12 October 2011
KingCast v. Kelly Ayotte, NH GOP, Nashua PD 2010-CV-501 sees the same old same old in Rhode Island: Defendants can lie their asses off without recompense.
Update: Read the comments carefully and read the new screen capture at top noting the telephonic status conference scheduled for 27 Oct. 2011. I am going to inquire if that is to be a record hearing or not. Headed back to Boston stay tuned for my Renewed Motion to file a Third Amended Complaint based on Kelly Ayotte's Chief of Staff Defamatory comments about me and Nashua PD's continued unconstitutional actions against those who video them, i.e. Dave Ridley and Mike Gannon.
The Court is going to be, like, "WTF is going on here?"
I'm going to be, like, "Well Your Honor they keep fucking up, I dunno it's not my fault."
They said I was disbarred, a lie.
They said I never offered up any case law on why Judge McCafferty's Report and Recommendations should be vacated, also a lie.
Read the Motion for Sanctions.
These guys can apparently say and do whatever the hell they want to, fascinating. Let's see what the Court says about the Interlocutory Appeal however, as common sense dictates that the decision of a Judge who had ethical issues manifest prior to issuing an adverse ruling should be set aside when the affected party has thoroughly documented the factual problems in the ruling. Here is the Open Letter to Rhode Island ACLU.
Oh, wait. That Motion for Interlocutory Appeal Certification of the record was denied as well, even though Judge Barbadoro didn't even issue a proper written Order when he denied the request, all the more fascinating. Let's see if it turns into a sanctionfest where I'm the one in the wrong. Frankly nothing would surprise me at this point. Now that having been said, what is perhaps more important than those items is the Third Amended Complaint showing the Nashua PD pattern and practice of unlawful and unconstitutional contempt for journos and citizens who shine cameras on their malfeasance. So tonight or tomorrow I will renew my request to have that filed. Stay tuned.