14 June 2007

KingCast advises NH AG Kelly Ayotte on Franconia shooting tragedy investigation: The World is watching.

Just got off the phone with my wireless provider; need to increase my plan with all these Franconia conversations.

"Yeah we're doing some serious Civil Rights work up in NH"
"Is that right? I'm very interested in that."
"You sound like you're from down South, sugar. I know 'cos my parents are from Tennessee."
"Yeah I'm in Florida but I'm really from Cleveland."
"No way."
"I used to work for one of the most powerful lawyers in Cleveland. Terry Gilbert."
"Oh, my family knows who he is. And they follow all of that up in New Hampshire and tell me all about it. You think it's bad up there, in Cleveland they got cops selling drug straight out of the squad cars."

The World is watching, Attorney Ayotte. You had better be certain that each and every step you take is one you can later say that you made without regrets, because KingCast certainly offers none. Not given what we know now, and in our history, as noted in this post.

We look forward to seeing you tomorrow in Concord.

Related post: I warned Prosecutor Bill Albrecht I would blow his head up like something from "Scanners" in the infamous "Title for Title" entry now he's out of a job; left hastily under a damn ethics investigation, see para. 2.

I didn't want to do it anymore than Liko wanted to shoot McKay, but dammit Albrecht sure was asking for it. Query, then, was Bruce McKay?


Christopher King said...

Damn, made myself cringe on this one.

That is totally outrageous.

But here's the deal:

I know it will likely draw people into this comments section where I will note something I didn't post about yesterday's visit to Cambridge with our fliers:


A rather intelligent fellow at a well-respected Tavern near the post office said, and I quote verbatim:

"Well the way some of them act these days everyone should have license to kill one once in your life."

Now that's some hard-assed commentary, but what responsibility do some of the Bad Apples, and those who allow Bad Apples to continue poisoning tree -- bear for encouraging the public to have such contempt for Law Enforcement. As a four-year AAG I think about that every day.

And you can't shoot the messenger, but that's exactly what Shooter Floyd did when he murdered Liko, IMHO.


The larger question remains, what will Governor Lynch and NH AG Kelly Ayotte do, not only to truly investigate 5/11, but to help the community, and all of Northern NH to get past this spate of nasty police cases:



Here's the DOJ/AG Mission Statement:

The mission of the department is

to serve the people of New Hampshire with diligence, independence and integrity by performing the constitutional, statutory and common law duties of the Attorney General as the State's chief legal officer and chief law enforcement officer; to seek to do justice in all prosecutions; to provide the State with legal representation and counsel of the highest quality;
to protect the State's environment and the rights of its consumers, and to provide supervision and leadership of New Hampshire law enforcement.


Then we started talking about RICO.


Anonymous said...

Be careful YOU don't get arrested tomorrow CK.

Don't j-walk. Don't spit a piece of gum on the sidewalk. Stay 2 mph under the speed limit.

You're taking on some powerful folks, and some don't like being questioned....

Christopher King said...


If you don't see anything on the blawg by latenight you just need to watch this space for instructions.

But I don't think that should be a problem.

I am writing the letter for Governor Lynch and Attorney Ayotte that will the official correspondence, and of course it reads as well as any request letter could, so it's kind of more akin to putting a peace flower in the end of a Kalashnikov.

......Which would certainly be dangerous if Gregory Floyd is anywhere around, that's certain.

Stay tuned.

Christopher King said...

Here's the letter: