28 November 2010

KingCast presents Londonderry's Jason M. Archambault: Another example of Police violence against women and youth, protected by NH AG and local cops.



Interview: Olivia Klaus Films Domestic Violence Victims Imprisoned by Silence.

That is Mandy Van Devens' Change.org brilliant piece about the new Olivia Klaus film that contains my comments, including this link to relevant video and some, but not all of NH AG Kelly Ayotte's coverups for physically abusive men, specifically licensed police officers. Read the comments for the Archambault report.

As a former AAG I find it appalling that the American Architecture of Justice permits such activity, but this journal entry shows that Senator Kelly Ayotte, as former NH AG, has no shame.

Behind the Blue Wall is also a great site.

3 comments:

Christopher King said...

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.

Anonymous said...

Before you go printing your BS. you do not know all the facts pertaining to this case. Why don't you get a real job LOSER!

Christopher King said...

Hey I just printed an actual report that the government issued. If you have a problem with that, I don't give a shit, you got that?

Now then if you have some specific FACTS that you would like me to address then spit it out, otherwise sit down and shut the fuck up.

Thanks for stopping by.

-The KingCaster.