28 April 2020

KingCast Presents: Trent Williams: Another Michael Vick in the Making. The NFL Must Take a Stand.

Y'all know one thing about me is that I LOVE DOGS. And that means ALL DOGS. 

After Trent Williams' dogs apparently dragged a neighbor's dog through the fence and savagely killed it (more in depth) he reported stated "Your Dog died like a bitch." 
[KingCast Note: Not cool, to say the least]. Texas resident Linda Flowers tells me that she can hear him cocking his shotgun when she is outside in the yard in a show of further intimidation.
I don't understand why the City does not care about this. His dogs get out all the time and have cornered humans but the City never coded them as Dangerous dogs...." 
"Yah I know. My Ex and I went through it here in Seattle where the City turns a blind eye to obvious infractions, including the basic fact that the idiot who killed Livi had been issued a Cease and Desist not to even be operating a kennel, and she had too many dogs on site too so they gave her a minor fine over that but nothing else. Your Defendant is like Michael Vick, Jr. in his negative heyday.... and she was mean to me too and tried to make it all our fault!  And turns out she had reason to know the dog that killed Livi had dangerous propensities. I will be pushing for Livi's Law. I have been delayed but trust me I have not forgotten. News coverage is essential to educate and to raise awareness so keep it up."
Ms. Flowers had to erect a solid fence to keep a wall between her dog and says that fellow NFL star and neighbor Brandon LeFell is pissed-off too. All of this is going to come out in the litigation and I will be following and posting documents while sending her family love and best wishes in their time of healing.

Silver Lining:  After her Lab mix Sandy was murdered she bought a German Shorthaired Pointer. That obviously warms the cockles of my Heart.

But the NFL has to take a stand. Don't hold your breath though: They have a hard enough time trying to curb and to cover up Domestic Violence towards their players' partners of the human variety, much less dogs.




27 April 2020

KingCast Presents: More Courts Protecting Dirty Bankster Lawyers -- The Mark Rattan File.


As I figured after waiting a year for any Decision, the Court found every way it could to diminish the heinous conduct of Attorney Mark Rattan and Referee Winiarski. You may recall the basic facts as the Court cited to them in today's ruling, which coincidentally came on the same day that a Washington Court denied my Facebook Appeal, fancy that:
The complaint explains that plaintiff “King, a journalist and videographer,” attended the disciplinary hearing “for the purpose of making a visual record.” (Id. ¶ 114.) Nevertheless, at the hearing, attorney Mark Rattan allegedly “physically assaulted” King to prevent him from recording the proceedings. (Id. ¶ 116.) According to King, James Winiarski -- the referee over the hearing -- did “not even admonish Rattan” for the assault, but “instead expressed his own discomfort with the presence of King, in the capacity of what he himself characterized as ‘the press.’” (Id. ¶ 118.) Worse, the next day, after “express[ing] his intention to lodge a complaint for violation of his rights,” King was further removed by Referee Winiarski from even being present at the ongoing proceedings. (Id. ¶ 119.) King also complains that Keith Sellen, the Director of OLR, abused his discretion in responding to King’s grievance against attorney Rattan by only requiring that Rattan complete a diversion program, the outcome of which “was likely to be no more severe than a private reprimand.” (Id. ¶¶ 158-60.)
You can just feel the contempt for my position seething throughout the Opinion, right. Right. They don't want anybody -- much less a nigger such as myself up in there documenting their Dirty Deeds, literally. Whatever. We're off to Hollywood whenever it opens up again, and all of the POS crackers can piss up a rope. At least I have their ugly actions thoroughly documented for current and later reference, and they can't do a thing about that :)

Raw video days one and two. You can see who was professional, and who was a complete and utter asshole.

 

KingCast Presents: New SUB Seattle's Best Motorcycle Shop!


Seattle Used Bikes: Be There or be Square.



26 April 2020

KingCast Presents a Quick Birthday Tribute to Two Spirit Partners: Anna Elizabeth Anderson-Lewis and Liko Peter Kenney.

As the Day draws to a close my co-writer and I are waiting for Davey Kenney to call us back to blow the Conch on Liko's 37th Birthday and Aunt Tootie's 83rd. I took awhile to retreat to the woods to reflect on both of them, and to be grateful for the Spirit they both left with me, and the World in general. 

I am saddened always but the honor of riding through life with their individual and collective Thirst for Life is what predominates, and I feel blessed to be able to carry that Spirit forward and to honor them. Which is precisely as it should happen.  Much more  work to do tonight but this comes in First by a Country Mile.


PS: All many of you know there have been a LOT of passages in my World in the past 3 years. I'm sure others have suffered worse and they got through it and so do I. Honestly I am very healthy about all of it but some moments are more challenging than others but the Spirit of everyone that moved on just gives me that gust of wind so I can keep jettin'. Soundtrack inspired by Miley Cyrus SNL performance no doubt: Pink Floyd - Meddle. Specifically Fearless
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20 April 2020

KingCast Presents: East and West Coast Facebook Censorship Lawsuit Oral Argument Updates


Fascinating that I didn't get an Oral Argument in the State Court regarding attorney fees considering you routinely get Oral Arguments there, and I have personally shot video there of other folks' Oral Arguments over the years. Mind you the rejection was prior to COVID-19 shut down.
Fascinating that I have to go to the 9th Circuit in the Federal Case to be heard on Unconscionable Contracts when the Presiding Judge in KingCast v. Facebook 2019-CV-1987 wrote a minor Treatise on it while my case was pending.  Wadler v. Custard 2017-CV-05840.
Whatever. Put it all in the documentary.

16 April 2020

KingCast Notes that Stafne Law and Advocacy COVID-19 Coronavirus Forbearance Assistance is Now Available.

Unlike ten years ago, there is no specific Federal structure such as HAMP for homeowners to use as guidance. This is intentional to help the banks steal your home. The terms of your forbearance will depend on your ability to define your situation, and we will help you put your best foot forward while simultaneously setting a strong framework for potential litigation. We help you assemble your documents and forward them to your Servicer or Lender on our letterhead with a promise of Good Faith, backed-up by the implied threat of further action if necessary. 

COVID-19, Stafne Law, CARES Act, Coronavirus, pandemic, WHO, Trump, Congress, Cuomo, Death, ventilators, KingCast, Christopher King J.D., Scott Eric Stafne, Washington, foreclosure, HAMP, mortgage, homeowner, Stimulus Checks Unlike ten years ago, there is no specific Federal structure such as HAMP for homeowners to use as guidance. This is intentional to help the banks steal your home. The terms of your forbearance will depend on your ability to define your situation, and we will help you put your best foot forward while simultaneously setting a strong framework for potential litigation. We help you assemble your documents and forward them to your Servicer or Lender on our letterhead with a promise of Good Faith, backed-up by the implied threat of further action if necessary. 

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15 April 2020

KingCast Agrees with D.C. Attorney General Racine: Facebook is a Place of Public Accommodation... and First Amendment as Well.

The following excerpt is from Freedom Watch/Loomer  v. Google, Facebook et al. DC. Ct. App. No. 19-7030. The same and very similar arguments are present in my Appellate litigation in the 9th Circuit as well. It will be fascinating to watch how both Courts handle it. Attorney Klayman is not too keen on supporting what I do in this case or in another case of mine that parallels one of his (Loomer v. Rashida Harbi Tlaib for abusing the Press) but that's OK. I'll discuss all of this in my documentary later. Anyway read up folks:

The principle that general statutory language reaches new and unexpected technologies applies with special force to the DCHRA. The DCHRA was specifically “intended to ‘provide a regulation of sufficient scope and flexibility to be responsive to future needs for the protection of civil and human rights,’ since ‘there may be contexts and reasons for discrimination tomorrow that we do not anticipate today.’” Jackson, 999 A.2d at 120 (quoting legislative history). Thus, the mere fact that websites and digital platforms were an unanticipated context for discrimination in 1977 is of no moment, provided that they fall within the statutory text. Many plainly do. 

 2. The statutory text encompasses internet-based entities and digital platforms today. 

 Because the term “place of public accommodation” in the DCHRA has never been limited to physical locations, it embraces websites, internet-based entities, and digital platforms that otherwise meet the statutory definition. Granted, the list of statutory examples does not specifically mention websites, the internet, or digital platforms. See Op. 11 (JA 206) (“Not one of these examples is an online or virtual platform.”). But that is both unsurprising and immaterial. Unsurprising, because no one had ever heard of these technologies when the DCHRA was enacted in 1977. Immaterial, because a statute’s reach is not limited to the applications its drafters anticipated. “While every statute’s meaning is fixed at the time of enactment, new applications may arise in light of changes in the world.” Wis. Cent. Ltd. v. United States, 138 S. Ct. 2067, 2074 (2018). 

The case was fully brief earlier this month and we will await the Court's Decision this summer but one thing is clear folks: The days of ultimate autonomy of Facebook are drawing to a close one way or another. And well they should. You can't create the World's largest speech platform in history then go around censoring people who don't even violate your own rules. That is called Substantive and Procedural Unconscionability, and this the basis of my Appeal.

Ciao.

06 April 2020

KingCast Grimaces in Shock as Walmart Ignores $185K Mediator Award for Racism Against Black Hair Care Vendor.




Walmart Walks Out on $185K Mediation Recommendation on Racism Case

In Honor of Madame CJ Walker. See generally LeBron James' Warner Brothers four-episode Netflix biopic "Self-Made."

They are hailed as the Black Brady Bunch.  He’s a veteran police officer who ran for Sheriff. She’s the entrepreneur and brainchild of Hair911, selling quality human hair kits to Walmart. They were rejected in the program they wanted to be in, so they had to go store to store and built up to 80 stores despite being constantly subjected to accusations of falsified invoicing.
This lasted for a year and-a-half as they complained to Walmart and proved up their invoicing.

Then when they got to a new store in Alabama the Manager had no time to meet with them and put them off onto an assistant.

Two days later they received a string of hateful, racist emails.  They filed a Complaint about this and two days later they inquired about them and engaged in Protected Activity of Complaining about racism. Shortly thereafter Walmart terminated their contract without notifying them of the results of the so-called investigation. The police said they conducted an investigation but it is unknown whether they subpoenaed any relevant phone records of Walmart employees or the carrier Bandwidth.com.

Walmart and their lawyers then selected a professional mediator with ten years’ experience on the bench. They said they were coming in Good Faith. Then when the mediator recommended that Walmart pay Hair911 $185,000.00 they completely ghosted, taunting the family and daring them to file suit. Trust me, they will soon file suit.
We have crafted this video using actual mediation audio that is lawful in Georgia, and formal litigation is forthcoming. I have known this case for months now as I helped prepare it so that the victims could obtain Counsel.  The Parties and Counsel in the Hearing:

Daryll and Lisa Triplett/Hair911 -- Plaintiffs

Hon. J. Antonio DelCampo  -- Former Judge and Mediator

Michael Hoffer -- Counsel for Plaintiff

Robyn Oliver Webb – Counsel for Plaintiff

Robert Williams – Walmart in-house Counsel

Richard Valladares – Walmart Counsel

Hair911 v. Walmart -- $185K Mediator Recommendation on Racism IGNORED by Walmart. by Christopher King on Scribd