22 August 2013

As Pelham Police Chief Calls for Termination, KingCast Reminds WHDH, WMUR, Union Leader and Eagle Tribune that Eugene Stahl Caused the Cody Eller Road Rage Verdict to be Set Aside.



UPDATE 11 Sept. 2013 -- Eugene Stahl was fired last night. However, the Cody Eller Prosecution is still scheduled to go forward. How now brown cow? 

"Sir I understand you are no longer on the Pelham Police force....."

Now there may be several other valid points of concern relative to policing out there in Pelham as noted by the comments section.... which is perhaps why the Selectmen never returned my calls.... but whatever it is what it is, guys. And by the way I have the entire Cody Eller Hearing on the Motion to Set Aside the Verdict.... and I will be posting that shortly. As in, tomorrow:


Great work from a small press -- Lowell Sun. 
Video of last night's hearing and of the dash cam incidents is all here. His lawyer can say it was only a select few moments of a career but these are some fugly moments to be certain: Clearing leather behind some youths who had not demonstrated any violent propensities and screaming at a 23 year-old woman who also was not threatening him.... that's some Norman Bruce McKay style stuff right there. Recall how he cleared leather against a tour bus, yes he did. Bottom left thumbnail.


Lowell Sun did not post my comment, however.

PS: As to the Cody Eller case the Standard by now is not pure Laurie list and is rather any exculpatory evidence. The whole file should now be unsealed and Attorney Kaye has more than the selectmen had. They are going to retry Cody Eller. Says Eller defense attorney Jeffrey Kaye:
"No one from the State contacted me about this. I may have been able to supple additional information.... but these documents are at present under seal. Now I am going to ask to unseal everything now that he has gone public." 
The Major Press doesn't have what I have.... but as usual, they are pretty good at coming in after the fact. So I took it upon myself to remind them -- at the links below --  of what they already should know, if they conducted any research on Eugene Stahl whatsoever. Let's see if they all publish my comment, which was basically a notice about the Cody Eller case along with a YouTube courtroom video link. 

As you watch the above video and the others at the Stahl coverage link below, note that the possibility of termination in NH is amazing because the only law enforcement personnel I can think of who have been terminated or severely punished in New Hampshire include Martin J. Dunn out of Jaffrey and his Prosecutor Bill Albrecht, who quit under an ethics investigation. These were former NH AG (now U.S. Senator) Kelly Ayotte's buddies when she tried to put me in prison when I took Dunn and his officers to task when I was NAACP Legal Chair. Rather than investigate the Civil Rights violations Ayotte went after me for attempted felony extortion and unauthorized practice of law (I've never been licensed in NH and never claimed to be, duh) and ended up getting her ass handed to her, cases dismissed.  Marty Dunn unfortunately is drawing a pension while blaming Yours Truly for his mental illness, LOL. The joke is on the taxpayers, brought to you by former NH AG Kelly Ayotte.... the same Kelly Ayotte who allowed the FRM Mortgage Ponzi scam to befall her constituents. But that is the subject of a feature length motion picture "10 Questions: America's Fraudclosure Crisis" as noted below. As a former Assistant AG and title insurance producer I am appalled.

BTW the Franconia selectmen contemplated firing Norman Bruce McKay but failed to do so in spite of a Cannon Mountain of evidence of his abusive nature. And the rest is history, with McKay violating 7 terms of protocol and Liko Kenney both dead and a crazed lunatic Greg Floyd walking around after parole. Kelly Ayotte covered for Greg Floyd and his lies and McKay couldn't even get a road named after him he was so abusive. Just the facts.

KingCast Eugene Stahl coverage, including the denied Motion to Unseal the Laurie List info.
WHDH coverage.
They did not print my comment because I already exposed them in the Joanna Marinova Defamation lawsuit where they had to apologize to her and settled.I helped her secure her counsel in that endeavor.

WMUR coverage.
They did print my comment.

Eagle Tribune coverage.
They did not print my comment.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

As Usual a lot of information is left out by the news. Ofc. Stahl requested a public hearing to be as transparent as possible. As a correction, the Cody Eller case was not overturned because of Ofc Stahl. It was overturned because the prosecution neglected to inform the defense ahead of time. Ofc. Stahl did not know he was on the laurie list. Chief Roark had changed his personnel file without Ofc Stahl's knowledge and placed him on the list without notifying Ofc. Stahl. Ofc. Stahl was placed on the list for an excessive use of force complaint not a credibility issue. The excessive use of force in question was what was changed in Ofc. Stahl's folder. Ofc. Stahl drew his weapon on two people who fled an accident scene that caused injury. They were chased by two concerned citizens at high speeds. Ofc. Stahl got to them as the concerned citizens blocked them in on a side street with their own vehicles. The driver then revs the engine to threaten the citizens and Ofc. Stahl. Ofc. Stahl draws his weapon in the event the vehicle is used as a weapon. Ofc. Stahl removes the people and secures them in handcuffs. It is only then does Ofc. Stahl realize they are teenagers. NO person was hurt and ultimately no charges pursued because Lt. Fisher orders Ofc Stahl to release them because of his personal relationship with the drivers family. Ofc. Stahl drew his weapon because he feared my his safety and the safety of others and that was why he was placed on the laurie list. Ofc. Stahl is not perfect. But, he is a good cop. The yelling incident, that was following a high speed pursuit where the female crashed into a tree and nearly a house. Ofc. Stahl was concerned for the safety of the person in the woods due to the temperature and the safety of citizens because in the past people fleeing from police have broken into houses. Should he have not sworn, probably. But sometimes police have to raise their voices in an effort to gain information that is needed for the safety of the community. And not to mention that the suspect Ofc Stahl was forced to shoot was out on bail and lived only a few houses away which I am sure was on his mind. As for the recorded phone call...What person has not said something bad about a boss or other employee, and who hasn't vented about someone they had to deal with. Ofc Stahl mistakenly had a private conversation with a c0-worker that got recorded. He took his punishment because he realized it would look bad if it ever came to light. However the person he said he was going to punch in the face jokingly and venting, had actually requested Ofc Stahl personally because of her positive interactions with him in the past. Ofc. Stahl has shown no negative interactions with the public except for this latest incident. Everyone makes mistakes. I know this officer and that's how I know some circumstances and I feel those should be told as well.

Anonymous said...

What wasn't brought up at the hearing was how Chief Roark lied about Ofc Stahl's personnel file and changed it, how Lt. Fisher ordered Ofc Stahl not to charge people because he knew them and then did the investigation into Ofc Stahl's actions. Also, funny that Lt. Fisher is currently under allegations that he has been mishandling police association funds and possibly theft but he is allowed to continue working and supervising even though the chief knows about it.

Christopher King said...

As usual, I am here to report and to publish any and all relevant facts and you cannot deny that I have done this.

As to Stahl not knowing he was on the Laurie list, that in and of itself is incredible. But be that as it may, I am not incorrect to assert that the Cody Eller case was thrown out because of him being on the Laurie list.

And as to the Prosecution failing to bring up the Laurie list well I have torn them a new one on several occasions.

I am posting your comment to What Really Happened:

" Anonymous said...
What wasn't brought up at the hearing was how Chief Roark lied about Ofc Stahl's personnel file and changed it, how Lt. Fisher ordered Ofc Stahl not to charge people because he knew them and then did the investigation into Ofc Stahl's actions. Also, funny that Lt. Fisher is currently under allegations that he has been mishandling police association funds and possibly theft but he is allowed to continue working and supervising even though the chief knows about it."

Anonymous said...

If you check the judges ruling on the cody eller case you will see that it was overturned due to the prosecution failing to comply with law in submitting the laurie list issue before the trial. The judge does not overturn the case based on why Officer Stahl is on the laurie list. I commend Officer Stahl for trying to be as transparent as possible and asking for a public hearing.

Christopher King said...

11:35

Of course all of this would be a lot easier if NH stopped fucking around with the secrecy and determined that the Laurie list *IS NOT* part of an officer's private personnel file.

This way we ALL could gauge the relevancy of whatever caused him to be placed on the Laurie list.

Agreed?

Peace.

Christopher King said...

PS: I showed the embarrassment of the Prosecution in this video that I will also post on What Really Happened

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1HzuJNgZvw#t=14

C

Christopher King said...

PS: The Standard by now is not pure Laurie list and is rather any exculpatory evidence.

The whole file should now be unsealed and Attorney Kaye has more than the selectmen had.

They are going to retry Cody Eller.

"No one from the State contacted me about this. I may have been able to supple additional information.... but these documents are at present under seal. Now I am going to ask to unseal everything now that he has gone public."

C

Anonymous said...

my opinion is a pelham police officer having a sexual relationship with a high school student is a much more serious offense yet that officer was not disiplined and promoted up the ranks boy do we have things backwards in this town

Christopher King said...

5:38

Well I'm not here to compare shit to cyanide, but yes I would be interested in that information if you can share some specifics, thank you.

C

Anonymous said...

thanks but no thanks do you think i want to be on the bad side of this police dept when they crap all over their own this way

Anonymous said...

i can tell you this she was the daughter of the former town assessor and the selectmen/previous chief knew all about it ps most of these selectman were on the board at the time

Anonymous said...

maybe the pelham police dept can learn something from exeter about a code of ethics they post it on there website it seems well written unlike pelham where everything is hidden from the taxpayers i dont know where all the nonpublic records from selectmens/schoolboard meetings are stored but it must be a large space

Anonymous said...

i also commend officer stahl for wanting a public hearing too bad the leaders of this town always hide in non public and seal the minutes so we never know what they are up to

Christopher King said...

Anonymous said...
thanks but no thanks do you think i want to be on the bad side of this police dept when they crap all over their own this way
4:50 AM

..........email me at kingjurisdoctor@gmail.com

Your identity will never be divulged.

Peace.

Anonymous said...

You might also want to look at Derek Gioia and find out the story behind his leaving the P.P.D. and transfer to the Sheriffs Dept. And being dismissed from there, you'll be surprised who his uncle is.

Anonymous said...

pelham police officer fired what scares me is what we dont know about this police force and town the hideing of nonpublic minutes from the public is rampant in this town what are you afraid of selctmen/school