27 October 2010

KingCast v. Ayotte, GOP & Nashua PD Request for Judicial Notice on White House v. FOX News viewpoint discrimination.


Further, Plaintiff-Petitioner is aware that counsel for Defendant Friends of Kelly Ayotte knows the importance of open communications in the digital era because they both have had the same client within the past two years and both have worked in the Greater Nashua area on wireless projects, Plaintiff-Petitioner was a zoning manager. See generally 
Omnipoint Communications, Inc. v. City of Nashua
Not Reported in F.Supp.2d, 2008 WL 345855
February 06, 2008, His Honor Presiding. Plaintiff-Petitioner is entitled to use that very telecommunications infrastructure to distribute his intellectual property, as a valid member of the press, whether Defendants like him or not.

Speaking of valid press, here is Nashua Telegraph's Patrick Meighan's ongoing coverage of the event. It's all so crazy, just trying to keep little old me from asking a question or two. Anybody remember the battle cry as children 35 years ago "You don't have to make a Federal Case out of it!"

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