22 October 2008

Bloody Kelly, like Bloody Betty, goes to work on Michael Addison, trying to murder a suspected murderer.

It's no secret that many NH politicians (State Reps Paul McEachern and Renny Cushing) and I are opposed to the Death Penalty. Here is Mr. Cushing's website, Murder Victims' Families for Human Rights. For further reading enjoy Sam Reese Sheppard's website. Let's just say Sam and I go back a ways, to Terry Gilbert and his father's case that also involved F. Lee Bailey and for some crazy reason spawned "The Fugitive" movie and TV series.

But see, Kelly can't seem to do too much right lately, from covering up the Michael Paulhus and Franconia investigations, not knowing NH Law on same-sex marriages and having to pay attorney fees for Planned Parenthood, and DNA reporting for NH Youth, all documented herein.

So at least she can hope to kill a salt & pepper couple of perps (Addison and John Brooks,) all of this in line with the hard Right who favors the Death Penalty but which is also typically not in favor of a woman's right to choose. Just a bunch of hypocrites.

As for Addison's case I think the capital portion of the case turns on whether he knew it was an LE when he shot over his shoulder. I'm not sure if the shooting over the shoulder part will be coming in though, because of the Miranda violation.

Who is Bloody Betty you ask? When I was an AAG, she was my former boss whose ass I later handed to her on appeal in V1996-61481 after Hamilton, OH cops Rhodes and Hensley did a dance on Michael Isreal's throat. Unlike Ayotte, at least Betty was progressive on some social issues. Ayotte is just a Right-Wing fascist beat down overseer.

PS: Michael Briggs, Rest in Peace. Unlike Bruce McKay -- your black sheep cousin to the North -- I've never met anyone who has had a bad thing to say about you, and I've asked a LOT of people.

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

I would have to agree !

Brigg's died in the line of duty as a hero.

McKay did not !

Anonymous said...

Why doesn't it surprise me you oppose the death penalty?
You would rather waste taxpayer dollars to house clothe and feed someone who would take another persons life. But then again you aren't gainfully employeed so why should you care, it's not your money.
I doubt you would feel the same way about the death penalty if it was your mother or father who were murdered.

Anonymous said...

sorry I meant to add not that I would wish that on anyone

Christopher King said...

5:44

I am gainfully employed.

I have opposed the Death Penalty ever since I heard of it, Just as Rep. Cushing does and his FATHER was murdered by a rogue cop, standing in the door of his own home.

Go talk your trash to him, and State Rep McEachern; tell them they are not gainfully employed too.

Jackass.

Anonymous said...

Christopher King wrote:
"having to pay attorney fees for Planned Parenthood, and DNA reporting for NH Youth, all documented herein."
Another of your play on words when in fact it is clearly duplicitous. Exactly what attorney fees have been paid in regard to the DNA testing?

None!

Please cite a specific DNA lawsuit (don't discuss any other suits other than DNA) in the State of NH that has been adjudicated and Kelley Ayotte has been ordered to pay attorney fees for.

Your own headline "bring on the lawsuits"

Christopher King said...

5:44

As to my family being killed, no, I would rather that person be habilitated and become a productive member of our society.

That does happen.

Now if I catch a perp in the throes of killing my niece and I kill them in a struggle, no I wouldn't be too upset. I freely admit that.

As to your financial viability argument, it too is without merit.

And you're still a jackass.

-The KingCaster

Christopher King said...

5:54

The phrase is to be read in the disjunctive, that's why there is a comma there.

You read it in the conjunctive.

Try again.

PS: If you want the Planned Parenthood Attorney fees you can read that here, just click where it says "hahahahaha...."

The DNA Attorney Fees will be coming in the next several years, wait for it, fool.

Christopher King said...

PS: But you did get the word "duplicitious" in there, good for you, I see the thesaurus your Aunt gave you is coming in handy.

-The KingCaster

Anonymous said...

gainfully employed ? Wasn't your tax return submitted last year for somewhere around $14,000.

Go tell Cpl McKay's daughter and his ex wife and fiance that you oppose the death penalty.

Like I said you don't care because it doesn't effect your wallet.
By GODs command
Exodus 21:23-25
And if any mischief follow, then thou shalt give life for life,
Eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot,
Burning for burning, wound for wound, stripe for stripe.

Anonymous said...

thanks for the aunt comment, shall I post her obituary she just passed away on Oct 4th. The only jackass is you and you just reaffirm that fact with every post you make everywhere.

Anonymous said...

McKay owns the actions of 5/11.

Christopher King said...

6:02

Even if that were my tax return amount in the first year after a bogus 2-year First Amendment Indictment beat down, you seem to be placing a value on someone citizenship by how much money they make.

That's crap dude because by your flatulent screamings you've got all the money in the World and you're still a jackass.

And I, along with the State Reps (whose opinion you conveniently ignored) will most definitely tell Bruce's fiancee, his daughter and his formerly abused-spouse Angela that we oppose the Death Penalty.

I oppose it for Gregory W. Floyd as well, even though he probably murdered Liko Kenney.

As to your Aunt, I am sorry for your loss.

Even though you are a jackass.

Anonymous said...

If you're going to quote scripture in arguing for the death penalty, then be sure to include ALL the sins God deems worthy of death: i.e.; homosexuality, rape, kidnapping, adultery, witchcraft, disobedience to parents, blasphemy, etc.

Christopher King said...

6:02

Even if that were my tax return amount in the first year after a bogus 2-year First Amendment Indictment beat down, you seem to be placing a value on someone citizenship by how much money they make.

That's crap dude because by your flatulent screamings you've got all the money in the World and you're still a jackass.

And I, along with the State Reps (whose opinion you conveniently ignored) will most definitely tell Bruce's fiancee, his daughter and his formerly abused-spouse Angela that we oppose the Death Penalty.

I oppose it for Gregory W. Floyd as well, even though he probably murdered Liko Kenney.

As to your Aunt, I am sorry for your loss.

Even though you are a jackass.

Christopher King said...

7:48

Not to mention the fact that I thought there was supposed to be a separation between church and state in the U.S.

Yah, right.

It's all about whatever Judeo-Christian ethos they're handing out on any particular day.

Not that I oppose either of those two religions per se, I'm just pointing out America's hypocrisy.

Christopher King said...

Kelly's death penalty crusade.
Wednesday, October 22, 2008 12:04 PM
From:
"Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com
Add sender to Contacts
To:
pmceachern@shaines.com, info@murdervictimsfamilies.org, Marta.Modigliani@dos.nh.gov, Andrew.Paparella@abc.com, Kelly.Ayotte@doj.nh.gov, Jeffery.Strelzin@doj.nh.gov, Joanne.Robbins@doj.nh.gov, graftonca@yahoo.com, ray.burton4@gte.net, John.Gallus@leg.state.nh.us

In which she tries to do actually set out to accomplish something without making a mistake during her tenure. Too bad that what she's trying to do is wrong.

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2008/10/bloody-kelly-like-bloody-betty-goes-to.html

22 October 2008
Bloody Kelly, like Bloody Betty, goes to work on Michael Addison, trying to murder a suspected murderer.

Anonymous said...

I hope Mr. Addison enjoys spending time with Liko in hell for killing a police officer.

Anonymous said...

Before you condemn all of America for it's hypocrisy, perhaps you should look at your own and deal with that first.

As far as your antiquated 1989 report.
In a current US DOJ report the average cost to house a prisoner for life without parole is $28,650.00. The average cost for the trial is $55,000.00. Using this formula in conjunction with an inmate entering prison a 30 years of age and dying in prison at 70 years of age it costs $1,256,000.00

Christopher King said...

10:07

Bah, humbug.

If Liko went to hell (for those who believe in that) he would be met by Bruce McKay for abusing dozens of North Country citizens, including his ex-wife.

Keep your facts straight, fool.

I'm here to help.

Christopher King said...

11:04

So to hell with rehabilitation, then.

And you want some more current stats and info, like from 2008, well look right here.

And I'm not a hypocrite, I respect open government regardless of party affiliation.

While you're at it, why don't you write a letter to State Reps Paul McEachern and Renny Cushing and tell them how stupid they are too.

I'll like the part when you tell Cushing, "you don't know what it's like, Man....."

Anonymous said...

You're incapable of posting without a derogatory comment. I have my facts straight, as of this year alone there are 2270 inmates who were sentenced as children LWOP. That alone equates to $28,511,200.00 total cost based on them reaching age 70. There are 1.3 million inmates current housed in prisons in the United States, of that 200,000 are LWOP inmates. Now you do the goddamn math on those numbers.
No one who murders someone else should be able to continue to breath air, be housed,or fed 3 squares a day. They also have medical attention that many non criminals can't even afford.

As a civil rights activist I would think that money could be spent better for the education of youth which could possibly prevent them to a life of crime and possibly being the next statistic behind bars with LWOP.

Anonymous said...

You ARE the BIGGEST hypocrite I know. You want a murderer to get a free pass and live, but get all pissed off that an Attorney who was disbarred was able to get his license to practice back and works at the Shaheen firm.
Read your blogs and see how many friggin times have you gone off about that.

Anonymous said...

Think a murderer can be rehabilitated tell that to Gregory Smarts family, or any other family that has had a loved one murdered.

Anonymous said...

Chrissy - you've asked a "LOT" of people about Briggs and no one has said anything about about him so he's okay? You are an aboslute moon-bat! Who the hell to you think you are? All this bluster you blow has gone to your head. Your hatred for the AG has completely distorted your own self-importance. Stick to what you know and leave it at that. Keep your ditribes restricted to other things and kindly stay out of the business going on up in Manchester. You may bite off more than you can chew.

Christopher King said...

3:21 et seq:

How many times have I gone off about a disbarred and convicted felon attorney working for Shaheen and Gordon?

About 10% of the times that someone has gone off about how I couldn't possibly be a good lawyer because I got suspended.

Ha-hah, GOTCHA there, as Bruce McKay's license plate screams.

******

As to your arguments in favor of the Death Penalty, you disagree with me (and dozens of NH legislators, the vote was 185-173, remember) and that's okay.

Again, especially you at 3:28 save your vitriol for former State Rep. Renny Cushing, who agrees with me and whose father was murdered by a rogue cop.

You can't touch that so you try to ignore it, but I got you pegged.

Even so, there's no need to come in here cussing and stuff.

********

Stick to stuff I know?

I know a lot about police abuse, fool.

And I asked a lot of people about Michael Briggs so that I could make an informed statement about him.

You got a problem with that?

Christopher King said...

You're incapable of posting without a derogatory comment. I have my facts straight, as of this year alone there are 2270 inmates who were sentenced as children LWOP. That alone equates to $28,511,200.00 total cost based on them reaching age 70. There are 1.3 million inmates current housed in prisons in the United States, of that 200,000 are LWOP inmates. Now you do the goddamn math on those numbers.

.....stop it, you swearing in my blawg is derogatory.

.....and I see your analysis was entirely devoid of the cost of prosecution to Death Penalty. And remember when you do your math, that prisoners don't have a full life span as we do.

.....and I suppose that none of these 1.3M people would be rehabilitated and do good for society, either.

Remember dude, I'm consistent:

I told you I'm not even in favor of the Death Penalty for Gregory W. Floyd and I think he's a murdering sack of dung, a human being virtually devoid of any intrinsic worth or value to society, a PCP-dealing, multiple 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) offender, you betcha'.

-The KingCaster

Anonymous said...

.....and I suppose that none of these 1.3M people would be rehabilitated and do good for society, either.

But, they will definitely not kill again.