New Hampshire Corruption Further Exposed On GrokTALK With Guest Mike Gill

“This is a very important radio show I was on that you really need to listen to. George Lambert was in attendance as well, and neither of us knew the other would be there. The Corrupt have been very busy since our video “Play For Pay”. I told you that video would have a dramatic impact, and it has. Please listen to this interview.” Mike Gill

Listen HERE.

Read more HERE.

Also view “Play For Pay”. HERE.
“Please don’t miss the opportunity this video comes with. It is Absolute proof of the corruption in the courts that are controlled by the law firms and Politicians that come from them, and the politicians that control the state agencies. This video will not only show corruption in New Hampshire, but also Massachusetts in their courts, and right into Pennsylvania, with evidence that there is an FBI cover up protecting the criminals from Penn National, and the politicians that they control.” Mike Gill

Mike gives “pieces” of the corrupt puzzle and talks about how the “corrupt” get state jobs.

Let’s add pieces to the official corruption “puzzle.”

Attorney John Kacavas was asked to defend Bill Miller in a false charge against him involving Farmington Police Chief Scott Roberge. Kacavas accepted a $5,000 retainer, but then changed his mind. Shortly thereafter, he landed a job in the U.S. Attorneys Office, replacing Thomas Collantuono who covered up a criminal complaint to his office regarding the cover up of criminal activity by law enforcement agencies/officials in New Hampshire. Read more HERE.

John P. Kacavas U.S. Attorney For New Hampshire resigns, click here.

Kelly Ayotte, during her tenure as Attorney General, covered up official corruption within the Farmington Police Department. Read more HERE.

Following the same pattern as John Kacavas, former N.H. U.S.A.G. Thomas Paul Colantuono “covered” for Kelly Ayotte. Read more HERE.

When Farmington Police Chief Scott Roberge retired in 2012, Officer Kevin Willey was appointed Police Chief. In April 2014, Willey retired “after getting offer too good to refuse.” Read more HERE.  Anyone know what “the offer” was?

Sgt. Scott Ferguson, deeply involved in the Farmington P.D. corruption and cover ups, resigned from the department and it’s reported that “Ferguson left to begin a career with the state Liquor Commission. ” Read more HERE.

The “players” in Mike Gill’s revelations are the same players in this case of official corruption in New Hampshire!

Does this ring a bell with Mainers?

John P. Kacavas U.S. Attorney For New Hampshire Is Resigning

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The Union Leader reports “John P. Kacavas, U.S. Attorney for the District of New Hampshire for the past six years, is stepping down as the state’s top federal prosecutor effective April 17.

“It is with no small measure of sadness that I resign as U.S. Attorney for the District of New Hampshire,” he said in a prepared statement. In the news release announcing his resignation, Kacavas did not indicate any future plans.”

Read more HERE.

Why the sudden departure?

Published in: on April 9, 2015 at 6:22 pm  Leave a Comment  

New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte’s Aide Arrested In Prostitution Sting

PPH reports “David Wihby, state director for New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte, has resigned after he was one of 10 men arrested last week in a prostitution sting in Nashua, officials said.

Ayotte released a statement late Saturday saying she was shocked at the arrest of a man she described as “a friend for many years.”

“David obviously cannot continue his duties, and I have accepted his resignation,” Ayotte said. “This is a very difficult time, and my thoughts and prayers are with everyone involved.”’ Read more HERE.

WMUR NEWS, click here.

David Wihby “cannot continue his duties” because he got caught. Senator Ayotte, former N.H. Attorney General, known for her political maneuvers, is not a sleeper when it comes to corruption. During her tenure as Attorney General, Kelly Ayotte brushed under the rug evidence of official corruption and cover up by Farmington Police Chief Scott Roberge and officers Scott Ferguson and Kevin Willey. When will she be held accountable? Is it likely with her friends in high places? Do you realize just how deep the corruption goes?

Is There More Behind New Hampshire Corruption? Click here.

The assistance of Senator Susan Collins was sought in obtaining a full investigation into this matter, as the players also involved Federal officials. Documents presented to Senator Collins on September 19, 2014, click here.

On Mon, Sep 22, 2014 at 4:27 PM, Goodwin, Cathy (Collins) <Cathy_Goodwin@collins.senate.gov> wrote:

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

This is “whitewash”! Where does the buck stop? Is this…you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours?

When lawmakers become lawbreakers isn’t it time to speak up?

Is there an investigative journalist out there who has the guts to unmask the politicians who claim they are working for the people?

 

“Every violation of truth is not only a sort of suicide in the liar, but is a stab at the health of human society.” Ralph Waldo Emerson

N.J. Governor Chris Christie’s Chief Of Staff, Kevin O’Dowd, Stepping Down

“Gov. Chris Christie’s chief of staff, Kevin O’Dowd, whose nomination to be state attorney general was put on hold because of the George Washington Bridge controversy, is planning to leave the administration later this month to assume a top executive position at Cooper University Hospital, officials announced today.

O’Dowd began serving as Christie’s chief of staff in January 2012. Previously, he served as deputy chief counsel to Christie, beginning in 2010.
(reply from Governor Christie…no reply from A.G. Paula Dow! Stuart Rabner, former N.J. A.G. (during the tenure of Gov.Jon Corzine), currently sits on the N.J. Supreme Court. As attorneys general climb the political ladder, corruption remains under the rug. Same pattern with the state of Maine.)

Christie announced nearly a year ago that he intended to nominate O’Dowd to be the state’s next attorney general. However, the George Washington Bridge lane closure controversy that rocked his administration put the brakes on the appointment.

O’Dowd, a former federal prosecutor, had previously worked for Christie at the Office of the U.S. Attorney. He is married to Mary O’Dowd, the commissioner of the state’s Department of Health.

Read more HERE.

Related: N.J. ATTORNEY GENERAL PAULA DOW LEAVING THE OFFICE, 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!

New Jersey U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman Expected To Return Bridgegate Indictment Of Governor Christie Cronies

The Star Ledger reports “The Bridgegate-related indictment of political allies of Gov. Chris Christie on federal corruption charges is a near certainty, with prosecutors launching a second grand jury intent on pressing defendants to testify against the governor, according to a published report quoting unnamed sources.”  Read more HERE.

“An article posted by Esquire quotes two anonymous sources it says are familiar with an ongoing investigation by the U.S. Attorney’s office in Newark into the September George Washington Bridge lane closures. The U.S. Justice Department has sent assistant prosecutors and FBI agents to work the case.”

“Fishman’s timetable is unclear’, but the article notes “that Fishman, an Obama appointee, hopes to see the entire matter resolved before this President’s term expires. “Fishman is really focused on Christie,” says one source. “Ultimately, he believes he’ll get to the governor.”  Read more HERE.

“Fishman’s challenge is to nail down specific criminal charges on several fronts.” This demands “nailing down” and will hopefully be on the list of “fronts”, click here.

Related: During her tenure as Attorney General, Kelly Ayotte brushed under the rug evidence of corruption and cover up by Police Chief Scott Roberge and officers Scott Ferguson and Kevin Willey. All officers “retired” from the police department. Read more HERE.

Great Expose On New Hampshire Corruption, click here.

Gilford NH Parent Arrested At School Board Meeting For Violating 2-minute Speaking Rule

“William Baer was arrested at the Gilford NH School Board meeting on 5/5/2014 for violating the 2-minute speaking rule imposed by board chairman Sue Allen. Allen restricted each speaker to a strict 2 minutes, statement format(no questions or answers), and only one speaking opportunity per person.

When William Baer violated this “rule,” Allen declared him “out of order” and had him arrested and removed.

Baer was voicing his disgust with the Gilford High School’s required reading of what he considered an age-inappropriate book for his 14-year old daughter, “Nineteen Minutes” by Jodie Picault. The book depicts textually pornographic details of an “encounter” between 2 minors. Many have characterized the scene depicted on Page 313 as a rape scene because the girl rescinded “consent.”

View video HERE.

“Marina Baer responds to the Gilford School Board shortly after her father William Baer was arrested for violating the so-called “2-minute speaking rule.” View HERE.

“What Happens When One Parent Speaks Out at a School Board Meeting About a Controversial Book Assigned to His Daughter”, read more HERE.

Published in: on May 7, 2014 at 2:36 pm  Comments (1)  

Great Expose On New Hampshire Corruption

Mike Gill Sr. Connects the players of corruption in NH, view HERE.

Mike, job well done!

New Hampshire is not unique. This pattern of official corruption is happening within the state of Maine and New Jersey, well documented.

Here are a few pieces to your official corruption puzzle:

Cover up of criminal activity by (now former A.G. ) Kelly Ayotte, click here and here.

Attorney Kacavas was asked to defend Bill Miller in this false charge against him. Kacavas accepted a $5,000 retainer, but  then changed his mind. Shortly thereafter, he landed a job in the U.S. Attorneys Office, replacing Thomas Collantuono who covered up a criminal complaint to his office regarding the cover up of criminal activity  by law enforcement agencies/officials in New Hampshire.

A civil rights case was filed in the N.H. U.S. District Court, Judge Joseph LePlante presiding, which involved this criminal activity.  He dismissed the case. It was later learned that LePlante was an employee of the USAG’s office during the tenure of Collantuono when the complaint was covered up.

Grievance Committee Petition.  This petition was never brought before the committee.

Others involved in this “coordinated effort” include the N.H. State Police, the N.H. branch of the FBI and Kelly Ayotte’s “protector”, Rep. Al Baldasaro.  Beware of wolves in sheep’s clothing!

Related:

Is there More Behind New Hampshire Corruption? Click here.

POGO (Project On Government Oversight) Reveals Hundreds of Justice Department Attorneys Violated Professional Rules, Laws, or Ethical Standards.  Click here.

Two Farmington (NH) Police Officers Indicted On Assault Charges

Sgt. Michael McNeil and Officer Gregory Gough face misdemeanor charges, which could result in up to one year in jail for each of them. Read more HERE.

“In a statement to the media Police Chief Kevin Willey wrote “The Farmington Police Department is strongly committed to providing the most professional service to the community. Because of the nature of our work, officers are held to a high standard of conduct and we do our best to uphold those standards. If officers violate those standards in any way, they will be, and expect to be, held accountable.”

It is fair to state that Police Chief Willey’s “standard of conduct” is not consistent with his statement.

When will he, former police Chief Scott Roberge and Officer Scott Ferguson be held accountable?

More mainstream media selective reporting.

Related:  Click here.

Published in: on February 27, 2014 at 12:47 pm  Comments (1)  

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

Another one bites the dust!

Police Chief Kevin Willey announced “with a certain amount of sadness” that he intends to retire as of April 25.  He replaced Chief Scott Roberge who “retired” in April 2012. “As for his plans for the future, Willey said he was approached about entering the private sector around Christmas, but he won’t provide further details “until the negotiations are finalized.”

He said he hadn’t been looking for a new job, but he was approached by a company that made an offer difficult to refuse.  He noted the company is not related to law enforcement.”

Sounds like a good “house cleaning” ongoing in the Farmington Police Department. Long overdue! Where weapons and drugs are a bad recipe for tragedy, except in Framington, New Hampshire it’s fair to assume that hands are not only in the pockets of bankers.

During her tenure as Attorney General, Kelly Ayotte  brushed under the rug evidence of corruption and cover up by Police Chief Scott Roberge and officers Scott Ferguson and Kevin Willey.  Read more HERE.

E-mail to Chief Scott Roberge HERE.

FARMINGTON N.H. POLICE CHIEF SCOTT ROBERGE RETIRING.

Sgt. Scott Ferguson Resigns From Farmington (NH) Police Department. His “departure came as he was “looking for something different.  It’s reported that “Ferguson left to begin a career with the state Liquor Commission. ”

Now Kevin Willey is following the footsteps of (now former) Officer Scott Ferguson who left a department they both so loved!

The most gratifying for Kevin Willey …”the police department’s relationships with the residents.”  I’m sure! Perhaps more gratifying with “selective” residents. With the evidence at hand, there is wonder as to what kind of “job” Willey couldn’t refuse!

Published in: on February 27, 2014 at 12:03 pm  Leave a Comment  
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