01 July 2009

KingCast marvels as Kelly Ayotte sued again for Civil Rights/Procedural violations.

Here's an interesting case in the Union Leader:
In a civil rights complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Concord on Friday, Guay claims city and state officials maliciously targeted and conspired against him when they obtained search warrants in March and used heavy equipment to excavate two of his Concord parcels. He says they destroyed his 30 Villanova Drive and 180 Clinton St. properties while looking for alleged illegal disposal of asbestos, lead paint, solid and hazardous waste, septic disposal and oil discharge.

The three days of digging ended in late March without producing a "shred of evidence" that pollution occurred, Guay said yesterday. And officials left behind a "total mess" of exposed dirt at 30 Villanova Drive that, after several days of steady rain, ran off into Penacook Lake, which is Concord's water supply, the suit alleges.

And we also established Kelly Ayotte's ongoing/legacy in general and her deviations from protocol in specific, when it comes to the Franconia shooting tragedy "investigation."

With Kelly, its not that she is sued. Every AG gets sued, duh. But it is the tenor of the lawsuits against her and her stupid actions (most notably the Planned Parenthood and same sex marriage snafus) that really identify her as a feckless right wing zealot.

This weekend I will return to Dave Coltin's case against Kelly.

4 comments:

Christopher King said...

Developer seeks $55m after pollution probe

By KATHRYN MARCHOCKI
New Hampshire Union Leader Staff
Tuesday, Jun. 30, 2009

Concord – Concord developer Kevin M. Guay seeks $55 million in damages from state and Concord officials for digging up two of his properties while searching for alleged illegal dumping and trying to portray him as "some kind of evil polluting developer."

In a civil rights complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Concord on Friday, Guay claims city and state officials maliciously targeted and conspired against him when they obtained search warrants in March and used heavy equipment to excavate two of his Concord parcels. He says they destroyed his 30 Villanova Drive and 180 Clinton St. properties while looking for alleged illegal disposal of asbestos, lead paint, solid and hazardous waste, septic disposal and oil discharge.

The suit names state Environmental Services Commissioner Thomas S. Burack, Attorney General Kelly A. Ayotte, the city of Concord, its police department and Detective Sean Ford as defendants. Guay seeks a jury trial.

The three days of digging ended in late March without producing a "shred of evidence" that pollution occurred, Guay said yesterday. And officials left behind a "total mess" of exposed dirt at 30 Villanova Drive that, after several days of steady rain, ran off into Penacook Lake, which is Concord's water supply, the suit alleges.

Guay, 48, said the attorney general initially sought an injunction to force him to pay to stabilize the property and prevent further pollution. But he said the state later put in siltation control measures at both sites on its own.

Associate Attorney General Anne M. Edwards said she received the complaint yesterday and is reviewing it.

Guay also claims the ordeal caused him emotional stress even though he has not been charged. He said authorities damaged an electrical system to one house and septic line to another during the digging.

Guay claims the investigation has cost the state about $500,000 this year.

"They spend more money on me than any drug lord in the state," Guay said.

He claimed the search of his properties involved a state helicopter, a Massachusetts environmental company that looked for 55-gallon drums of toxic chemicals and police searching a barn at 180 Clinton St. for an alleged crystal methamphetamine laboratory. He said he also has been the target of police wire taps and undercover surveillance.

Guay, who has a long history of disputes with city and state officials regarding violations of environmental laws, said he hired a private detective.

"When you search through this whole thing, it all goes back to Tom Burack," Guay said.

A spokesman for the environmental services commissioner referred all media inquiries to the attorney general.

Anonymous said...

And let us not forget the unlawful DNA sampling of juveniles as well as the ongoing investigation of abuses at the Sununu Juvenile Justice facility.

Anonymous said...

What Is Chief William “Bill” Hart Hiding Regarding Officer Jason Archambault’s Arrest?

Chief William Hart of the Londonderry Police Department seems to have a history of hiding evidence during his checkered career as a prosecutor and police official, more recently it involves the arrest last January of one of his officers; Jason M. Archambault for domestic violence.

10-000519 Archambault, Jason of 125 Enlgish Vlg Rd, Manchester, NH; Arrested on charge
of: Simple Assault (M), at 125 English Village Rd, Manchester, on 1/29/2010.
(100160) Mackey,Lisa M
Arrest
Related Case
10-001538

The case of Jason Archambault instead of going through the channels of the criminal justice system (as would be the case for you and me) was rather heard by the State of New Hampshire
POLICE STANDARDS & TRAINING COUNCIL. How is this public transparency of police misconduct? What is Chief Hart Hiding?

Below are the NONPUBLIC session minutes from the hearing held by the State of New Hampshire
POLICE STANDARDS & TRAINING COUNCIL.

Others Present: Chief William R. Hart , Londonderry Police Department; Attorney Donald L.
Blazka, Jr. ; Office r Jason Archambault; Mrs. Olivia Archambault; Serge ant Ryan Carney, Office r
Eric Are l, and several officers from the Londonderry Police Department ; and , New Hampshire
Marin e Patrol Director David Barrett
NONPUBLIC SESSION: Officer Jason Archambault, Londonderry Police Department
Officer Archambault appeared to show cause why the Council should not suspend or revoke his
certification pursuant to Pol 402.02 (a) (12). Officer Archambault stated that it was his wish for
this matter to be heard in nonpublic session.

RESULTS OF HEARING:

MOTION: That the Council take no action at this time on the certification of Jason
Archambault, and at the end of one year (i.e., May 1, 2011), if there has been no further action
taken and no criminal charges have been brought forward, this matter will be closed.
Chief Colarusso seconded the motion. Vice Chairman Wrenn clarified that Officer Archambault
will retain his certification. The vote of the Council was 7-0 in support of the motion.

In other words, nothing happened to Jason Archambault for assaulting his wife. Archambault is allowed to carry on in the community , carry a gun and act as a law enforcement official without impunity. Where is the justice in this?

It is time that corrupt officials are forced to stand accountable for their actions. STOP THE COVER UPS WILLIAM HART.

Christopher King said...

This is going up in it's own post later today, tied in with this, read my comments:

http://tinyurl.com/396ywuz

C