Kenney's shooter charged with threate...

Kenney's shooter charged with threatening woman

There are 756 comments on the www.unionleader.com story from Jan 16, 2008, titled Kenney's shooter charged with threatening woman. In it, www.unionleader.com reports that:

Floyd, 49, will be arraigned next Tuesday in Littleton District Court on a misdemeanor charge of criminal threatening, in connection with an incident Dec.

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Since: Sep 07

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#854 Jul 3, 2008
And Vice President Richard Cheney and President Bush have both stated and the courts have upheld thus far that certain governmental emails are NOT subject to public scrutiny. Furthermore MA courts have upheld communication from private emails by elected officials are not necessarily open for public scrutiny either.

“Eye Smell a Huckster in NH”

Since: May 08

Needham, MA

#855 Jul 3, 2008
The Quiet Man wrote:
I would remind the community of Snowy White's wise counsel, to stop feeding the ego. Its part of the illness, the need to get the last word in. Let it play itself out. while I can understand the compelling reasons to respond, I think that Snowy W's thought should be kept in mind.
I am of the mind that following the flash point of a conflict, it is often the best course to ease the emotions involved and to allow a situation to "normalize" in order to adjust the norm. Its one of the challenges to a stable government forming after a revolution, in a larger context, as well as in a community and local government adjusting its expectations I(see LA after the riots). I am sure there are other views on this, i.e. how to re-calibrate the community, but I would be surprised if it was based on a dynamics personality (as, say a revolutionary out of the mold of our civil rights leaders) and more on principles that shape that personality.
I wonder what Perry Mason, The Boston Writer, and Casey Sherman would suggest doing.
KingCast

Hudson, NH

#856 Jul 3, 2008
Lower Slower Delaware wrote:
And Vice President Richard Cheney and President Bush have both stated and the courts have upheld thus far that certain governmental emails are NOT subject to public scrutiny. Furthermore MA courts have upheld communication from private emails by elected officials are not necessarily open for public scrutiny either.
Which ones? Take a look at these cases.

Accord Griffis v. Pinal County, 2 CA-CV 2006-0052 , COURT OF APPEALS OF ARIZONA, DIVISION TWO, DEPARTMENT A, 213 Ariz. 300; 141 P.3d 780; 2006

OVERVIEW: Former county manager's e-mails were not public records subject to Arizona's Public Records Law, where the content of the e-mails was merely a record of the former manager's personal affairs and fell outside the scope of information necessary for the public to have knowledge of the manner in which he conducted his office and performed his duties.

.......of course we're only seeking emails pertaining to HB 1428.

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In re Bd. of County Comm'rs , Court of Appeals No. 03CA0074 , COURT OF APPEALS OF COLORADO, DIVISION FIVE, 95 P.3d 593; 2003 Colo. App. LEXIS 1151; 20 I.E.R. Cas.(BNA) 1399; 31 Media L. Rep. 2448, July 17, 2003

OVERVIEW: Court reversed, in part, an order releasing, under the Colorado Open Records Act, two county employees' sexually explicit or romantic e-mails that were part of an investigatory report into a sexual harassment/hostile environment complaint.

"We need not address whether the e-mails have a demonstrable connection to the exercise of functions required or authorized by law because we conclude, for the reasons indicated below, that the e-mails involve the expenditure of public funds, and thus, are [*598] public records [**7] subject to disclosure under CORA.

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In Mass, there is a lawyer named with whom I'm working with regarding a subpoena on a case you don't need to know about. Here is his opinion from the Reporter's Committee for Freedom of the Press. You know, he's licensed and all of that.

http://www.rcfp.org/

Robert A. Bertsche
PRINCE, LOBEL, GLOVSKY & TYE LLP
100 Cambridge Street
Boston, MA 02114

Open Records
III. STATE LAW ON ELECTRONIC RECORDS
D. How is e-mail treated?

Electronic mail is a public record subject to the requirements of the Public Records Law. Government agencies have a duty to manage e-mail as part of the office's record-holding. This duty includes establishing a written policy for storing e-mail and retaining e-mails for the prescribed period of time based on content. E-mail should be printed and stored in paper form, but certain types of e-mail may be stored electronically.

A common issue with e-mail records relates to deletion of e-mail. Even if a custodian claims that an e-mail message was deleted, backup copies are often retained, and these records remain subject to discovery regardless of the intent to delete the message. E-mail is considered analogous to paper documents. The Supervisor of Public Records, however, has noted that there are differences between the two. Namely, the contextual data that accompanies an e-mail (the mailing address, date/time stamp, routing instructions, transmission and receipt information) is considered an integral part of the record and must be retained in any printed or stored version. Supervisor of Public Records Bulletin, No. 1-99 (Feb. 16, 1999, revised and reissued May 21, 2003).
KingCast

Hudson, NH

#857 Jul 3, 2008
Wilhelm Canaris Ghost wrote:
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I wonder what Perry Mason, The Boston Writer, and Casey Sherman would suggest doing.
I dunno.

What does this guy say:

http://www.rcfp.org/

Robert A. Bertsche
PRINCE, LOBEL, GLOVSKY & TYE LLP
100 Cambridge Street
Boston, MA 02114
KingCast

Hudson, NH

#858 Jul 3, 2008
Oopsie.

This is what Attorney Bertsche says:

Open Records
III. STATE LAW ON ELECTRONIC RECORDS
D. How is e-mail treated?

Electronic mail is a public record subject to the requirements of the Public Records Law. Government agencies have a duty to manage e-mail as part of the office's record-holding. This duty includes establishing a written policy for storing e-mail and retaining e-mails for the prescribed period of time based on content. E-mail should be printed and stored in paper form, but certain types of e-mail may be stored electronically.

A common issue with e-mail records relates to deletion of e-mail. Even if a custodian claims that an e-mail message was deleted, backup copies are often retained, and these records remain subject to discovery regardless of the intent to delete the message. E-mail is considered analogous to paper documents.

“Look 4 Made In The USA”

Since: Aug 07

Wallingford, CT

#860 Jul 3, 2008
Snowy White wrote:
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DTRT,
a lawyer will surely present the concerns you mention on appeal, as they deserve attention. as a reply, i can only state...
** i don't know why the police haven't been responsive to calls for assistance to the floyd residence.
~ and i don't know if the prior history between neighbors is a mitigating factor to explain the floyds' exchange with mrs. boisvert just before christmas.
** are defendants allowed a certain number of days to obtain counsel before a hearing? was this a violation of law, according to your understanding?
** do mr./mrs. floyd need to prove they saw the outline of a gun beneath mrs. boisvert's sweater/coat? or is this he said/she said?
** are the documents you reference the same ones that are part of the state's investigative files? if so, are these not public information?
Alma Jean Boisvert said in her initial statement that she heard Mr Floyd ask her a question. She says that Question was: Do you want me to shoot you?... or something close to that. How is that threatening someone with a gun? Ms. Boisvert has said that there was no gun seen by her. Threatened how? Was she hearing the same voices that king does? "KingCast: We ask all the right questions; Guided By Voices."

I believe someone should have more than 3 days notice to get an attorney, especially if they don't have a lot of money and both heads of the household are disabled. Judge Vaughn's refusal to delay to allow for the attainment of an atty sure sounds hookie to me.

The documents that were offered by Mrs. Floyd were dismissed by Judge Vaughn without even looking at them.

During the court proceeding, Alma Jean's attorney said that Mrs. Boisvert was threatened with a gun. That is a lie. Mrs. Boisvert was never threatened... and it is her word against the word of three others.

Regarding Alma Jean Boisvert's possession of a gun that she denied in court and the mention of which (pistols) sooooo scared her that she was "oh-oh-oh" fainting for no reason, well if she was so terrified as she testified to Vaughn, why did she carry one on that day. A little fact that was said to a neighbor the day BEFORE the hearing for the restraining order.

Also, since Norm M. Boisvert (convicted felon for Aggrevated Felonious Sexual Assault in the state of NH (arrested by the Manchester PD) and tried and convicted in Haverhill N.) wasn't there, why does the restraining order apply to him, too? Why is it against the entire Floyd family?

Why was the 911 call regarding this incident answered for over 28 hours by the DOS? The Floyds are handicapped with real medical conditions! What if this was your father or mother with a medical need? What if your neighbor denied you access to your home when such an emergency was arising and could have been prevented by letting the disabled person get to their medication?

Far too many questions in Grafton County and NH at-large.

“Look 4 Made In The USA”

Since: Aug 07

Wallingford, CT

#861 Jul 3, 2008
Doing the Right Thing wrote:
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Alma Jean Boisvert said in her initial statement that she heard Mr Floyd ask her a question. She says that Question was: Do you want me to shoot you?... or something close to that. How is that threatening someone with a gun? Ms. Boisvert has said that there was no gun seen by her. Threatened how? Was she hearing the same voices that king does? "KingCast: We ask all the right questions; Guided By Voices."
I believe someone should have more than 3 days notice to get an attorney, especially if they don't have a lot of money and both heads of the household are disabled. Judge Vaughn's refusal to delay to allow for the attainment of an atty sure sounds hookie to me.
The documents that were offered by Mrs. Floyd were dismissed by Judge Vaughn without even looking at them.
During the court proceeding, Alma Jean's attorney said that Mrs. Boisvert was threatened with a gun. That is a lie. Mrs. Boisvert was never threatened... and it is her word against the word of three others.
Regarding Alma Jean Boisvert's possession of a gun that she denied in court and the mention of which (pistols) sooooo scared her that she was "oh-oh-oh" fainting for no reason, well if she was so terrified as she testified to Vaughn, why did she carry one on that day. A little fact that was said to a neighbor the day BEFORE the hearing for the restraining order.
Also, since Norm M. Boisvert (convicted felon for Aggrevated Felonious Sexual Assault in the state of NH (arrested by the Manchester PD) and tried and convicted in Haverhill N.) wasn't there, why does the restraining order apply to him, too? Why is it against the entire Floyd family?
Why was the 911 call regarding this incident answered for over 28 hours by the DOS? The Floyds are handicapped with real medical conditions! What if this was your father or mother with a medical need? What if your neighbor denied you access to your home when such an emergency was arising and could have been prevented by letting the disabled person get to their medication?
Far too many questions in Grafton County and NH at-large.
In my frustration I listed the wrong court... its Hillsboro Superior - North.
The Quiet Man

Camarillo, CA

#862 Jul 3, 2008
Let's not split hairs. The facts were heard. I hear your disagreement with the conclusion.

Over and above that, the notion that persecuting someone will solve what has been acknowledged as a community issue is more of the same methods expecting a different outcome. Let what has passed reside in the past, and give everyone a chance to see what might be in the future.

This aint about emails, folks.

Since: Oct 07

middle america anywhere

#863 Jul 3, 2008
It was nice when it lasted. The Topix board was civil, you could read the post, not too long, got the point across. Now comes Chris Kings and spams these boards, throwing in links to his site and making these boards very ugly once again.

You all have a nice 4th of July, except King.
KingCast

Hudson, NH

#864 Jul 3, 2008
Sam Colt wrote:
It was nice when it lasted. The Topix board was civil, you could read the post, not too long, got the point across. Now comes Chris Kings and spams these boards, throwing in links to his site and making these boards very ugly once again.
You all have a nice 4th of July, except King.
You can start by taking notice of some people's lack of civility toward me, including the sh*tstorm you in fact started with your "punk *ss b*tch" comment toward me.

Pot calling the kettle black, you are.
KingCast

Hudson, NH

#865 Jul 3, 2008
Sam Colt wrote:
It was nice when it lasted. The Topix board was civil, you could read the post, not too long, got the point across. Now comes Chris Kings and spams these boards, throwing in links to his site and making these boards very ugly once again.
You all have a nice 4th of July, except King.
But have a nice 4th of July, anyway!

I love you man, this is the stuff of vigorous First Amendment history, thank you for making it with me, whomever you REALLY are.

Since: Jun 08

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#866 Jul 3, 2008
Sam Colt wrote:
It was nice when it lasted. The Topix board was civil, you could read the post, not too long, got the point across. Now comes Chris Kings and spams these boards, throwing in links to his site and making these boards very ugly once again.
You all have a nice 4th of July, except King.
Sam,

His posts are tedious and easy to scroll through without reading.

Actually, much has been gained and nothing lost in recent weeks by a few of us acknowledging what some understood earlier on...that this guy is the real huckster; that he has a history, and history is repeating itself.

We've demonstrated a renewed capacity for respect, civility and humor, while King remains incapable of healthy interaction and conversation.

I trust we'll continue to enjoy decent, intelligent exchanges in spite of his unwelcome presence.

Happy 4th to you.

Since: Sep 07

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#867 Jul 4, 2008
AMEN...
Wowzer

United States

#868 Jul 4, 2008
Snowy White wrote:
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Sam,
His posts are tedious and easy to scroll through without reading.
Actually, much has been gained and nothing lost in recent weeks by a few of us acknowledging what some understood earlier on...that this guy is the real huckster; that he has a history, and history is repeating itself.
We've demonstrated a renewed capacity for respect, civility and humor, while King remains incapable of healthy interaction and conversation.
I trust we'll continue to enjoy decent, intelligent exchanges in spite of his unwelcome presence.
Happy 4th to you.
Maybe if he would stop posting past accomplishments, letters he is writing to anyone that will listen and past cases which have no interest to the general readers and bores them to tears he might gain a little interest in his writings but I seriously think it is way too late.
He would be better off just doing what he is doing a little more quietly instead of standing up and beating his chest and shouting LOOK AT ME AND WHAT I'VE DONE TODAY.
Happy 4th of July to everyone.
The Quiet Man

Boston, MA

#869 Jul 4, 2008
I am going to send a care package of book to the lads overseas. I hope everyone can take it upon themselves to make a similar gesture. God Bless and protect our guys and gals.
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Ithaca, NY

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