07 May 2008

KingCast Mother's Day notice of Bad Faith to Judge Vaughn.


Now hosted here at Scribd.com
May it please the Court:

Petitioner finds it crucial for the Court to know that Chief Montminy at one point had the Troy Watts Ethics Complaint against Norman Bruce McKay, yet by and through dereliction of duty, or outright criminality, he disposed of it. The envelope and the fax header from the Town itself tell the whole story. Mere words cannot express Petitioner's contempt for the (in)actions of Defendants Montminy and the Town of Franconia because a substantial argument can and has been made by people including Citizen Jesseman at his blog that these repeated derelictions had a role in the deaths of Liko Kenney and Bruce McKay.

As such, Petitioner will be seeking special counsel to investigate this case in the same manner that a special prosecutor found that Joe Salvati was framed by purportedly forthright government officials. Petitioner includes the 6 May 2008 blawg entry "KingCast says Good God Allmighty, Franconia Chief Montminy & Dan Mullen, Esq. knew all along about the Troy Watts, Esq. Bruce McKay Ethics Complaint," and the following documents for your review:

Envelopes one and two.
Watts Complaint one(repost on TH) and two.
Reneged Plea offer.
Sarah Affidavit.
$820.10 bill for Impala damage one and two.
Motion to Suppress 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.

Your Honor, for the town nor Attorney Mullen to produce this documentation is legally and morally reprehensible and it is my civic duty as former LE, Civil Rights lawyer and journalist to put this Honorable Court on Actual Notice of the aberration of Justice.

CONCLUSION
Petitioner prays that this Court give the matter its full and unwavering attention lest further tragedy befall the North Country.
[Signature]
PS: My indignation toward Defendants was clearly registered on the way out of Court on 10 January. They need to fix Franconia because it is such an otherwise beautiful place.

11 comments:

Christopher King said...

I hate it when I frown like that, it's just not attractive at all.

But then neither is this case so ugly is as ugly does.

Christopher King said...

BTW Mckay's unwarranted Use of Force against Sarah cost the taxpayers $820.10 for repairs to the Impala. Scans coming.

Anonymous said...

Don't you have to present the evidence to the court in a manner following the requisite procedures in order for the judge to consider it? I know, he may somehow look at it unofficially, but if it does not come through formal channels, any action he might take based on it would be unsustainable. Who knows, I hope it works out. But by itself, such a letter does not seem likely to move anything.

Turn that frown upside down. Head for the mountains. . . .

Christopher King said...

That's not the official notice. The official notice is a regular court-filed Word document you will see on Scribd.com later today but right now Scribd is giving me a hard time uploading :)

Christopher King said...

KingCast Mother's Day Notice of Bad Faith on Franconia Defendants
Wednesday, May 7, 2008 1:23 PM
From: "Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.comTo: prosecuts@safety.state.nh.us, terie.norelli@leg.state.nh.us....Kelly.Ayotte@doj.nh.gov, Jeffery.Strelzin@doj.nh.gov, Nancy.Smith@doj.nh.gov, James.Kennedy@doj.nh.gov, bud.fitch@dohj.nh.gov, dmullen@ranspell.com, wchapman@orr-reno.com....

What did the dog eat the homework again folks?

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2008/05/kingcast-mothers-day-notice-of-bad.html

May it please the Court.....

Anonymous said...

Did you intend to release Ms. Emberley's name or are you just careless?

Christopher King said...

I have blocked it out wherever I saw it.

I will redouble my efforts to check again and I take great care to review this case, unlike any other media organization.

Thank you for your care and concern.

Christopher King said...

9:26

Found it. I will correct it momentarily and then resume my Bar Query/Complaint relative to whether Chief Montminy forwarded the Complaint to Attorney Mullen and whether they were careless in adhering to Judge Vaughn's order.

To summarize:

a) did Defendant Montminy in fact forward the matter to his insurance carrier, i.e. Dan Mullen as Attorney Watts warned him to do;

b) if so, did Mullen have an ethical duty to provide the documents to Montminy or to the Court when requested given that there is no Attorney Client Privilege that attaches because these are public documents;

c) is Mullen's office considered a place that should have been searched pursuant to the Order of the Court as noted in Defendant Montminy's Affidavit?

Christopher King said...

Here's the ethics complaint, BTW.

Martin said...

Good Job! :)

Christopher King said...

Thanks Martin, that's why they haven't answered it for an entire month; they hope it goes away.

Keep reading this blawg because the Cause for Justice is just getting started my brother.

Peace.