Wednesday, January 30, 2013
$2K v. $150K -- Hey KingCast how's your Reply Brief coming in KingCast v. Ayotte, NH GOP and Nashua PD in case no. 12-1891?
Not bad. I'll run through the bullshit cases they have to present but basically here's the Deal from my First and Second pages rough draft. Here's the KingCast Appellate Brief. Above, the Ayotte First Amendment Free Press case is discussed at various points during my fireside chat with Kevin Avard. Read below the fold for the draft. I am not spending a lot of time on this because there's no need to. Either the Court does the Right Thing and protects the media or it doesn't, simple.
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
KingCast, Mortgage Movies and Whistleblower Jose Portillo expose the 8,000 fraudulent Shapiro & Burson signatures that must result in substantial Baltimore Circuit Court sanctions.
I am honored that Jose Portillo made Mortgage Movies the first media recipient of this information heretofore shared only with Maryland disciplinary counsel. I am working out a way to inform those who may be affected without overburdening myself with 8,000 emails. Stay tuned.
Tonight's Shapiro & Burson Movie.
This week's Speak Up! show with Kevin Avard.
Thomas P. Dore primer movie.
Movie coming late night tonight, more links tomorrow. Start here with the Freddie Mac debacle and wait for the E & O lawsuit (don't worry I won't charge you for it I'll just post it to Scribd) against Burson by its own insurance carrier that settled out of court after Mr. Portillo was ready to provide a Deposition. What will the Baltimore Circuit Court do with all of this because frankly, it makes the Thomas P. Dore sanctions look like small potatoes.
8,000 fraudulent signatures.
Wesport E&O lawsuit
Burson Disciplinary Findings of Fact/Conclusions of Law
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
KingCast and former NH State Rep Kevin Avard discuss fraudulent foreclosure, Kelly Ayotte, Terie Norelli, NH Redress & Grievances, NH Family Court, current NH legal and socio-political issues and corruption on Speak Up!
For now watch the movie and read the Patric McCarthy update.
That little boy was straight-up murdered, IMO.
Wait till you see the packet his mother sent me.
Here is what happened on the way there:
A few moments ago I helped a blind man navigate into the Providence, RI MBTA commuter rail. I fucked up at first and led him to the Acela track (the MBTA is usually on this track) then I hooked him up on the other side. I've worked with the blind on a few occasions growing up and as I alternately placed my hand on his back and held his hand in rough traffic I was amazed by how no one else made an effort to give him a suitable berth to swing his cane. I imagined what that would be like to be him, day in day out, and he even held a sense of humor when I was telling him "okay when you get to the top you'll see...." We both broke out laughing. If he is on the train when I get to Boston I will repeat the process; I have a few minutes to spare yo'. So the lesson here is twofold: Be thankful for what you have, and take a goddamn minute sometimes to help those who have less than you. At a minimum, Do No Harm, right. The coolest thing is that when I told him I felt bad that this site was not equipped for the blind he says he has a program that will allow him to follow this journal. Now that's science helping people.