Despite Overwhelming Evidence – NH Supreme Court Continues Stonewalling on Keene Corruption
This is a followup to the questions I asked the supreme court spokesperson over a month ago.
We were promised an answer the following day. Instead the have stopped responding to email, I called today, and as of the time of posting I have not received a phone call back.
This is how the NH “Justice” system polices it’s self. See everyone, the system works! Here’s my latest letter, I’ll post updates when I hear a response.
Hi Laura, I pulled some additional information on the David Mcleod case file, and got copies of the 4 press motions (Mcleod Press Motions). None of the motions request to film anything in the lobby. They all mention either the proceedings or the courtroom. I also found out the man being interviewed is a new county attorney named John. He should certainly know that what he was doing was in common law contempt of the alleged court order, given the maxim of equality, not that ignorance is any excuse. Further, given that we have a recording of the entire proceeding, there was no permission given during the proceedings, and there's nothing in the case file or the motions granting authority to film in this area. There is also a clock on the wall which shows the time was approximately 11:25am, so the court was open. There is also a security mirror in the background, where you can see the clerk's window is open, and there are CSO's in the background. This is a clear case of common law criminal contempt which occurred in clear view of the court security officers stationed a few feet away. I'd also like to know the proper way to see that the people involved in the institutionalized discrimination, targeting of activists, and perversion of the rule of law should be addressed. Is the FBI the proper authority to address the systemic corruption in the Keene judicial system? I'm eagerly awaiting a response to my questions below, or a date when I can expect a response. Thanks, Sam DodsonWant to discuss rather than just commenting here? Visit the Shire Society Forum.