26 August 2008

KingCast site of the month: Ratemycop.com -- as Chief NH cop Kelly Ayotte stalls on more RSA 91-A requests for audio, video.

Ratemycop is a great site and we need it in New Hampshire because right now there is absolutely no oversight of law enforcement whatsoever. Nothing. Zip. Zero. Zilch.

The lack of overview in NH -- HB 58 failed -- is why the bogus 5/11 scenario developed.

I wrote to Martha McLeod a year ago in support of Civilian Review Boards and she ran off and talked to Kelly Ayotte's sidekick Jeffrey Strelzin and accused Davey Kenney and me of "stalking" her. Read the colloquy.

Then Kelly is late responding to my inquiry about Bruce McKay's dash cam video from earlier on 5/11. I wrote for it on 18 August 2008 so Kelly is tardy. DOS lawyer Marta Modigliani has timely responded and she is looking into it.

But perhaps even more compelling than that is the missing 43 seconds of audio, from Grafton County dispatch, just as Bruce McKay was violating 8 distinct pursuit and OC Spray policies, yah. She's got a few more days left on that one so watch this space.

as noted in this post, in Boston just last week five (5) cases were ordered re-opened by a review panel. In New Hampshire all we can do is appeal to the U.S. House.

That's pathetic, but welcome to New Hampshire, where Governor Lynch doesn't care; in fact he's complicitous in the whole nefarious scheme. It does a HUGE disservice to good LE, and I honestly believe the overwhelming majority of beat cops are indeed good and honest, hard working stiffs who do not attempt to abuse their authority as Bruce McKay did for years and years until his shameful final act.

In New Hampshire, Dow Murders website owner Karen Saffian is putting Governor Lynch on notice that he needs to take a stand. She was ex fiancee to a cop named Richard Dow who likely murdered his second wife and adoptive son; bludgeoned them and torched them right up on an '82 SAAB.

Read and sign her letters to Governor Lynch.


Anonymous said...

Where to start? First, you truly know nothing of what kind of oversight there is in law enforcement. Much of what is done the that regard, are personnel matters and therefore they are not public. I’ve numerous example to draw from, but will not dignify dirt to you - and you call yourself a lawyer...baay!

Next, no one in law enforcement, save for the two nitwit cops from Nashua you call your friends, really care what you think of them. Believe it or not, you really do not matter in the lives of others, specifically the men and women who fight crime (a calling you’ve not the balls for) = again save for the few you cal friends (you know, that murdering puke Kenney, his doped up skiing uncle, and a couple of puss wholes spatter about in your pathetic world).

Lastly, I’m sure the reason no one has answered your calls for whatever it is you seek, is because your requests are usually (and I’m sure they are this time), goofy, frivolous and outside the language of the law. Check your REAL resume and it is rife with corruption, indictments and suspended law license(s). Just stating the fact, give my first amendment rights and all. You would not want to infringe on them would you?

So, go back to popping your girlfriend’s ass pimples and have a nice night.

Anonymous said...




[Cite as Columbus Bar Assn. v. King (2002), 95 Ohio St.3d 93.]

Attorneys at law --

MISCONDUCT -- One-year suspension

with credit for time
served -- Failing to fulfill purpose of mentorship imposed at previous
disciplinary proceeding -- Engaging in conduct indicating inability to
function as a professional lawyer in a courtroom or afford clients
adequate representation -- Failure to pay costs imposed at previous
disciplinary proceeding.
(No. 98-423 -- Submitted January 8, 2002 -- Decided April 24, 2002.)
ON CERTIFIED REPORT by the Board of Commissioners on Grievances and
Discipline of the Supreme Court, No. 96-115.

Per Curiam. In December 1998, for conduct in January 1996, we
suspended Christopher King, now of Dallas, Texas, Attorney Registration No.
0062199, from the practice of law in Ohio for one year, but stayed the suspension
on the condition that during that year he be placed on probation and work with a
mentor appointed by the relator, Columbus Bar Association. Columbus Bar Assn.
v. King (1998), 84 Ohio St.3d 174, 702 N.E.2d 862. We also imposed costs of
that proceeding on respondent.

On February 19, 1999, relator appointed Guy L. Reese II, a former
Franklin County Municipal Court Judge and a former Franklin County Common
Pleas Court Judge, to be respondent's mentor. Based upon the mentor's report to
the relator and respondent's failure to make the payment ordered in our December
1998 order, relator requested on September 13, 2000, that respondent's probation
be revoked, that his stayed suspension be reinstated, and that respondent be held
in contempt. Respondent opposed this request, and the matter was heard by a

panel of the Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline of the
Supreme Court.

At a hearing on June 6, 2001, the panel considered testimony, exhibits,
and stipulations. It received evidence that on January 9, 1998, Judge David Cain
of the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas imposed a Civ.R. 11 sanction on
respondent in the amount of $5,000 to be paid in thirty days for frivolous
behavior in continuing to pursue an action despite his client's own
acknowledgement that she had no claim. Respondent did not appeal the order or
pay the sanction. Instead, he wrote a letter to the judge and filed suit against him.
The panel received evidence that on September 9, 1998, Judge Edmund A.
Sargus, Jr., of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio
fined respondent $1,500 in attorney fees and $1,311.73 in costs for his conduct in
Lampley v. Vagnier (1998), No. C2-96-337. Respondent did not appeal this
sanction or two others in the same case that totaled $5,139, nor did he pay them,
except for possibly $300 of the attorney fees. On February 28, 2000, Judge
Sargus ordered respondent to appear and show cause why he should not be held
in contempt for failure to pay the sanctions.

The panel also received evidence that on February 11, 1999, Judge
Algenon L. Marbley of the United States District Court for the Southern District
of Ohio held respondent in contempt for the manner in which he comported
himself in Belcher v. Ohio Dept. Human Serv., (S.D.Ohio 1999), 48 F.Supp.3d
729, and ordered him to complete a six-week preceptorship with Professor
Shirley Mays of the Capital University Law School. Respondent did not at any
time comply with the requirements of the preceptorship.

The panel received further evidence that on July 7, 1999, Visiting Judge
John Martin of the Franklin County Common Pleas Court held respondent in
contempt and granted a mistrial due to respondent's conduct in Smith v.
Professional Cellular Serv., Inc., No. 95CVH-12-8949, and ordered him to pay

January Term, 2002
attorney fees and court costs. Respondent instead filed a complaint against Judge

In addition, the panel received evidence that respondent informed his
monitor, Judge Reese, that additional sanctions had been imposed against him of
$1,852.50 by Judge David Cain in Oglesby v. Columbus, Franklin C.P. No. 97-
CVC-03-3823, of $2,077.59 by Judge Nodine Miller of the Franklin County
Common Pleas Court in Hamm v. Gahanna City Council, No. 95CVF085484, of
$200 by Judge Cain in Michael v. Whitehall, No. 97CVC012333, and of $1,000
by Judge James L. Graham of the United States District Court for the Southern
District of Ohio in Archer v. Roman, No. C-2-95-1187.

On the basis of this evidence the panel found that respondent had not
fulfilled the purpose of his mentorship and that his conduct indicated that he
could neither function as a professional lawyer in a courtroom nor afford his
clients adequate representation.

In addition, the panel further found that respondent had not paid the costs
imposed in our December 1998 order. The panel recommended that respondent's
probation be terminated and that his suspension from the practice of law be

We have reviewed the record and adopt the findings of the panel. It is
clear from the numerous sanctions that respondent received during his term of
probation for his conduct in several courts, sanctions that remain unpaid, that the
mentor's report is credible. Further, in three years respondent has not paid the
costs we imposed in December 1998, costs that we ordered paid within ninety

We have already revoked respondent's probation and reinstated his
suspension on October 4, 2001, "pending entry of a final order by this court." 93
Ohio St.3d 1438, 755 N.E.2d 901. Respondent is hereby suspended from the
practice of law for one year with credit for time served. Respondent is further

ordered to pay the costs of the original proceeding in the amount of $1,363.71
plus interest of ten percent from March 8, 1999 until paid. Respondent shall
further pay the costs of these proceedings.
Judgment accordingly.


Christopher King said...

For whatever it is I seek, you mean the emails that are a public record by law and the missing two minutes of dispatch time?

Tell you what I have the balls to do:

Meet your sorry ass at the court hearing, shake your hand and bet you $100 I win on the email issue at a minimum.

Sorry you don't like Lieutenant Tim Goulden, who was Nashua's lead prosecutor for years or David A. Horan, who was lead Hillsborough Prosecutor for years.

They don't give a rat's ass about you, either.

Also, I can guarantee you that plenty of LE care about what I think, they just don't have the balls to publicly state their names because deep down inside they are cowards.

Like you.

And don't get started on my resume, which is replete with lies told under Oath by now-fired Jaffrey Chief Dunn, and a bogus prosecution dismissed in its entirety.

Again, NH LE at its finest, with the Dow murders on its resume.

And oh, yah:

Girlfriend ain't got no ass pimples, you must be thinkin' 'bout what you do to your momma'.

Christopher King said...


There is no meaningful overview in NH -- HB 58 failed -- and that is why the bogus 5/11 scenario developed.

If it would make your little troll life any easier I can just start posting the wholly irrelevant Ohio Bar information along with my response from this post, with the hot links, that way you wouldn't have to show the World what a jackass you really are:

To the new and uninitiated:

Did you notice that NONE OF THIS has anything to do with what Caleb Macaulay said, or the lies that Kelly set forth?

Or the missing two (2) minutes of audio?

1. The fact of the matter is (again) that no one else in Ohio had got LE found liable for making someone a victim of violent crime.

2. $58,500.00 in 1998 dollars is more than reasonable for the fact that Michael had no palpable injury. Ask any lawyer.

3. Not only did we prevail on the settlement, we also won the criminal trials (the usual resisting arrest/assault on an Officer BS like they ran against Liko Kenney) before an all-white jury in Hamilton, Ohio, as the jury foreman told me part of the reason they voted for Michael and Justice was because I was better than Sam Boorst "you got more honey than his vinegar," was his EXACT quote.


4. There was no "wiretap," it was a phone recording on a speaker phone and it was not unethical or illegal because

a) Ohio had not adopted the model ABA rules.

b) Ohio was a one-party state, meaning only one party needs to know who is taping.

This is why they couldn't suspend me so instead they put me on "probation" for a year and I reported to a ex-military lawyer who at the end said I failed to fulfill the terms of my probation, so NOW I'm suspended. When asked in my suspension hearing what I failed to do that he wanted me to do, he had no answer.

And BTW one can see Mr. Isreal at my suspension hearing arguing in my defense.

And BTW we were attacking the same kind of racism that caused Peckett's to be closed when the government found that they would not accommodate black folks so rather than to follow the government order to desegregate, they closed the inn!

The landlord had called my client a "nigger lover," which I validated by neutral sources.

Anyway, on Pecketts, I know a guy that burned it down in a training exercise.

5. Now then, coming to the biggest joke of them all, the "extortion" case against me was DISMISSED in its entirety, along with the bogus "Unauthorized Practice of Law" case brought by Kelly.

Here is a summation post, showing the Demand Letter I sent to Chief Dunn after his cops stuck 3 guns in an unarmed man's face and visual body cavity searched him for loitering.

Yes, loitering. He won his criminal "case" without a lawyer, yes he did.

a) Police Chief Dunn fired.
b) Prosecutor Bill Albrecht resigns under an ethics investigation.
c) NAACP's Gloria Timmons and Jaffrey Chief Dunn both lied under Oath.
d) Nashua Telegraph and Mayor Streeter wrote editorial in favor of KingCast and gave me a Mayoral Commendation.

Thanks for bringing that up though so that people can see how foul the government and some "Civil Rights" organizations can be.

But what you failed to do my friend, is to offer any comment about what YOU have done for Civil Rights, or Right-to-Know.

Here's a good post from Daily Kos about today's NAACP:

"...I like your style, even if it's intemperate, it's creative intemperateness. I like that you touched on the way in which hallowed institutions from the civil rights era like NAACP are subject to intense pressures from those outside the organization who wish to subvert the "brand" from within. In this way, legacy institutions end up perverted and co-opted, since at the end of the day all organizations have to be run by real people in real time, in the present moment. If they don't take steps to energetically preserve and adapt their mission to changing times, it's like taking a cruise on the Queen Mary while she sits in dry dock. It's pretty, but you're not getting anywhere."


Lastly, you know what's funny?

I talk to people who have spoken with Casey Sherman about this matter, one of whom went to prep school with Casey.

He is a well-respected writer even as acknowledged by the same circle jerk trolls at Topix (where Casey no longer reads BTW) and I know that Casey is making some of the exact same points as I am. So when he publishes his book next year what will the trolls say then?

North Country folks will not be fooled by these trolls, I only bothered to respond because newbies might have some questions.

-The KingCaster

6:24 AM

Anonymous said...

Wow, a lead prosecutor and lieutenant - impressive. I could care less what he was, if he buys into you protrayal and hatred toward McKay and his daughter ('cause let's say it, every time you say what you say, you tear more and more at that young girls heart). So, screw Gould and tell him I said so.

As for shaking your hand - not on your best day.

Say what you want about the Ohion court ruling, but it falls on deaf ears with eveveryone. The things you say are lies, so I rely on facts, which of course is in the langue of the suspension....duh.

Lastly, I'm sorry I mispoke about your girl-man, I didn't realize it was your mother - sorry, but thanks for correcting me.

Christopher King said...


Not impressed with a prosector?

Ahhh, I see but you were so-so impressed with the prosecutor who got me indicted behind my back when I had offered to go to the Grand Jury.

At least my friend didn't get chased out of office on any ethics charges.

-The KingCaster.

PS: Your momma'.

Anonymous said...

You Stand Corrected - You're friend, Bernie Streeter is no prize - (and remember, tell Tim I said he's no good if he does go along with your BS. In fact, if he does go along with you, I'm sure he does not let on with his police friends. Trust, he does not!!! So tell me what being said, let's see if he's got the sack to stand tall with you. My sense is, he would never!!

Telegraph Staff

NASHUA - After Mayor Bernie Streeter agreed to a plea bargain Thursday to close his case in Manchester District Court, aldermen voiced their displeasure at the mayor's actions. Alderman-at-Large Jim Tollner, vice president of the Board of Aldermen, said there might still be political fallout now that the legal process is complete.
There likely will be conversations among aldermen about how to show the board's disapproval, Tollner said. The mayor should have admitted his error from the beginning and apologized, instead of dragging the matter out for four months, Tollner said.

The incident showed a "level of arrogance," he said.
Streeter pleaded no contest Thursday to two violations stemming from a collision with a Manchester taxi cab in October while he was driving his city car on a Saturday morning. He was fined $2,400, paid $1,076.40 in restitution to Queen City Taxi, and was ordered to perform 50 hours of community service in Manchester. At various political and business events around the state, people have joked at the city's expense about the mayor's actions, Tollner said.

"It embarrasses the city," he said.
Some aldermen adopted a wait-and-see attitude after the mayor's arrest in October and noted how human failings and mistakes are inevitable. Others submitted legislation to clamp down on the use of city vehicles. The aldermen approved legislation requiring city seals on city-owned and leased vehicles, but have not taken final action on proposals from Ward 3 Alderman Kevin Gage and Alderman-at-Large Paula Johnson to restrict use of city vehicles outside of business hours. Johnson said it would be proper for the mayor to write a letter to the residents of Nashua apologizing for his behavior.

"I hope, in the future, he will be civilized," she said.

The punishment is fair as long as the fines and community service are similar to what any other driver would have received in a similar situation, Johnson said.
Ward 8 Alderman David MacLaughlin said the court's action seems to be "a just punishment."
MacLaughlin, who has criticized Streeter for damaging the reputation of the mayor's office, said Streeter showed very poor judgment in handling the incident. The alderman said his biggest concern was how Streeter appeared to use his elected position as a "shield" from taking responsibility following the collision.

"As long as his community service in Manchester is not done on city time, I think we'll be OK," he said.
Illustration: Staff photos by Kevin Jacobus
Nashua Mayor Bernie Streeter waits for his sentencing to begin at Manchester District Court on Thursday.
Streeter drives away in his personal vehicle after his appearance in court.

Christopher King said...


Yep, and all of Mayor Streeter's events are a matter of public record and everyone knows the full story.

Unlike whatever the hell happened in Franconia.

That's the point.

He knew people like you would call this event on the blawg when he gave me the recommendation and it reinforces the notion that open flow of information about the government is essential, even if or when the government official does something incorrectly.


Go check your sails.

You've lost wind, and you are listing starboard.

Anonymous said...

Like you, old Bernie got a little too big for his britches, thought he was above the law and the MPD put the smack down on him. You two have much in common - too big, hand in cookie jar (in a couple states apparently) and you got the smack down put on you.

Get an award of worth from someone worthy and flaunt that on your little blog - until then, their are no angels in hell, so continue to play with the devil.

Christopher King said...


Smack down in NH?

Looks more like abusive LE who ran away like puppies that peed themselves after I sat through voir dire, yessum'.

But let's assume I was the devil incarnate.

What would that have to do with the lack of investigation on 5/11 and the lack of meaningful oversight of NH LE?



You'll need some more wind for your sails, perhaps you can find it circulating down in your nether regions, somewhere amongst your track-marked, funky drawers.


Christopher King said...

So to be clear, then in NH your heroes:

Marty Dunn: Fired; lied under Oath.

Bill Albrecht, Esq: Resigned under ethics investigation, punked out when he should have been ready to try my case.

Kelly Ayotte: Under $1M lawsuit and failed to negotiate Trooper/Statey dispute.

Gloria Timmons: Lied under Oath.


Some of my supporters:

Lt. Tim Goulden: Resigned as Nashua lead prosecutor to attend law school. No ethics investigation.

David A. Horan, Esq: Resigned as lead Hillsborough County Prosecutor to open successful practice in Manchester.

Bernard A. Streeter: Resigned after 30 years of distinguished service on Governor's/Executive Council and re-elected as Mayor of Nashua. One blemish on his record at the end of his career.

His blemish, I might add, was similar in character but not as bad in severity as U.S. District Court Judge Holschuh, who, distraught after the death of his wife, reportedly crashed his car near his home in Columbus, Ohio and drove away after drinking. Go ask for the Right-to-Know on his case, but you won't do that because he ruled against our client 8-Ball Tattoo on abstention grounds back in '96.


KingCast: Separating sh*t from shineola since 1996.

Anonymous said...

Christopher King, case no. 98-0423. The court voted 7-0 to extend until Oct. 4 a previous suspension of King's license. The court suspended King's license last October after disciplinary commissioners filed findings that King had violated a 1998 Supreme Court order putting him on probation.

The 1998 sanction arose in part from charges that King and a colleague surreptitiously tape-recorded a phone conversation with a client's former landlord and attempted later to use the recording to bring slander charges against the landlord. The court put King on probation, opting to stay the imposition of a one-year license suspension.

Then last August the Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline recommended King's probation be revoked after finding he violated the terms, one of which was to work with a professional mentor. Today's per curiam opinion notes that King's courtroom conduct has netted him more than $16,000 in unpaid sanctions imposed by various state and federal courts.

The opinion also orders King to pay Supreme Court costs, including the $1363.71 plus interest he was ordered to pay in 1998.

Bruce A. Campbell, 614.340.2053, for the Columbus Bar Assn.

Christopher King, 412.426.0400, pro se.

Christopher King said...


Yep, nice of you to post Bruce Campbell's contact information; in fact I just sent him a letter yesterday toward reinstatement!

Thank you for your inspiration, you are an asset (pronounced "asshat") to the blogging community =^.)


-the KingCaster

Anonymous said...

Bruce McKay was an out of control cop. Everyone knows it. Floyd has a checkered history. Liko was troubled.

Point is, there was NO investigation into what happened on 5/11 just a cover-up. With the history of ALL involved they owed it to the citizens of the state of NH to investigate what happened, not cherry pick through some nut's statement choosing from one of three different versions the man gave.

Anonymous said...

I need directions to Franconia, I have to piss.

Anonymous said...

I don't see how people can blame Franconia for the way the investigation went. If anything, look to the DOS, for it WAS the State Police who took command of the case.

It was plucked from the hands of Franconia... a multi-felon from Easton, Liko Kenney, made that so. Where were Liko's parents as he was growing up? Were they there or in HI... rumor has it that when Liko was in NH, his parents were in HI.... that when Liko was in HI or elsewhere, his parents were in NH.

Christopher King said...


I have clearly stated the investigation was Kelly's fault, but keeping McKay on staff was Franconia's fault.



Just face the wind, whip it out and do your business.

Anonymous said...


McKay was still retained on the police force when he should not have been. He was unfit for the position and it has nothing to do with where Liko lived while growing up. For the record and not rumor - he lived with his parent's.

Anonymous said...

response to 8:54 pm

Here is a thought ! Go in your diaper and ask mommy to change it.