24 June 2011

State v. Glenn case no 2008-912 shows the State of Black Folks and other NH undesirabl​es under NH Senator Kelly Ayotte and her AG successor Mike Delaney.

25 June 2011 Update:
On information and belief, McLane, Graf lawyers Peter Anderson and Joel Emlen refused to file Prosecutorial misconduct claims against former co-worker Kelly Ayotte's successor Michael Delaney after his office intentionally withheld evidence that:

1. Their only witness, Joseph Salvatore had obtained a gun permit and purchased his gun BEFORE the fatal shooting of Leonard Gosselin.

2. Their only witness, Joseph Salvatore, had a prior history of unlawfully discharging a firearm of the same caliber that killed Leonard Gosselin.

To add insult to injury, the Supreme Court Decision on the estoppel hearing, linked below, intentionally omitted item number 2 in its ruling knowing that mainstream press like the Union Leader would never run this story because they are nothing but a mouthpiece.  What the Court did not anticipate was the fact that I have a waiver and discovery packet coming from Mr. Glenn, and when I receive it, I am going to be filing Ethics Complaints against all Judges and Lawyers involved. And naturally the Court never cited to the governing case of Yeager v. United States 129 S.Ct 2360 (2009).

This is further indicia of the kind of unethical lawlessness that militates in favor of recusal of Landya B. McCafferty in KingCast v. Ayotte et al., NH Dist. 2010-CV-501 given that neither she or McLane, Graf Senior Staff attorneys Jack Middleton or Jennifer Parent dared to notify me of their relationship with Her Honor: Jack Middleton was her boss! Magistrate McCafferty recused herself immediately after a certain lawyer filed an appearance in State v. Issacson so why not in my case?

They have a little boys and girls club where they protect their own and can do no wrong, and if that is not the case then it is high time this Honorable Court make it known that such activity will not be tolerated, rather then to become complicit in these crimes of moral turpitude.


"How many more times are you going to allow this guy (State's only witness Joe Salvatore) to lie?" belted New Hampshire Supreme Court Justice Linda Dalianis at a mandatory estoppel hearing, transcript forthcoming. KingCast says "I don't know Justice Dalianis, how many times are you going to allow him to keep lying, that is the question germane."

"This makes me ashamed to be a member of the white race," noted one observer.

The racist architecture of New Hampshire upper echelon government and Judiciary doesn't care too much for negroes -- or for Good White Folk who question them too much either, witness the baseless attempted criminalization of Yacht builder Michael Holman, Senior Passport Analyst and former LE Ralph Holder, Yours Truly as NAACP Legal Chair and TWG (Token White Guys) Arthur Ginsberg, Mike Gannon and Dave Coltin. Watch the Kingcast exclusive Linda Dalianis (seen above) and Robert Lynn Supreme Court Confirmation hearings for more on that. Stay tuned for more on the case in Section II, infra.

I.  First of all - Senatorial Accountability

Senator Ayotte, I still would greatly appreciate your public position on the Dodd-Frank Consumer Fraud Protection Agency as I noted in your office two weeks ago and followed up on 22 June, 2011, The American public needs this in light of your failure as NH AG to catch the largest Consumer Fraud in history -- the FRM Mortgage Ponzi scam -- vis a
vis your refusal to take action when I showed you that some white folks forged my notary nigger signature (using your friends from Niggermania language there) to a mortgage and faxed it off for funding, otherwise known as Wire Fraud. Not to mention your failure to
take action in the MBF Leasing cases that I brought to your attention while attorneys all over the Country are taking action and there is at least one massive class action that resulted in findings of liability and assessment of punitive damages, but Kelly didn't care: 

Pludeman v Northern Leasing Sys., Inc., 2011 NY Slip Op 31638U (June 17, 2011, Decided).

 [*7] Severance of Claims for Damages, Punitive Damages and Fraud

Plaintiffs allege that defendants have argued before other courts that the SJ Decision lacks preclusive effect because no judgment has been entered. As the court has granted plaintiffs' requests for declaratory and injunctive relief to the extent set forth above and defendants' opposition does not address this portion of the OSC, Plaintiffs' request for entry of the judgment sought and severance of their claims for fraud, damages and punitive damages is granted.

All of this is par for your course apparently, as you never returned the $10K you took in from Taxmasters even as your contemporary in Texas is suing them for widespread consumer fraud. This is because you yourself are a fraud, but heck while you are in office I will play your game with you and go through all proper and legal channels to out you as the fraud that you really are. Now I see why you partnered up with that racist, bigoted xenophobe Joe Arpaio out there in Arizona.... who apparently is not bonded, probably because no one will bond him so the County does it instead. Now I see why AZ and NH were the last two states in the Union to recognize Martin Luther King Day as a National Holiday; my time as NAACP Legal Chair was certain to encounter substantial adversity and it did -- I had to shut down not one but two bogus legal cases brought against me under your "advisory" ambit.

Also, to the Senate Office of Public Affairs, with this Journal Entry I hereby tender $8 for the 35 page report, a prepaid two-day FEDEX envelope and a DVD containing my visit to Senator Ayotte's office along with my phone calls to your office and to that of the Senate Ethics Committee as I prepared my Ethics Complaint against her Chief of Staff for lying as he sought public funds to defend my Free Press racial lawsuit, KingCast v. Ayotte et al., NH Dist. 2010-CV-501, supra.

And also, before I move on to the Main Item, I need confirmation that my Ethics Complaint has been registered with the Senate Office of Public Affairs and with the Senate Ethics Office because if funds are going to the U.S. Senate to help undermine the First Amendment, then by all means I am entitled fair and reasonable opportunity to present an opposing viewpoint for people before they provide any support for Senator Ayotte's oppressive politics that are being supported by Judge Landya B. McCafferty, a former McLane, Graf attorney just like Kelly and just like my opposing counsel Jack Middleton and Jennifer Parent. For those about to ask, no I was not informed of these ties prior to a factually disingenuous ruling in the TRO hearing, in complete violation of Judicial Ethics, my complaint on that will be coming, wait for it.

II.  The Main Event: NH AG Delaney and Justice Linda Dalianis Suborning Perjury.

Note: More links and movies to follow when my real Mac returns from
the repair center on Saturday before I send it out on Monday.

I had hoped the Senator Kelly Ayotte's legal progeny Michael Delaney and Karen Huntress would do better than Kelly, but he is also stuck on stupid and forging ahead with impunity in the racist prosecution of Charles Glenn. Why do I say it is racist? Well read the High Court opinion granting the AG the right to try him again after he prevailed in his first trial for the same offenses. While I have not yet read either side's Briefs in the matter, I know that states have fallen either way on retrying lesser included offenses after a NG verdict on the primary charge so I will withhold my ultimate opinion on the Decision itself except to say that it appears the purported issue of robbery was already heard and rejected by the Jury, now the only issue to retry him on would be the degree of homicide, yet and still it appears that the robbery evidence is still going to be allowed in......

There is an issue but beyond that: The problem here is that the State has no doubt taken a pass on prosecuting the sole "witness" to the shooting and death of Leonard Gosselin, a white guy Joseph Salvatore, who committed PERJURY..... only is it conceivable that he shot the victim, it is 100% guaranteed that he committed a Federal Offense. But of course if NH LE likes you, or if you are one of them, you can do whatever the hell you wish, and get away with it. Witness the fact that Delaney is marching forward despite this paragraph and these facts:

I love this part of the High Court Decision:

"Accordingly, we hold that the trial court did not err in denying the defendant's motion in limine to exclude evidence or argument that the “[d]efendant was attempting to rob [the victim] at the time of his death.” Because the Federal Constitution affords the defendant no greater protection, we need not undertake a separate federal analysis. United States v. Brackett, 113 F.3d 1396, 1399-1400 (5th Cir.), cert. denied, 522 U.S. 934 (1997); Sefton, 125 N.H. at 535-36."

....All of which of course came from the same white dirtbag who materially changed his story and committed perjury about when he bought his gun, nice. Par for the NH dog'n'pony show they call Justice.

....What was the forensic evidence, or did NH do away with it as they did in the Liko Kenney and Michael Paulhus cases?


Witness the murder (IMO) of Liko Kenney by multiple felon Greg Floyd where Senator Kelly Ayotte hid the true nature of this man from the U.S. Public and allowed him to outright lie about his actions in the Franconia shooting tragedy. I hope that Casey Sherman's screen
adaptation with The Fighter Producer Dorothy Aufiero addresses some of this, and no doubt people will Google and wind up right here for more. Here is my movie for Producer Aufiero on that.

Witness the Michael Paulhus case in which Nashua PD lied, violated Miranda, shot a guy and posed as Assistant Attorneys General. As a former Assistant Attorney General myself I can tell you right now they should have been up on charges for that as well as tampering with and/or destroying evidence along with the other LE involved. Read the Paul Erwin Kish report.

Well that's quite a lot to digest, and it's quite spicy, coming from a truly independent journalist who happens to be a former AAG. But folks in New Hampshire don't tend to like spicy food, and I imagine it will make some people sick. C'est la vie, I know I've been sick of New Hampshire politics for a long, long time.

Thank you for your time and continued attention to these matters.

With all the respect that is due,
/s/ Christopher King, J.D.
Christopher King, J.D.

PS: Read this Nashua Telegraph coverage of KingCast v. Ayotte et al.

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