Senator Kelly Ayotte

Senator Kelly Ayotte

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

First Circuit Rhode Island Judge John J. McConnell halts foreclosures while Kelly Ayotte & NH GOP and Judges give banks open season on innocent homeowners.

Kudos to What Really Happened for keeping it real, I don't agree with everything they say but they provide an open format, unlike Daily Kos or Firedoglake, which are both CIA-related, complete poseurs. Markos Moulitsas was a CIA operative, and once a CIA operative, always a CIA operative. I don't need to go into it now, but as Ministry would say, you know what they are. Ha-ha-ha-ha-ah...... go on m....(expletive deleted).

WPRI Channel 12 story.
Fryzel v. MERS (CA 10-352-M), Cosajay v. MERS (CA No. 10-442-M).

Dear Judge McConnell: 
I commend you for your Order and Moratorium on dozens of Rhode Island foreclosure cases. Unsettled title issues and outright mortgage fraud in the the inducement, factum and foreclosure are ruining this entire country as I have made clear in my Mortgage Movies Journal Entry and open letter to AGs Holder and Schneiderman. Your approach to the situation acknowledges that there is something wrong, yet in New Hampshire the very same people who tried to vote you out of ascension to the Federal Bench turn a blind eye to mortgage fraud, even now as I provide them with a copy of the actual mortgage on which my signature was forged pursuant to my own endeavors to locate the document. 

Eight (8) long years have passed since I informed NH AG cum U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte of this issue, despite countless visits to her Washington and New Hampshire offices. Watch the videos (Capitol + New Hampshire): I am polite, polished and quite respectful each time, and each time I come away with nothing but promises. In that time we have also seen her systems declared faulty in the FRM Ponzi scam, the largest consumer fraud in New Hampshire's history. Former NH Securities Chief Mark Connolly wrote a book about it. By the way that Seacoast Online story is written by Elizabeth Dinan, who was sexually assaulted by NH LE Fred Hoysradt, who got off with a slap on the wrist under AG Ayotte. Be that as it may, you can see her promise to refer my complaint in the Nashua Town Hall video from last fall, yet and still nothing has happened. The Nashua Police Department is similarly afflicted with feet of clay (watch the movie and non-response from Lieutenant Alex Gorman) and silent repose as Senator Ayotte counts her money from Goldman Sachs and Bank of America -- two of the dirtiest culprits in this entire fiasco.

Your Honor, I respectfully assert that this is not about the law. This is about the Republicans getting away with anything they think that they get away with, and the same message rings loud and clear in the pending KingCast v. Ayotte, GOP and Nashua PD Free Press litigation currently before you, NH Dist 2010-CV-501. These are bad people doing bad things, in turn supporting other bad people who do bad things, and it is coming from the new Republican nerve center. I don't completely understand it, as I have Republican friends who are quite reasonable and who supported me over Kelly Ayotte as seen in the bogus criminal indictment she obtained against me as NAACP Legal Chair. Then there is the blatant coverup of the Franconia shooting tragedy involving Greg Floyd, Liko Kenney and Norman Bruce McKay. In that, she had access to Greg Floyd's legal background as described in Easton Police Chief Robert Every's Affidavit (view using full screen button) indicating that both he and the neighbors (specifically citing Alma Jean Boisvert) were terrified of Greg Floyd because he had been shooting his guns in violation of 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) and he was "likely to show up at Lafayette school with a loaded gun." Ayotte gave him a pass in what I believe to be the murder of Liko Kenney in 24 hours and sure enough, Alma Jean Boisvert would subsequently be victimized by him as he was convicted of gun threats immediately after shooting Liko Kenney. Here are KingCast action photos from his violent courthouse outburst when he lunged at Yours Truly with a deadly weapon.

Frankly, I don't know what is going on in New Hampshire, but I knew enough to leave it, and to only return to visit or to help others in need. That is a very progressive way of thinking, and it is something that New Hampshire wants nothing to do with. Perhaps such is the difference between a Case Western Law graduate and a Villanova Law graduate.

Kindest regards,
Christopher King, J.D.

1 comment:

  1. Open letter to Judge McConnell regarding Mortgage Fraud, other NH government malfeasance.

    Christopher King to Alexander, Alex, BennettS, LavoieD, EmilyHeil, Marta.Modiglia., ryan, vbarry, sberwick, michael.delaney, mike.delaney,
    show details 6:43 AM (0 minutes ago)

    Top of the Morning to all!

    Well folks along with my open letter to Judge McConnell:

    I shall once again forward the Book and Page of the mortgage forgery that none of our law enforcement, statesmen or prominent lawyers seem to care about. I find it so striking that Judge McConnell Ordered a foreclosure moratorium while Kelly, the GOP and Nashua PD condone mortgage fraud -- not only in the limited sense of an individual mortgage in my case -- but in the larger, much larger sense of the FRM Ponzi scam.

    Brian Cullen: Don't think I won't sue your client for failure to investigate. That is a free-standing offense under 42 U.S.C. §1983.

    Bad government doing bad things: The new motto for New Hampshire.


    Christopher King, J.D. -- Reel News for Real People -- Documenting Deceit