Friday, July 9, 2010

As KingCast promised, State Rep. Gionet sues feckless, deceitful lying hussy Martha McLeod, KingCast to wait and use their Discovery in his Action.

Okay first see this morning's post with some of the less-published damning documents about Bruce McKay's sketchy history and the town's knowledge of same, and then watch me and others testify as the State House properly rejected SB 154. That's why Bad Blood: Freedom and Death in the White Mountains Author and Screenplay writer Casey Sherman told my mother he was all amped-up over my work on this case. But don't take my word for it, read it for yourselves.

Then read Rep Gionet's 8 Jan 2008 email to KingCast, "I'm glad you surfaced....."

Soooo.....I told y'all back on 27 May:
27 May 2010

KingCast and Calendonian Record's Robert Blechl say "Lupines are out and Martha McLeod is about to be sued by Edmond Gionet!"

Hahahahaa..... Hahahaaaa... revenge is a dish best served through a licensed New Hampshire politician. Hell yah State Rep. Gionet and I discussed the matter, and he had help from attorneys in the Legislature.

Here's the post that describes it all, and it all goes back to Martha McLeod being a deceitful, lying hussy legislator on HB 1428 and on SB 154, she used her email address from another employer to circulate the current false and vitriolic statements, with Actual Malice and Reckless disregard for their truth, that State Rep. Gionet was peeved at Bruce McKay because McKay wrote him a ticket, and that I was involved with people who were physically threatening her and making sexual threats.

She's lost her friggin' mind, watch my short film above about her and her hear and smell no-evil hubby.

See I'm laughing my ass off because I sued her for her emails a coupla' years ago on a directly related issue and protectionist Judge Timothy Vaughn tossed my case out as soon as he could, and because I didn't Motion for Oral Argument as I did in the first lawsuit of KingCast v. Ayotte & Town of Franconia (seen on YouTube video, I'll post a link later) he was more than happy to sweep it under the rug.

KingCast says: That won't happen this time. Hahahaaa... Hahahaa..... Hahaha....

Libel suit filed in controversy to rename highway for McKay
State representative sues former lawmaker.


New Hampshire Union Leader

It’s spurred legislation. It’s divided the town of Franconia. Now the push to rename Route 18 in honor of slain Franconia police Cpl. Bruce McKay has factored in a lawsuit.

A state representative in the neighboring town of Lincoln filed suit last week against a former Franconia state representative, claiming she libeled him after he opposed the commemoration in a committee vote three months ago.

Edmond Gionet, a Republican, filed the lawsuit against Martha S. McLeod, the former Democratic state rep and wife of Franconia selectman Richard McLeod. The suit faults McLeod for sending e-mails to fellow House members that claims Gionet was pulled over by McKay on a traffic violation and that he tried unsuccessfully to fix the ticket.

“In fact, Rep. Gionet had never met Cpl. McKay, had never been give a traffic ticket by any police officer, let alone Cpl. McKay, and therefore never has, and never would, obstruct justice by attempting to fix a traffic ticket,” reads a statement issued yesterday by Gionet’s lawyer, Concord attorney William O’Brien.

“Rep. Gionet would never do such a thing,” the statement reads.

Gionet claims defamation, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligent infliction of emotional distress. He asked for a jury trial, but in the statement issued yesterday, O’Brien said McLeod could do the “right thing and admit her error or she will have a jury make that statement for her.”

Reached yesterday by telephone, McLeod said she was not aware of the lawsuit, thanked a reporter for telling her and hung up.

The lawsuit claims McLeod’s e-mail went to members of the House Public Works and Highways Committee and House Speaker Terie Norelli. McKay was shot and killed during a traffic stop in May 2007, but the incident has left bad feelings in the region.

Easton resident Liko Kenney shot and ran over McKay, who had been an officer in town for 14 years, ending a contentious relationship between the two. Gregory Floyd of Easton witnessed the confrontation and used McKay’s service weapon to shoot and kill Kenney.

Then-Attorney General Kelly Ayotte cleared Floyd the following day.

In April, the town of Franconia voted against renaming a portion of Route 18 in honor of McKay. Shortly afterward, the House Public Works and Highways Committee recommended against legislation to rename the highway.

O’Brien said McLeod has ignored two written requests to justify or retract her accusation, and Gionet had no choice but to file a defamation lawsuit.

O’Brien said McLeod’s email was sent from her work email, and her employer, North Country Health Consortium, has contacted original recipients and disavowed any responsibility.

Union Leader reporter Dale Vincent contributed to this article.

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