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