25 October 2008

NH AG Kelly Ayotte and Dep't of Safety tell KingCast "no tests on Liko Kenney and Bruce McKay's clothing were conducted."

This is lovely. Obviously Bruce McKay fired his gun according to Kelly Ayotte's version of the "facts" so therefore his clothing, and that of Liko Kenney's is relevant per former NH AG Peter Heed's AG "Officer Deadly Force Protocol" Section IV Policy E(9)(e), as noted yesterday.

Dig this:

8. The Department does have certain items of clothing into evidence, however, physical evidence is not subject to the Right to Know law.
9. Please see response in 5 above.
10. The Department does not have any documents responsive to this request.

So they have clothing that they won't give up, even for custodial chain of custody evaluation, yet they conducted no tests of said clothing. That's Barney Fife to the maximum. Actually it's worse than that because it is a planned coverup as opposed to mere incompetence, but hey I wanted to use today's art. Also, see Playboy Enterprises, Inc. v. U.S. Customs Service, 959 F.Supp. 11 (D.D.C., 1997) for the proposition that the U.S. House should order testing of these items of clothing before they are destroyed. It's in the comments.

Anyway, view the full requests and responses here, and in the comments to see that item 10 of course is the KingCast request for
"A copy of any and all of your investigative files or toxicology reports in which the clothing of Liko Kenney or Bruce McKay was analysed in any way."

As to the Paulhus case, in which the civil and criminal cases were settled more than a year ago (Nashua Telegraph), I reckon that will remain "open" for the next 100 years or so. It's ludicrous, so at oral argument I'll note it for the record and at a minimum Kelly and her minions will have to tell the court approximately when they think they might be done "investigating." In reality they never investigated anything, just destroyed all of the evidence as noted by forensic specialist's Paul Erwin Kish report, and failed to conduct any trajectory analysis just as with the windshield bullet in Liko Kenney's Supra.

Not to mention the adjudicated Miranda violations, with Nashua LE posing as AG office representatives, apparently without a shred of disciplinary repercussions from Kelly. That's because Kelly's Keystone Kops can violate Miranda with impunity.

27 comments:

Christopher King said...

Dear Attorney Stabile:
I received your 10 September 2008 letter in which you tell me you need 45 days to stonewall me. Good thing I'll be amending KingCast v. McLeod 08-E-192 well before that to catch anything you try to hold back. Here is what I'm suing to obtain from your boss, Kelly Ayotte:

1. The missing videotape of the Paulhus shooting area that Sgt. Peter Bouchard claimed was being made in his 18 July, 2004 report that I have sitting on my desk. Update: See Bouchard report "They did request a Nashua offier to stand by during the videotaping portion of the crime scene processing to assist in traffic control......" But see 25 March 2005 9:21 a.m. filing "Motion for Additional Discoery -- a Videotape Recording of the Scene or Confirmation on the Record That no Such Tape Exists."
2. All crime scene photos, including the ones with the trajectory rods attached to the Paulhus steering wheel before LE destroyed the steering wheel, passenger headrest and passenger door panel, while failing to conduct any trajectory analysis.
3. All witness statements conducted by Chris Peach or any other LE involved in any investigations, including those employed by your office, Department of Safety, etc, etc.
4. Access to view and photograph all remaining evidence.
5. Access to analyse Michael Paulhus' clothing.
6. The use of force complaint and investigation against Office Michael Fateux.
7. Senior AG Simon Brown's report and any and all AG filings as contemplated (and directly identified by Court reference) by this post about my discussion with Nashua Telegraph's Kevin Landrigan.

8. Bruce McKay's clothing, subject to the same conditions noted in item 9, infra. You have to have maintained it because Bruce fired his gun to create the windshield bullet, as you say because Floyd didn't shoot at Liko until he was allegedly talking to him at carside. See Peter Heed's AG "Officer Deadly Force Protocol" Section IV Policy E(9)(e).
9. Also, I'll need Liko Kenney's clothing for analysis. It will be analysed by a forensic expert and chain of custody maintained. Update: I know the State didn't give it to the Kenney family 'cos Davey Kenney just told me so. Here's what The forensic expert said in Paulhus: "The clothing of Mr. Paulhus was apparently never collected. Had the shirt been collected it may have assisted in establishing muzzle-to-target range."
10. A copy of any and all of your investigative files or toxicology reports in which the clothing of Liko Kenney or Bruce McKay was analysed in any way.

11. A copy of any and all form letters sent to juveniles, their parents or counsel compelling said juveniles to issue DNA samples per RSA 651-C. It's letter DJJS FS Form 004. And you know the bill, it's the one that Kelly cried about in the Union Leader when the legislature didn't expand to include nonviolent juveniles, and they tried to slide them in at the last minute. Yah, those form letters. NH blogger Jonathan Melle has a bit on this in his "On Politics" blog, including a copy of Kelly crying, and I'll have more to come.

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Good Afternoon Mr. King:

I apologize for the delay in getting back to you. After your email of October 6, I uncovered that the Department of Safety may have some documents with regards to Paulhus. I will respond to your numbered requests as follows:


1. The Department does not have any documents responsive to this request.
2. The Department does have crime scene photographs, however, because the investigation is open, I am unable to release them at this time.
3. I have researched this request and have found 12 documents (13 pages) that are responsive to your request and open for inspection. The remainder of the documents that I identified as responsive are not subject to release as the investigation is still active.
4. The Department does have evidence in the Paulhus matter, however, physical evidence is not subject to the Right to Know law.
5. Please see response in 4 above.
6. The Department does not have any documents responsive to this request.
7. The Department does not have any documents responsive to this request.
8. The Department does have certain items of clothing into evidence, however, physical evidence is not subject to the Right to Know law.
9. Please see response in 5 above.
10. The Department does not have any documents responsive to this request.
11. The Department does not have any documents responsive to this request.

Production cost is $1 per page, or $13 total. Upon receipt of a check in the amount of $13, I will be happy to release the documents to you. Please make the check payable to “Treasurer, State of New Hampshire ” and remit to my attention. In the alternative, if you wish to view the documents, please contact my office to arrange a mutually convenient time.

Regards,

Marta Modigliani, Esq.

Christopher King said...

Note also that Kelly initially lied to me when I asked about the Paulhus documents; claiming she didn't have ANY RESPONSIVE DOCUMENTS.

Read it all right here.

So now at court the taxpayers get to hear her explain how she didn't understand my requests for "the Paulhus file," like "oh, you meant the FILE file....." kind of like Bubba with "that depends on what the definition of 'is' is......"

KingCast: We keep on keepin' on, and it's All Good.

Christopher King said...

See first there was

Nichols v. U. S., 325 F.Supp. 130
D.C.Kan. 1971.

(c) The coat worn by President Kennedy at the moment of his assassination believed to contain trace metals from bullet CE399. The coat is Warren Report Exhibit CE393.

(d) The shirt worn by President Kennedy at the moment of his assassination believed to contain trace metals from the bullet that penetrated the fabric. Warren Report Exhibit CE344.

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But see Playboy Enterprises, Inc. v. U.S. Customs Service, 959 F.Supp. 11 D.D.C.,1997 for the proposition that the U.S. House should order testing of these items of clothing before they are destroyed. The other interesting issue is whether Liko Kenney's estate and family have a possessory right to his clothing. I have not researched that yet.

[3] Headnote Citing References The government argues that Plaintiff did not “substantially prevail” in this suit since the suit did not produce sample clothing in response to plaintiff's FOIA request for such items, and Plaintiff did not obtain an advisory opinion from the Court on whether clothing samples are “records” subject to the FOIA. In asserting such an argument, the government seeks to make a virtue of its own missteps.

In effect the government is attempting to assert a new FOIA exemption which can be best described as the “Hubris Exemption.”

This Court did not reach the issue of whether Plaintiff was entitled to receive clothing samples as “records” under the FOIA because the USCS's inexplicably destroyed the clothing samples thus rendering the issue moot. The government will not be permitted to profit from its ill advised actions. The Court finds that Plaintiff has “substantially prevailed” as set forth under 5 U.S.C. § 552(a)(4)(E) and is thereby eligible for consideration of a fee and cost award.

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See if we can't get it one way we'll get it a different way.

-The KingCaster.

Anonymous said...

Bad Attorney General = BAG
Kelly's cover-ups = BAG JOBS
Bringing truth and justice to the BAG's office = Priceless !

Another acronym the BAG should be concerned about = RICO

Anonymous said...

"The other interesting issue is whether Liko Kenney's estate and family have a possessory right to his clothing. I have not researched that yet."

OHIO v KING

"IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the respondent is hereby forbidden to COUNSEL or ADVISE or PREPARE legal instruments for others or IN ANY MANNER PERFORM SUCH SERVICES."

"It is further order that the respondent immediately CEASE AND DESIST from the practice of law in any form.... "

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...

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


What part of this don't you comprehend. You are under a court order not to offer up advise.

You play the angle of a journalist acting under your first amendment rights to do so and (oh yah by the way you just happen to be a former attorney who is suspended.)

You abuse the true intent of the First amendment by the fact you offer leagl advice and claim that it is only your journalistic opinion that is offered up. The problem is the fact that every pro se document that you bring before the court is the same exact wording.

You are in fact practicing law behind the face of a journalist, and you are attempting to make a mockery of the judicial system in America, you tried in Illinois and failed after they afforded you leniency at least 5 documented disciplinary matters, before suspending you. You brought suit against the judges and lost, you still have not paid the fines that are 10 years old.

You went to Texas one can only imagine what happened there.

Now you are attempting to do the same thing here in New Hampshire.




BTW as far as life without parole vs death penalty and you rehabilitation theory.

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Oct 25 The mother and brother of Jennifer Hudson were found shot dead Friday at a South Side home, and police were looking for a missing child who is the nephew of the singer and Oscar-winning actress.

The alert said the child was possibly abducted and could be accompanied by a man named William Balfour - considered armed and dangerous - who was a suspect in the double homicide investigation. Records from the Illinois Department of Corrections show Balfour, 27, who has not been charged with a crime, is on parole and spent nearly seven years in prison for attempted murder, vehicular hijacking and possessing a stolen vehicle.

Anonymous said...

GMAFB!!!!!!!

Of course, typical NH AG's office protocol/policy.

That office is inept !

So I suppose the clothing has already been desposed of.

Same place as the steering wheel.

So much for Goverenor Lynch's "integrity pledge".

Anonymous said...

Chris,

I have not contributed to the post in quite some time. I have been monitoring, however, I refused to enter any comments due to the irrational banter back and forth that clearly serves no purpose. Take the higher ground and don't comment on ridiculous posts.

I, too, disagree with the death penalty. Given my employment position, my beliefs are in the minority on this issue. I have always held that you can not justify murder with murder. The only exception is the justified use of force (deadly force is justified when and to the extent that it is reasonaby necessary to defend oneself or a third person against the immenent use of deadly force...).

I have repeatedy stated that I support those who exercise their
1st Amendment Rights. Govermental entities should be held accoutable for the decisions that they make. With that being said, not every decision that is made is filled with some sort of conspiracy. Likewise, not every action a law enforcement officer does or decision that they make are intended to violate the rights of citizens.

It should be recognized that law enforcement officers are human beings and people in govermental positions are human beings. Human beings, like yourself, have made mistakes. I do believe that people should be held accountable for the mistakes that are made, however, I would contend that not all mistakes have a conspiracy under- tone.

As for Liko Kenney... I do not understand how you are still consistently portraying him as some sort of North Country saint.

You are quick to pass judgement on MacKay and others for mistakes that they have made. You never comment on the mistakes Liko made. You have spent time with Liko's friends and family and, despite the documented issues that Liko had created, you continually justify his unreasonable actions. It makes me question that if you spent time with MacKay's friends and family, would you defend his actions as well? Human beings make mistakes... both people made mistakes- leading to their demise.

I don't buy the "poor Liko" routine and I respectfully contend that it leads to a less than credible argument that only one was wrong.

I, too, am a native of the North Country and I enjoy all the benefits of living in the most unique part of our State. I am proud of our area that many people, including yourself, come here to enjoy.

I can only hope that people will continue to enjoy this area, rather than perceiving it as a land of conspiracy, a thought largely created by visitors.

Respectfully Submitted-

Christopher King said...

6:45 and 2:03

6:45

What happened in Texas, jackass, is that Metricom went under. Look it up, jackass. I was a contractor to Metricom so there goes the jobby-job. I was making $100 large and getting great job reviews, I was in the last batch of contractors they let go because they liked my work so much.

And I'll be paying those Ohio fines in the near future; I had tried to send half but they sent it back because you have to pay ALL of it at once. I had a good chance to do that in NH working for the non-profit before Kelly's bogus indictments; you know that will kind of put a kabash on your wallet, fool.

And none of what you say has anything to do with the bogus investigations we're looking at here.

Your opinion about the death penalty, hey you're entitled to it and I'm entitled to mine. Remember, it was a very close vote in NH on that issue last year so go tell all of those lawmakers they're crazy.

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2:03

If you think it was an accident that the Michael Paulhus evidence was destroyed and no trajectory evidence taken, and that it was an accident that no clothing analysis was done in the Franconia case and no trajectory of the windshield bullet you're sadly mistaken.

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Ohio has absolutely no authority to stop me from practicing law on my own behalf. As to journalism, I was a journalist before, as editor and daily reporter so there you go, here we are.

You can't stop me from doing what I do any more than you could stop Truman Capote from doing what he did.

As far as your perceptions that I view Liko as a saint, I only quote Connie McKenzie when she said "We loved that boy, he wasn't just a cop killer... he was our native son, witty and funny."

And he was. I've met enough people who knew him, even if they weren't his closest friends, who said as much, and I can tell that from the reading material on his bus, and from watching video of him.

As to McKay, I have said he could have been a great father, but he was a jerkhead cop, too much too often. I showed you where I interviewed Sam Stephenson was was a friend of his, who said the same thing.

The point I am making is that the mass media has made Liko into a devil, which was was not. And the mass media has only told about half of Bruce McKay's negative side, so don't jump in my ass for telling the other half.

Have a good night, folks, I'm off to make dinner for the little lady.

Peace.

Christopher King said...

1:05

No, read closely, the clothing is still there.

I want tests run on it. Note how Kelly said "if new evidence comes up, we'll consider reopening the murder case against Floyd."

She's a liar.

The new evidence is sitting on her shelf: Floyd started shooting at Liko before he even crossed the road, Liko panicked and ran into McKay and Floyd shot through the window at Liko even though he was no threat to Floyd, Floyd could not do a damn thing to help McKay and then Floyd put Liko's second clip in his gun and took Liko's live round home in his pocket.

All Clear.

-The KingCaster

Christopher King said...

PS 2:03

What is your position on Martha McLeod's emails.

1. At her office email account if they deal with public matters.

2. At her private account if they deal with public matters.

Let me know.

-c

Anonymous said...

Chris,

Regarding the e- mails.

My first thought is that if you serve in a public office and are using an e- mail account to communicate messages about any given public topic, it should be viewed as a public statement.

In my mind, e- mails are a form of written communication, therefor, would be part of the investigation.

There has to be case law in this matter. Certainly this can not be the first time this issue has come up.

What have the Courts ruled?

Please clarify the following-

"Ohio has absolutely no authority to stop me from practicing law on my own behalf. As to journalism, I was a journalist before, as editor and daily reporter so there you go, here we are.

You can't stop me from doing what I do any more than you could stop Truman Capote from doing what he did."

This was written in your reply to me- I am not sure if this was directed at my response or if it was for someone else- I only wrote the 2:03 comment.

I am certainly not trying to get you to stop doing anything. As I have stated, I fully support people who act upon their rights.

We clearly do not agree with every topic- but that's okay. I enjoy having REASONABLE discussions with someone who is equally passionate about the issue.

My only contention is that with this being such an important issue to debate, it should be done in an impartial manner. Just because all of the mistakes made in McKay's life were not fully disclosed, it does not serve any fruitful purpose to try to portray Liko as a martyr. Liko made drastic errors in judgement throughout his life and he made drastic errors when his life was ended.

With this being said... please do not post a response indicating that I am defending McKay. I have never written in this blog with any defenses for anyone involved in this incident, nor am I picking on Liko. The facts are the facts. McKay made judgement errors as a police officer. Liko was clearly a disturbed individual.

The mistakes that McKay made have surfaced and are acknowledged. The mistakes Liko made have surfaced and are acknowledged.

The fact is that McKay made mistakes and he, perhaps, died because of those mistakes. The fact is that Liko shot a police officer and, perhaps, died because of the mistakes that he made.

If there is reason to beleive that the initial investigation in the incident was less than adequate, than the governmental agencies should be held accoutable and be able to justify why they came to the conclusions that they did. It is every citizens right to respectfully question their government.

However, I beleive that portraying a consistent support for a person of questionable character (such as Liko) and claiming that every recent, major law enforcment incident was in some way a conspiracy only diminishes your ultimate goal of government accoutability.

My point is that perhaps if you remain impartial about the people involved in the incident and focus on the totality of the investigation alone, you would be more effective.

If you keep communicating with personal attacks against others, than you will probably be continually met with resistance.

You clearly are a person who is going to dive deep into the issue and I support that. Keep focused on the issue and not the personalities involved.

Respectfully-

Christopher King said...

6:42

Thanks, I know we have spoken before and it's great to have you back. The incessant infantile ramblings of others is just absurd.

Yes you are correct the comments about Truman Capote and whatnot are not directed in response to you but to the other bloke, who is a complete tool. You and I disagree about some things but I would never deem you a tool.

*****

That having been said:

The facts are the facts. McKay made judgement errors as a police officer. Liko was clearly a disturbed individual.

....McKay was clearly a disturbed individual and that was known to the entire town and to the Selectmen who contemplated firing him.

The mistakes that McKay made have surfaced and are acknowledged. The mistakes Liko made have surfaced and are acknowledged.

....Well, yes and no. Even when Liko was correct (Fox Hill) the major media made it appear that he had no valid point. The mistakes that McKay made were headlines for a minute but never put in the proper perspective by major media in my opinion.

You wrote that I am trying to portray Liko as a martyr but I'm not doing that. I am saying that the system failed him and McKay in many many ways. You could say it was an error in judgment for Liko to choke T***** but at the same time why was the PD dragging feet on coming after that stolen gun? You can say Liko got out of hand at Fox Hill Park but guess what?

He was 100% correct on the Constitution as proved by Judge Cyr's rulings on related matters involving the EXACT same modus operandi.

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As to the emails there is an arseload of case law and opinion on this, take a look at Florida, Wisconsin, Missouri AGs and Tennessee counsel clash with NH AG Ayotte, NH State House on nature of public emails.

All of the case law is in my Complaint, 08-E-192.

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However, I beleive that portraying a consistent support for a person of questionable character (such as Liko) and claiming that every recent, major law enforcment incident was in some way a conspiracy only diminishes your ultimate goal of government accountability.

...I hear you, but just look at the facts. Look at Paulhus, for Pete's sake. The same exact "errors" and oversights. The Paul Erwin Kish report speaks to that clearly.

...And as I say, I know damn well that Liko could be difficult but he was pretty much portrayed as nothing but a high school dropout and a cop killer, and he was much, much more than that. I know all about the learning disability and how that was and was not addressed to boot.

My point is that perhaps if you remain impartial about the people involved in the incident and focus on the totality of the investigation alone, you would be more effective.

.....and believe me, I have done that in the Deviations from norm post, and the U.S. House Complaint will be a bone-dry document that no one can complain about. This is a blawg, it was my personal space about tennis, dating, music and a whole lot of other stuff that I can't even talk about now because I'm either too busy working on this case or because I really don't need jerkheads taking pot-shots at my girlfriend.

If you keep communicating with personal attacks against others, than you will probably be continually met with resistance.

.....Oh I'll be met with resistance regardless of my approach, but the bigger question is whether it is a personal attack to say that Bruce McKay was a wife beater, when that activity and the resulting restraining order (and the multitude of other complaints against McKay that I have published, even from the fire department and Ms. B/penis-shaped knife all go to whether or not he should have been on staff, and culpability on the part of the town.

Lastly, as to what is or is not conspiratorial, whether something is conspiratorial or just plain absurd is a distinction without difference to me. In fact, I never raise the word "conspiracy," I just say "look at how they screwed up the same things in these two different cases."

Was Kelly on a conspiracy to try to get me a few years ago?

Frankly I don't know and I don't care. All I care about is that it was absurd, and I kept trying to tell her and the prosecutor that but they wouldn't hear it, and kept on pressing 'till I sat through voir dire, then realizing I wouldn't plead, their "case" against me as NAACP Legal Chair imploded.

Have a Good Night my brother/sister.

-c

Anonymous said...

Whose duty is it to rein in out of control law enforcement ?
Why is it not happening ?
This lack of supervision is what allows law enforcement to act with such impunity, ESPECIALLY in the North Country.
Had Officer McKay's superiors properly supervised him and acted on the complaints against him prior to 5/11....

Similarly, an Attorney General that refuses to investigate and/or prosecute the misdeeds of law enforcement, gives them license to act with impunity, and fails in her supervisory duties.

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Anonymous said...

Malcom X and Michael X come to mind when reading you blogs lately. They both professed to be civil rights activists like you claim as well.

Christopher King said...

4:01

Once again you have violated the non-profanity policy of this blawg and so your comment has been removed.

Try again when you can grow up some.

I told you the acceptable swearwords are damn and jackass, I don't even say bullsh*t or sh*t anymore.

Grow your personhood, fool.

-The KingCaster

Christopher King said...

Funny you should mention that because my girlfriend and I have couple of vintage Playboys on the coffee table. One of them contains an incredible interview with Truman Capote, most widely known for being an outsider who investigates a homicide in a small town.

Playboy: Are there any Negro leaders whom you respect?

Capote: “There is only one man who could have led a united and constructive radical Negro movement: Malcolm X. I have always admired Malcolm and I think his assassination was a tragedy. He was an extremely intelligent man and, in the long run, I believe he was quite sensible in his outlook. He could have been a real leader and of great value.”

-Truman Capote, Playboy, March 1968, p. 167

Dude, no matter where you turn I have an answer for you and you hate it, that’s why you stay on my jock, up at the crack of dawn to get a taste. It’s KingCastic, bro'.

Anonymous said...

Pardon my ignorance, but who is Michael X ?

Christopher King said...

7:03

He was a Malcolm X contemporary over in the U.K. and I had not even heard of him until I went there a decade ago to Notting Hill Carnival; I was 33 years old before I heard of him.

It's a wild story and you don't know how much of it is government dookie and how much of it is real. He and John Lennon were tight.

Funny our history lessons.

Here's his wiki.

And of course we all should know by now that Malcolm X was assassinated most likely because of his World views after returning from Mecca, in that all of us are brothers and sisters.

Word search Malcolm on this blawg and you'll see more.

-The KingCaster.

Anonymous said...

Michael X was an Anarchist, he tried to blackmaile the royal family. He murdered a British Secret Service Agent, during the course of an investigation. He was tried, found guilty and hung in 1972.

Anonymous said...

He was sentenced to 18 months in jail for publicly urging the shooting of any black woman seen with a white man.

Quite a remarkable person, I'm not surprised you would think he was a great person and person to be admired, it cased you missed it, but this post was laced with sarcasm

Christopher King said...

7:52

Actually your comment is not laced with sarcasm, it's just plain stupid, like you.

At no point did I offer any comment on Michael X. And anyone can be charged with blackmail or extortion, and it could all be bogus.

Witness Yours Truly.

I notice you dropped the Malcolm X thing, because you didn't have squat to say about that, fool.

-The KingCaster

Anonymous said...

Yes you did, your tone implied he was cool and a great man. Oh, I was hip to him when I took a jolly ole' trip to England. You imply more than you say, but your implications try to speak volumes.

To incite black men to shoot a black women with white man, kinda like in the south what they would do to a white woman with a black guy. There is no tolerance to any of that type of thinking. He got what he needed.

Christopher King said...

11:04

You're full of dookie, dude.

If I wanted to say I thought he was chill, I would have said that.

I was just pointing out that I've never heard of him until I was 33 when I went to Notting Hill, what can't you read or what you dumb ass.

You just got your fanny spanked on the Malcolm X deal so you're looking for blood.

Tool.

Christopher King said...

11:04

And I'll be you're that same butthead who gave me a hard time for dating a white woman.

Tool.

Anonymous said...

How did I get my fanny spanked, I never mentioned Malcolm X, I hit on the fact you thought Michael X was a cool guy. If I wanted to mention Malcolm X I would have mentioned the facts, Malcolm X was a felon, he had weapons charges filed against him (he sounds alot like Floyd). He was sentenced to 8-10 years. He was also pronounced mentally unstable, he told the draft board he couldn't wait to kill whitey. So he was either mentally unstable or a draft dodger. I also heard he was a pimp. Real nice guy. Maybe you can learn from him and turn your life around, like he did. You are right he was assininated. How's this for a conspiracy theory, Malcolm X was killed by the same organization your hero NOBAMA has undisputable ties to, the nation of Islam and Louis X or Louis Farrakhan as most people know him today.

Christopher King said...

12:15

Sorry, I thought you were another tool who mentioned Malcolm X.

Malcolm X completely turned his life around, yah and that's why Truman Capote said what he said.

Now I see you're looking to tie Barack into this, and all kinds of crap that has absolutely zero to do with the issues at hand, which is malfeasant LE in NH.

My life doesn't need turning around, I just needed jerkhead AG Kelly Ayotte and idiot boy Chief Dun to quit messing with me in First Amendment Relation style, in 2005, fool.

I was doing just fine and working with a well-respected gentleman in NH in a nonprofit HELP (Higher Educatio Learning Project) that I wrote most of the business plan for myself, it was a 501(c)(3) to help children in NH, dude. Kelly and Dunn harmed many NH Children, and you know damn well I've done a lot of good for children going back to the Education Coalition.

Here is what Educator Chris Hookway said, fool:

"I have eaten with, spoken with, worked with, socialized with and argued politics with him. As a matter of fact, I’ve even let him near my kids! I was, and remain convinced to this day, that he is of quite sound mind. It is this trial that's crazy.....Chris may be guilty of many things: including non-stop questioning of and challenging the establishment, being one of the most dogged people I have ever met in pursuing an ideal...

My family and I have always found him to be an honest, hard working, warm, caring and sincere human being.... Chris’ big mistake was believing that he could make a difference in this whitest of states in our land of equality and "justice for all."


I had to resign to defend myself against the totally bogus "Felony Extortion" charges. What, are you gonna' say now, Kelly and Marty dropped those out of the kindness of their hearts as opposed to me spanking their butts?

Yah, right dude. I whipped their butts using the U.S. Constitution and you better not forget that.

Now then, back to the point of the post:

Liko and Bruce's clothing needs to be tested so that we can know what really happened on 5/11.

Stay focused.

I'm here to help.