"Ma'am what was your opinion of Bruce McKay?"
"He was a bully."
and from a different voice:
"I hate to say it, but McKay walked around here like he was King Shit of the neighborhood.... [effin'] with people he didn't like...... and Liko showed him he wasn't."
I get the feeling from many that Bruce McKay was a not-so-immortal Robocop, circa 2007 but with even less compassion.
And he was most certainly a bully or worse, and more on this later. But for now, how about the 98-lb. girl McKay maced out in front of the village store who fell out and the ambulance had to get her? And if you don't know who Miss Ellie is, then you haven't been there. And did you know Liko Kenney was NOT without prior factual bases and directives from authority in trying to wave McKay about 900 feet down the road to Tamarack Tennis Camp, where he grew up and where his memorial still sits? As to the 2007 request for another officer,
"You would have been so proud of how Liko handled himself," said Caleb Macaulay to another of Liko's friends.
Oh, also to make Caleb's statement play we had to download it to my film maker's machine where he is now rendering it in final cut pro and then he will cut me a disc and we will put it on line; see how it matches up with the written summary in the 43-page Official Report. The video played this time, but it is still inexplicable why there is no real audio before McKay pulls up to Liko. Why would McKay not have his audio on?
I couldn't visit to play at Tamarack 2 years ago because the previous bogus AG attack on me as NAACP Legal Chair (see para. 2) took all of my money and time, but I walked it in a flash today after a couple of flips on the Tamarack Trampoline. Funny, we've got one too. Massive, takes up the whole garage space. Anyway, what, was McKay worried that Liko was going to round up some tennis cadets to beat him up with junior rackets, or what? Please, I doubt it. But Liko and a lot of area youth sure were afraid of Bruce McKay, and from what I understand, so too was his ex-wife.
Anyway, were are McKay's personnel files and citizen complaints? No mention of these in the sham final review, but I'll find out one way or the other. McKay was in many ways an evil man, sad to say but coming from people who ate dinner with him and who know of the legal liabilities he raised against the town that were not reported in NH AG Kelly Ayotte's official report.
Bottom Line: Sam Stephenson is a Great Guy and a credible witness, and Kelly Ayotte is in lot of trouble. A whole lot.
Related KingCast short video: "Live Revolution."
Oh, yeah: The neighborhood park from 2003, pictured at top, is hardly a "suspicious place." We know because we talked with the folks in the community and soon we willl take you there in the videos.