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:
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!
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.