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PETITION FOR REDRESS OF GRIEVANCE
TO: The Honorable House of Representatives
FROM: Petitioner Representative Ross Terrio, Hills. 14
DATE: October 10, 2011
SUBJECT: Grievance of Jeffrey Frost, Manchester, New Hampshire
Your Petitioner, Representative Terrio on behalf of Jeffrey Frost of Manchester and for the citizens of New Hampshire who may likewise be affected, hereinafter presents the following summary of his grievances involving the New Hampshire Banking Department and the Attorney General’s Office and invokes the constitutional authority and duty of the Honorable House of Representatives pursuant to said Articles 31 and 32 to bring about redress:
Grievance involving the New Hampshire Banking Department and Attorney General’s Office for, after multiple fair and quiet warnings to the contrary, knowingly and willfully violating 2 constitutional rights of Mr. Frost including illegal search and seizure; over-stepping their authority with charges that did not exist; filing, engaging, and pursuing a law, RSA 397-A, retroactively against Mr. Frost and/or his businesses; and continuing to pursue, as determined by the courts, a strained, untenable, and unconstitutional interpretation of its regulatory framework wasting the public treasury, retroactively affecting New Hampshire citizens, and destroying Mr. Frost’s business, his reputation, and his family.
Wherefore, your petitioner prays that the House of Representatives consider this proposed remedy:
(1) Find the appropriate remedy, which may include initiating impeachment proceedings, for the actions of the former Banking Department Commissioner Peter Hildreth, Attorney General Michael Delaney, and Assistant Attorney General Karen Gorham who condoned and or knowingly and abusively overstepped their authority and/or professional obligation as representatives of the court ( Bar Lawyers) and as officers for the State of New Hampshire.
(2) Request by house resolution that a public apology for the unconstitutional search upon Mr. Frost’s residence and the law firm representing Mr. Frost, Cronin and Bisson, PC, be made by the Attorney General’s office and the Banking Department
(3) Forward a professional conduct complaint to the state Bar from this body on behalf of Mr. Frost for all 3 lawyers involved in his prosecution.
(4) Introduce legislation compensating Mr. Frost for attorney’s fees and costs directly related to and associated with prevailing in his case pursued by the State.
Respectfully Submitted by Petitioner Representative Terrio on Behalf of Jeffrey Frost and the citizens of New Hampshire.
Rep. Infantine, Hills. 13
October 10, 2011