06 February 2010

KingCast says Suffolk DA Dan Conley is such a racist First Amendment basher, he'll even talk to other media who use my images but disrespect me.

Conley, acting in the manner of a complete racist, First-Amendment-bashing jackass, turned to Seth Daniel immediately after disrespecting me and asked him if he had any questions, but the funny thing is (well it's not so much funny as it is arbitrary, capricious and racist), Seth and the Revere Journal have even used my courtroom photographs.

Goes to this story and YouTube video. What a tool. He is inept, arrogant, racist and rude and Jake Wark, whom I previously complimented for his professionalism, finds it all funny, wonder if he realized the KingCast camera was rolling, ha-ha.

PS: Dan, I'm also a top-ranked Constitutional Law blogger (by Masters in Criminal Justice website) and NH Sunshine project noted me as a Government Watchdog, I think those credentials are Good Enough to show the Word how inappropriate your conduct was, as of 7 Feb 12:00p 13,354 people have watched KingCast trial-related videos, whether you like it or not. Actually given your attitude, I hope you hate it.

PPS: And you're a hypocrite:

Why does your office not prosecute violations of the Open Meeting Law? Or, if you don't have the resources to devote to such prosecutions, how about providing some advice and assistance to the citizens who are willing to take up the cause of transparency in government?
We do handle open meeting law complaints and, through it, we do our best to foster transparency and accountability. The open meeting law is very broadly written - and intentionally so - but its fundamental purpose is to ensure that citizens have access to the decisions made by their representatives.....


Christopher King said...


Who does this guy think he is?

What Hubris.

-The KingCaster.

Christopher King said...

Not to mention the fact that he's on Constructive knowledge that I filed a copy of the Motion linked herein because I hand-delivered a copy of it to Attorney Zabin.

Heinous activity from somebody who works for me.

-The KingCaster.

Christopher King said...

An acquaintance of mine informs that Bay State officials have contacted him, snooping around for dirt on me.

I suggest they clean up their own back yard before visiting someone else's.

-The KingCaster.

Christopher King said...

I'm watching the video of my interview with Attorney Zabin and Jake Wark.

Zabin told me that under MGL 265(1) the Court is required to instruct the Jury on Murder 2 as part of the Murder Statute.

I told him that I was asking for clarification as to how Massachusetts does it because in other jurisdictions you had to name your poison, and unless Defense Counsel requested a lesser instruction the State had to go with what brung 'em.

I'm still looking into this, but WBZ reported the Robert Iacoviello was indicted "First Degree Murder," and I have had conversations with many people about the fact that the State's case could not sustain such a charge.

That's where the State relies on Commonwealth v. Brown, a bizarre Felony-Murder case involving marijuana, hashish and a 6-year international flight by the Defendants.


In addressing Paulding's appeal, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ("SJC") recognized that the trial judge's instructions were the product of the SJC's decision in Commonwealth v. Brown, 392 Mass. 632, 467 N.E.2d 188, 197 (1984), which held that the Massachusetts murder statute "requires a trial judge to instruct on murder in the first and second degrees if there is evidence of murder in the first degree, even though there appears to be no hypothesis in the evidence to support a verdict of murder in the second degree."

This holding was based on a provision in the Massachusetts murder statute which states that "the degree of murder is for the jury to determine." Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 265, § 1. The Brown court interpreted this provision to require that the jury, regardless of the evidence, have an opportunity, in every first degree murder prosecution, to convict the defendant of second degree murder — regardless of the state of the evidence. See Brown, 467 N.E.2d at 196-97.


So as far as I know, or can see, if there is any appeal there Attorney Krupp would have to argue that the evidence doesn't fit second degree murder.

We shall see what if anything is argued on this. Krupp filed a Notice of Appeal at Sentencing, as did Attorney Willie Davis, on behalf of Defendant Heang.

We already know what Davis will argue in addition to Manifest Weight, he will argue Commonwealth v. Perez, 437 Mass 186:

At common law, a wife could not be prosecuted as an accessory after the fact for giving aid to her felon husband. 2 W.R. LaFave & A.W. Scott, Jr., supra at 169, citing 4 W. Blackstone, Commentaries *38-39. No other relative could claim such a defense at common law. 2 W.R. LaFave & A.W. Scott, Jr., supra. Our statute now allows other relatives (husbands, wives, parents, grandparents, children, grandchildren, and siblings) to defend against an accessory charge on the ground of their family relation to the principal offender. G. L. c. 274, § 4. This expansion of the relationship defense merely reflects the fact that it is unrealistic to expect family members to deny aid to other family members, notwithstanding their felonious conduct. See Commonwealth v. Barnes, 369 Mass. 462, 466-467 (1976), quoting R. Perkins, Criminal Law 683 (2d ed. 1969) ("it is asking too much of a jury to expect a conviction of one who has merely opened his door or 192 given some similar aid to a parent, child or other intimate relation"). Modernization of the relationship defense does not suggest that the Legislature intended to abandon the fundamental common-law definition of the crime itself.


The Court ruled that the Jury found that Heang offered assistance not to his brother, but to Defendant Iacoviello.

-The KingCaster.

Anonymous said...

Bobby was sentenced for murder in the second degree, and possession of an illegal firearm. With that being said, he's eligible for parole in 18 years. Are the 30 months (approximately)he spent in the clink before going to trial not included in his sentence? Conley's conduct is nothing new. As an African-American, I'm not surprised over his antics. Keep doing your thing; You don't need for me to tell you that C.

Christopher King said...


Yep, you know I'm gonna keep on keepin' on.

Just posted this over at Universal Hub.

It doesn't appear up on the main page yet but whatever, the deed was done and I will post this information everywhere and anywhere I damn well please.

I would have to believe that Iacoviello got time served, I calculated that he has about 200 days left on the gun charges, credit 858 days my notes read and so 3 x 365 = 1095, there you go.

I can't wait to read the Appellate Briefs.



Christopher King said...

From the TOUCH FM blog:

Susan said...

Dear Mr. King, I am the Aunt of Bobby Iacoviello and I reside in Colorado. I was not able to come to Boston for the trial. I want to thank you for being my eyes and ears of this trial. You are a wonderful human being...You should be proud of the great work you do. I know I am proud of you and your work.. Thank you so much for being there. (especially for me). Susan
February 8, 2010 8:21 AM


TOUCH 106.1 FM Boston said...

Dear Susan,

You are more than welcome. I am just as exhausted and spent as I was from handling trials on the other side of the jury box, but that's okay.

The issues had to come out, and I've been waiting to do this ever since I heard about the case 2 years ago.

Peace to you and your family.

Peace to the Talbot family.

I look forward to covering the Appellate process, feel free to email me at kingjurisdoctor@gmail.com

February 8, 2010 8:57 AM

Christopher King said...

Read it Read Good, Dan. You'll be reading it the rest of your Natural Life, wherever you go, if I have to hire a college intern to track you and post this link and video, hahahaaa... now stick your finger in my face again.

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Christopher King said...

PS: Dear Attorney Conley, those credentials are coming later this week or top of next, I'm reaching for the plastic and the order form right now for New England Newspaper & Press Association, once they reviewed the facts they were more than happy to welcome me in.

I sincerely hope we can keep our future conversations professional, I'll do my part if you do yours.


Christopher King, J.D.

Christopher King said...

DA Conley's Office just checked in this morning:

Query, WTF do they want, Conley won't talk to me but he'll talk to reporters and newspapers who use my images, and he read my blog but tell me to go to hell to my face.

What a tool.

Speaking of tools wait until I post a pic of Press Secretary Jake Wark I'm waiting on, as he laughed at Conley disrespecting me as I shot the Dan Talbot Murder Trial video #35.


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Christopher King said...

Also by the time Dan Conley pulled his little gangster move he was well aware of who I am, and that Masters in Criminal Justice had top-ranked my personal blog with the ACLU.

30 Return Visits here:

They were aware that I had praised the DA's on another murder case, and they were aware of KingCast.net, my main website portal, so Conley was just being a hater, pure and simple and I caught him on camera, as did an observer I spoke with yesterday who is trying to load the video and a picture of press secretary Jake Wark giggling like a little girl on to a CD to present to me.

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Elizabeth Juanita Campbell said...

Hi Chris,
Have you been receiving my emails? I bet not! You know who keeps bothering me...yes, the Les.
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