#41 Oct 26, 2013
#42 Oct 26, 2013
But we do have one new credit union...
#43 Oct 27, 2013
"CONCORD, N.H.-- New Hampshire's strong Second Amendment support helped push a "Stand Your Ground" law over a governor's veto, but a pair of bills limiting access to guns when mental health problems arise could test the state's entrenched belief in unfettered gun rights..."
You bet this is playing itself out in the Dustin Curtiss case...
#44 Jan 12, 2014
#45 Jan 12, 2014
January 11. 2014 6:21PM
AG says hands full as cases pile up
By KATHRYN MARCHOCKI
New Hampshire Union Leader
More staff needed
In a department whose most high-profile unit — homicide — just came off one of its busiest years in recent memory, these and other cases have further strained the office's 58 staff attorneys - a number that barely budged since the early 1980s. It's a point Attorney General Joseph A. Foster has publicly pounced on since taking office last May as reason why he will ask for another five to 10 attorneys over the next several state budget cycles.
"I think we are unusually busy. They (staff) have gone through cycles like that before," Foster explained.
#46 Jan 29, 2014
. Honestly I think this is what happened, I was Dustin's gym partner in Florida at his last duty station and he had gained about 20lbs of solid muscle the last year and lived in the gym. He had told me multiple times that he wish his dad would try to put his hands on him now that he is this strong. His father did things to hurt him recently not just physically, while we were training overnight his father came to Florida and convinced Dustin's wife and daughter to go back to New Hampshire with him! Dustin was crushed emotionally after that for months he was unstable and irrational especially on the topic of his father who he felt ultimately betrayed him. Also our chain of command knew that his wife had a relationship with another Sgt in our unit and refused to prosecute that bastard for adultery. Dustin was in a very dark depressed place in his life and the only time he was truly happy was when he was Facetiming his daughter.
Self defense maybe, murder probably not. I'd like to see some justice done.
#47 Jan 30, 2014
Yea, we picked up there were physical confrontation with his father all through his life.
Did Dustin see war a lot…did he have PTSD? Was he overseas a lot?
It certainly was a messy life…
I was in the Navy on submarines…it was a very hard transition back into civilian life. I lost all my best friends.
DId Dustin have a mental illness?
#48 Jan 30, 2014
How overwhelmed is the AG? The bs I hate, these agencies that are supposed to serve us don’t ever tell us what their true condition, to protect their agency heads and the politicians.
January 29. 2014 10:53PM
$100,000 spent, East Kingston waits for results of AG probe into police department
I understand they’re busy, but on the other hand it’s a burden to the town. It’s a cost to the town, not only in money but we’re without personnel. It’s a stressful time,” Cook said.
#50 Jan 30, 2014
So what is this about the controversy with the in house witnesses seeing Dustin in red shirt, others seeing him in a green shirt.
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