingCast/Jesseman v. Union Leader as it is about KingCast/Jesseman v. the unknown ass-clown who is about to be located and sued for Misappropriation of Likeness, False Light Invasion of Privacy and a referral complaint sworn to the appropriate Prosecutor for indictment/charge issuance of criminal Fraud and Forgery.

Christopher King said...


Ron, one of Ana's ski buddies from North Conway is down to work on the roof today. He didn't know about the windshield bullet either.

But I'm more than happy to educate him while he works, so he can go home and educate his friends.


Christopher King said...

"What makes you so sure you can figure out who really did it," asked one bloke yesterday evening.

"Well nothing's guaranteed," I said. "However, the Union Leader not only logs your IP address, to post a comment there you have to provide a phone number and an email address. I doubt the people responsible for this have the kind of sophistication required to issue a dummy IP address, email address and bogus phone number."

.......Note to self: If they do have that level of sophistication this case is more sinister than I ever imagined.

Here is the content of the submission form:


To improve the chances of seeing your comment posted, say something new, keep it short, and identify yourself. In general, comments that are in bad taste, poorly written or in capital letters will not be approved.

City/Town (and state, if not NH):
E-mail address:

Also to improve your chances of being published, don't be Christopher King because the UL will never publish what you post, and will even refuse to post other people who write in who are perceived as not supporting LE enough.

Funny then, that U.S. Law.com and BostonNOW are now prominently featuring Chris King's 1st Amendment Page.

Oh, yah.