30 September 2008

New Hampshire State Rep and Senate hopeful Martha McLeod is sued for hiding public emails.

The service of the lawsuit is here.
The lawsuit is here.

You can run from U.S. Mail but you cannot hide from KingCast and the Sheriff, Martha.

Forensic Professional blasts NH AG Kelly Ayotte investigation of Michael Paulhus police shooting; finds destroyed ballistics and clothing evidence.

Those of you coming in from liveleak watch the linked movie and read the lawsuit affidavits from area Law Enforcement, a private investigator and me. Bruce McKay terrorized those he did not like, and his wife got a TRO on him and moved to a safe house around the time she gave birth to their only child. I am a former Law Enforcement attorney and this case stinks, that is why two lawyers are now suing the town and a former town selectmen admitted that Bruce McKay was out of control and not being policed properly himself.
Note: Top photo is of the Franconia shooting tragedy crime scene/Liko Kenney self-defense or manslaughter scene in which the spent casings clearly prove the Gregory Floyd started shooting about 30 feet away from Liko Kenney's car, in direct contradiction to the lying AG Kelly Ayotte Official Report. If I had no basis for such a declaration they would have sued me to shut me down, duh.


New Hampshire -- For Immediate Release.


New York forensic specialist Paul Erwin Kish (Principles of bloodstain pattern analysis) issued a three-page report on the 2004 Michael Paulhus shooting that specifically outlines the destruction of evidence rampant in the investigation of that shooting. Click each thumbnail above to view the report. As one can see, there was no trajectory evaluation and the spots where the projectiles touched the Paulhus van on the steering wheel, passenger side headrest and passenger side door panel were all disassembled pursuant to a last-minute search warrant executed by the State Police.


Also, "The clothing of Mr. Paulhus was apparently never collected. Had the shirt been collected it may have assisted in establishing muzzle-to-target range."


From Paulhus:
“The Defendant’s waiver of his Miranda rights was involuntary as it was induced by the trickery and deceit of the officers, particularly Det. Maloney…. In this case, Det. Maloney and Sgt. Parenteau misrepresented the nature of their investigation from the moment they entered the interrogation room with the defendant....Motion to Suppress GRANTED.
-Judge Bernard J. Hampsey, Jr., June 30 2005

The investigation took place under the auspices Attorney Ayotte, who came to office shortly after Governor Benson asked her predecessor, Peter Heed, to leave office after a sex scandal that erupted during a sexual harassment seminar.


Here are the JPEG'd responses from Attorney Ayotte regarding a recent FOIA/Right-to-Know document request on the Paulhus file. They are niggardly responses because Ayotte knows that her office has a pattern and practice of dereliction of duty regarding the Paulhus and Liko Kenney shootings. Here is some ballistics and spent casings information on the Franconia shooting (pictured above) that proves Kelly Ayotte cannot be trusted with a major crimes investigation.


Watch for Paulhus to become a factor when it is added in an Amended Complaint in the pending case of KingCast v. McLeod, Franconia and Ayotte, 08-E-192.

KingCast updates from Franconia as Gregory W. Floyd sentencing hearing for Criminal Threats against AJ Boisvert is kicked out to 12 Nov. 2008 @2p.

It's beautiful up here: A beautiful visit with some beautiful people. It's All Good. Meanwhile, from another post:

7:29

Yah, that's because as you no doubt figured out, there were no cameras thrust in Floyd's face.

Nor will there be any cameras thrust in his face tomorrow on 1 October 2008 because the sentencing hearing on 08 CR 23 for the Criminal Threats Conviction in Haverhill District Court has been pushed out to 12 Nov. 2008 2p.

It is a full time job keeping up with this Hooligan.

You should see the cry baby letter I have from him to the court when he was seeking to dismiss one of his lawyers for failing to zealously represent him.

Bill Christie zealously represented him in Littleton and caught all kinds of MF's and SOBs from Floyd for all of his efforts.

What a tool.

A murderous, deceitful tool, IMO.

******

Now I'm headed off for a face-to-face with Marta Modigliani, Esq., who always seems to have more evidence than Kelly, and who always responds with courtesy and clarity.

29 September 2008

KingCast says Kelly Ayotte does good, ensures Gregory W. Floyd can have his old sentence imposed immediately, pursuant to Gibbs, 953 A.2d 439 (2008).

Well folks, here is State v. Gibbs, 953 A.2d 439(2008).

Yah, Gregory W. Floyd was trying to stall the Court and avoid that order of Good Behaviour issue but it’s not going to help him. He is going down, gonna' do some Hard Time, you betcha'. Funny some tool on Topix tried to run that Gibbs game on me a long time ago but as usual, I just kept cool, waiting for October to bust out with it. Ha-ha, dude. Here's the KingCast State v. Floyd, 98-S-242 Amicus Motion.

As a public citizen I raise that issue because Floyd is about to have three (3) court hearings in October, as noted herein. One of those hearings, in 16 October 2008 deals with the matter of imposition of the suspended sentence. Another outstanding issue, as reflected on the Index Sheet of 98-S-242 is the fact that the U.S. Attorney’s Office has not issued an opinion on the 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) issue, despite at least three (3) different opportunities to do so. Heck, the Court even stayed proceedings waiting on such a report ten years ago, but the file contains no explanation for how the issue of Floyd’s Return of Property was handled. Read the Index sheet.

See the comments and scribd.com for today’s KingCast amicus brief. The 35 local signatures from Floyd’s neighbors have been submitted directly to Prosecutor St. Hilaire for his investigation and prosecution of Floyd, and asking for 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) Indictment and a search of the Floyd Compound for weapons. I also submitted this KingCast collage of Floyd in action, most pics courtesy of Yours Truly, including Floyd's lunge toward me with a Deadly Weapon, also captured by Major Media.

28 September 2008

KingCast asks Joe Biden, Kelly Ayotte, Marta Modigliani and U.S. Attorney Tom Coluntuano: Is Gregory Floyd a Federally-protected witness or operative?

Sitting here on a North Country porch yesterday it struck me: The Gregory W. Floyd docket sheet/Index on 98-S-242 is particularly puzzling and it goes like this:

6. 8/14/98 Motion for Return of Property (hrg 9/22/98)
7. 8/24/98 State's Objection to Motion for Return of Property.
8. 9/22/98 Order of the Court Re: Motion for Return of Property.
[The Court of course Ordered "let's wait for the Federal Attorney to decide the 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) issue."]
9. 4/16/08 Motion to Impose Suspended Sentence.
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You read that correctly, there is a ten (10) year gap in the proceedings, and absolutely no explanation as to what the Federal Attorneys did or didn't do. This is important because KingCast made inquiry of Kelly Ayotte and that Department of Safety months ago asking what proof either of them had that Floyd's guns were properly disposed of.

Neither of them had any information. All we do know is that the Floyds continued to own and possess weapons even though their application for return of property clearly stated that they would NOT have any guns within 100 miles of their compound.

And Sgt. Bret Beausoleil years ago issued this report stating that he is concerned about the situation as the neighbors are worried and scared of Floyd, as noted in this post.

Which is precisely why some of Floyd's neighbors have signed our Petition to have his compound searched and to have him indicted under 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) for -- at a minimum -- the gun he just turned in this summer, which is probably a [blankety-blank I'm waiting to see what the State says it is but I know what it should be].

Tomorrow, 29 September 2008 we will present the Petitions to Prosecuting Attorney Ricardo St. Hilaire, just in time for Floyd's upcoming October/December Court hearings as scheduled.

Joe Biden, will you help us? You promised me you would. But then again a former State AAG who is now a Federal AAG also vowed to me months ago that he would prosecute Floyd. And before that, ten (10) years ago, the Feds represented that they would issue some kind of report on Floyd but they apparently did nothing. Why not? Is that typical for the Feds? I think not. The question then, is "who gets away with that?"

We are taxpayers and we need to know: Are the Feds coddling Floyd because he knows something? Because if not, there is absolutely no lawful reason for the government to sit by when there is a direct prosecution available against Floyd right now.

26 September 2008

Gregory and Michelle Floyd both lied to court in 1998 to get guns back, Feds dropped ball on 18 U.S.C. 922 report.

No time for much art or more details right now, I'm on a dialup in North Country.
Get this: I just left Grafton Superior and boy oh boy has the plot thickened.....

Floyd has Sentencing 08 CR 23 on 1 Oct. 11:30a. at Haverhill District.
Floyd has Arraignment on Resisting Arrest and Disorderly Conduct, 08-S-697/8 at 9 Oct. 9a.
Floyd has a status conference on the imposition of sentence on 16 October 98-S-242, Floyd pleading guilty relative to the Simple Assault charges against a certain LE.

In their 1998 application to have property returned, the Floyds warranted, by and through counsel that the nearest guns would be "in a locked cabinet 100 miles away in Manchester, New Hampshire."
The State wrote: "clearly the items seized from the Defendant present a very real danger to the community and the victim of the crime for which he was convicted."
As we know Floyd just turned in at least one gun (I know what it is and it had better be that when it all comes down) just this summer so he's busted.

We're gathering our local signatures on the KingCast/Franconia Collective 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) Petition this weekend.

And you know what?
The Court file is devoid of any record on the Court's Decision, only an Order that the event was stayed "pending U.S. Attorney review," exactly one decade ago, on 22 September 1998. Looks like I'll have to remind U.S. Attorney Mark Zuckerman of his vow to me earlier last year.

I will remind Joe Biden of his exact same vow to me in Nashua, New Hampshire this year, exactly one decade later.

Namaste.

KingCast reminder from Franconia: It is okay to question your government. In fact, it's a Good Thing, and Constitutionally-protected :)

KingCast RSA 91-A request on Michael Paulhus, to Department of Safety
Friday, September 26, 2008 9:33 AM
From:
"Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com
To:
Marta.Modigliani@dos.nh.gov, Andrew.Paparella@abc.com, Kelly.Ayotte@doj.nh.gov, Jeffery.Strelzin@doj.nh.gov,

Dear Attorney Modigliani,

Please advise as to which of these documents you have, obviously I don't expect you to have the HHS document, but I expect that Kelly should have it because she's been involved in addressing this for years now. Take a look at this post with the 23 September 2008 letter from Kelly and Attorney Kennedy.

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2008/09/nh-aag-james-kennedy-hangs-his-head-in.html

And this one with the DNA issue:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2008/09/kingcast-says-wmur-is-about-to-air-nh.html

As your boss, she is a liar, a complete liar and should be disbarred.

That having been said, here are the requests as numbered:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2008/09/kingcast-reviews-nh-gov-john-lynch.html

13 September 2008
KingCast reviews NH Gov. John Lynch pledge of integrity vis a vis Liko Kenney and Michael Paulhus with NH AAG Francesca Stabile.

25 September 2008

KingCast says WMUR is about to air the NH AG Kelly Ayotte and NH HHS DNA Constitutional violations against New Hampshire youth.

Here's the story; watch for it tonight at 11p. Might not happen, but then again, it might. Somebody's gotta' run it, because it's just Too Big. Remeber, you probably read it here first, at KingCast.net, Chris King's 1st Amendment Page.

Here's an interesting quote from Public Defender at the WMUR ssecond hand news story:

Updates:
1. WMUR at 11:02 just had the nerve to say "In a story you'll only see here...." LOL dudes I broke this back on the 14th. The state has suspended the practice now Kelly has been asked to issue an official opinion. Her 2003 informal opinion is worthless. Remember Judge David LeFrancois already ruled on this but WMUR conveniently left that out. NH ACLU leader Claire Ebel said "I'm going to try not to use a bad word but it's about darned time." The father interviewed on the news (who has been working with me on this for some time now) is fit to be tied this thing is so ridiculous they tried to get him and his son on contempt of court charges for not coming in, they told NH HHS to get lost, and the Court let the case expire, silently.

Now Kelly says she doesn't have a copy of the form in question (read the middle thumbnail on this post) but yet she issued an opinion on it, and is about to issue another one but she doesn't have a copy of it? What a liar. Let me say it again: Kelly Ayotte is a liar and should be DISBARRED.
2. You see, this all ties in with the Concord Police abuse case that Kelly ignored.

NH AAG James Kennedy hangs his head in shame at the trail of destroyed evidence and false Paulhus/Kenney investigations of NH AG Kelly Ayotte.

How long are you gonna' do it, buddy? You and I both know the Paulhus investigation is closed, but you lied about that. Does your conscience ever bother you? Will you make a run for it like G. Michael Bahan when they flex on you? Keep watching your back. Those guys will cut your heart out and feed it right back to you, haven't you figured that out yet?

Meet me for a beer, dude. I'll run it all down for you.

Bear Sterns vigorously supports government bailout for Christopher King, Esq.

Nashua, New Hampshire
24 September 2008

For Immediate Release:


Banking giant Bear Stearns has publicly announced that KingCast.net -- whose owner took on high-risk cases in Columbus, Ohio for half a decade, is more worthy of a $3.2B bailout than they are.

"Christopher King, J.D. is working on readmission to the bar. Some Judges have had longer suspension than Mr. King. He flew in the face of the established order, with unsurpassed intelluctual alacrity, wit, charm and an amazing sensibility for what is right. He is a true champion of Civil Rights, and he also helped make us a ton of money in 2003 when he managed Alpha Title Company in Nashua, New Hampshire. We also know that he has a lot of integrity, and reported another title company for Wire Fraud, which mysteriously-disappeared "investigator" NH AAG G. Michael Bahan ignored.... We took big risks making money instead of pursuing Civil Rights, so we're not really as worthy as Mr. King, who is still helping out when he sees a Civil Rights activist like Jerry Doyle sent "to the hole" for publicly complaining about Columbus, Ohio Judge Bruce Pollitt on Bob Conners' WTV 1610 radio.

Some people -- other than his clients -- say he couldn't do his job, but he in fact won a 4 day Jury trial for Mr. Doyle on some trumped-up criminal trespassing charges, and he won him a right to speak again before Columbus City Council after they refused to call him to speak for 9 months because he dared to Call Council President Michael Coleman a House Negro. Council Kennedy publicly admitted the reason."

Hey KingCast, I know you won Jerry Doyle's 4-day school board First Amendment criminal trespass trial, but what about his lawsuit on Judge Pollitt?

First of all, that’s Christopher King, Esq. as noted on the 15 September 2008 correspondence letter from the Columbus Bar Association that I will scan later today.

Second, watch the trail of this case at entries one and two with links to video of Jerry’s First Amendment/bogus criminal trespass trial a decade ago on KingCast.net when we all wore substantially more hair. What a pain that was, Gheri-Curl activator, blah blah blah....just kidding. Anyway, that’s Minister Donell Muhammad standing next to Jerry Doyle and who calls me “The Johnny Cochran of Columbus.”

Third, oh my goodness. And I’m not saying it, mostly I just let the Courts say it for me and you can read it here at Scribd.com or in the comments if you’re in a hurry.

Due Process:
Tribell v. Mills, 25 F.3d 1050 (Table) C.A.6 (Tenn.),1994.
Hewitt v. Helms, 459 U.S. 460, 469 (1983).
In re Lamb, 34 Ohio App.2d 85, 296 N.E.2d 280, Ohio App. 1973.

Qualified Immunity:
Rich v. City of Mayfield Heights, 955 F.2d 1092 (6th Cir.1992)
Phillips v. Roane County, Tenn., 534 F.3d 531 C.A.6 (Tenn.),2008.

5. Qualified Immunity
Prison officials' deliberate indifference violates an inmate's rights under the Eighth Amendment when the indifference is manifested by prison guards in intentionally denying or delaying access to medical care. U.S.C.A. Const.Amend. 8. Phillips v. Roane, supra.
Note: Phillips v. Roane denied Summary Judgment and it too, is a Diabetes case.

Holdings: The Court of Appeals, R. Guy Cole, Jr., Circuit Judge, held that:
(1) detainee had serious medical condition;
(2) officers' alleged conduct amounted to deliberate indifference;
(3) one paramedic's conduct amounted to deliberate indifference;
(4) one paramedic was entitled to qualified immunity;
(5) county supervisory officials were not liable under § 1983 for their alleged failure to properly train;
(6) alleged conduct of doctor amounted to deliberate indifference; and
(7) pretrial detainee's due process right to medical attention for serious medical needs was clearly established.

From Tribell, supra*5 [G]overnment officials performing discretionary functions [have] qualified immunity ... shielding them from civil damages liability as long as their actions could reasonably have been thought consistent with the rights they are alleged to have violated. Somewhat more concretely, whether an official protected by qualified immunity may be held personally liable for an allegedly unlawful official action generally turns on the “objective legal reasonableness” of the action assessed in light of the legal rules that were “clearly established” at the time it was taken[.]”

It is clear in this case that Defendants have some work to do. Plaintiff Doyle was confined “to the hole” with absolutely no hearing or Due Process consideration. A trier of fact could determine -- after hearing all of the relevant evidence that Plaintiff is entitled to seek discovery on – that it happened because Judge Pollitt was upset that Plaintiff exercised his First Amendment Rights by calling in to Bob Conners’ radio show during his confinement in the general population. That would strip Pollitt of any absolute, qualified or implied immunity, especially because the Court noted at pp 9-10 of the Magistrate’s Report and Recommendation that Judges no longer have the authority to unilaterally send an inmate “to the hole.”

7. Cruel and Unusual Punishment
Mr. Doyle was subjected to conditions that may constitute Cruel and Unusual Punishment, including the back-up toilet, bug-infested floor and lack of medical attention that he alleges led to the loss of his leg.

But KingCast, how do you distinguish Stump?

In Stump v. Sparkman, 435 U.S. 349 (1978) a judge acted within the ambit of his authority when he ordered a retarded girl sterilized pursuant to an ex parte motion, as offensive as it was to some people involved, he had jurisdictional authority to do that. But even Stump noted “he will be subject to liability only when he has acted in clear absences of all jurisdiction,” which is precisely what happened in this case.

There is no official judicial order and Plaintiff was not subjected to any sort of legal process there was no possible legal process by which Judge Pollitt could do what he did, as acknowledged by the Court at pp. 9-10 of its Recommendation. Plaintiff was instead subjected to the whimsy of a particular Judge who was upset about Plaintiff exercising his First Amendment Rights. Accord the situation of Judge Carole Squire, who was removed and suspended for two years for this sort of “intemperance and complete disrespect to litigants.” Supreme Court case 2007-0492.

24 September 2008

KingCast exposes G. Bahan's curious departure from the NH AG's office as Ayotte & Kennedy claim the 2004 Michael Paulhus investigation "not closed."

First let's review G. Michael Bahan, who ignored my wire fraud complaint and Judge John Fairbanks' ethical and professional misconduct issues, only to soon find His (Dis)Honor on the FBI's most wanted list before he turned up dead in Vegas. Then he refused to investigate these tape recordings implying criminal conduct in the Gerard Beloin case. He was with the State from 17 Oct. 1975 (Happy Anniversary, whoo-hoo) and the AG's office from 30 June 1982 before disappearing on 31 May 2007 after Gerard Beloin subpoenaed him for trial. Nice.

Horrible, I can smell corruption all over that and several State Reps are asking Kelly Ayotte to look into it but they are getting stonewalled. I'll bring the feds in here, someone interested in Justice for Pete's sake if that's what it takes to save New Hampshire then that's what it takes.

Next let's get serious about Paulhus: James W. Kennedy's 23 September 2008 letter to me claims the investigation is still "not closed" so they can't give me any documents pursuant to Lodge v. Knowlton, 118 N.H. 575 (1978). The Criminal case was settled, and the Civil case was settled a year ago after the Nashua PD or other NH LE destroyed all three projectile points so that the position of the shooter could not be determined. There is nothing more to investigate, and there is no more investigation. Same story with the Karen Dion shooting and that of the Concord Police who shot each other; Kelly just says these investigations are "not closed" to avoid giving the public the facts. But your conclusions have already been reached, read Karen Anderson's coverage back in May. That's okay Kelly and James, I will sue you for ALL of those files because you are being disingenuous.

In fact, someone else I know personally telephoned Kelly about the Concord police committing what is undoubtedly a Civil Rights violation and she never even returned his call, but he's got witnesses. Lots of witnesses.

Note: I will scan Kennedy's letter but note that they claim not to have any investigative files or toxicology reports in which the clothing of Liko Kenney or Bruce McKay was analysed in any way. Same deal as Paulhus, what a coincidence. I will now ask the Department of Safety for these items, and amend the pending lawsuit or file another one. It's All Good.

Lastly, here's how Attorneys Ayotte and Kennedy painted themselves into a corner on KingCast v. Ayotte 07-E-268 Court costs: According to Kelly's official Report, affirming Gregory W. Floyd's version of the events, Bruce McKay must have fired his weapon, so Kelly should have given me the Deadly Force Protocol long before hearing day.

KingCast open letter to Columbus Prosecutor Richard Pfeiffer on political protester and prison hostage Jerry L. Doyle placement "in the hole."

Dear Attorney Pfeiffer:

You've always struck me as a reasonable guy, and you know I was cool with prosectuting attorneys Anna Firestone (back in Law School) and I'm still cool with Attorney Bill Hedrick from your office; he went to law school with my fiancee Megan D. at OSU back in the day. Prosecutor Rob Tobias was the one who didn't shake my hand after I won that 4 day Columbus Schools criminal trespass trial for Jerry Doyle, though. You can see some of that in the KingCast short film, "American Lawyer."

So I write you today to let you know that I am extremely concerned about the fact that Jerry, described as a "model prisoner" was put in the hole for weeks on end after he called in to Bob Conners 610 WTVN radio show.

We've already seen Councilor Kennedy admit to the Columbus Dispatch that I was correct in suing the City when they didn't call Jerry to speak because he called Mayor Coleman a House Negro. Read this post.

Now you and I both know that's Unconstitutional, but if Jerry's allegations are true this time, you need to take action immediately to do whatever is in your power to investigate this situation and either unseat Judge Bruce Pollitt or Sheriff Karnes because whether through Judicial or sua sponte prison action, you have to have a Due Process hearing before going to the hole, and Jerry didn't get one. But this is not 1965 and Columbus is not Selma, Alabama and that is Unconstitutional. In re Lamb 34 Ohio App.2d 85, 296 N.E.2d 280, Ohio App. 1973. See comments.

I'll be requesting a review of the entire file because I need to know. And as you can see, as a member of the Fourth Estate, I keep a watchful eye on government.

Very truly yours,
Christopher King, J.D./KingCast.net

23 September 2008

NH AG Kelly Ayotte and James Kennedy paint themselves into another corner on their Surreply Contra KingCast Motion for Costs.

May it please the Court: My brother and sister painted themselves in a corner, by earlier saying KingCast is not
entitled to court costs from them because the Deadly Force Protocol that they provided on the eve of our 10 January 2008 hearing was just a nicety: They claim they provided it "just to be on the safe side," or words of similar and virtually identical import. They were ostensibly not providing the Protocol because it didn't pertain to the case. They claim it did not pertain to the case because Bruce McKay never fired his weapon.

But Bruce McKay most assuredly DID fire his weapon, or Gregory W. Floyd and Respondent Ayotte are lying or incorrect about the number of times Floyd fired McKay’s weapon, and where he was standing and if he spoke to Liko Kenney because there is no other explanation for the windshield bullet: If Floyd was standing at car side talking with Liko that bullet doesn't happen. We must -- repeat must take AG Ayotte at her word for the purposes of this argument because her integrity is on the line and she would never set forth a false statement pursuant to principles of Candor Toward the Tribunal, Rule 3.3.

So as Respondent is telling the Truth about Floyd, then the windshield bullet did in fact come from McKay and Attorney Ayotte willfully misled this Honorable Court into making its ruling that Respondent acted reasonably in providing the Deadly Force Protocol. As such.....[snip] read comments.

PS From the Complaint:

12: It is crucial to note that Respondent Ayotte’s own Official Report at page 28proves that the public has been denied the Right-to-Know salient information about the origin of four (4) bullets fired from Bruce McKay’s gun.

ForensicTesting:
Six discharged cartridge cases were recovered at the scene and found to match Cpl. McKay's pistol.
The problem is that Floyd, in his interview, said he shot twice. We know that 3 of these bullets were found:
1. Liko Kenney's windshield.
2. Connie McKenzie barn.
3. Connie McKenzie window., a 90 degree angle away from where Gregory W. Floyd would have been shooting at Liko Kenney.

KingCast observes Kelly Ayotte's buddy Martha McLeod's modus operandi: Threaten anyone you don't like with arrest and stalking.

She threatened Davey Kenney and me with stalking at Cannon Mountain this year, then backed down on Davey when he told her who he was. He will testify to that anytime and we will discuss it this weekend. Martha -- Kelly Ayotte's partner in coverup -- was served yesterday by the Merrimack Sheriff's office in KingCast v. McLeod 08-E-268. And true to form, now I see that Kevin from Franconia writes in to this post about Miss Martha ignoring her Certified Mail from me, and notes:

"I have gone toe-to-toe with McLeod on the Cannon Mt. private/public partnership issue for the past couple of years...in early correspondence with Rep. McLeod asking her for comments on material that I had written on my goFranconia.com web site, she responded to me with a nastygram email threatening to send the State Police after me for harassing her via email. I had sent her a total of three emails - two of which she had responded to without indicating that they were harassing in any way and the third asking her comment on a controversial issue that she wanted to avoid - so instead threatened me with the strong arm of the law. So much for wanting to hear from her electorate.

Kathleen Taylor and Rep. McLeod are two peas in a pod....."[snip] read comments.

Kevin: Email me a copy of the nastygram at kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com if you still have it.

KingCast watches as Kelly Ayotte and Jeff Strelzin try to murder a potential murderer.

Jury selection started in the Michael Addison case yesterday, the same day I caused the Merrimack County Sheriff to deliver KingCast v. McLeod et al, Grafton 08-E-192 to Kelly. I do not believe in Capital Punishment, especially from folks who champion pro-life when it comes to a woman's reproductive rights, then have to ante up to pay Planned Parenthood's legal fees, scroll to the list of malfeasance. And read this post on the Carey Carlberg and Gerard Beloin fiascos.

Anyway, I have called Mr. Addison some bad names myself, based on what I heard in the media. But we all know by watching the media "coverage" of Liko Kenney, Bruce McKay and the Franconia shooting tragedy that you can't believe everything you read, and you can believe NOTHING that Kelly says; look at her intentional violations of protocol in the Nashua Michael Paulhus shooting and Liko Kenney "investigation."

I also find it funny (but par for the course) that the Union Leader is so quick to call Addison a "murderer" even though there has been no adjudication of that, but yet I've never seen them call former LE Richard Dow a "murderer," when the facts clearly point that he is. And ditto Gregory W. Floyd; we'll be filing our People's Petitions to have him charged with 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) violations, especially now that Joe Biden publicly stated to me he would prosecute Floyd if he were in office.

KingCast, I'm confused: What's your favourite Bauhaus song?

Oh, that's easy. Terror Couple Kill Colonel. Or She's in Parties (what a guitar). Or In the Flat Field. The EP of Bela Lugosi's Dead was some good lovin' music; the bassline was no joke. Anyway, here's the story behind TCKC.

Related: Tones on Tail, performance, Go; Peter Murphy, Cuts you up; Love & Rockets, Ball of Confusion, Kundalini Express (live), It could be sunshine.

Look: If you didn't have some Bauhaus or Joy Division in your Walkman as you skated down the street you were definitely not legit... but we're All Grown Up now, so we get the iPod and bump it on the Beemer when we go to visit Joe Biden.