31 July 2008

KingCast asks would-be Senator Martha McLeod on her emails to HB 1428 Bruce McKay Highway: Is that your final answer?

Martha:

I know you can't stand me and you refused to return my phone calls even a year ago as I wrote you this very temperate and professional letter. But I'll tell you this: Attorney Strelzin (who lied on 20/20 National TV this month) can't help you now. You would be wise to let me know where you and your counsel stand with respect to your emails as noted and as contemplated by the Attorneys General of Florida, Wisconsin, Missouri AGs and Tennessee.

1. Are the emails to a public official on their public email account a matter of public record?

2. Are the emails to a public official on their private email accounts a matter of public record when those emails contain communications related to public matters?

Now I did see where I missed a Certified letter earlier this month with a receipt number of 70041160000453036840. If you had anything to do with that letter and it pertains to this pending litigation (i.e. perhaps you are coming to your senses like Senator Letourneau) you or your counsel needs to call me or email me today because otherwise I'm going to drop the hammer on you.

857.334.4930

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4 comments:

Christopher King said...

KingCast request to Martha McLeod for final answer.
Thursday, July 31, 2008 8:23 AM
From:
"Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com
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martha.mcleod@leg.state.nh.us, house_communications@leg.state.nh.us, david.frydman@leg.state.nh.us, terie.norelli@leg.state.nh.us, Andrew.Paparella@abc.com, Kelly.Ayotte@doj.nh.gov, Jeffery.Strelzin@doj.nh.gov, graftonca@yahoo.com, ray.burton4@gte.net, John.Gallus@leg.state.nh

Dear Ms. McLeod and State House counsel:

Please advise.

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31 July 2008
KingCast asks would-be Senator Martha McLeod on her emails to HB 1428 Bruce McKay Highway: Is that your final answer?

Christopher King said...

Also, Alex Trebek and Gabe "Kotter" Kaplan were indeed separated at birth.

Anonymous said...

Published: Wednesday, June 22, 2005

City man indicted for extortion attempt

By ALBERT McKEON, Telegraph Staff
amckeon@nashuatelegraph.com

A Nashua man was indicted for trying to extort the town of Jaffrey by falsely claiming he represented the NAACP and demanding $65,000 restitution for the arrest of a black man.

Christopher King acted on his own in seeking compensation for what he described as civil- rights violations in the 2003 arrest of Willie Toney for loitering, Jaffrey police and the NAACP’s Nashua chapter said Tuesday. King also did not advise the NAACP that his law license had been revoked for previous misconduct, the Nashua chapter’s vice president said.

“We got duped,” said Melanie Levesque, the chapter vice president. “I just hope we can move forward from here.”

King had worked as the chapter’s legal redress chairman on a volunteer basis, and the position called for him only to refer people to lawyers, Levesque said. He did not have the right to act as an attorney, Levesque said.

But King denied in an interview that he requested payment without NAACP knowledge. King claims he sent the Nashua and Boston NAACP chapters copies of his correspondence to Jaffrey Police Chief Martin Dunn, and also discussed at chapter meetings his actions on behalf of Toney.

King also denies that he presented himself as an attorney to Jaffrey police, and said he never hid the fact that his law license had been suspended by the Ohio Supreme Court.

“They threw me under the bus,” King said of NAACP officials. “They had complete knowledge, and every single letter.”

King, 40, of 15 Beasom St., is charged with the class B felony crime of attempted extortion. A Cheshire County grand jury handed up the indictment Monday, Dunn said.

In 2003, Jaffrey police arrested Toney after two undercover officers spotted him entering a closed auto parts store, exiting the building for a time and then reentering, Dunn said. Police officers chased a fleeing Toney and arrested him for loitering, a charge the district court later dropped, Dunn said.

King still alleges that the officers drew their guns on Toney and strip-searched him without probable cause because he is black. Toney’s friend, who is white and accompanied him to the area, did not receive the same scrutiny, King said.

But Dunn denies his officers mistreated Toney or that race was a factor.

“There was no touching, no racial comments,” Dunn said. Had Toney’s white friend acted in the same suspicious manner as Toney, he would have been arrested, Dunn said.

King’s claims of civil rights violations and a demand of $65,000 on NAACP letterhead, sent in December, thus startled Dunn, the chief said.

“These were very serious allegations,” Dunn said. “I looked into them quite seriously. I thought the NAACP was legitimately contacting me. I don’t want a police officer acting inappropriately. But there was no basis to it, and the complaint was from 18 months previous.”

Toney, in fact, had never complained about mistreatment until King contacted the town, Dunn said. King told Toney that he wanted 15 percent of the $65,000, Dunn said.

Dunn ultimately discovered that King acted without NAACP approval, and at that point, “I couldn’t give him $5,” the chief said. And when Jaffrey police notified King that the department knew of King’s actual standing with the NAACP, King threatened to call a press conference to discuss the alleged civil rights violations, Dunn said.

The NAACP does not litigate, or threaten to sue any party, Levesque said.

“He’s very energetic and was eager to make the chapter work. That’s why we brought him on board,” Levesque said. “It seemed he was going to do wonderful things with his experience with law, but (a legal aide) also (needs) to follow the guidelines of the NAACP and not put our chapter at risk.”

The Nashua chapter had no knowledge of King’s intervention on Toney’s behalf, nor had any details of Toney’s case, Levesque said. When the NAACP ultimately contacted Toney, he said King had sought him, she said.

Levesque said she was not aware of King’s status with the Ohio bar, and that as soon as the Nashua chapter learned of his communication with Jaffrey police he was relieved of his duties as legal redress chairman. An NAACP legal aide does not need to be an attorney, and the person in that position should not act as one, she said.

King was suspended from the bar in 2001 but the suspension was not imposed so long as he met certain conditions, said Doris Roach, a clerk at the Ohio Supreme Court. However, he did not meet those conditions and was suspended in 2002. He has not reapplied to the bar and was found in contempt, Roach said.

Ohio’s high court found that King, when representing a woman who slipped outside her apartment building, had a friend who was also an attorney call the woman’s former landlord pretending to be another landlord running a tenant check. King’s friend recorded the telephone conversation, in which the former landlord disapproved of the woman as a tenant, and King then amended his suit to include a slander count against the former landlord, the Supreme Court found.

The New Hampshire Bar Association does not recognize King, and he is not licensed to practice in this state, Dunn said

Christopher King said...

And then what happened?

Dunn was fired.

Albrecht was drummed out on an ethics charge.

Cases were ALL DISMISSED.

I'm not even going to bother linking it here.

Oh, well, sure I will.