New Hampshire State of Corruption – Radio Broadcast Recording With Host Mike Gill – Week 15

Listen HERE. (aired 3-18-16)

State of Corruption with Host Mike Gill on NH’s 107.7 the Pulse

Live Fridays at 1:00-2:00 PM – Call in 866-823-1077
Replay Saturdays 10:00-11:00 AM

Archived programs: Click HERE.

Related

Lunch And Reception With U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte (NH) and Candidate Charlie Summers…Corporate Contributions Accepted…Connect The Dots! Click here.

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

Great Expose On New Hampshire Corruption, click here.

Is There More Behind New Hampshire Corruption? Click here.

The assistance of U.S. Senator Susan Collins was sought in obtaining a full investigation into this criminal activity. She did nothing! Her office clearly stated “that this is a criminal matter and our office cannot be involved in any way…”  Read more HERE.

Attorneys “climb the ladder” for their participation in crimes, ie, Strafford County (NH) Prosecutor Janice Rundles, shortly after brushing “Farmington PD under the rug”, landed a job in the AG’s Office…the pattern follows in Maine, ie., Atty. Michele Robert, in concert with Judge Robert E. Crowley/others, left her private practice and she landed a job in the Maine AG’s Office….

Great broadcast Michael Gill!

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

Courtesy of Dorothy Lafortune

View WMUR-TV Video HERE.

As Addicting Info reported here, New Hampshire state representative Kyle Tasker was recently arrested on felony drug charges, along with charges that he attempted to solicit an undercover officer, who he believed to be a 14-year-old girl, into having sex with him.

If that wasn’t enough of a scandal for the New Hampshire state legislator, WMUR reports that the drug-dealing Tea Party representative kept a list of his clients. That list wound up in the hands of the police department during a raid on Tasker’s residence earlier this month.

According to WMUR, the names of other elected officials are now confirmed to appear on Tasker’s client list.

Both the Rockingham County Attorney’s Office and the state Attorney General’s Office are now involved in the investigation, which is described as a scandal that has the potential to “send shockwaves through the entire state house.”

On Friday, House Speaker Shawn Jasper called on legislators who may be implicated on Tasker’s client list to resign immediately, saying,

“Members of the Legislature take an oath to uphold our Constitution and the laws of our state, and any member of the House who has knowingly committed a criminal offense should do the honorable thing and step down from office immediately to protect and preserve the dignity and integrity of the New Hampshire House of Representatives.”

So far Tasker is the only representative to have resigned from office.

Read more HERE.

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I am not condoning what Representative Tasker has done, if true, but a scandal of cover up exists with law enforcement/state officials in New Hampshire.

“On Friday, House Speaker Shawn Jasper called on legislators who may be implicated on Tasker’s client list to resign immediately, saying,

“Members of the Legislature take an oath to uphold our Constitution and the laws of our state, and any member of the House who has knowingly committed a criminal offense should do the honorable thing and step down from office immediately to protect and preserve the dignity and integrity of the New Hampshire House of Representatives.”

Does covering up for crimes, by state legislators, constitute violation of oath of office and the laws of the state? If so, would the honorable thing to do be to step down from office immediately to protect and preserve the dignity and integrity of the New Hampshire House of Representatives?

This petition was not only filed with the Grievance Committee, and ignored,  but these issues  were brought to Rep. Al Baldasaro, also a veteran, and Rep. Sam Cataldo (Farmington) and were “brushed under the rug.”

This should not only  “send shockwaves through the entire state house” but the entire state of New Hampshire!

What’s good for the goose is good for the gander!

Related: 

N.H. GOVERNOR M. HASSAN LETTER 6.8.13. Click here.

FARMINGTON N.H. POLICE CHIEF SCOTT ROBERGE RETIRING, click here.

MORE SCOOP ON U.S. SENATOR KELLY AYOTTE (NH), FORMER ATTORNEY GENERAL, click here.  (A link on this post refers to this: Kelly Ayotte is very politically motivated. During her tenure as Attorney General, she covered up official corruption within the Farmington Police Department. She maliciously prosecuted Bill Miller of Farmington on a trumped up charge of threatening Chief Roberge. Bill spoke to the clerk at the town hall and requested the resignation of Farmington Police Chief Scott Roberge. Bill was falsely arrested in October 2007. Bill was subjected to drugging for 18 months when a trial was finally held. Bill was found NOT GUILTY! Kelly Ayotte, with the assistance of D.A. Janice Rundles (who left this position in December 2007 landed a position in the A.G.’s office), attempted to silence Bill because he had evidence of corruption and cover up by Police Chief Scott Roberge and officers Scott Ferguson and Kevin Willey.) The News With Views article by Charlotte Iserbyt “IRAQ VETERAN VICTIM OF GOVERNMENT ABUSE”, read HERE.

Great Expose On New Hampshire Corruption. New Hampshire is not unique. This pattern of official corruption is happening within the state of Maine and New Jersey, well documented. Click here.

Is There More Behind New Hampshire Corruption? During the tenure of Gov. John Lynch (D) and Kelly Ayotte’s (R) tenure as Attorney General, Kelly Ayotte and Lynch covered up official corruption. The corruption and cover up extended to New Jersey, involving Fort Lee and Bergen County Prosecutors office. Read more HERE.

N.H. Attorney General Office, Criminal Investigator, Richard (Dick) Tracy – Correspondence to Attorney General Joseph Foster, hand-delivered to Dick Tracy , click here.

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

Falmouth Today (October 25, 2014) reports “THE DRUG ENFORCEMENT AGENCY (DEA) IN BOSTON AND D.C. ARE QUESTIONED ABOUT SCARBOROUGH POLICE OFFICER JOSH GUAY’S COMPROMISING THE CASE INVOLVING THREE CLASS “A” FELONY DRUG VIOLATIONS.”

By Editor:

“On October 14th our reporter wondered if he would ever get a response from the information officer at the DEA Boston Office, Tony Pettigrew, after four unreturned messages were left starting on August 25th.  He even tried, unsuccessfully, to reach Laura Harris, DEA Information Officer, at (202.305.8500) at the D.C. office twice without a response using the same question asked on Pettigrew’s voice mail.  So on the 14th he called the main listing in Boston (617.557.2100) again and asked to speak with the highest-ranking person in the office.  He was transferred to the Special Agent in Charge’s (SAC) office and spoke with Michael Ferguson’s secretary Kathy for 8 minutes and 21 seconds describing Officer Josh Guay’s possible misconduct while he was attached to the DEA for an investigation of drug dealing in Scarborough.”

Scarborough Town Council informed about compromised drug case – VIDEO, view here.

“What FTM is looking for, is there a page in the Agents’ Operational Manual that states clearly that it’s okay for DEA agents to be allowed to have sex with their Confidential Informant (CI), get them pregnant, leave their wife, marry the informant, have a baby that started before the divorce, and all the while the drug case is in progress? Or, is there a page that clearly states compromising a case (the three Class “A” drug trafficking charges were reduced to time served waiting for the case to be brought to trial instead of the 60 year possible sentence) by having sex with a CI is against the rules and will be sanctioned accordingly.
You have to wonder what the conversation Kathy will have with SAC Ferguson when she leaves this message for his inbox.
What was Guay’s punishment for compromising a drug case? Chief Robbie Moulton promoted Guay to ACTING SERGEANT! Moulton knows by saving Guay’s bacon he can depend on him to cover for him when he’s dating someone while married to wife number three, birds of a feather flock together.”

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E-mail to Scott Roberge, Farmington Police Chief, click here.

Interestingly, the three major players within the Farmington P.D. left office, Chief Scott Roberge, Sgt. Scott Ferguson and Officer Kevin Willey (who replaced Roberge as Chief of Police).

Is the pattern of corruption between Maine and New Hampshire just a Coincidence….Or Deliberate Design?

Is There More Behind New Hampshire Corruption? Click here.  How far and deep does the cover up extend?

For more Expose On New Hampshire Corruption, click here.

Pursuit of this criminal activity continues…

From: Dottie Lafortune
Sent: Friday, September 19, 2014 8:30 PM
To: Walukevich, Ashley (Collins)
Subject: MEETING – SEPTEMBER 19, 2014

Ashley,

I want to thank you for meeting with me today. Please be sure to inform Senator Collins that I’m not seeking any “judicial” intervention in this matter. This is a criminal matter to be investigated and I seek her assistance in obtaining a full and fair investigation.

If Senator Collins has any questions, she has my contact number.

Thank you for your time and help.

Dorothy Lafortune

On Mon, Sep 22, 2014 at 4:27 PM, Goodwin, Cathy (Collins) <Cathy_Goodwin@collins.senate.gov> wrote:
Hello Dottie—
After you came to the office last week, Ashley and I reviewed the materials you gave to her. It is clear that this is a criminal matter and our office cannot be involved in any way due to the separation of powers established by the United States Constitution. We appreciate having you inform us of this situation, but there is nothing more we can do in regards to this matter.

Sincerely—
Cathy Goodwin

Cathy Goodwin
State Office Representative
U.S. Senator Susan M. Collins
York County State Office
160 Main St. Suite 103
Biddeford, ME 04005
207-283-1101/fax 207-283-4054

From: Dottie Lafortune
Date: Mon, Sep 22, 2014 at 6:38 PM
Subject: Re: FW: MEETING – SEPTEMBER 19, 2014
To: “Goodwin, Cathy (Collins)” <Cathy_Goodwin@collins.senate.gov>

Dear Ms. Goodwin,

I respectfully disagree that Senator Collins “cannot be involved in any way due to the separation of powers established by the United States Constitution.”

U.S. Congressman Darrell Issa has taken steps to investigate Operation Fast and Furious in the wake of reckless conduct that contributed to the violent deaths of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and countless Mexican citizens and involves the Department of Justice.

He also has taken steps to investigate former IRS official Lois Lerner who may have been engaged in a criminal conspiracy inside of the IRS. “Americans expect accountability and want Congress to do all it can to gather relevant evidence about what occurred and who was responsible so that this never happens again,” said Oversight Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.).

Additionally, Senator Carl Levin is a member of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, the Senate’s premier investigating committee. The Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations (PSI) has jurisdiction to conduct investigations into a broad range of issues, including federal waste, fraud and abuse, corporate crime, offshore banking and tax practices, energy markets, corruption, and national security.

This is just a couple of examples of criminal activity that members of congress are investigating and the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations has jurisdiction to conduct investigations.

My conversation with Senator Collins was for her help in obtaining an investigation just as the cases mentioned about. She instructed me to give documents to Ashley and was assured Ashley would get them to her D.C. office.

I would like to know if my documents were sent to Senator Collins.

Also, could you explain how the “separation of powers established by the United States Constitution” prevents Senator Collins from getting involved in assisting a constituent?

Dorothy Lafortune

On Fri, Sep 26, 2014 at 3:43 PM, Walukevich, Ashley (Collins) <Ashley_Walukevich@collins.senate.gov> wrote:
Hello Dorothy,

The Senator was given the documents yesterday and our office will get back to you as soon as possible in regards to this.

If you have any questions or concerns in the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Thank you,

Ashley Walukevich
Staff Assistant to
U.S. Senator Susan M. Collins
York County Office
160 Main Street, Suite 103
Biddeford, ME 04005
Phone: (207) 283-1101
Fax: (207) 283-4054

There are patterns of official corruption, official oppression, hindering prosecution ongoing with Scarborough and Framington, N.H….compromising drug cases, police officer promotions, and cover ups! Who is this “war on drugs” against?

Is this coincidental? Or deliberate design?

Is this…you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours?

…this pursuit of justice continues, let’s see where this goes. Stay tuned!

Three Police Officers In Seabrook, N.H Suspended After Video Shows Abuse

Foster Daily News reports “Three police officers in Seabrook, N.H suspended after video surfaced showing an officer slamming a suspect into a wall at the police station.”

Read more and view video HERE.

Can anyone identify the “jovial” officers?

Will they get away with this like the Farmington P.D. (now former) Chief Scott Roberge and officers (now former) Scott Ferguson and Kevin Willey (current chief of police)?

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