28 June 2008

KingCast says "Get a grip, Joe McQuaid, you're a plagiarist and your hate-filed editorials against Christopher King and Barack Obama are a joke."

Dear Publisher McQuaid:

I read your editorial yesterday in which you decry Barack Obama as being two-faced and deceitful like John McCain, who leaves his disfigured wife so he can shtup a new hottie. Oh, yah:
‘My marriage ended because John McCain didn’t want to be 40, he wanted to be 25. You know that happens...it just does.’
Now THAT's really good Presidential material. Just another dirtbag who can't keep his d*ck outta' the Strange. You say I shouldn't go there about fidelity? Well you guys did it to Jesse Jackson and Bill Clinton so turnaround is Fair Play, dude.

As this Nashua Telegraph item with 620 views shows, you like to write hateful editorials. In fact, you wrote one about me in which you supported a Police Chief who laughs at racial jokes about the possibility of me being gang-raped in prison:
"Hear is sumpten fur ya to thank 'bout you coconut head racist. Ya better save yer food stamps cus youl need money to buy protection where yur going. You 'bout to be Bubbas Bitch. Better get dat vasoline ready."
You even plagiarized Ken Timmerman when you did it. But then you pulled it off of your server. But yet you accuse Barack of being two-faced. If you're not two-faced then put that editorial back up on your server -- put it on your front page and proudly stand behind it. But you won't do that because you know you were wrong and all charges against me as NAACP legal chair for writing a simple demand letter were dismissed and Chief Dunn and his prosecutor were fired and crept out of office under an ethics investigation, respectively.

Your paper and your profile on YouTube shows that you jumped in bed with NH AG Kelly Ayotte and hid valuable information about the Franconia shooting tragedy too. Read the comments or this 11 Oct. 2007 post to see that a Franconia Recovery and Reconciliation member specifically wrote your State House editor Tom Fahey and said that I was the only journalist with the brass to go after the real story, yet to date your paper has not conducted any meaningful inquiry.

It didn't bother me too much that you didn't join Nashua Mayor and 30-year Executive Council member Bernie Streeter and me for a First Amendment Roundtable last year after he gave me a First Amendment/Right-to-Know award. But your deceitful hypocritical nature certainly does. You are an enemy of common sense and blight on the First Amendment.


Christopher King said...


I just got a copy of an e-mail from Chris King that he sent to you. I am pretty sure he picked up my messages to the AG’s office that were less than complimentary re their investigation. However I
have been following his blog since May and it seems he is the only one in the print and electronic media , with any brass to go after the real story. I have been in touch with Joe McQuaid and actually got a personal reply re the Union Leaders position.

It has been my feeling right along and as more details come out, it is clear that Bruce Mckay attacked Liko Kenney using a badge, police uniform and a police cruiser for whatever reason but this was not a “routine stop”. You have to believe most “law abiding”: citizens of the area and especially the locals with a gun rack would never have allowed McKay to even get as close to them in a similar situation as he did to Kenney. It is just as clear that Gregory Floyd never said a word to Kenney but fired at least three shots.

The first at the windshield, the second to blast the passengers side window open and the third when he reached in to execute Kenney. Never a word, never a warning, and no real explanation of how he just happened to be there. Also I think the Union Leader may have missed the fact that Floyds prior felony convictions included the sale of marijuana and PCP.

Sorry to bother you again about this but I think you should take a look at the information out there again.


Christopher King said...

In 1979 – while still married to Carol – he met Cindy at a cocktail party in Hawaii. Over the next six months he pursued her, flying around the country to see her. Then he began to push to end his marriage.

Carol and her children were devastated. ‘It was a complete surprise,’ says Nancy Reynolds, a former Reagan aide.

‘They never displayed any difficulties between themselves. I know the Reagans were quite shocked because they loved and respected both Carol and John.’

Another friend added: ‘Carol didn’t fight him. She felt her infirmity made her an impediment to him. She justified his actions because of all he had gone through. She used to say, “He just wants to make up for lost time.”’