Watch for an updated Memorandum for the Court on my Free Press case because Attorney Brian Cullen -- who delved into ancient history and lied to the Court and stated that I was disbarred -- is dealing with some current history and a Rule 60b Motion for Mr. Holder to reopen his Civil case because somewhere between Attorney Cullen and his client they never delivered to him a copy of the goddamn medic report that proves he never assaulted his wife. NH LE, Guardian ad litem and Judges did then take that misinformation and use it to take his black child out of superior NH schools and place him in a dangerous neighborhood in with inferior schools in Massachusetts, and that's a fact, jack.
Mr. Holder -- himself a Senior Passport manager and former LE -- writes:
"Mr. King, The Rule 60 (b) Motion has been filed to reopen the case against the Town of Newton and its racist and rogue Chief of Police Streeter. He won't turn over the investigation into my claim the two officers who conducted the warrantless entry and arrest of false assault charges. The NH AG Delaney is trying to protect him with a bogus investigation. The local custodian of the EMT report that was suppressed and fraudulently concealed is also not responding to my RSA 91-A request....
A patently disingenuous, insulting, bottom-feeding ad hominem attempt by Counsel for Nashua PD to discredit Plaintiff so that the Court refuses to grant a reasonable Third Amended Complaint showcasing Defendant Ayotte's Defamatory statement to the entirety of Congress while seeking money to defend this case that Plaintiff "filed frivolous lawsuits" as well as Defendant Nashua PD's ongoing pattern of harassment of independent journalists and citizens who video record the police. One victim, Dave Ridley of the Ridley Report has already been acquitted and the next one, Michael Gannon -- a prior victim of unlawful video confiscation by Nashua PD -- will most assuredly win in January, 2012.
Christopher King, J.D.
Issue Memorandum Supplement Dishonesty on the part of Nashua PD Defense Counsel Brian Cullen27 Oct 2011