New Hampshire State of Corruption – Radio Broadcast Recording With Host Mike Gill – Week 19: Death, Taxes And A Cook

Powerful and very revealing broadcast! Drugs and corruption….New Hampshire connections to Maine, specifically the City of Biddeford…connect the dots!

Listen HERE. (aired 4-15-16)

Archives: Click here.

Related:

Manchester, NH police captain selected as Kittery’s new chief, click here.

Behind The Curtain – Drug-Dealing Pedophile New Hampshire State Representative Kyle Tasker Implicates NH Elected Officials, click here.

Sgt. Scott Ferguson Resigns From Farmington (NH) Police Department, click here.

Farmington (NH) Police Chief Kevin Willey To Retire After Getting Offer Too Good To Refuse, click here.

Scarborough (ME) and Farmington (NH) Police Departments In Bed Under The Same Blanket Of Cover Up, click here.

Coincidence….Or Deliberate Design? Click here.

Kelly Ayotte’s “web of deceit” in New Hampshire will follow her to Washington, click here.

U.S. SENATOR KELLY AYOTTE (R-NH) HAS A $120K LEGAL HEADACHE, click here.

More to come on New Hampshire connections to Maine….Shaheen & Gordon Law Firm, Smith-Elliott Law Firm, Saco-Biddeford Savings Inst., Superintendent of the Bureau of Financial Institutions – Lloyd LaFountain………stay tuned!

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