Cross post: Firedoglake.
Above: KingCast vintage video: Schooling the government on a First Amendment case of State v. Doyle, 1998. To those of you just now reading this blog, I almost never lose a First Amendment issue, and even the one I lost in another State v. Doyle case allowed him to speak before City Council, something that had been denied without Just Cause for 8 months or so. And in Michael Isreal's case he told a cop he was racist and took a beat down, we won in criminal court and sued in Federal Court and after that I got the cops found to have made him a victim of violent crime, V96-61481 search it. Or you can see it here with more vintage KingCast video involving Mr. Isreal on a Jury walk.
I cover murder trials including the Revere Dan Talbot Murder and large circulation papers use my photos.
And of course in Nashua, NH City Attorney Bennett found me (and Alderman Teeboom, a conservative white male and friend of mine) to be correct in the Julia Earl (what a loser) Unconstitutional speech restrictions, read the Telegraph coverage and watch a John McCain LE body slam of AZ protester Liz Hourican. Then Mayor Streeter gave me a First Amendment Mayoral Commendation.
Boston writer Casey Sherman just finished the screenplay adaptation of "Bad Blood: Freedom and Death in the White Mountains, and Casey, retired Franconia/Sugar Hill LE Bradford Whipple all agree that former NH AG and U.S. Senate candidate Kelly Ayotte conducted no real investigation into the actions of Gregory Floyd in the Franconia shooting tragedy, watch a video about that, Hollywood movie coming soon.
My blog is called Chris King's 1st Amendment Page for a reason. It is largely a walk through my life as someone who has worked for large newspapers, tried Civil Rights cases, put up a bunch of wireless towers and who is now a video journalist on his own, sometimes contributing to larger press, including WBZ, watch that feature on the record Scott Hyman $1.7M Anti-Semitic trial, where I rap with other media at co-Plaintiff Scott & Julie Prescott's Lakeville/Hemlock Association home.
Lastly, Officer Hargreaves was civil toward me, yes, but he also watched Karen Thoman strike my camera before using her paperwork as a shield, and instead of admonishing her, he admonished me, you didn't mention that in your story. You and I have quaffed some beers, Sir and you know me to be a reasonable man.
Here then are the complaints:
Any reasonable person can learn a lot here, and I watch my tracker, many of them do just that.
As to the story, Here it is, more on this later. Just read it, on the move.