Yes, believe it or not. And it had to do with calling 911 also. I drove to the state police barracks as well.<quoted text>
A "difference of opinion" with a trooper? Nobody loses their license for three years over a difference of opinion. But I'm sure that you were doing nothing wrong, of course. Just like all of your other run-ins with les gendarmes. And I'm sure that you have "evidence" proving your innocence, that documents were hidden, blah blah blah. Speaking the truth? You haven't told the truth about anything since the Carter administration.
The States attorney Generals office stated that my civil rights were violated. I went to a hearing and the hearing officer states, "From what I have read and heard it seems like the other driver should be in front of me today and not you". He told me that after they dismiss the charge to come back and they will reinstate my license.
It got dismissed as the other driver stated to the PI , "I do not want to go to court but the state police have it out for these guys and they will not let it go". I initiated a 911 call to the state police that lasted for 6 minutes. All they kept stating over and over is "your kevin Lynch?, this is Kevin Lynch"???
Then yes, guess what they lost the 911 tape! They only had the first one minute of the call. Then the state trooper told the witness who showed to the barracks four days later the color of the car that was on the computer and guess what, it wasn't the color of my car.
I showed to the barracks so that they could give me a breathalyzer test if they wanted to as I thought that the other driver was highly intoxicated as she was driving my bumper within one to two inches at 65 miles an hour.
I left her at an onramp 8 miles before this until I seen her signaling to enter behind me. And there is more! Never guess where she is from, "Fitchburgie".
So when it was dismissed I went to the registry and the hearing officer who replaced the initial one ruled against me and stated that she based it solely on the state trooper report as she refused me the right to give any testimony at all.
Well then you pay for an appeal. I go to a three member board. At the beginning they announce that 99.9% of those of us in court that day will not get their licenses back.LMAO
My turn comes up. The RMV states that I have an open case for assault on a PO in Fitchburg. LMAO. Next she states that I was arrested in 1992. And then to cap it off she stated that in 1985 that I also received a driving violation ticket for $100.
I state that 1985 was over 21 years ago and that in the past seven years my only ticket was for an expired inspection sticker. I also told them that the Fitchburg assault case was being investigated by the FBI for fraud and that it happened after this driving incident.
One of the members was an employee at the Attorney generals office as well and I stated how I felt that was a conflict of interests as she referenced the investigation.
This board stated that they would not allow me to argue the facts of the case. I protested and stated as much on tape. After this hearing I put in for a copy of the hearing and received it. They agreed with the hearing officer.
Next step, I needed to pay $400 to appeal their decision and went to Worcester court. The day came for court. I went to argue against the State being able to submit their brief as it was late and filled with over 20 blank pieces of paper, 20 copies of reports, every report for late fees from 1985 and pages of someone else's RMV report. I stated that the file is made to appear filled and that is not the reality. I also stated that the Attorney General should not be able to argue the case as they are also handling my civil rights complaint pertaining to the same case.