The Nashua Telegraph is the State's second-largest newspaper according to Wikipedia. The newspaper noted that Christopher King "KingCast.net" was escorted out by the police at a GOP/Joe Arpaio rally after he attempted to interview Kelly Ayotte at a publicly-advertised political rally. Mr. King has sued Friends of Kelly Ayotte, New Hampshire and Nashua GOP and Nashua Police Department for being refused admittance to that event and two other GOP events. The case is before the New Hampshire Federal District Court. Among the legal questions the suit could potentially raise is whether a private gathering that vigorously seeks media coverage can bar or expel some reporters but not others. http://www.
nashuatelegraph.com/news/ 887281-196/blogger-sues- ayotte-others-over-access.html
Read these threatening emails from Defense Counsel and my response set them on their tuchii; note that they tried to remove Jack Middleton from the chain but I put him right back in there.
Update: The wikstupidia tools are at it again. This time it is yet another excuse when someone following the issue (whom I only met last month) who agrees with me attempted to post to the "talk" forums, a place where they put things they hope will go away. They locked this individual out for a whole MONTH because s/he dared to support the KingCast position, and s/he assured me that no zombie programs were used at all, just a concerned citizen trying to post.
Another would-be poster (Fourth Estate) sent me these attempts to edit but the vermin scumbag hypocrite sellouts removed all of this as well. This all begs the question: Who is really running the Internet and who is paying or threatening or influence-peddling wikipedia to bury this issue?