17 May 2009

Dear President Obama: Thank you for appointing U.S. Attorney John Kacavas, will he investigate Kelly Ayotte per Justice Laplante's Order?

Before we get to today's Main Course.....Well maybe now Joe Biden's promise to me will come true and Gregory W. Floyd will be prosecuted for his habitual violations of 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1). I dunno, the State of New Hampshire asked the Feds to weigh in on this ten (10) years ago (read the docket sheet), and I've been pinging Roy Chabra, Esq. at the ATF for about seven (7) months to no avail.

Now we can get some action, I'm sure.

Thank you Mr. President!

Main Course: Moving right along, can we also get some action on a certain matter that involves a new KingCast RSA 91-A request to NH AG Kelly Ayotte for any and all documents that contain the name David H. Coltin or in any way refer to him or his concerns about Justice Laplante's request for investigation. Remember Kelly I sued you before and you had to provide me the original dash cam video from Bruce McKay's cruiser.

U.S. Attorney is investigating Kelly Ayotte on request of Justice Laplante (0.00 / 0)

A long-standing state criminal prosecution which later became a malicious prosecution federal suit is under investigation by the U.S. attorney on request of Federal Judge Joseph Laplante. Laplante's request came as a result of a letter to the United States Senate Judiciary Committee during his nomination hearings. Ayotte is cited for refusal to release witness statements and for her failure to file criminal charges as well as Professional Conduct Committee complaints against present and former Rockingham County attorneys. U.S. Attorney Tom Colantuono has been sitting on this matter since May of 2007 for obvious reasons. Governor Lynch is well aware of the matter but refuses to make a statement.

For a copy of the letter to Senator Patrick Leahy/U.S.Senate Judiciary Committee and Justice Laplante's response, please contact me at davecoltin@netscape.net

PS: Definitely watch out for NH Attorney General Kelly Ayotte, here's more comments (one and two) from Bluehampshire about her, some of the same things I've been saying about this lying, incompetent "leader." We need a new AG, instead Governor Lynch just put her right back in there. Why? Here's one reason:

depressing (4.00 / 1)
The only rationale that makes any sense to me here is cowardice - he is afraid that if he dumps her, she'll run in 2010. I can't, honestly, think of another reason for Lynch to do this.
by: measurestaken @ Tue Mar 03, 2009 at 15:36:38 PM CST

I heard that Ayotte proved her incompetence at the US Supreme Court (0.00 / 0)
...and what about that pro-Propostion 8 brief she signed, ignoring NH's Civil Union law?
by: Putney Swope @ Wed Mar 04, 2009 at 19:50:59 PM CST

Accord the Concord Monitor.


Christopher King said...

U.S. Attorney is investigating Kelly Ayotte on request of Justice Laplante (0.00 / 0)

Assistant U.S. Attorney Joseph LaPlante
The United States Attorney's Office
District of New Hampshire
53 Pleasant Street
Concord, NH 03301

Dear Attorney LaPlante:

Enclosed you will find correspondence from Attorney General Kelly Ayotte dated October 6, 2006 and May 10, 2007. Since September 2004, I have had contact with her office and Governor Lynch's office requesting witness statements and notice of charges.

It is clearly evident that Attorney General Ayotte's response of October 6, 2006 does not contain any of the documents requested, and her letter of May 10, 2007 raises very serious concerns as to why she needs another 45 days to come up with documents that her own website states should be handed over in five days.

A review of these two letters and the accompanying documents should be sufficient reason alone to warrant federal review where such basic Constitutional rights are being denied at every level of the state justice system and in the Federal District of New Hampshire. It is not only an affront to the Constitution but also to basic intelligence when the truth is so readily available. Arrogance is not a crime but concealment is, and especially so, when it is to conceal fabricated probable cause statements and witness tampering in federal and state courts.

Recently Chief US District Judge Mark Wolf wrote to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales regarding a similar matter of a federal prosecutor accused of withholding evidence in an early 1990s trial. Wolf said "this matter remains important to the administration of justice in the District of Massachusetts." The same holds true here-that this matter remains important to the administration of justice in the District of New Hampshire-with the major exception that this matter does not involve but one individual; rather, it involves individuals at every level of the justice system who are obligated by oath to follow the rule of law but have chosen not to.

Because of the seriousness of this situation and the long denial of my basic rights, I am asking to meet with you as soon as possible to go over this in more detail.

Very truly yours,

David H. Coltin


Anonymous said...

This will be interesting, given that John Kacavas once worked for the same division at the NHAG's office where Kelly cut her teeth.......Homicide prosecutions.

Christopher King said...


I'll be watching closely.


-The KingCaster

Christopher King said...

Oh, brother.

Mark Zuckerman, former NH AAG, is involved in the Coltin non-investigation.

Surprise, surprise look at his history in telling me that his officer would investigate Gregory Floyd's repeated violations of 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1).Where do they get these lame-assed people from, anyway, do they make them at a factory, or just clone them from a stack of genetically-engineered robot dummies, insert the necessary computer chip and send them on their way......

Whatever it is, these people suck.

It just sucks for New Hampshire, and for the Cause of Justice.



-The KingCaster.

Anonymous said...

"And the beat goes on........."
Would you believe that Justice Laplante ALSO worked for the NHAG's office alongside John Kacavas ? cf. State v. Gotsch, 143N.H. 88 (1998)

Anonymous said...

For the politically connected, in a "pond" the size of New Hampshire, it's just like fishin' out of a barrel.

Christopher King said...

7:07 and 7:17

It is the politicians, not the people, who give NH a bad name.

I love the people of NH.