21 March 2012

Catholic Diocese lawsuit: KingCast applauds Mary Ryan for becoming the second pro se litigant to force recusal of U.S. Magistrate Landya B. McCafferty for appearance of impropriety.

Oh you better believe this is some serious business: In my First Amendment Free Press case, KingCast v. Kelly Ayotte, NH GOP and Nashua PD NH Dist. 2010-CV-501 (see related video at link) I made Landya B. McCafferty recuse herself because of her well-documented ties to my opposing counsel at McLane, Graf. She did it on the Down Low as R Kelly and the Isley Brothers would say, initially failing to issue a written Order until I journalized its absence.

In Mary Ryan's case Ryan v. Krause 11-CV-037, as you can see from the thumbnail, she did it ostensibly because Judge McAuliffe recused himself, but that's not really the Story. The Real Deal is the FACT that she is married to the mob, so to speak, in the sense that her husband, as a teacher at St. Thomas Aquinas, is a long-term wheel man for the Catholic Enterprise, errrr, Diocese. So anyway just as in my case all of NH District Judges are out. Judges Laplante and McAuliffe took powders back around 1 March, 2012 as I publicly questioned Judge McCafferty's failure to do so. So Plaintiff Ryan, who has eschewed a hush-hush payout, has already exhausted her panels in Rhode Island and in New Hampshire. Next comes Maine, stay tuned for the chilling conclusion of this episode of Little Person v. the System. Speaking of exhausted, I am exhausted just keeping up!

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