Dear Attorney Brown:
Saturday afternoon update: The Court stated that there was no such thing as a written deposition, but I know in Federal Rules of Civil Procedure there is, and apparently so too in Massachusetts. Mr. Pisano had asked for one because of his mental disability, i.e. a brain injury resultant from a childhood beating that left him with his head split open and in coma for weeks I believe.
I have a movie coming for you by this evening, probably 6p. or so, get your popcorn, truffle butter and Chimay all set. It looks as if your client and Mr. Pisano and his legal assistant had amicable discussions today. You told Clifford Pisano today that I am "not a real journalist." Let me school you quick fast and in a hurry. I did not cease to be a "real journalist" in 1990 when I left the Indianapolis Star (bottom right) and went to law school. Further, I do not cease to be a "real journalist" just because I am critical of the zoning process at 525 Beach Street or because I rolled video of you ignoring me as you ducked into a courthouse elevator. As the accompanying video shows, elected officials beg to differ with you, and I have already spoken on this issue when I co-paneled a forum at last year's New England News and Press Annual Conference and Trade Show. My pictures and videos from murder trials and multimillion dollar jury trials have been republished by the Revere Journal and large regional media with WBZ using footage from the Scott Hyman $1.7M anti-Semitic Jury Trial. And clearly the Boston Herald and Joanna Marinova's lawyers consider me a journalist, just look at the (failed) subpoena at left.
Now then the bottom line on Mr. Pisano's case is that I believe he filed a Motion for Leave to Amend his Complaint, along with the proposed Amended Complaint, and I have video of you and a Judge acknowledging that these documents exist. I have not yet checked for 100% Rule 9A compliance, but suffice it to say that if you all don't reach agreement, and even should your client prevail on a Motion to Dismiss for lack of standing in the Administrative Appeal regarding the nondisclosure of contamination during the zoning process at 525 Beach Street, Mr. Pisano is free to file in Nuisance. So not only am I a journalist, I am a lawyer managerial zoning and title insurance backgrounds and closing in on 400,000 YouTube visitors and hundreds of followers.
I will cover whatever I decide to cover. I will write, video, edit and publish what I want to, when I want to and how I want to, and there is absolutely nothing you can do to stop that. So if I want to come to your office tomorrow and video Mr. Pisano's entry to your office I will do as I please and it was silly of you to seek help from the Court today against that. You are more than welcome to ask me to leave, and I will immediately comply with your lawful request. I define how the game is played Counselor, not you, and so you had best get used to it as long as you represent anyone involved in a case of interest to me. You cannot prevent me from gaining that which I already own. Have a Nice Day. And I'm glad you apparently stopped by to enjoy my work!
Xo Communications (188.8.131.52)
Update from 1 May 2012 LOL.
Greetings Counselor! Remember how you told Clifford Pisano I wasn't a "real journalist" and I proved you wrong? Hell I've probably forgotten more about journalism and the First Amendment than you will ever begin to know. Also, in anticipation of you saying I wasn't a "real New England zoning manager" I thought I would send you one of the more difficult zoning approvals I obtained, up in Andover at Trinitarian Church. Take a minute to read the minutes. The Church is happy and everything went as planned, but oh, it was very hotly contested, you bet. So what's next Counselor, my father was not a "real toxicology residue chemist" either?
Now the next time you go around trying to talk some shit, I recommend you do your homework first so I don't have to publicly school you like this. So if you think you were in some material way disturbing me with your silly little no-trespass letter, you are sadly mistaken for there is no trespass on the Internet, LOL fella have a nice day.
Request for production of Revere 525 Beach Street test results: Name your poison.
Christopher King, J.D.