16 March 2008

Union Leader, WMUR and Franconia's Jeffrey Jesseman cover KingCast v. Ayotte/Franconia litigation for Right-to-Know Sunshine Week.

Okay, actually, that's a damn lie and I'm a damn liar: The Union Leader and WMUR have not issued one peep about the Grafton Superior litigation, even though Judge Timothy Vaughn ruled:

1. NH AG Kelly Ayotte is compelled to produce the original Bruce McKay 5/11 dash cam video for KingCast to review and record, which we will do in the next coupla' weeks.

2. NH AG Kelly Ayotte acted ILLEGALLY in failing to provide homicide protocol to KingCast.

3. Town of Franconia is ORDERED to provide Affidavits regarding their purported searches for complaint against Bruce McKay and other information including arrest and Use-of-Force Complaints involving McKay and Liko Kenney.

4. Town of Franconia is ORDERED to provide entire, unredacted personnel file of Bruce McKay. I believe that they did do this already or at least they said they did. Meanwhile, some of the information is undoubtedly NOT protected by RSA 91-A:5 privacy, take a look.

Union Leader and WMUR are also not covering the related case of KingCast/Brian Jesseman v. Union Leader, in which we are arguing for the release of an IP address and contact information for the tool who posed at Brian Jesseman as being in support of Martha McLeod's properly-failed HB 1428/Bruce McKay Highway. We make this argument with support from Harvard Law blog and a case on point. Also, Fuzzy Zoeller sued Wikipedia one and two after some tool issue material lies about his actions, so even anonymous Defamation is not always protected. Chicken and collards for everyone!

Union Leader and WMUR are also not covering the arrest of Gregory P. Floyd for theft at his workplace (Wal-Mart) which was allegedly caught on video. KingCast will be entitled to that video, thank you. At $350 it's a Misdemeanor in NH so if he's convicted at least he won't be a felon, as his daddy is 3 times over. Union Leader did, however, cover the Permanent Restraining Order Judge Vaughn issued for AJ Boisvert against Floyd after he threatened to pull a gun on her without Just Cause. His criminal case is continued to the day after our birthdays -- 15 April, 2008.

Yep, nothing to see here. Solar eclipse; might as well be midnight.

But Franconia Selectman Candidate Jesseman is covering it, and people are watching.

As a former editor of a statewide weekly, and reporter at a statewide daily, I find the silence deafening.

Related post: Spitzer, Nifong, Ayotte. Three peas in a pod.

Related post: KingCast, Jennifer Horn and Sunshine Week 2007.

11 comments:

Christopher King said...

Now I sincerely hate the fact that Major Media is making me a liar.

So what I will do, then, is get right back to work on

a) The Memoranda requested by Judge Vaughn indicating why he should assess costs/sanctions in this case. Not against me, against the GOVERNMENT.

b) The Memoranda requested by Judge Lynn as to KingCast standing and Brian Jesseman's position in the Hillsborough County litigation. Of course as noted, Harvard Law blog and the related case therein will be of substantial assistance, as the case is indeed "on all fours."

... and that's no word of a lie.

KingCast: The relentless search for Truth, honesty and transparent government.

Namaste.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like you need to do something to get the presses attention. Outrageous. Something outrageous. Does not sell newspapers otherwise, which is the business.

Good luck.

Christopher King said...

The cases themselves are outrageous enough.

If I go off too much then they will write some negative spin pablum on me and gloss over the substance.

It is fascinating to watch the litigation, be involved in the litigation and watch the (non) coverage.

Heaven forbid any of Liko's positions should be vindicated. Instead it's all about heroes McKay and Floyd and what a bad person Liko Kenney was.

Namaste.

Anonymous said...

The Union Leader has had practice writing about what a bad person Maura Murray was too....they assasinated her character to portray her as a drunken suicidal runaway....

All bets are on.... the IP address is behind door number 3...

Anonymous said...

I'm still stuck, why would McKay turn his back to Liko on 5/11?
Did McKay think the live round from Liko's gun was already in Floyd's pocket safe and sound?
Did McKay intend to have Floyd shoot Liko all along?

Christopher King said...

12:07

And of course they villified me in this editorial they eventually yanked but not before I copied it.

Who's behind the IP address?

I bet it's someone connected with LE.

13:32

That's a lot of conjecture you're spoutin' out. Best to wait for KingCast to review the original video and audio of Bruce McKay's cruiser and see if that helps us in our assessment.

Unless of course Kelly files an appeal, and there would be no reason for her to do that because there's nothing to hide, right.

Anonymous said...

12:32
it is my opinion that, at the very least, mckay thought he'd adequately disabled Liko after inducing fear by ramming Liko's car, and physically disabling him (and his passenger) with OC spray.

then, he could smugly turn and walk away.
but....TO DO WHAT? WHAT WAS MCKAY'S NEXT INTENDED ACTION?

we will never know. i doubt it would have been good, however.

Anonymous said...

McKay turns his back on Liko: cocky,(no vest) confident and arrogant (as usual) with his "protector" just a matter of feet away promising---, hey wait a minute, you promised ---, as Liko fills him full of lead (and his gun jams, dang it!). Surprise! Surprise! Tough luck old friend,
'now son, watch carefully'
more conjecture

Christopher King said...

Conjecture is bad.

Remember I've been castigated for that.

Good Thing the Judiciary has awarded the People, through KingCast, the ability to take things beyond conjecture.

This is a New Era of Law.

As New Hampshire is the leading edge of politics so too shall it be the leading edge of Internet Law and Policy, even though Defendant Ayotte and her representative failed to issue a 2006 Right-to-Know Report that is a legal mandate pursuant to Statute.

In my not so humble opinion Judge Vaughn issued reasonable ruling, subject to the items I have pursued in the KingCast Motions for Reconsideration.

I hope that Judge Lynn will follow suit, in agreement with the Harvard Law blog and related case.

Both of these Jurists understand the gravity of their decisions, and even though Judge Lynn thinks KingCast is "Unfortunate... and nonsense" as noted in this KingCast video, "Advocacy in Action, here and now," he issued a proper decision on prior occasion allowing KingCast full camera access, which has been followed by the New Hampshire Supreme Court directive allowing cameras and laptops in Court.

Attorneys Greg and Kate Sullivan are well aware of that, as noted in this Union Leader story. Funny how selective the UL is with their Sunshine Information, yah.

Anyway, I pioneered that back in Ohio, in 1996, as some of the video linked above is from 1997 =^.)

No bullshit.

Real shit.

Sound reasonable?

It is.

Because I'm a reasonable guy.

Namaste.

Christopher King said...

Conjecture is bad.

Remember I've been castigated for that.

Good Thing the Judiciary has awarded the People, through KingCast, the ability to take things beyond conjecture.

This is a New Era of Law.

As New Hampshire is the leading edge of politics so too shall it be the leading edge of Internet Law and Policy, even though Defendant Ayotte and her representative failed to issue a 2006 Right-to-Know Report that is a legal mandate pursuant to Statute.

In my not so humble opinion Judge Vaughn issued reasonable ruling, subject to the items I have pursued in the KingCast Motions for Reconsideration.

I hope that Judge Lynn will follow suit, in agreement with the Harvard Law blog and related case.

Both of these Jurists understand the gravity of their decisions, and even though Judge Lynn thinks KingCast is "Unfortunate... and nonsense" as noted in this KingCast video, "Advocacy in Action, here and now," he issued a proper decision on prior occasion allowing KingCast full camera access, which has been followed by the New Hampshire Supreme Court directive allowing cameras and laptops in Court.

Attorneys Greg and Kate Sullivan are well aware of that, as noted in this Union Leader story. Funny how selective the UL is with their Sunshine Information, yah.

Anyway, I pioneered that back in Ohio, in 1996, as some of the video linked above is from 1997 =^.)

No bullshit.

Real shit.

Sound reasonable?

It is.

Because I'm a reasonable guy.

Namaste.

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