21 November 2010

Quorum Call, Justice Kagan and KingCast say U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte and GOP Free Press Federal case is now a matter of Public Knowledge.

There's no reason for Senator Ayotte to hate me so much she threatens me with arrest at every publicly-advertised event -- except for the one AFTER I sued her. After all, she stands behind her policy so much that she and the GOP refused my offer of settlement -- to ask her a set number and type of questions -- so I would think she would welcome the opportunity to spread information about. So today I helped her out by putting Public Knowledge on Actual Notice of the money about to be spent by the GOP and Kelly Ayotte in their attempt -- all the way to SCOTUS -- to establish lapdog media hegemony.

As noted, The U.S. Senate Quorum Call and SCOTUS Justice Elena Kagan are already glad to share in all of it with Senator Ayotte, and they are following the case of KingCast v. Friends of Kelly Ayotte, GOP & Nashua PD, NH Dist. 2010-CV-501. Direct link to lawsuit and the video from the post-lawsuit event, showing how I operate, and there isn't a dang thing unprofessional about it.

1 comment:

Christopher King said...

And former U.S. Marshal Stephen Monier, who threatened to call the police on me as I stood on a public sidewalk, thinks he's oh-so-smart. He's got his rambling descriptions of my puportedly-disruptive behavior, well I've got the drop on that guy all right, fabricating stories and alleged threats about negroes like Ralph Holder who dare to question the NH elite white power establishment.

You guys are gonna learn -- and I'm gonna teach you, for some of you like Senator Ayotte teach you again -- that you cannot just criminalize conduct you don't like, particularly when that conduct is a black man's exercise of First Amendment Rights to question you.

Keep on spending your money to fight me though guys.

Because every day you do more and more people get to see what complete jerks you really are. I'll bet you're wondering about the 2027 Views the first version of the lawsuit garnered on wepapers in the course of the past ten days, not to mention how many people have downloaded it and are passing it around in Word.

The True Final First Amended Complaint will eclipse that by tens of thousands as we head on down the road to SCOTUS.

-The KingCaster.