25 March 2008

KingCast asks, "If Franconia did so well at Court, then why is its counselor Dan Mullen not smiling?"

There is a press release that the town Administrative Assistant Sally Small should provide to Citizen Jesseman today which makes it appear for all the World that they prevailed over KingCast when in point of fact they and Defendant Ayotte are going to be ORDERED to pay for KingCast's cost of litigation and provide to us most of the important stuff we've been seeking.

Franconia gloss-over Press release pages one, two and three. They have to turn over approximately 111 out of 369 pages, some of which in my opinion they knew they had to provide because they are court documents.

Here's the KingCast press release, pages one and two.
Note as you view it, with iPaper you can enlarge the type face with the plus function on top. And the hotlinks work. Scribd.com is unbelievably cool.

Judge Vaughn In-Camera Decision Page one, two, three, four, five and six.

In the end, if Franconia can say they are happy with the Decision, that's fine. I'm happy, too. Happy as a pig-in.... a blanket.

Now give me my documents.

Cross-post: BostonNOW.

3 comments:

Christopher King said...

Dear Attorney Mullen:

I will today fax you and Defendant Ayotte a letter inquiring of when you both plan to comply with the ORDERS of the Court, or if you plan to appeal.

As Gregory Floyd would say, Semper Fi.

Very truly yours,

Christopher King, J.D.
On behalf of KingCast.net
On behalf of the Free World.

Anonymous said...

i seriously doubt that franconia will be so happy when it bites them from behind, once again...because they haven't tended to the clean-up from 5/11.

they're going for lose/lose if they don't appreciate where they've come from, and continue business as usual, without change.

hopefully, the documents will be forthcoming.gf

Christopher King said...

My Uncle has a phrase I'll never forget:

"If you don't know where you're going.... any road will take you there."

It kind of ties in here except I think they all know where they're going -- to hell in a hand basket -- but they just keep on keepin' on.