CHRISTOPHER KING, J.D.
http://kingcast.nethttp://mortgagemovies.blogspot.com617.543.8085m22 January 2013 VIA CERTIFIED U.S. MAIL and emailRe:
Cost of Federal Defense for Title XIX Litigation Occasioned by DSS Malfeasance
Dear Commissioner Bremby and Attorney Jepsen:This letter serves as a demand for immediate production of information of publicly-held information relative to the current Title XIX litigation (i.e. Shafer v. Bremby 12-CV-00039 and Briggs v. Bremby, 12-CV-000324 and) that has resulted as a direct and
proximate cause of the State’s willful malfeasance in this area.
Such malfeasance has had a marked impact on the quality of life for thousands of Connecticut residents in terms of healthcare and food stamps, and to compound injuryboth of you have issued material lies in Shafer v. Bremby 12-CV-00039, in which bothof you know damn well that the Title XIX application for Intervenor Betty J. King wassubmitted in full on 15 December, 2011. The pending Motion for Sanctions
to whichyou were granted an extension of time until 28 January 2013 to respond
is the directand proximate result of your lies. A Complaint to the Statewide Grievance Committee
will be forthcoming as well, because frankly, you’ve earned it. See generally Exhi
bit 1(part of the email correspondence from my sister and me to Title XIX Case WorkerDiane Wood, whom you have failed to produce an affidavit from) as embedded below.Now then please provide for immediate inspection the following items per TheConnecticut Freedom of Information Act, §14 Section 1-200 et seq:Briggs v. Bremby, 12-CV-0003241.
Documentation showing the total number of attorney hours expended from 5March, 2012 to 22 January, 2013. Be certain to include the relevant hourly ratefor each block of time.Shafer v. Bremby 12-CV-00039:1.
Documentation showing the total number of attorney hours expended from 9January, 2012 to 22 January, 2013. Be certain to include the relevant hourlyrate for each block of time.2.
Documentation showing the total number of attorney hours expendeddefending the Motion to Intervene of Betty J. King from 2 November 2012 to 22January, 2013. Be certain to include the relevant hourly rate for each block of time.