29 June 2007

KingCast and community members say Bruce McKay was a bully;Liko Kenney died 800 feet from his home at Tamarack Tennis Camp.

First of all, going to 2003, Fox Hill Park was not a "suspicious place" in the least. It is a TRAIL HEAD for walks and mountainbikes, situated in an area in which a DECADE-plus resident told me today that s/he has NEVER heard of any problems of any kind during summer, spring, winter, or fall as JT would say. That would be, what, 40 SEASONS......


And just down the road, Tamarack camp is such an incredible spiritual and tennis oasis that it belies comprehension. It is tennis mecca. Of course none of this is mentioned in mainstream media for some reason, as if it's not relevant. Believe me, it is HIGHLY RELEVANT. Liko's cabin was right there, so is his shrine and so were witnesses to whatever Bruce McKay wanted to do to him on 5/11, one day after his grace period on his registration expired and McKay and Shooter Floyd were laying in wait for him. More on this later.


And Liko's request to deal with another officer was not without factual and/or legal precedent, I can tell you THAT. On a related note, ask for Bruce McKay's arrest file statistics, including the number and character of complaints against him. Perhaps you can find it in the AG's official summary report.


No, you cannnot. There is not one mention of his past, but plenty about Liko Kenney's. Nice.


What did McKay think was going to happen if they went to Tamarack? What, that they would beat him to death with junior tennis rackets??? ..... Whatever he thought, he knew he couldn't bear to let Liko get there, but instead of trying to force the issue and run away in the '82 Supra:
The grey car was not going fast. I thought [McKay] was trying to get around it [for something else]. He made several movements (her daughter called it a "10-point turn" in her interview) to come nose to nose now facing north.... [McKay] pushed him and kept pushing him down (into the gravel area) dirt flew back the police car pushed him so strongly and just kept pushing and pushing and pushing until the grey car was beyond my view."
Instead he pulled back into the lot and let McKay dictate what would happen, and he maced the hell out of Liko and Caleb as if they were common cockroaches and proved himself to be what again?


"What do you think about Bruce McKay?"


"He was a bully," a well-respected community member said.


And she was not alone.


We had a beautiful day in Franconia, as I have had every time since I moved to New Hampshire in 2002. Also, Sam Stephenson is one helluva nice guy, Big Energy and Big Spirit.


Related KingCast short film: "Live Revolution."

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