Today's Nashua Telegraph coverage by Patrick Meighan. This case will be briefed before SCOTUS and Union Leader and WMUR will never mention it because they are corporate GOP shills and everybody knows it. More on this later but as noted in the Elena Kagan/SCOTUS - U.S. House post, you can see the conflict right here, with California, Colorado, Florida, Massachusetts and New Jersey holding that private shopping malls can become limited public fora. As you can see, folks in California, specifically at Stanford, are following. There has been recent (2007) Decisional Law supporting the KingCast position, contrary to the naked assertions of Defense counsel at yesterday's NH Superior Court hearing in KingCast v. Ayotte et al. 2010-CV-501.
Pruneyard at 81, 100 S.Ct. at 2040 (citations omitted)......
It may well be that Mr. Kelly, by opening his private farm property to the public for a Klan rally did not bestow upon attendees of that rally any right to speak during that rally or to require the Klan to call upon anyone to speak at the rally other than as the Klan desired. But, herein, plaintiffs do not seek the opportunity to speak at such a rally; rather, plaintiffs complain herein of being excluded entirely from attending such Klan rallies. [KingCast notes: That is precisely the distinction he is making between Kay v. Bruno, 821 f.2d 31 (1987), and his desire to merely be present and to gather news. A trip to SCOTUS does indeed loom large for Kelly & Crew.]
I only speak to people who are NOT on the stand or talking, and I wait my turn to ask questions until other media are finished, and I've got tons of raw footage to prove that. The Defendants asked for the raw footage, well they're going to get it, including the fact that I'm going to make former U.S. Marshal Steve Monier eat his words when he claims there was some credible reason to fear that I would bum rush Kelly Ayotte and somehow harm her or whatever, I am seen calmly standing on the sidewalk and responding to a Nashua Cop, Lieutenant John Fisher, who keeps bothering me and telling me to stay on the sidewalk when I had never once strayed from it. He was being a bully cop and chilling my First Amendment Rights, point blank. He even singled me out to discuss a beat-up car backing up when other white people were demonstrably closer to said vehicle and he said not one word to them. And I also bust Moiner on the fact that I was standing on the sidewalk when he threatened to call Manchester PD and have me arrested in Manchester at the Kelly Ayotte public Facebook rally. Watch it all right here, folks. In the hearing he tried to pretend he couldn't tell we were on the sidewalk, and he did further testify that the police did come.