15 November 2008

Guy Montag and KingCast stop by to say hello.

So many people would love to burn this blawg right on down, but guess what? It's Constitutionally protected, and no other media entity has done more to illuminate the salient issues pertaining to NH LE. And with that, I'm back to work on other issues, and waiting for Oral argument on Grafton County 08-E-192. Let's see what happens, and what principled legal rulings the Court issues in this matter.

Plus, guess what again: As you long-term readers like Quiet Man will recall, I will impart upon you what Evan Schaeffer told me inasmuch that if you don't like what I do, "get your own blawg."

PS: Retired JAG Attorney Bill Christy - whatever his real name is - yelled at me for not divulging that Gregory W. Floyd should have turned in a Glock 23 last summer, pursuant to court Order after his conviction for criminal threats against AJ Boisvert. In so doing he implied that I was withholding information that would shade public perception about this multiple felon in a better light.

In reality, the information would have shaded public perception in a worse light, because my research indicates that this weapon was recently acquired, as it was not on the orginal inventory list you can read here at section II.

This in addition to the complete lack of information as to the disposition of Floyd's request for return of property (i.e. GUNS) from ten years ago in a previous criminal conviction for assault on a police officer. Read the docket sheet. Tell me this guy's not protected; ordinary folks with backgrounds like Floyd's would be doing some hard time, yah.

28 comments:

Christopher King said...

Of course when Evan didn't like the comments people were leaving he made people register to make comments, but except for a week long period when I was drafting the first lawsuit this blawg has remained open for anyone to comment as they see fit.

The reason I do this is because I'm busy watching the psychological profiles of people who show up here to discuss anything and everything but the issues at hand.

Having done so, and having moved on to new opportunities I find that Fahrenheit 451 really sums up what is going on here. For more about disappearing reading materials, read the next paragraph.

PS: You know when you've got real power?

When you're fired Jaffrey Police Chief Martin Dunn, who has had almost all references to him being FIRED removed from the Internet. Same thing with his idiot Prosecutor Bill Albrecht, nothing anymore about him and the ethics investigation that precipitated his hasty retreat from office when he was a Republican shoe-in for re-election.

Life it is indeed interesting.

And the conditions that precipitated the deaths of Liko Kenney and Bruce McKay are still ready and present in New Hampshire LE but it sure is interesting documenting them and holding the up to public inspection.

It will be interesting to see if the Court breaks with the tradition set forth in Kidd v. Department of Justice, 362 F.Supp.2d 291 D.D.C. (2005) to determine that communications to and from NH statesmen are not public record.

And of course we need to know whether it is lawful for the NH LE to hide whether an officer really fired his weapon before he died or not.

Because if he didn't, then Kelly's whole "investigation" of what really happened on 5/11 is a complete farce.

-The KingCaster.

Anonymous said...

Because he wasn't fired, the action was recinded. He resigned and there isn't any further information about what happened and that pisses you off. He came to NH from NJ where he was a well respected police officer. from what i understand he is currently a well respected professor at a NH college.

christopher king said...
"The reason I do this is because I'm busy watching the psychological profiles of people who show up here to discuss anything and everything but the issues at hand."


What is the psycological profile of a man who betrays peoples trust, who never verifies any information before disseminating it across the Internet as FACT, and thats only the tip of the iceberg ?

Christopher King said...

5:30

Dude he was every bit fired and Former NH AG John P. Arnold affirmed it.

Otherwise he would have come after me for saying so, you idiot.

As to psychological profiles, you need to check your own, Mr. every-which-way the wind blows.

And when you're finished with THAT, consider the psychological profile of a cop who laughs at the prospect of somebody being gang-raped in Prison, as noted by the official transcript and here is the "funny letter" about "vaseline" and "being bubba's b*tch."

The failed prosecution of Aaron Deboisbriand, wasting taxpayer monies with Kelly Ayotte, that's just the bonus round, fool.

It's listed here.

Here's Kelly's happy-assed press release the preceded their loss, which Aaron's father informed me of immediately after the Jury came back. He and I emailed each other during that heinous period of police prosecution in NH, yah.

See, Kelly and Marty like to indict people, but in reality they lose when they do it out of spite and ignorance, too blind to see the Truth because the red mist has risen up before their eyes.

You have that and many other problems as well, Bill.

You have been schooled.

Again.

Anonymous said...

People make jokes about what happens in prison all the time. Are you going question the sanity of 9/10 of the population. But knowing it would be your narrow black butt would make the punchline so much funnier.

Whether he was fired or not, he left the chief's job and is still successful, there is where you have the problem, you are an utter failure, and he continues living life large. Your argument about him suing you, maybe he doesn't even consider you worth suing. Once again he has gone on and continued his career, you have gone on and continued to get fired from mediocre jobs. Like Bill said you are not worth suing you have nothing and never will have anything.

Christopher King said...

6:09

Yah, it's cool for a cop in a Deposition to laugh about those kinds of things.

Other things you and Marty find funny:

*spousal abuse.
*smashing puppies with tire irons.
*infanticide.

Interesting you spend so much time addressing someone like me, then, isn't it.

Chief Dunn may have been a good cop in some instances, I don't know and I really don't care.

The fact of the matter is, in NH he couldn't bust a grape on any case he touched. He was a complete and utter failure.

********

As to me, I have everything in the World. I have changed First Amendment law and policy in NH.

I am about to help change landlord-tenant policy in Mass with Senator Bruce Tarr.

I have got bad LE busted and found liable for making my client a victim of violent crime, Michael Isreal v. Hensley and Rhodes, V1996-61481.

I have won Jerry Doyle the right to speak to Columbus City Council.

I have my friends, I have my integrity, I have the ability to raise questions about LE in NH and I have a great job and great opportunities that will again bring me the material things in life that you seem to care so much about.

And with that, I'm off to put a deposit on another BMW, either a boxy E30 or an E28 like this, you know, with the CIVL RTS plates, as opposed to Bruce McKay's GOTCHA plates. I like the older, boxy Bimmers. Love 'em.

Have a nice day, you blowhard :)

-The KingCaster.

Christopher King said...

As I know you care so much about material things, here's the likely candidate, a nice clean, rust free '87 325e, racing exhaust, chipped and ready for a set of sport recaros.

I prefer the smaller-bumper cars of '89-91 but this one's a runner, and rust free.

Hey Quiet Man, I can drive it down to the tailor so I won't have to wear my Polo suits off the rack anymore, you stupid douchebag.

Maybe later I can give it a stroker engine like this beast, check out the 0-240 km/h run willya.

It's All Good.

-The KingCaster.

Christopher King said...

PS:

Forgot to say, you can feel free to ramble in here all friggin' day if you like, as Bill usually does.

I have work to do, for a good corporate citizen.

They do exist, and I am thankful for the opportunity, doesn't matter if I work on weekends at times.

-The KingCaster.

Anonymous said...

But it was cool for you to insinuate the same sexual act when you blogged about the NAACP bending you over and stuffin' it up your posterior.

Floyd's which Floyd specifically?
Are you stating in you blog that Gregory W. Floyd is the owner of Glock 23?
Are you stating that Michelle Floyd owns the Glock 23 ?

Funny what I see is you projecting your own personal psychological profile on everyone else.

Martin Dunn, Kelley Ayotte and all the other people you have made derogatory comments about aren't the ones who have the problems you claim they do. These problems you project are all your own personal problems.

I can't believe you think you are even close to being in the same league as Johnny Cochran.

Anonymous said...

Funny Jaffery PD history sees it different about Martin Dunn.

Chief Dunn expanded efforts to improve technology within the department. Mobile computers were installed in all cruisers allowing officers to instantly access criminal records, along with portable cell phones they could take with them on calls for service. A four-wheel drive vehicle was acquired to assist with responding to calls during winter weather challenges. That vehicle was also adapted for use as a mobile command center. A new telephone / radio recording device, in house video recording system and computers were also acquired.

In September 2003 the Jaffrey Police Department hosted its first Citizen's Police Academy. This consisted of 10 citizens who attended an 11 week program involving classes on patrol tactics, DWI recognition, evidence recovery and processing, criminal procedures, handcuffing and defensive tactics, demonstrations by NH State Police K9 and SWAT Units and a tour to the Cheshire County House of Corrections, as well as other areas of training. This was hopefully the first of many in what turned out to be a very successful program geared towards bridging the gap between police and citizens. This program was established and organized by Sgt. Feyrer.

Officers received new service weapons and bullet proof vests in 2004, replacing guns that were more than 15 years old and vests that had questionable reliability. All officers were issued personal safety equipment and provided with additional firearms proficiency training. Chief Dunn's participatory style of management maximized the departments potential to improve through encouraging employee satisfaction and including them in the decision making process.

Career development was also a focus of Chief Dunn as a means of expanding officers' performance capabilities and job satisfaction. Officers received additional opportunities for advanced training offered through sources beyond the state of New Hampshire.

Chief Dunn acquired more than $80,000.00 in grant funding during the year. Much of it was used to replace aging equipment in police cruisers and further advance technological capabilities, while minimizing the tax burden on Jaffrey residents. New state of the art RADAR units and light bars were installed in all cruisers. Cruisers were also equipped with the Project 54 technology allowing officers to activate police equipment in the cruisers by voice, thus enhancing officer safety. The mobile data terminals in the cruisers were also upgraded with new computers.

A mobile speed trailer was also acquired through grant funds as a means of increasing highway safety in Jaffrey. Having this instrument allowed officers to alert large numbers of motorists of the speeds their vehicles were traveling so they could adjust them when necessary.

Today's Jaffrey Police Department has evolved into a department proud of being a vital part of the community, embracing proactive rather than reactive policies. The department is active in youth programs, foot and bicycle patrols, interaction with other civic groups, and traditional law enforcement. The department has conducted many investigations into major criminal cases. The department is known as one of the best in New Hampshire and counts among its ranks officers who regularly teach at the New Hampshire Police Academy, Franklin Pierce College, and are leaders in the fields of investigation of child abuse, domestic violence, youth aid, drug crimes, school violence, and other areas.


BTW I believe the town manager in question also left Jaffrey about the same time.

Christopher King said...

11:28

It wasn't cool when the NAACP lied under Oath, either, stupid. They and Marty both lied under Oath.

As to the glowing report you found about Chief Dunn, you can't change history, and the FACT is that is has been CONFIRMED that the town tried to pay Dunn twice to go away, then fired him, and it was affirmed by Judge John P. Arnold, former NH AG. Then later they gave him some money to go away, it was to avoid the costs of litigation, it was no "severance package."

If you're trying to imply negative things about Jon Sistare, then say so and show some proof, or shut your pie hole. Everyone knows Dunn was fired even though he got it erased from the Interent, he can't get it erased from here and I LOVE THAT FACT, muuuuaaaahhhhhh....

The FACT remains that almost every case Dunn touched turned to poop. Aaron Deboisbriand and me are just two examples.

As to whether Minister Donnel Muhamad's videotaped opinion that I was the Johnny Cochran of Columbus, you are free to disagree, I don't give a rat's ass what you think.

As to Floyd, I have already showed that a reasonable person could find that he exercised control and dominion over the Glock 23.

Here's some history for you.

Commonwealth Firearm Identification Cards
Gregory W. Floyd
Place of Birth: Germany
Date of issue: February 23, 1987
Height 6'1"
Weight 190
Eyes Green
Hair Blonde

Michelle M. Floyd
Place of Birth: Boston, MA
Date of issue: February 23, 1987
Height 5'7"
Weight 210
Eyes Blue
Hair Brown

Guns reported in 1987 inventory:
Glock 19
Merwin Hulbert Colt 32
Ruger Mini 14 Rifle
Unknown 6.5 Cal Military rifle
Ithica Deerslayer 12ga.
San Marco 50 Cal. rifle
Ruger Super Black Hawk 44 Magnum

Gun Gregory Floyd said was at his compound in 5/11 "investigation":
Glock 23

Interesting, wonder when they got that one. Also wonder whether or not or when they got the first set of guns back. I would appreciate the ATF having an answer for that question, as the Grafton County Superior Court has not a clue. Or at least the records, or lack thereof, would lead one to such conclusion.

Anonymous said...

I was talking about your own personal reference to anal sex that YOU published in YOUR blog. YOU made the reference, without a moments hesitation. When someone else says it, you act all appalled, like you are so pure and innocent.

We all know Gregory W. Floyd had FID cards. Possessing an FID card doesn't imply ownership of any guns.

You still refuse to answer a DIRECT questions !

Who owns the GLOCK 23 in question ?

Who was the gun sold to and who is the gun registered to?

Do you have ANY proof to the contrary stating Michelle Floyd is not allowed to own firearms ?

Why is that so difficiult for you to answer, I think it's because you know damn well the guns are registered to Michelle Floyd.
She has NOT been convicted of any crimes that forbid her from owning any firearms.

Jaffrey statistics (REAL FACTS) are posted in their website for everyone to see how effective Martin Dunn was while he was Chief.

LIARS DON"T FIGURE AND FIGURES DON'T LIE, to bad that's a concept you can't grasp.

Everyone knows suing you will result in nothing, not because anyone would lose, you have no assets. Furthermore you would suck as house staff you couldn't even keep a job as a waiter, remember.


You are the one who compared yourself to Johnny Cochran, you can't even admit that.

You are the only one who stretches for these conclusions, if ATF thought there was anything amiss they would have been all over this case already.

Your Internet persecution of people, without any evidence (not YOUR personal hunch) is nothing less than the lynchings the KKK did to African Americans.

BTW 4 bullets recovered from Cpl. N. Bruce McKay's body matched bullets test fired from Liko Kenney's gun. NHME ruled Cpl McKay died of multiple gunshot wounds. The video shows Liko Kenney firing the weapon, those are the facts. All the rest of the crap you have been spewing is IRRELEVANT.

Christopher King said...

You are delusional. I spoke about anal sex on this blawg? Then post the entire conversation. Me calling you an ass does not equate to anal sex. Oh, wait.... so I guess the anal sex bit goes along with the "c-word" that I allegedly wrote that you haven't produced.

And all of that stuff that I "spew" is the same stuff that you and I agreed on when I edited and posted "Try Gregory Floyd for Murder."

And Chief Dunn and Bill Albrecht were both run right the hell out of town, what did you not read the damn Concord Monitor Story? Here it is again, bubba read the last two columns.

If I wanted to I could go into the hard copy archives on microfiche and pull up the Dunn stories, they are also in storage but it isn't that damn important to prove anything to you.

Bill:

Seek psychological help.

Now.

Anonymous said...

Dude, YOU are Bill... and it's getting tedious. Stick with REAL stuff, not delusional stuff, Chris, and you will keep your readers.

We all know that "Bill" is one of your "three faces of...". It's nice that you have a friend, but, well, you need that psychological help, dude.

Christopher King said...

Say what?

Now I'm supposed to be Bill, too?

Enough of the nonsense.

There's more good law at the tail end of the comments to this post.

So many are ready to criticize.

So few are ready to provide any substantive case law of any sort.

Anonymous said...

This is my first post in this comment section.....I haven't made any of the others:
From a reliable news source:
Jaffrey turmoil seen as preparation for Salem
By JIM DEVINE
Union Leader Correspondent
Friday, Jul. 6, 2007

When Lt. Col. Jonathan Sistare completes his tour of duty in Iraq and takes over as Salem town manager this fall, the Jaffrey town manager will leave behind a long-standing political battle between himself and former Jaffrey police chief Martin Dunn.

After a four-week suspension and a reinstatement, Dunn had argued in 2006 that the work environment under Sistare deteriorated to the point where he went on medical leave and was eventually fired when he couldn't return to work.

Dunn's criticism of Sistare grew when municipal e-mails to another town employee from Sistare surfaced with references to Dunn as "Nitwit" as a forwarded joke to other employees from Sistare that made fun of Jews, Muslims, vegetarians and gays.

A settlement was reached in May this year awarding $100,000 in workman's compensation and personal injury payments to Dunn while changing his firing to a resignation. Neither Dunn nor the town admitted to any wrongdoing in the settlement.

Sistare declined to comment on Dunn's termination.

Anonymous said...

INTEGRITY:
Steadfast adherence to a strict moral or ethical code; The state of being wholesome; unimpaired; The quality or condition of being complete; pure

moral soundness, honesty, virtue,

Adherence to a code of values; utter sincerity, honesty, candor; completeness

Anonymous said...

Christopher King said...
"You are delusional. I spoke about anal sex on this blawg? Then post the entire conversation. Me calling you an ass does not equate to anal sex."

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2006/03/claire-holston-naacp-gatekeeper-ass.html

15 March 2006
Claire Holston, NAACP gatekeeper; ass-bleeder?
Anybody got a picture of Claire so I can add her next to these cops who sodomized Abner Louima with a plunger?

Note: Parody. Claire Holston did not literally sodomize me. It just feels that way and probably looks that way to a jury.


http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2006/07/kingcast-notes-naacp-is-bound-to-fuck.html


Like I said:
"But it was cool for you to insinuate the same sexual act when you blogged about the NAACP bending you over and stuffin' it up your posterior."

Christopher King said...

Yep:

You should ask Kelly about it.

Meanwhile:

Here's a letter from non-profit business partner and respected educator Chris Hookway, 2005. We had to stop this program after the bogus case against me was instigated by Kelly Ayotte and her minions.

Excerpt:

"I have eaten with, spoken with, worked with, socialized with and argued politics with him. As a matter of fact, I’ve even let him near my kids! I was, and remain convinced to this day, that he is of quite sound mind. It is this trial that's crazy.....Chris may be guilty of many things: including non-stop questioning of and challenging the establishment, being one of the most dogged people I have ever met in pursuing an ideal...

My family and I have always found him to be an honest, hard working, warm, caring and sincere human being.... Chris’ big mistake was believing that he could make a difference in this whitest of states in our land of equality and "justice for all."


"KEY POINTS
BACKGROUND: The Nashua Board of Education, under threat of a lawsuit, has reversed its previous policy of not allowing members of the public to comment on school personnel during the public comment section of its meetings.

CONCLUSION: The school board has done the right thing and this should be a first step in reframing how the board deals with the public."

Email from Lawrence mother Izzy Figueroa in a First Amendment battle over her daughter's dress code, 2008.

"First and foremost I want to say THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH! You are an angel. I feel it is very important for everyone to know what an impact you have made in our community by empowering parents such as myself to speak up.

We went to the meeting tonight. I have to say a whole different atmosphere and attitude. I even got a hypocritical apology from Superintendent Laboy but an apology nonetheless I feel my daughter needed to hear."

Christopher King said...

4:35

As I said, there was nothing funny about it.

That's where your little mind has a disconnect.

I was complaining about it, not making a JOKE about it, like Marty.

Let me repeat what I said earlier you schmuck:

6:09

Yah, it's cool for a cop in a Deposition to laugh about those kinds of things.

Other things you and Marty find funny:

*spousal abuse.
*smashing puppies with tire irons.
*infanticide.

Christopher King said...

And of course the larger issue, for those who bother to read the links, is that the NAACP had me doing all kinds of personal favors for them, and investigating titty bars, but when come time to investigate those cops who put the three guns to Willie Toney's head and gave him a visual body cavity search for LOITERING (he beat the case without a lawyer) they fell down.

You newbies read the titty bar email.

Muuuaaahhhh.....

Moral of the story:

Save. Your. Emails.

You never know when an Internet tool will try to get things twisted.

Anonymous said...

Christopher King said...
4:35

As I said, there was nothing funny about it.

That's where your little mind has a disconnect.

I was complaining about it, not making a JOKE about it, like Marty.





http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2006/03/claire-holston-naacp-gatekeeper-ass.html

15 March 2006
Claire Holston, NAACP gatekeeper; ass-bleeder?
Anybody got a picture of Claire so I can add her next to these cops who sodomized Abner Louima with a plunger?

Note: Parody. Claire Holston did not literally sodomize me. It just feels that way and probably looks that way to a jury.

FACT:
You know I'll be damned if I see anywhere that you used the words "wasn't funny" in the whole blog story I referenced above.

Anonymous said...

Try to flip the focus all you want, the FACT remains you did make light of sodomy your own blogs.
Just as you bragged about having sex with your boss because you were her subordinate.

Anonymous said...

"Try to flip the focus" ???
If THAT isn't the pot calling the kettle black !

KingCast, it's obvious the status quo is worried because you've got them by the balls, and I for one, want you to SQUEEZE HARD !

Christopher King said...

5:41 and 5:46

We've gone a bit astray from the Franconia discussion, haven't we?

But since you bring it up, I never "bragged" about the situation with the female superior, I SUED THE COMPANY in part because of the misrepresentation they were insinuating that she was afraid, when in fact I proved, with other witnesses, that she had a history of showing her clit vibrator to people and in general being a freakazoid.

Now then, as to whether or not I specifically said "this is not funny" with respect to the NAACP and Dunn LYING UNDER OATH (that you ignored), here is the full text of the blawg post, you stupid jackass:

"15 March 2006
Claire Holston, NAACP gatekeeper; ass-bleeder?

Click to expand this case summary for newbies. According to the sworn testimony of Nashua NAACP Defendant Gloria Timmons, Nashua Executive Committee member Claire Holston must have read this email and since I made it clear that Gloria was to read the "Memorandum/Contra" they all knew about my damn suspension issues, right? Anybody got a picture of Claire so I can add her next to these cops who sodomized Abner Louima with a plunger?

Note: Parody. Claire Holston did not literally sodomize me. It just feels that way and probably looks that way to a jury. We'll see. I think she should go join Gloria and Melanie and really think about how foul this situation really is, and her part in contributing to it.

PS: Nothing personal. In fact, I volunteered at Election 2004 through Claire and Citizen's Alliance. I even helped her out with her personal affairs; she had much more seniority in the Nashua NAACP than I.

Also, I wish I could ball like Claire, and she's a great coach. I've got no time for athletics now though, in part because of her (in)actions. I'm just setting the record straight, using Deposition testimony that Orr & Reno hate to have online, keeping it open as opposed to the way that WMUR -- controlled by NAACP's counsel -- conducts their affairs. As a member of the Fourth Estate I'm not down with any of that."


There's no need to say, "this isn't funny" because it's obvious it's not funny.

Door prizes are on the left, fool.

PS: Michelle Kenney called. Davey's Affidavit should be in hand by today.

Anonymous said...

At what point is someone's home residence considered a compound? Doesn't that mean its many acres of land? The word Compound has a connotation to it that cannot be applied to the Floyd's HOME.

Christopher King said...

8:42

Given Floyd's history his home may most certainly be considered a "Compound," with all of the connotations and denotations that the situations demands.

-The KingCaster.

Anonymous said...

"Given Floyd's history his home may most certainly be considered a "Compound," with all of the connotations and denotations that the situations demands."

What history is that? A misdemeanor from 10 years ago? A conviction about 25 years ago? You say you are/were a lawyer, yet you disregard the law on such matters. A compound how?

Isn't saying a house on a small parcel of land is a "COMPOUND" nothing more than to be inflamatory on your part?

Christopher King said...

You left out the guns spread all about the house, and the fact that we don't know what happened to them.

And you left out the criminal threats to his neighbor, AJ Boisvert from like, you know THIS FRIGGIN' YEAR.

Have a good night.

Work on that selective memory while you are at it.