Monday, November 17, 2008

KingCast presents: The signed affidavit of Davey Kenney.

It was faxed today at 1:50p EST and the original is on the way. You'll have to wait until I get to the scanner sometime tomorrow to see it. I told you so.

Related KingCast jams:
Smiling faces.... show no traces.... of the evil that lurks within.... smiling faces tell lies.... and I got proof......

Speaking of liars: NH AG Kelly Ayotte told me she didn't have this email from State Rep. Al Baldasaro. How not? Maybe she had a lil' bonfire with Bruce McKay out at his place? You remember that, when the Lisbon FD responded to a suspicious fire and Bruce refused to pay for the cost of coverage.....

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Amy Goodman, Democracy Now and KingCast see NH Senate women run strong, make majority in NH but liar Martha McLeod (and other bad apples) lose big.

Davey Kenney told me last night about this article. That fits well with my election day observation that she couldn't bust a grape, even amongs Dems. Now she's gotta face the music and Kidd v. Department of Justice, 362 F.Supp.2d 291 D.D.C. (2005) in KingCast v. McLeod, 08-E-192 for her failure to provide public emails and her history of deceit. Whether I win or lose, the word is out about her, and New Hampshire is better for the experience.
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But that's not all. Other deceitful NH Politicos got smoked last week too. HB1428 Supporter John Tholl ran a last-minute campaign on DUI, but everyone knows he espouses police abuse because he let his boy Fleming rough up Diane Lyon, look at her arm. Here's the first time I mentioned the case.

And Coos County (Coos means crooked in Native American tongue) Attorney Keith Cloutare lost to Democrat Robert Mekeel. One KingCast correspondent sent a news story that read:
"Nine Coos police chiefs and the Coos Sheriff had endorsed his reelection. But in the end, Clouatre said the strong Democrat turnout made it a tough election for Republicans."

Nah, dawg, maybe it was a plea for integrity that carried the Day. Read the email to me from Diane Lyon in the comments and remember Cloutare's pathetic performance in the DWI vehicular homicide trial of Emily Ridley, whose driving killed Brandon Newton. Now Brandon Newton's family will have no justice or closure because Cloutare didn't ask for a continuance when Sgt. Todd Cohen, an accident reconstruction specialist failed to appear. I believe Ridley had been convicted on prior occasion so the state's case had some merit. This is all that's left of Lorna Colquhoun's Union Leader story.
"Becky Newton wishes the jury had had the opportunity to hear testimony from the state police sergeant in charge of the accident reconstruction team that investigated her son's death last year."

You know Sgt. Cohen: He's the one that ran over the Clements -- two innocent bicyclists -- without reprimand or any sanction as noted in this post.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

More emails from failed NH Senate hopeful Martha McLeod prove she is a complete asshat.

Rep. McLeod threatened a constituent with charges of harassment because she didn’t want to be listed as the Representative for Franconia on a local community website or receive emails that were being distributed to members of an opt-in mailing list. She had originally asked to be placed on the opt-in list. Rep. McLeod is interested in hearing from constituents that agree with her but threatens a criminal investigation if one disagrees with her position.

(Text of email from Rep. Mcleod)

From: McLeod, Martha
To: info@gofranconia.com
Cc: Gallus, John ; rburton@nh.gov
Sent: Friday, March 16, 2007 5:43 PM
Subject: Consider this notice

Mr. Johnson,

Please remove me from your email list and your website. Your website is an unreliable source of information for the public. It is a well known fact in the community that the information posted there and sent out has most certainly been tampered with to achieve the results you and others are looking for and to harass public officials, including me.

Do not contact me again. If you continue to harass me I will notify NH House Security and the NH State Police and ask them to investigate.

Rep Martha McLeod

10:02 AM

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Obama, King win big in NH, deceitful Dem Martha McLeod properly comes up as Big Loser in Senate race.

Absolutely unbelievable is the only way to describe the evenings events, and no one understood the gravity of the situation more than President-elect Barack Obama: “I couldn’t have done it without the support of KingCast,” said a tearful and introspective Obama.
“I owe it all to Christopher King. That guy really rocked in KingCast v. Ayotte and he’s set to really define a new paradigm of open government in KingCast v. McLeod..... And as King used rhetorical advocacy reminiscent of his namesake and foreshadowed in his oral argument nearly a year ago before Judge Vaughn, people were indeed taking notice of me and my pledge of change and open government.

Next I will see to it that the New Hampshire School Board Association (NHSBA) changes its position on restrictive speech in the public schools, and that Vice President Biden oversees the prosecution of Gregory W. Floyd for being an habitual 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) violator – as he promised to Mr. King and thousands of others from his Nashua town hall meeting.”
President-elect Obama smiled as he continued:
“The people of New Hampshire have spoken, the people of America have spoken, and the World will become a much better place for it.”
Reached for comment at his new office, King said
“I’m thrilled to see a New Day in America. We've got Good Law to beat Kelly and we've got Good Law to beat Martha. Barack did what he had to do and I did what I had to do.”
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Meanwhile, Martha McLeod was seen sniveling at her loss to Republican John Gallus, forever an outcast in her own town of Franconia, owing to her history of deceitful actions as she helped Republican NH AG Kelly Ayotte try to whitewash America about the Truth of Bruce McKay’s tenure as a "classic rogue bully hiding behind his badge" in Franconia. His peers said that.

The Union Leader agrees with the KingCast postion, on Mcleod, as noted in the comments. All those Dems winning across the country and that bird couldn't even bust a grape. She lost, but she actually had a fighting chance were it not for her general sense of idiocy and self-righteousness in forwarding properly-failed HB 1428 Bruce McKay Highway.

I look forward to seeing Miss Martha and hubby in court in a few weeks pursuant to Kidd v. Department of Justice, 362 F.Supp.2d 291 D.D.C. (2005).

Saturday, November 1, 2008

KingCast presents Kidd v. Department of Justice, 362 F.Supp.2d 291 D.D.C. (2005); rests his case against email hider and State Rep. Martha McLeod.

Respondents surely acknowledge that electronic mails (emails) are documents just like any other communication, per HB 1408 (read below) and they admit that FOIA governs this matter (see Respondents' Motion to Dismiss at p__). Therefore, Respondents' arguments that individual Representatives are not subject to FOIA is incorrect and Petitioner is entitled to the requested emails with appropriate redaction under Kidd v. Department of Justice 362 F.Supp.2d 291 D.D.C.,2005.

[13] Headnote Citing References The second and third documents for which Kidd seeks to compel full disclosure are two constituent letters written by third parties to then-Senator Strom Thurmond and Congresswoman Ellen Tauscher regarding the “We the People Foundation.” Def.'s Mot. at 18. The agency released both letters to Kidd, redacting only the names and home addresses of the letter writers. Id. DOJ argues that it withheld the names and addresses of the constituents because “[w]hen communicating with their Senator or Congressperson, these individuals did not expect that their names or home addresses would be subject to public scrutiny.” Id. at 19. Providing personal identifying information commonly found in constituent letters does not advance the purposes of FOIA and, as such, may be withheld from FOIA requests.

We're done here. Game over Martha, insert coin.

91-A:1-a Definitions. In this chapter:

III. “Governmental records” means any information created, accepted, or obtained by, or on behalf of, any public body, or a quorum or majority thereof, or any public agency in furtherance of its official function. Without limiting the foregoing, the term “governmental records” includes any written communication or other information, whether in paper, electronic, or other physical form, received by a quorum or majority of a public body in furtherance of its official function, whether at a meeting or outside a meeting of the body. The term “governmental records” shall also include the term “public records.”

.....Respondents attempted to pull the wool over the Court's eyes by focusing on the "quorum" but the cold hard truth is that the legislature had better be a "public body" or the future of this Democracy (or Republic, however you view it) is severely imperiled. Has privatization gone that far? Thus, the emails "accepted, or obtained by, or on behalf" of a State Representative are part of the public body and Respondents ought be sanctioned for arguing otherwise.

Respectfully submitted, The KingCaster.

Friday, October 31, 2008

Boo!

Dear Senator Leahy:

I admire your career and work on the 2007 Open Government Act and hope that its detractors will stop stonewalling. Has the Secret Senator who placed it on hold been identified? What is the current status?

Update: Found.

Next door to you in New Hampshire we face an issue of first impression:


Are the emails to and from an individual state representative subject to FOIA if that legislator is not in a quorum setting, but if said emails are:

a) made using State time and resources on her state email address.
b) made on her private email address but addressing a public issue.

Obviously the legislatures did not enact FOIA laws so that State Legislators could hide their work on these matters on private emails, then provide the taxpayers a gussied-up version in Committee.

You see, most of the citizens of North Country are appalled at State Representative Martha McLeod for her actions after the tragic double homicide in Franconia involving Liko Kenney, Bruce McKay and multiple-felon Gregory W. Floyd. For more on Floyd, read the ATF/Sullivan post. Representative McLeod -- now running for State Senator -- tried to sneak failed HB 1428 Bruce McKay Highway past her constituents and the Franconia Recovery and Reconciliation Committee as noted in KingCast v. McLeod et al., Grafton County 08-E-192.

The essence of this portion of the case boils down to the position of Colorado legislators and Courts, and of KingCast and of Knox County Law Director John Owings and Chief Deputy Law Director Mary Ann Stackhouse (Political Knoxville story) that such emails are subject to FOIA, versus the State of New Hampshire, which is vigorously trying to shield all of that. I have produced the relevant quotes in the comments section for your review and will telephone your office shortly.

Best regards, Christopher King, J.D.

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Ethics and split hairs guide the KingCast v. Martha McLeod email issue.

Every lawyer knows that they have an ethical obligation to address adverse law and opinions when they file a brief or Motion, particularly if they are already on actual notice that the adverse law is going to be argued. But none of the lawyers for Respondents even mentioned the adverse law clearly cited in Petitioner KingCast's Complaint, as noted this morning in the Kwame Kilpatrick/Martha McLeod post.

To wit: Respondents argue that the individual legislators are only part of a "public body" and so they don't have to produce any emails because RSA 91-A deals only with "public bodies." They then cite United we Stand America, Inc. v. IRS, 359 F.3d 595 (D.C. Cir. 2004) and Banks v. Lappin, 539 F.Supp.2d 228 (D.D.C. 2008) in support.

The problem is, Petitioner had already noted in Tennessee that other lawmakers view things differently under virtually the same exact wording. Emails to one individual commissioner, clearly not sitting in a quorum situation, are subject to the Act, period. A copy of the County Attorney's opinion, and of other applicable law will be provided to the Court prior to Oral argument. Here's the Political Knoxville story:

"Law Director John Owings and Chief Deputy Law Director Mary Ann Stackhouse cited Tennessee Code Annotated 10-7-301(6) in offering that opinion, which defined public records as all documents, papers, letters, electronic data files, and similar material “made or received pursuant to law or ordinance or in connection with the transaction of official business by any governmental agency."

When asked if that included a constituent’s letters or emails to a commissioner, Owings replied, “If it is in connection with the transaction of official business, then the answer is yes.”

Owings also stated that, in the case of email, it wouldn’t matter if such communication was sent to the commissioner’s government account or to any private account the commissioner has.

“If [an email] relates to the transaction of official business, it wouldn’t matter if it were sent to an official Knox County account or a private account. It would be public record, in my estimation,” Owings said.

Turns out the Mayor was sanctioned for shady expenditures.

So regardless of what anybody has to say good, bad or indifferent about Martha McLeod, Kelly Ayotte, Christopher King, or KingCast, we are going to split hairs, and there will be an adjudication of this issue, which must be heard before the Court and not dismissed outright. Contrary to Respondents' naked assertions, there most certainly is a colourable case here and the New Hampshire public has a right to see and hear a full adjudication on this. For another analysis again read the Colorado case in the comments.

KingCast Memorandum in Opposition to Respondents’ Motion to Dismiss part trois; McLeod and Kilpatrick, two peas in a pod.

Dear Representative McLeod: In case it was not already clear, I find you less than trustworthy in any measure and respectfully request per RSA 91-A that you forward me any and all emails to and from your private email account in which you discuss HB 1428 Bruce McKay highway with any non-family member constituents.

Dear Senator Gallus, take a look at this, willya?

Just a couple of corrupt and deceitful, lying government employees sucking the lifeblood out of the American Democratic process. Carefully review the case law in the beginning of the comments section, where the State tried to slip totally irrelevant law involving an ecstasy drug dealer into play in this case, only to get confronted by the cold, hard facts.

As to that dirtbag Kilpatrick the AP story in today’s Boston Globe read in pertinent part:
“At a time when this city needed transparency, accountability and responsibility, you exhibited hubris and privilege at the expense of the city,”

-Wayne County Circuit Judge David Groner, sentencing Kwame Kilpatrick to four (4) months of hard time in jail.

Note that Kilpatrick’s emails and text messages provided the backdrop for his downfall, and they were indeed released, as noted in the Huffington Post http://tinyurl.com/56n83g and, well, everywhere…… contrary to the cited law of Respondents at p.11 of their Memorandum in Support of Dismissal.

That case law is not even on point, however. First of all, the general principle was to “treat every email as if it were subject to disclosure,” as noted by the NH School Board Association webstie. Moving on to an analysis of the case law, then:

United States v. Forrester, 512 F.3d 500 (9 Cir. 2008) involved reasonable expectation of privacy in emails. Respondent wrote: (“persons have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the content of their emails”) but that case found that a criminal defendant in a drug case (ecstasy) has no reasonable expectation of privacy. Nor does a deceitful legislator. Here is the relevant headnote….(see comments for that and four (4) distinct sets of acts of material malfeasance and deceit by Respondent McLeod)....

Dear Attorney Frydman and State Representative Martha McLeod: It's after 1 July 2008, so give me the HB 1428 Bruce McKay Highway emails now.

Dear Counselor and Honorable Ms. McLeod:

In my Petition for Declaratory Judgment I noted that you all were charged with constructive knowledge that HB 1408 -- initiated before HB 1428 -- codified and ratified into RSA 91-A on 1 July 2008, compelled disclosure of all emails on public issues to and from the McLeod state email address.

You in turn, in your Motion to Dismiss, now claim that the applicable law of the case is that of the older RSA 91-A. While I still believe that version of the law compells disclosure, I'll ask you one more time: Please provide a copy of any and all emails to and from State Representative McLeod's public and private emails that concern the properly-failed HB 1428 Bruce McKay Highway. There. Now the Court will analyse this case under both versions should you refuse to provide the requested materials yet again. Now you as counsel have an ethical obligation to take that to your client, so she can now "see" my request, a fact that will become relevant in the next paragraph.

Furthermore, you all claim that Representative McLeod will swear that she never saw any of my requests for information, but that kind of logic is mere sophistry: If she provides the emails one can clearly see that she saw them. Not to mention the Certified U.S. Mail version I sent to her public office #7007 3020 0001 6051 6691 and to her private residence #0307 3330 0001 3502 8015 that she refused to accept. She cannot just absent herself from the Democratic process like that, with all due respect who in the hell does she think she is, counselor? I don't help pay her salary so that she can ignore emails, and it should not take a process server to give her hard copies of such emails. What you are doing, and what you are arguing, is patently absurd and if the Court lets you get away with it there is indeed no hope for New Hampshire in its entirety, much less North Country.

Have a nice day.
Very truly yours/Christopher King/KingCast.net

Friday, October 17, 2008

KingCast tells misguided Martha McLeod: if Sarah Palin gives up her emails so too will you, my friend. So too, will you.

I'm writing a Motion for Expedited hearing on the TRO issue because I don't want Defendant McLeod to claim she destroyed any of these records. I can't believe this pathetic example of a State Representative is actually going to waste taxpayer monies in defending her attempts to keep her emails about properly-failed HB 1428 Bruce McKay Highway hidden. Sorry Martha, as I told you in KingCast v. McLeod, Grafton 08-E-192 (original and as amended) and as noted by AGs from several states, you're gonna' give me those emails one way or another, as noted in today's MSNBC story.

A small victory: Copies of the requests themselves
Msnbc.com did receive from the governor's office copies of all the public records requests filed since she was inaugurated, and the replies from the governor's office. Palin took office in December 2006, after seeking office on a platform of clean and transparent government. [KingCast says, yah, get this:]

The price quotes reveal that Palin's office has repeatedly tried to charge different news organizations the cost to reconstruct the same e-mail accounts of the governor, her senior staff and other employees. Each time an e-mail is requested, the office quotes the same cost of $960.31 for 13 hours to recover and search each employee's e-mails.

NBC's price quote for e-mails sent to Todd Palin: $15 million.
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That cost figure is all absurd; the State of NH has already provided documents like these at a minimal cost in the Franconia investigation. Also note that Kelly is dealing with a similar request from me on various public records requests, most notably the requests for information on the criminal investigation of Louis A. Copponi on Laurie issues, oh, yah. It all goes to Kelly's troopergate problem with Carey Carlberg that's gonna' cost taxpayers an arseload of loot.

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

New Hampshire State Rep and Senate hopeful Martha McLeod is sued for hiding public emails.

The service of the lawsuit is here.
The lawsuit is here.

You can run from U.S. Mail but you cannot hide from KingCast and the Sheriff, Martha.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

KingCast observes Kelly Ayotte's buddy Martha McLeod's modus operandi: Threaten anyone you don't like with arrest and stalking.

Incredibly, She threatened Davey Kenney and me with stalking at Cannon Mountain this year, then backed down on Davey when he told her who he was. He will testify to that anytime and we will discuss it this weekend. Martha -- Kelly Ayotte's partner in coverup -- was served yesterday by the Merrimack Sheriff's office in KingCast v. McLeod 08-E-268. And true to form, now I see that Kevin from Franconia writes in to this post about Miss Martha ignoring her Certified Mail from me, and notes:

"I have gone toe-to-toe with McLeod on the Cannon Mt. private/public partnership issue for the past couple of years...in early correspondence with Rep. McLeod asking her for comments on material that I had written on my goFranconia.com web site, she responded to me with a nastygram email threatening to send the State Police after me for harassing her via email. I had sent her a total of three emails - two of which she had responded to without indicating that they were harassing in any way and the third asking her comment on a controversial issue that she wanted to avoid - so instead threatened me with the strong arm of the law. So much for wanting to hear from her electorate.

Kathleen Taylor and Rep. McLeod are two peas in a pod....."[snip] read comments.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

KingCast and Christopher King, J.D. face Martha McLeod and are NH Senate "Scatter vote" #1!

Take a look. Somewhere in there are a couple of votes for Yours Truly, but the larger point is the 58 votes for Republican John Gallus, in a Democratic Primary. In order to find out the exact number of my scatter votes I have to physically go to Concord. Next week, I'll do just that. Here is KingCast v. Martha McLeod et al, 08-E-192.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

NH State Rep and Senate Candidate Martha McLeod refuses U.S. Mail. Again.

In this post we watched her run from Certified Package #7007 3020 0001 6051 6691, so I sent it to her home address via Priority Mail, Delivery confirmation 348 Wells Road, Franconia, NH 03580-5157, #0307 3330 0001 3502 8015. She refused that as well; it came back yesterday. Small wonder she believes her emails are not a matter of public record, natch. She's a stupid and hateful Democrat.

On the other hand, yesterday's meeting with Senator Tarr went well and we're getting our sponsors together. Watch for a press release on Robert Taylor's Law later this month. He's a smart and caring Republican.

Saturday, August 30, 2008

Vote KingCast for Senate as RSA 91-A Right-to-Know Defendant Martha McLeod ignores her certified mail.

This is epic. Package #7007 3020 0001 6051 6691, attempted delivery on 7-5, 7-14, 7-21 came back to Boston on 29 August. We know she's likely around the State House because she's involved in a new election winding down and besides, what responsible State Rep ignores her mail for the better part of a month?

That's all right, I'll forward it to her home address of 348 Wells road, Franconia NH 03580-5157. And when the Merrimack Sheriff delivers a copy of the Complaint to her official address she can't ignore that, and that's when the fun starts.

PS: Remember to write in Christopher King for NH Senate if you are on the Democratic ticket vs. Martha McLeod (website). You can read my position on her refusal to turn over her emails on the failed HB 1428 Bruce McKay Highway in Grafton County 08-E-192.

Friday, August 15, 2008

KingCast v. Martha McLeod et al. Grafton 08-E-192 poses first NH Constitutional tests to RSA 611-B:21 and HB 4108.

Emails to a State Representative or Senator are allegedly not subject to FOIA and NH Right-to-Know? What a laughable proposition, oh, yah. So I'll effect service on the Defendants next week. I think my choice of process server is certain to unnerve a few people, but in a very constructive way. Someone said to me the other night, begging me to stop the litigation, "we're starting to heal...."

To which I say: "Yah, you're starting to heal in the sense that you can put lipstick and makeup on a battered spouse and heal those wounds right on up....."

KingCast v. McLeod, Franconia, Ayotte II
KingCast v. McLeod Injunction
KingCast proposed Injunction Order

Related posts:
* Why RSA 611-b:21 is Constitutionally overbroad; the public doesn't even know if Bruce McKay discharged his weapon, or if Floyd was lying about the number of times he fired McKay's gun.
* Speaking of who shot whom, don't forget that we don't even know if Anthony Jarvis was even armed but we do know he sure is dead, amidst a hail of what, like 22 bullets. And they aren't saying who shot the LE yet, either.
* Was it friendly fire, like that 1979 made-for-TV movie with Ned Beatty and Carol Burnett ("Your son was killed by friendly fire, ma'am....") or like the Concord credit union shooting at 4:30 a.m. where we know it was friendly fire because there was only LE involved (at least that we know of), even though they weren't invited to be there and the building wasn't even open to the public.
* Or was it like the walk-by shooting of Revere officer Daniel Talbot, in which Sgt. Michael Ervin fled the scene, left his service weapon unsecured and lied about everything, after he and everyone had been at least drinking behind the schoolyard bleachers at 1:30 a.m. This after an afternoon of drinking, mind you. Thank goodness they finally sacked him.

I have FOIA/RSA 91-A requests in on both of the NH cases, yah. I told some folks in Franconia very close to this tragedy that I'm not even seriously contemplating a book on this matter until the litigation is concluded and that could be years from now. I also told them I will call it "Letters to Kelly," and they approved with knowing smile.

KingCast: Just the facts. Just the law.

Monday, August 11, 2008

KingCast lawsuit rips all over Martha McLeod's "One week 500 names" with a coupla' hundred signatures against her "hero" Gregory W. Floyd.

Dear Martha:

I just read your plea for money.
Let me break it down for you, Sister:

First, the North Country has a lot of signatures about your "hero" Gregory W. Floyd, the previously (and since) convicted criminal threats offender to whom you and NH AG Kelly Ayotte "reached out." Not to mention the fact that he's a multiple felon. And as Sgt. Bret Beausoleil noted in his 1997 report, the considerations of the people are paramount.

Second, you should never be a State Senator, nor should you ever hold public office for anything unless or until you atone for your pattern of deceitful and disrespectful actions. I highlight them in the new litigation I'm filing tomorrow:

KingCast v. McLeod, Franconia, Ayotte II
KingCast v. McLeod Injunction
KingCast proposed Injunction Order

You ran from Davey Kenney and me and the Truth about Gregory W. Floyd at Cannon Mountain and you begrudgingly shook his hand when he introduced himself as Liko Kenney's father. Shame on you a thousand times.

You ignored the concerns of hundreds, if not thousands of people in North Country when you tried to railroad HB 1428 Bruce McKay Highway past them. You didn't even notify the Franconia Reconciliation and Recovery Committee about it.

You also ignored me a year ago -- almost to the day -- when I sent you this principled letter about Civilian Review Boards that could have helped you and Kelly Ayotte's other "hero" Norman Bruce Mckay, described by his peers at NH Fish and Game as a "Classic, rogue bully hiding behind his badge."

But thanks to honest people -- your constituents, other politicians and various media including This American Life, the voice of the people will indeed be heard.

And they will not be the last to inquire. Will you respond to them the same way you responded to me?

I'll see you and your legal representative in Court. Also, I see you want contributions, immediately. Be sure'n'let the people -- your constituents whom you have willfully ignored -- know how much of those contributions will go toward your legal fees. There's a Statute or two about that, you know.

And for Ira Glass and crew: You want a good slice of what people in the North Country are all about, I'll see to it that you get that. Coruway Film Institute and I already gave you a preview with Liko Kenney right here: They are smart, loyal and have on prior occasion gone the extra mile to respect Law Enforcement officers who respect them. What troubles them most right now is that they tried for years and years to get through to the town about Bruce Mckay but nothing ever happened. I'll bet that on one occasion, however, the town did try to issue a retroactive hiring freeze on Bruce by chopping the budget, but alas, that failed.

Related post: What the AG's of Florida, Wisconsin, Missouri AGs and Tennessee have to say.
Very Truly Yours,
Christopher King, J.D./KingCast.net

Thursday, August 7, 2008

KingCast final draft RSA 91-A lawsuits against Martha McLeod, Terie Norelli, Town of Franconia and NH AG Kelly Ayotte in the Spirit of Liko Kenney.

Life still begins at 150.

KingCast/AyotteII_Complaint@scribd.
http://www.scribd.com/doc/4595394/KingCastMcLeodF
KingCast/Martha_McLeod_Injunction@scribd.
http://www.scribd.com/doc/4595527/KingCastMcLeodInjF

I think I like this part the most:

......McLeod favors Bruce McKay and Gregory W. Floyd as heroes and she was responsible for keeping more than 150 community responses that were supposed to be posited upon the Respondent Selectmen from ever reaching the public eye. Note that her husband Rich McLeod is, naturally a Selectmen so that should raise all matter of ethical and conflict of interest concerns. Note further that next week, approximately 150 new signatures will be forwarded to the ATF and to Prosecutor Hilaire in favor of a search of his compound for missing weapons we know he owned, and to get Gregory W. Floyd indicted for unlawful Felony weapons possession under 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1).

The will of the public is important as Detective Bret Beausoleil noted in his 1997 report when he lamented that he couldn’t get Floyd convicted on earlier charges. Floyd publicly accused Beausoleil of getting drugs from the Kenney family and Respondent openly accused Floyd of murdering Liko Kenney as seen on ABC News 20/20. Later this summer a huge media event will be held in Franconia so the people can air their concerns to the entire World. Respondent McLeod’s commitment to the FRRC and to the issues was and is still openly questioned by other members including a prominent town physician who has served as an LE dispatcher. Attachment 1, supra.

The healing in North County cannot and will not commence until the State and Local Government get honest themselves or are compelled to do so by this or other tribunal of Justice.

Related video: Liko Kenney speaks on North Country life.

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Hey KingCast, are you still on point for the new lawsuit next week?

Oh, yah. Read the comments.

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

KingCast tells Martha McLeod: "In the Spirit of Liko Kenney, please stop lying and get open with your communications on HB 1428 Bruce McKay Highway."

Wow am I tired, 2:51 a.m. EST and time for bed. It has been a helluva day, with my friends in Europe and in North Country collaborating to get new video of Liko Kenney online and work on some other cases I can't directly talk about online. Here’s the chilling conclusion of the KingCast v. McLeod et al. Petition for Injunctive Relief, which will also be used in the Complaint itself. I will finish the both of them sometime in the next 48 hours for delivery to Miss Martha so she can stew over it analyse her options over the weekend. Here’s your related posts.

VI. Conclusion.

Petitioner prays that this Court give the matter its full and unwavering attention as this is an essential tenet of First Amendment Law, as witnessed by Appendix __, showing how Attorneys General all over the Country agree that emails to public officials about public matters are indeed subject to FOIA. Some even go as far as to say that the emails held in a State official’s private account are public information if they address a public matter and Petitioner must concur: Otherwise an unscrupulous statesman could simply hide her (or his) actions behind the cloak of private address. Surely the architects of First Amendment Law and the Freedom of Information Act did not intend for such an absurd result.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

NH State Rep hopeful Martha McLeod and AG Kelly Ayotte run from the Truth about their hero, multiple felon Gregory W. Floyd.

With facts on the table about her and Kelly Ayotte's hero like these, it's a small wonder that Martha McLeod ran from the KingCast cameras on Saturday. Lynch would have looked stupid not to shake hands and play nice, so he did.
"What could the State have done differently to secure a conviction," wonders Bret Bosoleil in 1997.

"Have him charged with 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) instead of just the stateside statute," I say. In fact, ATF Special Agent Couglin clearly knew about the issue back then.

In fact, you can still do that now, this year even though the 1997 Statute of Limitations expired because we know in 2008 he had actual and constructive possession of at least one gun that was turned in to Grafton Sheriff Captain Leavitt; I verified that with the Captain twice last week.

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Here's the 2008 signup sheet to get Floyd indicted in word (print it) and blog forms, respectively. Just sign and email to kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com, or fax to Franconia Business Connection at: 603.823.8081.

I. Various updates:
Felony theft, likely expunged.
"Body Bag" threat mentioned by KingCast earlier; how did Floyd get away from us?
Violations of 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) known, but why no federal indictment?
Mass gun permit, did he lie to obtain this?

II. The roster of guns laying around the Floyd compound:
Page one. Lie about your lawyer.
Page two. Here's the list, guns and butter in the kitchen.
Page three. Guns and panties on the dresser.
Page four. Floyd more powerful than the CIA.

III. Gregory W. Floyd "downplays & minimizes" criminal past:
One. The poor handicapped soul.
Two. Laughs at Mass gun permit; minimizes his criminal past.
Three. Fingerprinted and made bail.

IV. The Shay Littlefield encounter:
One. Complaint filed.
Two. "Mom is awake I could not get the gun."
Three. "If you're gonna' take me get my drugs because I am going to get fucked up."
Four. Floyd calls Judge Cyr "a fucking asshole."
Factoid: Shay refused to identify Floyd at trial. Wonder why.

IV. The "old" material on Floyd that NH AG Kelly Ayotte and Senior AAG Strelzin conspired to hide from the public is right here.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

For July 4 Independence Day KingCast says like me or not, here I come Martha McLeod - with a draft lawsuit in the Spirit of Liko Peter Kenney.

Here it is at Scribd.com and in the comments.

I’m just waiting on my bonus from another attorney to file it. I’m going to write the whole thing today, having started at 6:48 a.m. and posting this at 9:30 a.m. Funny, my old boss, Terry Gilbert was quoted in the Cleveland Plain Dealer magazine as saying that the law is not about a popularity contest and he’s right. I really don’t give a damn who likes me or not. If you do, that’s cool, and if you don’t that’s cool too. As Daniel Mullen’s partner Charlie Bauer (over at Ransmeier & Spellman) told me in a Depo. a few years back “I’m not here to be your friend.” I just came for the facts, and anyone who wants access to the facts is welcome to follow along and kibbutz, heckle, praise, condemn, whatever you feel like.

After all, it is a Free Country, sort of.

PS: Why the duct tape image from the Boston Phoenix? Because I was personally involved in two of their stories featured in their annual muzzle awards.

Milan Kohout and I did a follow up to the nooses story. Someone accused him of being racist with the nooses, and his point was that we are all here as brothers and sisters, everyone paying the price for corporate greed. I grabbed a court pic of him in Boston Municipal; the government hates that sorta' thing but I live for it =^.)

Izzy Figueroa and I became friends after she and others spoke up about artist Thuan Tran and her daughter losing their First Amendment Rights of expression because of Lawrence Schools Stuporintendent Wilfredo T. Laboy.