09 November 2010
KingCast slammed Senator Kelly Ayotte as NH AG with this NAACP Memorandum in Ayotte v. King, 2005-E-430, Judge Groff presiding.
Remember this post yesterday where I found the 6 Oct. 2006 Entry from Judge Groff denying Summary Judgment and finding that Senator-Elect Kelly Ayotte violated the Rules of Civil Procedure? Well the Court was being quite charitable to Kelly in not mentioning the fact that I had filed a rather damning NAACP First Amendment Legal Brief just prior to dismissal.
His Honor didn't mention the Memorandum in his Order denying Summary Judgment, but you had better believe if Kelly Ayotte thought she had the beans to get me for Unauthorized Practice of Law, she would have gone to trial. And I would have videotaped each and every agonizing moment of Kelly and Attorney Stratton getting their behinds handed to them by Yours Truly. Wherefore, she dismissed the "case" against me.
Along the way, however,I totally busted Senator-Elect Kelly Ayotte for an attempted ex post facto application of New Hampshire Law, specifically then HB 1768 vis a vis Chapter 311. In that post see also my proposed Stipulations, Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law, I had to do all of that to kick her ass, just to be free from Unconstitutional encroachment from Kelly Ayotte and her crew of Open Government Free Press haters. Conduct like that from Kelly Ayotte against my lawful conduct as an NAACP Officer certainly gives rise to a claim that she is indeed, a bigot. Well, that plus her tacit acceptance of her support from Niggermania, watch the Official Kelly Ayotte Senate victory video.
Addendum: Look at my proposed Stipulations and Findings of fact. They clearly show that Kelly Ayotte was acting like someone with a personal vendetta against a strong black man pushing a Civil Rights agenda. She ignored my complaint about a white company that committed Wire Fraud by forging my name to a mortgage and sending it off to WAMU for funding. Then by withholding an audiotape and CD of an important interview, she violated the Best Evidence Rule and my Substantive and Procedural Due Process Rights when my conduct in writing an NAACP Demand Letter for Willie Toney was squarely protected by the First Amendment.
And the Court helped her get away with it. I believe when the case was set before Judge Hicks before his ascension to the High Court, the Hillsborough Court denied Admission Requests for no reason whatsoever, as noted in the last document.
Despite being home to thousands of wonderful people and some of the most striking scenery in the Country, New Hampshire is a place best left alone for anyone into progressive politics, and black people in general. Our new U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte helps keep it that way, and I'm going to note it for the record, all the way to SCOTUS. That's part of our Karma, Kelly. You've earned it now you're going to get it. Plaintiff's First Amended Complaint and new movie coming today on this one, "Kelly Ayotte has a racist vendetta against Christopher King."