1. Motion Denied. (paraphrase from notes but very close) "I hold no opinion, animosity or preconceptions about the matter... there is no appearance of impropriety... Senator Ayotte exercised her Constitutional duties as I will exercise mine. I will enter an Order later today denying the Motion for Recusal."
2. Nashua PD Counsel Brian Cullen to issue an Amended Pleading noting that I am not disbarred. This was in conjunction with a threat to go after me for sanctions and legal fees that has apparently been jettisoned after I noted that Attorney Cullen and/or client have recently been found to be in Contempt of Federal Court themselves. I say apparently because you never know with these bullies.
3. A Stay on further filings until or after a 5 Dec. 2011 Motion Hearing on the pending Dispositive Motions, at which point I will reassert the significance of the pending Motion for Mandatory Judicial Notice of Dave Ridley/Ridley Report wrongful arrest and acquittal and the Third Amended Complaint request noting the Defamation of Ayotte's Chief of Staff who claimed that I have filed "frivolous lawsuits" against her. That should provide independent grounds for litigation in and of itself.
My email to NH PD Detective Alex Gorman and several others on the willful failure of Defendant Ayotte to investigate the mortgage forgery wire fraud issue:
KingCast Opposition to Defendants' 11th hour 28 U.S.C. §455 Motion to Recuse Judge John McConnell
I emailed the second response:
Even assuming (contrary to prevailing law) that an appearance of bias against an attorney is a sufficient basis for recusal, the grounds alleged in the motion would fall well short of the appropriate showing. Defense counsel has a First Amendment right to petition members of Congress and to suggest how they should vote on judicial nominees. But such communications "are probative of [an attorney's] dislike for [a judicial nominee], not the other way around." 17 Defense counsel's communications "may very well establish [his] feelings toward [the court], but they have "no tendency to show [the [*1296] court's] feelings towards" defense counsel. 18 The undersigned bears no animosity towards defense counsel for expressing his views.