Tuesday, July 29, 2008

KingCast tells Martha McLeod: "In the Spirit of Liko Kenney, please stop lying and get open with your communications on HB 1428 Bruce McKay Highway."

Wow am I tired, 2:51 a.m. EST and time for bed. It has been a helluva day, with my friends in Europe and in North Country collaborating to get new video of Liko Kenney online and work on some other cases I can't directly talk about online. Here’s the chilling conclusion of the KingCast v. McLeod et al. Petition for Injunctive Relief, which will also be used in the Complaint itself. I will finish the both of them sometime in the next 48 hours for delivery to Miss Martha so she can stew over it analyse her options over the weekend. Here’s your related posts.

VI. Conclusion.

Petitioner prays that this Court give the matter its full and unwavering attention as this is an essential tenet of First Amendment Law, as witnessed by Appendix __, showing how Attorneys General all over the Country agree that emails to public officials about public matters are indeed subject to FOIA. Some even go as far as to say that the emails held in a State official’s private account are public information if they address a public matter and Petitioner must concur: Otherwise an unscrupulous statesman could simply hide her (or his) actions behind the cloak of private address. Surely the architects of First Amendment Law and the Freedom of Information Act did not intend for such an absurd result.

2 comments:

Christopher King said...

Watch out. There is an annoying person who may appear soon and start posting about Kelly Ayotte's bogus indictment against me from 2005 and stuff.

Next thing you know he'll be blaming me for the $1M lawsuit against her filed by Sgt. Carlberg, too.

Not to mention the boner she pulled on gay marriage, what a hoot.

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Anyway I like this new litigation against would-be Senator Martha McLeod because it is so concise and linear. In KingCast v. Ayotte et al, there was so much ground to cover because there were so many lies, and frankly I'm not happy that Kelly (at least for now) got away with telling me she had no fingerprint analysis of the guns and magazines on hand on 5/11.

That has to be a load of crap.

But we got a lot of good information for the U.S. House Complaint this fall, and now things get a lot more clear with basically three issues:

1. Are the emails to a public official on their public email account a matter of public record?

2. Are the emails to a public official on their private email accounts a matter of public record when those emails contain communications related to public matters?

3. Will the Court grant Injunctive relief to prevent the spoliation (expiration and/or destruction) of these emails?

You have just heard my opening statement.

KingCast: We keep it simple.

Christopher King said...

Note:

Those two scrolling images at the very bottom of the post are an email from someone on the Franconia Recovery and Reconciliation Committee to the Highway committee regarding HB 1428.

To say they are unflattering about Martha McLeod would be an understatement of the Highest Order. They say that she never told anyone on the Committee about her pet project.

For some reason imageshack has "lost" these images so now I gotta' go scan them again for you sometime Tuesday or Wednesday.