Friday, November 19, 2010
Josh Gerstein's Politico "Under the Radar" review of Weise v. Caspar explains why SCOTUS may grant Certiorari in KingCast v. Ayotte, GOP, Nashua PD Free Press Case.
Dear Judge Holloway: This journal entry and this 12 Nov. 2010 Frederick Douglass entry comprise the definitive posts for my Free Press and Racial lawsuit against the New Hampshire powers-that-be. I read your dissent and will be contacting your clerks on Monday to alert them to the NAACP cases that are also on point, for future reference.
Everybody knows that Kelly Ayotte, the NH GOP and Nashua PD and I are going the distance on this free press case KingCast v. Friends of Kelly Ayotte et al. NH Dist. 2010-CV-501 because the NAACP v. KKK line of cases at NAACP v. Thompson, 648 F.Supp. 195 D.Md.,1986. establishes a clear cut Constitutional Question. Now interestingly enough, I had forgotten about the then-pending case of Weise v. Caspar(dissenting opinion), 562 U.S. ____ (2010). New York Times and GRIID Journal ("Courting Disaster) and Politico coverage: