Senator Kelly Ayotte

Senator Kelly Ayotte

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

KingCast winces as Terie Norelli, corrupt NH pols try to 86 the Committee for Redress & Grievances; a green light for more mortgage fraud foreclosure fraud and DCYF abuses.



Today's feature presentation is loading up now so get your popcorn and truffle butter ready. Here is your back story with prior videos including testimony to the NH Committee on Redress and Grievances on mortgage foreclosure fraud, DCYF and NH Family Court abuse and more. To those of you I didn't have time to include in this short video you may want to call in to Kevin Avard's show in the second week of January, stay tuned.

Meantime I suggest you read NH Const. Article § 32. [Art.] 32. [Rights of Assembly, Instruction, and Petition.] 
The people have a right, in an orderly and peaceable manner, to assemble and consult upon the common good, give instructions to their representatives, and to request of the legislative body, by way of petition or remonstrance, redress of the wrongs done them, and of the grievances they suffer.




On Wed, Dec 26, 2012 at 6:18 PM, David johnson wrote:

Greetings,

These videos clearly demonstrate that this Magistrate, BAR Attorney M. Wageling, is operating routine violations of trust law.  The fact that she does so with such regularity and impunity requires some inquiry to see what the accepted procedure is in New Hampshire.  It appears as if those who oppose the redress of grievances process in the General Court stand as a boundary between the people and law.  This is simply not going to happen. 

The "mortgage" fraud occurring with this Magistrate has reached the point of null and void for her rulings.  She is part one of the fraud and felony.  The next part is the recent overthrow of the New Hampshire Constitution by the rogue faction within the House Committee on Rules.  Almost all of the Petitions under Articles 31 & 32 are against a legislative process to have the Circuit Court Family Division operate as an equity court, which does not have rules, see Family Division Rule 1.2, and many abuses of Article 73-a.  Combined abuses result in routine violations of law.  Both together are not lawful.  The existence of the framework is one aspect of the unrest.  The one in play is usually the abusive and unlawful practice of this scenario as an excuse to run government outside the law.  This is simply not allowed under constitutional law.

The videos provided by Chris King create a very unique and urgent requirement.  The Wageling crimes implicate corruption in the rules of the NHSJC.  I'm affected by the fact that the most pressing issue at hand is for those testifying for the House Committee, to re-present the audio and video content accompanied with affidavits from those present and those making statements.  These videos are indicative of crime and treason.  One cannot defend such.  This is a sign that New Hampshire is run by that which is not constitutional law.

The Democrats are damaging their credibility by siding with the courts.  That hurts their own families and constituents.  Worse yet, the Democrats have chosen to aid the side of treason.  They are throwing the Constitution out as if they are allowed.  This is not allowed.

David
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I did my tour of duty in New Hampshire as NAACP Legal Chair and Citizen-at-Large, winning several First Amendment battles and earning a Mayoral Commendation from the longest-sitting member of the Governor's Executive Council. I will say this: So much of what I learned in law school is complete hogwash when it comes to how the courts and government really operate and I am not afraid to publicly say it. The amount of lies, deceit and outright corruption on the mortgage side and in family courts is enough to make you sick. And who is behind this nonsense? Democrat Teri Norelli, whom I sued [snip] (that's how they do it at Daily Kos, right)....

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Hey KingCast what were you doing 2 years ago today?


I was learning how to edit my own movies with my trusty superzoom!

KingCast Double Header: Massive Providence Car Crash; Nashua Police Accreditation Hearing Provides a Chance to Expose Nashua PD Contempt for the First Amendment and Physical Abuse.



UPDATE: Sunlight Foundation is running a story on Kelly Ayotte's well-heeled defense fund relative to my lawsuit. Unlike the Politico story by Scott Wong, look for this piece to actually explain a few things from my point of view, with the focus on Kelly Ayotte being a First Amendment hater.

I believe reporter Kathryn Lucero understood what I meant by Ayotte's crew going after me as NAACP Legal Chair a few years ago as being an abusive tool of oppression and a complete stunt because after I sat through voir dire the State mol-prossed the charges. They knew if they tried me they would lose then I could sue the living snot out of them.

Also, I am fighting against a lot of very powerful and wel-heeled Republicans because the Fund has well over $100K in it, and perhaps more than $120K so Kelly can't cry poor-pockets over this because someone else is subsidizing her defense. The $2K or so I have spent on copies and filing came out of my own goddamn pocket, you best believe that. I put my money where my mouth is.


Nashua Police beat and maced Pam Reynolds. They beat and maced Mike Gannon. They arrested and torqued on Dave Ridley and they harrassed me under threat of arrest.... all in a First Amendment context. It is unfortunate that they are not alone: On the way home I ran into a Providence area cop who was a complete jerk as well, shining his Maglite in my face and threatening to arrest me as I attempted to gather footage and stills of a rather large crash in I-95 last night. 
"Move your car or I'll arrest you," he bellowed angrily.

Really Officer? You can see I got a couple grand worth of camera in my hands and my car is OFF THE ROAD.... next time how about "Are you media?  Well be careful and do not step on the roadway or I'll have to arrest you."

But some cops just don't get it and you pick your battles wisely. With the Nashua PD I sued them and reported their conduct relative to the Kelly Ayotte campaign events to the accreditation panel. With the RI cop I simply drove up the highway and back down on the other side where he didn't notice me. Whatever the case you gotta' do what you gotta' do to get the video, the still or the interview.

Saturday, December 8, 2012

KingCast sees Pelham cop Eugene Stahl clear by Kelly Ayotte successor Mike Delaney in Grant Hebert shooting, but what about the Cody Eller and Saviano cases?



Regarding the NH AG clearing Eugene Stahl and Windham's Shane Mirisola and Christopher Van Hirtum being exonerated by NH AG Mike Delaney (press release) in the 20-round shooting fest that occurred just prior to the Cody Eller trial:  The NH AG has to my knowledge NEVER found cops in the wrong, not even in the Michael Paulhus shooting when they destroyed material evidence and violated his Miranda Rights according to a judge. And not only that, Eugene Stahl is on the Laurie list for exculpatory evidence that should have been provided to Cody Eller's defense team in the Cody Eller Motorcycle Road Rage Trial that I captured on exclusive KingCast video as Eller was convicted.

Now a Motion for new trial is pending and the Court sealed the file the day after I noted that Stahl had a prior case in which his integrity was challenged in a DUI/DWI case that was thrown out in Court. I did a Lexis search on him, something all reporters should be doing.

I wrote: Saviano v. Dir., N.H. DMV, 151 N.H. 315 (2004) where there was a question as to how he advised a DUI suspect about his breath test but it was not a material issue.... if that is the basis for the Laurie list then there's not a whole lot there IMO" "....The plaintiff then took and failed three field sobriety tests. Officer Stahl then asked the plaintiff to take a preliminary breath test (PBT), advising him that "[it] was not his breath test, [and that] it was unofficial."

He informed him that it was just to prove or disprove [***5] what he had already witnessed while conducting the field sobriety tests. The plaintiff agreed to take the test. The PBT revealed a Blood Alcohol Content of 0.141, confirming Officer Stahl's suspicion that the plaintiff was driving while under the influence of alcohol. See RSA 265:82 (Supp. 2003)." "The plaintiff also argues that admitting the result of the PBT at the ALS hearing violated his due process rights. He asserts that the officer's advice regarding the PBT "would have led a reasonable person to believe that the result of the PBT would not be used against him," and that his advice was "lacking in fundamental fairness and offensive to the universal sense of fair play."

In retrospect I may have spoken too soon... one of the key issues in the Eller case is what did Stahl say to him and what did Eller respond. As a biker I welcomed the conviction, but as a lawyer and journo I cannot welcome any tainted conviction, and Eller's lawyers --- one of whom is also a biker and the other one used to be -- deserved the right to drill Stahl about his background on the stand. As a former AAG myself I find NH to be the dirtiest state in the Union, and Mike Delaney's predecessor Kelly Ayotte was the puppet so instrumental in making it that way as the videos note:  

Watch the video at top and read the journal post.  And that's all she wrote. For now, but stay tuned for the Cody Eller ruling because either way, it's a funky situation.

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

KingCast v. Kelly Ayotte, NH GOP and Nashua PD Appellate Brief and Appendix mailed to First Circuit Court of Appeals.


KingCast v. Kelly Ayotte, NH GOP, Nashua PD goes to First Circuit Court of Appeals. I hereby preserve my shot at SCOTUS, where the climate may be a bit different, especially with big mouth Kelly saying that Justice Kagan "is not qualified" to be a High Court Justice. Kelly isn't qualified to shine my shoes much less be a U.S. Senator, I just want what she did in the record whether I win or not she's a complete jerk. That stack of documents that I have to print -- despite being registered for electronic filing -- cost $220 and another $20 to mail. Fascinating. Here is your back story with a copy of the Appellate Brief in case no 12-1891.

Remember the Sunlight Foundation journal entry? Well they're baaaaack: 

1:48 PM (2 hours ago) Good afternoon, I was wondering if I can briefly chat with you about your cas...I was wondering if I can briefly chat with you about your case against Ayotte this afternoon? I'm a reporter with the Sunlight Foundation writing about Ayotte's legal defense fund. 
-Thanks [name omitted for now] | 202-742-1520 http://reporting.sunlightfoundation.com/

Saturday, December 1, 2012

KingCast says: Expose Kelly Ayotte + Bad Manchester NH cops and help save a dog.



A man wrote me claiming to have damning video of Manchester, NH Police doing bad things on company (read: taxpayer) time. He sent me some stills and I spoke with him extensively on the phone. He seems credible and god knows the Manchester, NH Police Department is one scary place with its beatings of Chris Micklovich and others (need to find this one the Union Leader let it expire I will ask Copblock if they have it) and car crashes, etc. Unfortunately Michael Briggs -- one of the good ones -- was gunned down several years ago in the line of duty. 

At any rate he is seeking donations for the $3,500 surgery for his dog and is forwarding the video to me for my review. I can put people interested in touch with him as I am not directly affiliated but I most certainly am interested. The extent of my affiliation is that I will receive a limited license to post this video. Here is his email to me from October, 2012: 

Subject: video of a group of MPD breaking the law: 
Hello Mr. King I will give you my real name later on when I am sure my identity will be protected. I am writting to you because I have a video of a group of Manchester cops that I taped during a day of fireworks in front of my previous apartment on Wall Street towers, 555 Canal street, Manchester, NH. 

This is what happened: It was late in the afternoon, I was getting prepared to host a party for my friends who would come to see the fireworks every year. There was a large crowd and many people arrived early to the parking spots in front of the buinding. They would get a spot to set a bar-b-q. I had set up my video camera on the balcony and started to tape the thousands of people who made it there to enjoy the fireworks. I video recorded many people and then I noticed a group of people who looked like cops. They also gathered together to enjoy the fireworks. I would say that at least 10 cops dressed in civilian clothes and many other cops on duty would stop by and say hello to the fellow cops who seemed to have a great time. Several vehicles involved included an unmarked car and I would think that the driver was a detective or something like that. It sounded ok until now. 

When I noticed one of them taking beer out of his truck and sharing it with his fellow cops as they where arriving. He had a few coolers covered up in the back of his truck. He would look around to make sure nobody was looking and take the beer out of his truck. I also saw some of then taking a piss right next to the truck as the same guy who was providing the beer was covering them with a piece of clothing so they would not be seen pissing on the street. 

As for the cop (detective) who was in and out of the unmarked car, he was showing off with the passing by people and was lifting a pair of handcups. A group of girls impressed by the powerfull guys, decided to joint the group and at some point got inside the unmarked car. 
I believe this is -- or was -- Mr. Connare's Mazda.
Drunken Driving, DWI....

The innocent victim's Mazda 

This is to say the least. The video clearly shows many other things. I told my girlfriend that I have taped these cops and she said no to do anything because I was compromising many cops. I now live in another country and I think this tape would show the abuse of power of the MPD. I have been reading about Mr. Connare and how he got into an accident while he was driving drunk and I think this video will be a very good video to show at this time to let the citizens of Manchester know who is protecting them. 

 The video was taped about 6 years ago. I am sure the cops involved in this video, still have a position in the force. I placed the video in my friend´s safe and I just asked him to send it to me. Once I receive the tape, I will procceed to have someone erase my voice from the tape. I am sure that this video will be very usefull to you. Please let me know if you are interested on this video as I also plan to contact some people from the media. Regards,