additional commentary by Rep. Timothy Horrigan, member of the House Redress Committee; July 2, 2012
Sometime on or before June 12, 2012, serial petitioner David W. Johnson sat down with my Petitions Redress Comittee colleague Kevin Avard to discuss his case. One small irony of this version of Johnson's story is that it gives special prominence to the (supposedly) villainous Attorney Jon Ross, then of the Manchester, NH law firm Wiggins & Nourie, who was representing Johnson's exwife. Wiggins & Nourie also represented another petitioner: Dan Shepard (Petitioner #34). Attorney Ross is one of the good guys in Shepard's story.
Original URL: http://youtu.be/TJwroNeSCn8
Rep. Kevin Avard has done several TV shows about the House Redress Committee. I have gotten a fair amount of crap from leadership for talking about the petitions on my web site, but Rep. Avard has been producing a cable TV series and a YouTube channel, with (as far as I know) no crappy reception whatsoever.
Kevin Avard's "Speak Up!" videos: