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./

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.


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.