26 June 2007

KingCast says here comes the fact-checker from a certain regional magazine in Franconia shooting tragedy.

First of all, Liko Kenney asked his killer for help as a witness before he was nailed with a plume of pepper spray and shot Bruce McKay. I'll get to that in a minute.

Update: NH AG Kelly Ayotte and Jeffery Strelzin hid this witness.

11:37 -- Just got off the phone with the well-known writer as the story is coming toward publication. Please refresh your browser on the hour and throughout the Day, Dear Fact Checker. You and the International men's magazine are the only hopes we have of exposing the truth, which begins with the fact that Sam and Chuck's interviews should have been taped and provided as CDs.

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Also be aware as noted by Caleb at p.11 of the Official Report and I believe elsewhere, Floyd said nothing to Liko before killing him. No. Thing. As usual, I was right:

Investigative file p.20/1,000: Hard link, also p. 21.

Sergeant West: "All right, so, and did you say anything before you fired?"

Gregory Floyd: "No, I didn't."

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Also note from this summary post that Liko is clearly making a furtive gesture toward Floyd. In fact, at p.27 from 43-Page final report: 3 trac-phone calls made by Liko Kenney at 6:05, 6:06 and 6:07. [numbers not disclosed] The AP writer Beverley Wang (read the comments section for my email to her) is the master of deception. "Driver reaching out as if to wave someone away." That's materially false because p.10 of the official report Caleb Macaulay -- who I've met -- said and I quote the official report directly "They stopped in the road and Kenney gestured indicating he want to go to Tamarack (where his uncle was located down the road," and Liko said "No, no, stop pushing my car," and again back to the report at p. 10 lines 7-8:
"He did not know these two people [Floyd and Floyd] but yet he still motioned and yelled at them to stay for a minute as witnesses."

And If you watch the 2003 video all Liko does is ask for backup, and all he was trying to do on 5/11 was to wave McKay down to Tamarack Tennis camp again as noted by Caleb at pp. 9-10 of the Official Report in yesterday's "Franconia 5/11 movie post.

And get this: I told you a long time ago that McKay and Floyd were going to tune Liko up, get Floyd's comment at p.12 of the Official Report that:
"It would not be murder [if he shot Caleb] because he was on medication."

Sounds really creepy. And planned. Who says stuff like that?

Know this to be true: The only reason Ayotte and Strelzin didn't give a press conference yesterday when they disseminated the materials was because KingCast was all set to roast them; much of the other media has no clue what's really going on in this case, but since many of the witnesses are on my speed dial..... I do.

Word search all of the following in the blawg searcher because I don't have time to hot link but some of it is here in my Year-End review: Kelly Ayotte sided with Jaffrey Chief Dunn against me. They lost and he got fired. She sided with Cheshire County Prosecutor Bill Albrecht against me. They lost and he resigned under an ethics scandal reported by the Concord Monitor. She sided with Chief Dunn against former Jaffrey Officer Aaron Deboisbriand, whose father and I kept in touch on the DL and she lost that case in an hour.

Yet we pay her salary; perhaps not for much longer. And if so, well, that's a shame: Even though I do agree with her on the First Amendment data mining case, this travesty of Justice cannot be ignored.

And for you people in media who continue to ignore salient facts and to help the AG cover up the Truth, the blood of both of these men will bathe your souls when you come to met your makers.

Criminal cops? Think about the alleged withdrawn dometic violence abuse claim filed by McKay's ex wife and just ask Bobby Cutts in my home state, dragging down cops and black men with him, but I betcha' Attorneys Ayotte and Strelzin would defend him, too.

Related post: Thin Blue Line, my favorite documentary, showing police cover up in the wake of a roadside shooting. We're going to make one just like it.

29 comments:

Christopher King said...

Date: Sat, 23 Jun 2007 06:23:33 -0700 (PDT)
From: "Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com
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Subject: The law on resisting arrest, State v. Sansalone.
To: bwang@ap.org
CC: kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com

Dear Reporter Wang,

You have a position with the most powerful news agency in the world.

Please approach this case with an open mind and ask the legal questions that need to be asked.

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2007/06/kingcast-applies-state-v-sansalone-71.html

Very truly yours,

Christopher King, J.D.
KingCast.net
Justiceforkids.net


Sat, 23 Jun 2007 06:13:12 -0700 (PDT)
From: "Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com
Subject: Persuasive law on resisting arrest.
To: Kelly.Ayotte@doj.nh.gov,
Jeffery.Strelzin@doj.nh.gov
CC: kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com

Dear Attorneys Ayotte and Strelzin:

Take a look:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2007/06/kingcast-applies-state-v-sansalone-71.html

And what, pray tell, was the legitimate underlying
offense that Liko had committed?

You bet I'm telling NECN's Charles Kravitz all about
this.

Namaste.

-c

Christopher King said...

Now with respect to the materials submitted to me by the AG's office that didn't function as noted in this post:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2007/06/kingcast-comments-on-2007-franconia.html

Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2007 09:42:16 -0700 (PDT)
From: "Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com
Subject: RE: Defective materials in Franconia 91-A Request
To: "Strelzin, Jeffery" Jeffery.Strelzin@doj.nh.gov, kelly.ayotte@doj.nh.gov
CC: "Robbins, Joanne" Joanne.Robbins@doj.nh.gov, kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com

Dear Mr. Strelzin:

I don't "claim" to have mechanical problems. The
provided materials don't work in a number of different formats and I will leave it to my team to investigateall of that later.

With all due respect, I find your resolution
unacceptable, especially after your office reneged in its promise to email me the news release yesterday morning when you sent it to the major media, who are helping your office cover up and shade the facts in the light most favorable to Law Enforcement.

I am going to order another CD and DVD and you are going to provide them and I will pay you the $11.00 for them.

Meanwhile, you've got a bigger problem coming down the pike, all the way from Route 116 and it involves your office's cover ups in this case:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2007/06/kingcast-says-here-comes-fact-checker.html

Please advise when the materials will be available.

Christopher King, J.D.
KingCast.net
Justiceforkids.net

PS: And you might as well quit removing Attorney
Ayotte from the distribution chain because you know I'm going to put her back each and every time to establish actual knowledge of these issues.



--- "Strelzin, Jeffery" Jeffery.Strelzin@doj.nh.gov
wrote:

Mr. King:

With regards to the CD and DVD you are claiming to have "mechanical problems" with. Here is what we can do to address your claim:

1. You can drop off the DVD and audio CD at our
office and we will examine them. If there are problems with them we'll order you new copies, without charge, and let you know when they are
ready; or

2. You can order additional copies of the DVD and
CD and we'll let you know the cost for those and
notify you when they are ready.

Please let Joanne Robbins know by e-mail what you would like to do in connection with the DVD and CD.
Thank you.

Sincerely,

Jeff Strelzin

Anonymous said...

Since there is a fact checker. Please review the written transcript of the State PDs interview with Floyd.

Now, obviously things get confused and crazy when there is shooting going on (which is why I refuse to accept the implication that Kenney INTENTIONALLY ran over McKay after he his car was pushed, pinned, he was OC sprayed, and he made the CRAZY decision to open fire), but Kenney clearly stated that a weapon dropped out of the Liko's car window, and that when Kenney approached the car Kenney was trying to clear a jam. So, did Kenney have two weapons??

Floyd refers to a 10 mm (a damned elephant gun, btw), but press reports talk about Liko owning a .45. Maybe he was just mistaken, maybe McKay carried a 10mm cannon around, who knows.

LS

This is my farewell.


CK, though I don't totally agree with all of your methods, thank you for getting the ball rolling on this.

I hope the state does the right thing and appoints an independant investigator to uncover the whole ugly tale. Citizens need to have confidence that our LEOs act in accordance with the laws, and act in with integrity. Those that don't should be exposed and fired. Those that do deserve to be honored as heroes.



Or did no weapon fall, and he grabbed McKay's gun?

Anonymous said...

Why the farewell, LS?

Christopher King said...

Dear LS:

I think you substituted Kenney's name for Floyd's in your last post.

That having been said, the report does not indicate any sort of other firearm in Liko's possession but Floyd claims that there was one at page 21/1,000, which I am now scanning.

Also I'm sure they litigation will look into the 3 trac-phone calls made by Liko Kenney at 6:05, 6:06 and 6:07.

Namaste.

Anonymous said...

CK: I did substitute names when I was typing fast.

Check the transcript of the interview. Floyd said a weapon (he thought it was a 10mm) fell from the car window. He also said that when he approached the passenger window, Liko was clearing a jam. Did Liko have two weapons?

Was Floyd confused by all the chaos and emotion following all the violence?

I don't know.

Take care, and thanks Chris. Keep it real.

Anonymous said...

10:37:

The farewell is because I find this thing very, very upsetting. Even though I have no personal involvement, and don't know either of the parties. Liko reminds me very much of myself when I was his age....

I don't believe the State's story. Since I moved to NH about five years ago, I had a few experiences with local PD that I don't want to share, but that frightened me. And I'm middle aged, and don't even have a damned parking ticket.

I know there are many cops who deserve to be honored as heroes. I don't put McKay in that category.

Peace, brother.

Christopher King said...

Yes, LS your help and spirit has been essential.

I am certain our paths will cross again.

Also, I have now linked pp. 20 and 21 where Floyd admits he told Caleb Macaulay to "get out of the car and get on his knees and if he moves I'm gonna blow his, blow his face off."

KingCast believes he did more than that, but that will all come out in Due Course.

Now back to the 1,000 pages....

Namaste.

Christopher King said...

And yes, LS there's a lot of Liko in me, too.

Luckily I've got the high dollar education, the law degree and the journalism experience so I'm less apt to wind up in his situation, but obviously I've taken my knocks as well.

But we keep on keepin' on with the facts, brought to you -- begrudgingly albeit -- by the State.

Anonymous said...

Chris:

The 2007 film data is scattered in the last 3 blogs topic headings, so I hope you will correct as needed my summary below:

1. The state-relased 2007 film disc has NO audio.

2. The 2007 video disc has missing audio.

3. The 2007 video shows,voices or both, Liko's request for a different officer, at least once, and probably twice.

4. The video shows McKay Macing Liko and Caleb.

5. The video shows Floyd shoot Liko through Caleb's closed car window without asking Liko to drop his weapon.

6. The video shows/voices Floyd challenging Caleb to pick up Liko's weapon.

7. The video shows Liko pointing toward Tamarack Tennis Camp, where Liko told McKay he was going, and Liko's statement of intending to go to Tamarack is audible on the video.

8. There is no audio on the disc stating McKay called for backup, or any response from a PD offering backup.

9. The disc shows Macauley somehow implicated in the shooting of McKay (which seems ridiculous).

Please advise.

Charles Duffy said...

The who point? with nothing less. What does Law enforcement have to gain over pulling over a 24 year old in Franconia? To make the court look good? As your taxes benefit from this type of shit?

Oh, he's a bad boy? Bullshit

I wish I had 20 Liko kenney's in my back pocket to chose from.

Let's just make the rest of you clear and the lawyers honest and not working for the system. When your day is coming you can swear over the holy bible on television with the Next President elect to justify your appointment

Mcakay, This is Not NY City!

I'm just a resident and the steamed hod dogs at the franconia country store have the answers.

Here's the bullshit.

Nobody likes the police in the area for 20 miles. You can bank you first national Bank of franconia

Good job assholes of law enforcement. Oh, there's rational he's a terrorist, He's a punk... I need to fill my tax raving idiots I work for. (Maybe your local government)?

No, the people up there are your best defenders of freedom.

Our county HAS COME TO ARESTING PEOPLE for diving without a Donkey.


Maybe I should have said camel.


Liko's neighbors tractor wasn't working... He called liko to help him.

Why don't any of you fuckers realize how he got a job at Agawy?

He's a farm boy. He knows his rights and his shit.

Real crime is happening at the Franconia First National Bank and Dunkin Donuts which neither exist.

Roy Clark said...

Liko was pulled over for expired plates, was stoned and had a gun in the car. Correct?

Farm boy or not, he is subject to the law. Sorry there are rules. Try following them.

Charles Duffy said...

My camel plates have expired in the Mideat..

Yet you have the knowledge to defend WWIII\\

You missed my point as if this happened in NYC.


Your a Nazi brainwashed idiot.

Christopher King said...

I'll be receiving a new cruiser CD/DVD from the State this week as mine did not function in any of the formats attempted, Mac, PC and TV DVD player.

I will try to address your questions in seriatim but handicapped by the fact that I've only watched the WMUR video to which you have access as well.

1. The state-relased 2007 film disc has NO audio.

........I don't know.

2. The 2007 video disc has missing audio.

........I don't know.

3. The 2007 video shows,voices or both, Liko's request for a different officer, at least once, and probably twice.

.........The WMUR video shows Liko talking to McKay and it is generally-accepted that he was asking for another officer. I have reason to believe that there was a basis in law for him to do so but cannot divulge that just yet.

4. The video shows McKay Macing Liko and Caleb.

......Oh, yeah at 19:15:56/59 and it's a major plume, done so cavalierly, as I say, like "Take that, punk," the same way McKay said "Ohhhh yeahhhh...." when Liko asked if backup was coming in 2003 before they jacked him up behind his his Michele's car that he had to get home.

5. The video shows Floyd shoot Liko through Caleb's closed car window without asking Liko to drop his weapon.

.... I doubt that. The shooting through the window was substantiated and generally-accepted in the reports. What was not generally-accepted was the fact that Floyd said nothing to Liko and I am waiting for the new state CD/DVD to hear how much time elapsed between the time Liko drove off and hit the staggering McKay and Floyd shot him.

.....Again, it is all so sad because it was fairly evident to me that Liko was motioning Floyd to help as a witness and that is what Caleb said, as noted. But the state and the mainstream media don't want the public to know any of that, even AP writer Wang gets it wrong on purpose: Why would Liko wave off anyone when he was totally afraid of McKay, and he continually asked for other officers in 2003. Then McKay told offices coming to quell their sirens because he didn't want any more attention in the area while they tooled-up the strident youngster who dared properly tell him:

"You don't have the right to keep me here without a good reason."

Of course mainstream media never printed that, not once. Why not?


6. The video shows/voices Floyd challenging Caleb to pick up Liko's weapon.

.......No. Caled has stated that at p.11 as reproduced herein and will testify to that.

7. The video shows Liko pointing toward Tamarack Tennis Camp, where Liko told McKay he was going, and Liko's statement of intending to go to Tamarack is audible on the video.

.......Yes and no. At 19:15:05 I think it's pretty obvious that Liko is motioning McKay down the road to Tamarack, twice, which is consistent with his past behaviour of wanting witnesses and of motioning to Floyd to help, at 19:15:53. As for audio I don't know what the state's DVD has on it, but I find it hard to believe there's no audio of that. Police almost always run the audio when the video is on because it's supposed to protect THEM in the event of an issue.

8. There is no audio on the disc stating McKay called for backup, or any response from a PD offering backup.

.......There is a call from McKay to Grafton County Dispatch just after 6p. noting he was pulling Liko on registration issues.

9. The disc shows Macauley somehow implicated in the shooting of McKay (which seems ridiculous).

......No, but Macauley has stated that the Floyd's treated him like they wanted to kill him too, as noted at pp. 11-12 as reproduced herein, and as Floyd admitted at pp. 21-22/1,000 of the investigative file.

Best regards,

-c

Christopher King said...

11:40:

You have no proof that Liko was stoned.

And as for rules, what about the rule that you cannot detain someone and beat them down without just cause, as McKay (with two jackbooted thugs) did in 2003?

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.....Again, it is all so sad because it was fairly evident to me that Liko was motioning Floyd to help as a witness and that is what Caleb said, as noted. But the state and the mainstream media don't want the public to know any of that, even AP writer Wang gets it wrong on purpose: Why would Liko wave off anyone when he was totally afraid of McKay, and he continually asked for other officers in 2003. Then McKay told offices coming to quell their sirens because he didn't want any more attention in the area while they tooled-up the strident youngster who dared properly tell him:

"You don't have the right to keep me here without a good reason."

debby said...

Beverely Wang has got to be the worst reporter there is. She puts such a slant on her articles that it is beyond belief. Attempting to ask her to be more fair and impartial got us nowhere. Cold, heartless and self-serving. Lack of integrity in journalism.

I do believe that a Kenney pushed her out of the mud when she got stuck at Liko's memorial service. Very kind of him but she deserved to be left stranded in the mud and rain. Dirty reporter.

Anonymous said...

I am dubbing her her;

Wangsta the Media Gangsta.

Anonymous said...

Dear LS,

I, too, know neither party involved in this tragedy, but personally care about justice and injustice, as I strongly suspect you do. I hope to understand why and how such a tragedy occurred, both from a factual and legal perspective. In doing so, the wrongs may be righted, or at least adjusted slightly.

This tragedy reaches well beyond the obvious (Kenney Shoots Cop)...the stuff of mass media. You are entirely right, CK. The lesser known details are teased out here....an alternative to mass media.

Hero is a word used too freely, and it is assumed a fallen officer in the line of duty is always a hero. In this instance, many people are questioning the designation of hero as it applies to an officer and a passer-by.

Advocacy is important in this world of diminishing freedoms...and I believe Chris is advocating at the highest level. He is creating momentum with a legally inspired overview to assist in bringing the matter toward future resolution.

Liko and Caleb could be any mothers' sons. Do we want this kind of stuff going down in our rural and suburban villages and towns?

I believe the people posting here are, for the most part, intelligent and seeking truth and justice.

The circumstances of these two deaths are emotionally charged, and may cause us to deeply question our rights and responsibilities, as well as our expectations of law enforcement. Indeed, it is "very, very upsetting" to imagine that we, too, could be victimized by the system.

I've enjoyed reading your postings, LS - Peace

Charles Duffy said...

Dear LS,

Tell us about you history.

Your not a politician till you "get Off the toilette and tell us ABOUT Joey Nelson and Your frends in Nevada.

They don't dare... give me a free fight plane to Vegas.

This is your idiot and your government.

If your interested. Mr Kennedy?

Jean Hurley. We know who he is.
Who bought the defunct British Arospace Company After WWII.

My Godfather Gene Hurley....

Anonymous said...

"You have no proof that Liko was stoned."

Of course you've got no proof for 99% of the rumor and speculation you continue to regurgitate.

"what about the rule that you cannot detain someone and beat them down without just cause, as McKay (with two jackbooted thugs) did in 2003?"

Of course the evidence and the court says that's not the way it happened, but King says it did so IT MUST BE SO because we all know by now, King is NEVER wrong!!!

The bullshit is piled up so high here you need friggin wings to stay above it.

Anonymous said...

poster comment:


"The bullshit is piled up so high here you need friggin wings to stay above it."

3:29 PM

Why are you bothering to come here?

Anonymous said...

The reason for our appearance here is to know what the community is saying, Knowledge is power, know your enemy, the art of war.

Christopher King said...

3:29

What, I've got no basis for stating that the AG hid a friggin' material witness statement that was recorded?

It's at page 917 out of 1,000 of the fun pak, yes or no?

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2007/06/kingcast-watches-nh-ag-kelly-ayotte-get.html

Methinks yes.

And me also thinks (or knows) that Attorney Strelzin materially misrepesented that to me on purpose or he is incredibly stupid not to remember that a lead witness with material information who arrived second after Floyd and before the other First Responders had a taped statement:


http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2007/06/kingcast-presents-update-on-rsa-91_1694.html

And that the head of the NH Police force lied about the circumstances of what Shooter Floyd did?

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2007/06/kingcast-notes-that-nh-state-police.html

Show me one falsity there.

*****

Meanwhile, I don't want you to leave. Stick around. It reminds me of how myopic some people can be.

Christopher King said...

And to get to your quote, of me:

"what about the rule that you cannot detain someone and beat them down without just cause, as McKay (with two jackbooted thugs) did in 2003?"

...... What was the just cause for:

1. Detaining Liko Kenney after McKay had time to run his license and failed to report any abnormalities?

2. Jumping him with 2 other officers as he stood there and said, "please don't touch me."

Which of course was just after he correctly told them "You cannot keep me here without Just Cause."

Did you read a different Fourth Amendment than me, or what?

debby said...

"The reason for our appearance here is to know what the community is saying, Knowledge is power, know your enemy, the art of war.

6:23 PM

Well, we appreciate your candor.

THIS is why the community has a problem with you. You perceive the people that PAY for you to serve and protect them as the ENEMY. You consider the fact that we expect to be treated with human decency as a signal for you to declare WAR against us. Who in their right mind wants people like you governing them in any manner?

If you intend to create a war, you will be sorely disappointed, as we will not show up. Truth is power. We will not fight against injustice but will stand up for justice.

How do you intend to wage a war against justice my friend? We are not your enemy nor will we step into those shoes. The enemy is you in your mirror each morning.

Knowledge is power. Knowledge with wisdom is a greater power. Knowledge, wisdom, and truth is a greater power still.

Knowledge, wisdom, truth, spirit and light is the greatest power there is. This is where we choose to stand. We hold out our hands for you to truly join us at this place.

Anonymous said...

Debby, up to your last post I had given you much credit, your posts had much insight and intelligence. The Art of War is a book written by Sun Tzu in the 6th century, I wrote shortened version of teh original quote thinking educatedpeople on this site would make teh connection, he is the entire quote, "So it is said that if you know your enemies and know yourself, you will win hundred times in hundred battles. If you only know yourself, but not your opponent, you win one and lose the next. If you do not know yourself or your enemy, you will always lose."
I included the entire quote so you may see how it may apply to your battle against the injustices in Franconia, It was in no way intended to be taken that you are the enemy and law enforcement want to wage war against the taxpayers. I'll let you decide how to apply the quote to your everyday life.

Christopher King said...

8:02

Yes that was a great reference; I have been told to read that book and have discussed it several times. Thank you for making that clear; I subconsciously did see that in there but I had already typed the "myopic" comment and forgot to go back and address that possibility.

You remind me of my mentor, Lou Jacobs.

Peace.

Anonymous said...

"Beverely Wang has got to be the worst reporter there is. She puts such a slant on her articles that it is beyond belief."

Unlike the fair, balanced and impartial view of things that get presented here right?

Anonymous said...

What I think I have learned from posters like Chris who have seen the 5-11 video that I have not learned from other sources:

1. There is some audio reference by McKay that he pulled Liko over for a registration check.
2. McKay called the stop in to his HQ, but did NOT call for backup at any time.
3. Liko made at least one and probably several hand motions to McKay that he was driving to Tamarack. He drove off at low speed from stop 1.
4. Liko made several hand motions to Floyd after stop 1. Floyd stopped his vehicle on Rte 116 at some time between Liko's first and second stop, possibly as a result of Liko's hand motions. It is possible that Floyd saw Liko's hand motions intended for McKay and made toward Tamarack.
5. Floyd moved his vehicle from a stopped position on Rte 116 when he
intervened in stop 2.
6. It is unknown if Floyd had his own weapons in his vehicle, but a police report states at least one witness, perhaps an on scene policeman, stated he saw Floud with two guns in his possession after he shot Liko.
7. Foyd clearly admitted to an investigating policeman the he (Floyd) did not ask Liko to drop his weapon before Floyd killed Liko.
8. Floyd challenged an on scene policeman that he(Floyd) would/could defend himself with a gun versus that investigating policeman, and the policeman included this verbal exchange in his written report.
9. There is no video or audio of Caleb being Maced by backup officers, and no video of Caleb telling the officers that Floyd murdered Liko.
10.There is clear video of Liko shooting McKay in the back after McKay Maced Liko and Caleb heavily.
11. There is clear video of McKay ramming Liko's car off the road.
12. There is no video of McKay drawing his weapon at any time. There is no audio indicating McKay had drawn his weapon.

If the above is true, some issues:

1.On 5-15-07 AG Ayotte, in her official capacity, emailed an attorney x that:

a) There was no court order of any kind, written or verbal, stating Liko had a right and McKay had a duty to obtain alternative officers to McKay for Liko at Liko's request. She wrote Liko ulawfully left the scene of a lawful traffic stop, but could not cite the basis for the stop for ABC News.
b) McKay called for back up, but it arrived "too late".
c) Floyd told Liko to drop his weapon before killing Liko.
d) x was a fool to rely on blogged info for facts.

She did not tell x:
a) Floyd shot Liko through Caleb's closed car window.
b) Floyd challenged Caleb to pick up Liko's gun, and said if Floyd murdered Caleb he would be excused due to his Floyd's medication (incapacity?).
c) Floyd threatened a responding policeman - "I'm quicker than you" - sugegsting Floyd could and would shoot this officer.
d) Floyd clearly admitted to an on scene officer that he did not tell Liko to drop his gun before Floyd killed Liko and threatened Caleb, and the officer included Floyd's admission in the officer's written police report.

Opinion/Conclusions:

The case against Ayotte and NH is much worse than I had imagined. On this simple blog we have direct evidence that AG Ayotte plainly lied to an inquiring lawyer about facts she must have reviewed or had access to, since her 5-15-07 email indocated her invetigation was closed. Most troubling is her statement that the video evidence shows that Floyd told Liko to drop his weapon before Floyd fired.

Ms. Ayotte will not be attorney Ayotte, let alone AG Ayotte, in NH for very long once a serious inquiry is made by the NH bar ethics committe about these facts and circumstances. All lawyers have an absolute duty to avoid even the appearance of impropriety under the ehtics rules of every state, else lose their licenses, usually with no opportunity to be re-admitted. Ask Bill Clinton, who lost his AK license after lying (under oath)about sex; not murder. True Ayyotte was not under oath, but she is NH's top cop, and I cannot believe the gov or the NH Supreme Court, which supervises bar administartion, will let this go, if someone files a complaint (Liko's family?).

Very disturbing all around. As many here have said, Liko was murdered by Floyd and NH simply tried to lie this away.

McKay did not deserve to die, but he was a very reckless policeman at least, hated and feared by many in a very small town where all at least knew who he was as a man and an officer. McKay and his frinds could have prevented both murders in my judgment, by using common sense and real police tactics and discipline. Where the public pays for and has every right to expect the highest standards to be employed in policing at all levels, from the AG on down, it is very clear to this outsider that NH has a very, very serious politics problem regarding public safety management. The feds should take notice ands act to protect Caleb and others who might be witnesses in any number of state and/federal investigations that may and should come from these needless deaths.

It is time for the NH legislature, by popular pressure, to step in and call for a complete investigation of how the AG and others involved handled this case.
If they do not, and if the feds do not, there is no real law in NH, only politics, and the self-interests that breeds.

As I have written my US Senator on this case, I will not be spending my tourism and other (ie charity) dollars in NH any longer is this is how NH government treats its own people. It is an outrage that the public interest in these evebts has been so completely distorted and exploited for political gain from every angle I can think of.

Chris, you will have a lot of filming to do for this case.