Saturday, October 30, 2010
Help Kelly Ayotte run..... from Open Government and the First Amendment, KingCast has "Ridiculous thoughts" about getting a substantive hearing in Federal Free Press case of KingCast v. Ayotte, GOP, Nashua PD 2010-CV-492.
The Union Leader's Joe McQuaid can be critical of Kelly Ayotte, but this neo-con white man is never barred from covering her events. More -- much more -- coming soon and you will get to enjoy a new legal pleading, a killer 1995 Cranberries video and references to Gorky Park.... something about falling into the chasm between what is said -- and what is done -- in this Country.
Kelly Ayotte's true legal legacy is an American nightmare, rife with Civil Rights and Open Government/Sunshine Law violations and a marked indifference, if not outright encouragement, of corporate graft. My exposure of these facts, which has led to information contained in Casey Sherman's Novel and pending Hollywood screenplay (Dorothy Aufiero Producer) "Bad Blood: Freedom and Death in the White Mountains."
Most of the legal documents filed by Plaintiff KingCast are in the Andrew McLaughlin post,
The Offer of Proof video below accomplishes several things:
1. It eliminates the Defendants’ argument that KingCast is not engaged in Journalism by any standard.
2. It eliminates the Defendants argument that KingCast was engaged in unruly behavior or political activism inside any of the forums, in fact KingCast only passed a few fliers from 1,500 feet away from the Crown Plaza lobby. KingCast did not pass any fliers at the Kelly Ayotte Facebook rally or at the John McCain VFW rally.
3. It pins the Defendants to the sole issue of whether they can engage in viewpoint and/or race-based discrimination at publicly advertised events covered by on-duty, uniformed police.
As to the other videos, enjoy the scratchy but informative impromptu live feed Riddley Report Interview and the Cranberries. Then Casey Sherman, KingCast and retired lawman Bradford Whipple exchange thoughts about Bad Blood and the pending wrongful death and Civil Rights lawsuit of Liko Kenney v. Gregory Floyd, et al. 2010-CV-181 and a short film about “Momma Grizzly” Kelly Ayotte and how she allows Law Enforcement to abuse all sorts of women and youth in New Hampshire.