Dear Publisher McQuaid and Managing Editor Pappas:
The Nashua Telegraph dedicated an entire section to Sunshine Week and wrote:
Sunshine Week is a national initiative to open a dialogue about the importance of open government and freedom of information.
Fact: Today's Nashua Telegraph ran this Sunshine Week story "Right to privacy shifts (toward disclosure) in digital age" about a Privacy issue while ignoring the Franconia Right-to-Know developments and a pending case right here in Hillsborough South/Nashua Superior Court 08-E-093 involving an issue that is currently up front and center at the Harvard Law blog as noted 3 paragraphs below. Neither of your publications has done anything with either story even though law has been made, and is about to be made.
That having been said, at this point I respectively ask both of you to schedule a meeting in the next week with retired Mayor Bernie Streeter and me about your coverage of the Franconia shooting tragedy. I don't even have to ask him if he agrees because I know he does and I hope you would agree as well given the KingCast Court victories this month before Grafton Superior Judge Vaughn, 07-E-268.
Fact: As noted in Sunshine Week post #1, NH AG Kelly Ayotte was found to have acted ILLEGALLY with respect to homicide protocol and the Bruce McKay dash cam video (that KingCast will soon be reviewing pursuant to Court ORDER) in RSA 91-A/Right-to-Know, and I have put both of you on Actual Notice of the victory but yet there is no coverage of that.
Fact: Nor is there any coverage of the Privacy case of KingCast/Jesseman v. Union Leader that involves someone posting the FALSE private thoughts of private citizen Brian Jesseman about politics and law enforcement and HB 1428 for Bruce McKay Highway, even though I emailed and telephoned reporters/editors at both papers about the situation, and even though Harvard Law blog and others agree with the KingCast position.
This is news guys, come on. It would be different if the underlying story never graced your respective front pages, but it has, on several occasions. For more about my knowledge of news, and my professional acumen for making the assertions I am about to make, visit the comments.
Fact: I'll be finishing two key Memoranda for Judge Vaughn and for Judge Lynn this evening/tomorrow a.m. that will be featured right here at:
1. Franconia Compliance Memorandum on costs/punitive damages.
2. Post Hearing Memorandum on viability of claims for Brian Jesseman and Standing for KingCast to sue. Here's a paragraph on that one.
All you have in this World guaranteed are your thoughts. And once the Court allows people to steal those unique thoughts and to use them -- indeed misappropriate them for their own political or financial gain and not as satire, while falsely purporting to be the "signatory" -- we really have no reason to proclaim America to be the Land of the Free. People could just steal your thoughts under imprimatur of the Court and use them to promote the causes to which you are diametrically opposed. There’s no Court in the World that should condone that activity.
Fact: Your newspapers did not offer any coverage, contemporaneous or post hoc, although the Telegraph did issue this editorial about a year ago when KingCast prevailed on Right-to-Know at the Nashua School Board and several board members commended me for my professionalism.
Query, why haven't you contacted me about the current cases right here in New Hampshire, instead of running AP out-of-State stories?
I'm out here in the trenches, garnering Sunshine victories and you're ignoring it.
I expect to hear from you shortly.