20 March 2008

KingCast presents: Ween me out on Pure Guava and police Dash-Cam video in Chelmsford, Mass and Franconia, NH.

Okay. Back in the early 90's Ween told us to Push the Little Daisies and make 'em come up. I was at some of those shows and they are about as brilliant as the Minutemen, who I got to hang out with in 1985. Ween has some new stuff out and it's more rhythmic, sexier in a different way. Trust me, it works =^.)

Anyway, none of that has relevance to the fact that the cops in Chelmsford recently told someone I know that they could not provide them access to any video from the evening in question on an ugly arrest.

Bah, humbug I told him:
Print out this blawg post and give it to everyone you see because the NH Attorney General was ORDERED to provide KingCast access to the original Dash Cam video from when Bruce McKay violated Liko Kenney's Civil Rights (yet again) before 3-time felon Gregory Floyd murdered Liko, in my opinion. As Marvin Gaye would say, they Gotta' Give it up. This is the most fun video of that song I have ever seen. Life is too short not to have fun, help and love each other.

Ween and Marvn Gaye in one post, yah.


Christopher King said...

Oh, yah.

What prompted this blawg entry was pushy-assed Attorney Crnilovic eating all my damn cube guava.

A black man can't even catch a grip these days, huh!


Serbs, Gypsies, Franconians and Negroes rise up.

International and Mobius artist Milan Kohout knows all about that, and he, his lawyer and KingCast gave a smack down to Boston PD for not letting him protest usurious unfair lending policies.

Take a read, it's All Good.


Anonymous said...

...cops and reporters are much alike. Both are absolutely dedicated to doing the job at hand, regardless of obstacles. And both, deep down, really believe the rules don't apply to them.

Author: Jim Barlow, Houston Chronicle

Christopher King said...

Woodward and Bernstein,

KingCast and Kelly Ayotte.


Or, "I'm quicker'n'you, son."

Anonymous said...

5:26 - that's a good one & true.

now, chris, slow down a sec and tell me if it's true, in MA, that cops are compelled to supply video/audio dashcam upon request?

you were talking MA and not franconia on this post, if i can follow you.

what about recorded conversations on police lines?
i had a situation where a relative was verbally abused by cops on calls back and forth from the cop and the police station to the person's cell phone.
when we sought discovery for court, and went to the police station, asking, then demanding, those tapes from the chief of police, they weren't provided.
in court, they said not all their calls are recorded...and played it that they used a different line. bull$shit.

Christopher King said...


i did not say that cops in MA are compelled to produce the video. I'll need to run a Lexis search for you this morning and get back to you on that.

What I am saying is that I think they are, because FOIA law is fairly universal and Kelly was ORDERED to provide the video to me and other media routinely get access to police information.

As to whether you're entitled to the phone calls listen to this police phone call about me.

'Nuff said, pun fully intended =^.)

Christopher King said...

I gotta get to work but the first case I came across is fascinating.....

Google this one:

Jean v. Mass. State Police, No. 06-1775, UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FIRST CIRCUIT, 492 F.3d 24; 2007 U.S. App. LEXIS 14813; 35 Media L. Rep. 1929, June 22, 2007, Decided.

Christopher King said...


I'll get to your question later but dig this:

In the Jean case the owner of an activist website posted illegally-taped video of an illegal warrantless search and the Court of Appeals ruled that there wasn't a damn thing the State could do to stop her.

She runs a website very critical of the Worcester D.A. John Conte (wonder if he is related to Russell in NH) and he is no longer in office.


I'm going to meet this woman, thank you for your question that led me to her!