27 June 2007

KingCast update on pending bar complaint against NH AGs Ayotte and Strelzin on withheld witness audio in Franconia shooting tragedy.

Remember this morning's post about how KingCast is demanding production of the audiotaped, contemporary witness statements in this matter, one of which was conducted at 1:28 in the morning on 12 May, 2007 at Chuck Herbert's house? In case you forgot, here then is a copy of the proof. Attorneys Ayotte and Strelzin haven't forgotten, they just don't know how to handle that slice ball I just hit them, deep to the backhand, so they threw up another high lob:

Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2007 13:08:36 -0700 (PDT)
From: "Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com
Subject: RE: Request for materials related to the Franconia case
To: "Strelzin, Jeffery" , kelly.ayotte@doj.nh.gov
CC: kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com

Dear Attorney Strelzin:

You do what you have to do and I'll do what I have to do.

Very truly yours,

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

**********

"Strelzin, Jeffery" Jeffery.Strelzin@doj.nh.gov wrote:
I am in receipt of you request for materials related to the Franconia investigation. I will respond to your request within five days pursuant to RSA 91-A:4.

Jeff Strelzin

......this time he has to respond unlike this time when he didn't want me to tape our conversation where I told him a few choice things about the state of law enforcement in Northern New Hampshire. He never articulated a response, so that means he had no such authority.

38 comments:

Christopher King said...

Look how I got him looking at me, kind of like McKay looked at Liko.

Only he can't mace me and I'm not going to shoot him.

But I WILL get my documents, and then share the contents thereof with the entire Free World.

Namaste.

Anonymous said...

Does McKay look at his own camera after the pepper spray and before his strut??

Anonymous said...

Hi Chris:

I agree it is time for someone up there to file a bar complaint at least against Ayotte, and whoever followed her orders to cover this case up. The NH Supreme Court I guarantee will not be as kind to her as the press and otjers who think they count.

What was she thinking; that she would not get caught? Liko's family has hired the former head of the NH Public Defender Program. He knows all the law and all the judges.

Ayotte and co may be done as lawyers anywhere in the US.
I came to this conclusion about 3 post headings ago (long post).

Chris King was right again...We will soon be calling you Chris "Woodward-Bernstein" King.

Christopher King said...

1:29

Not sure. I'll have to look again, but it certainly was a dehumanizing way that he treated Liko, totally. Liko had not demonstrated any violence toward him and wanted to get to where witnesses could see what was going on, even motioning his killer to help out, as clearly seen and noted by Caleb at pp. 10-11 of the official report.

1:30 Darned right I was right again. I was right in Columbus too; that's why they had to put me out. Won't work this time.

Namaste.

Jim Breslin said...

Something about you and taping phone conversations suggests fraud. Isn't that what got you into trouble back in Columbus? Thw word must be out.

Anonymous said...

1:29,

Really, with all this talk about Bode Miller's cousin this, cousin that. Was he jealous - small town cop?

He sure posed for that cam and was talking right into it in 2003. If it wasn't so sad I would have thought I was watching Reno 911. McKay might have thought he was a rising star.

Anonymous said...

Am I missing something when I view the video of the first 5/11 stop? I do not see where McKay got out of his car to talk with Kenney. Did Kenney know why he was pulled over? I see them sitting there for over two minutes but do not see McKay talk to Kenney before Kenney drives off.

John P. said...

1 - Floyd says that Liko has a jammed gun and was using both hands to unjam his gun.

2 - Floyd says that Liko's car did not move after he shot him because Mckay was trapped under the car.

So, Liko obviously was not driving the car and there was neither no risk of Floyd being shot at that moment or not risk of him being run over (Floyd was at passanger window) and Liko was busy unjamming gun and not driving.

So, who was at risk when Floyd killed Liko with no warning?

John P. said...

Question? Anywhere in the report does anybody state turning off Liko's car or taking it out of gear before they lifted the car?

John P. said...

How old is Floyd? He seems kind of young to be a marine in special forces during Vietnam.

***Note he also lies during his interview about his arrest record.

Anonymous said...

Maybe this has been discussed elsewhere here, I don't remember, but doesn't the AG's report say that Floyd shot through Caleb's window (which agrees with Caleb saying he ducked down), yet Floyd says that he had his elbow against Caleb's throat while he was shooting? Did I misunderstand that? or is there another contradiction?

John P. said...

3:23 PM - If he was a suspect or if they didn't have Liko on the scene, he would be charged and convicted with murder because no innocent person makes this many contradictions and is so cavalier about lying about who they are and their past.

I hear of people getting convicted and getting the death penalty with less inconsistencies but if you are a witness they say it is expected if a suspect it means your guilty.

John P. said...

I like the fact that Floyd is this great ex-marine and military expert but has no idea what kind of guns he was holding nor can he figure out what way a car is pointing with tons of hints by the cop but instead insists that the passanger must have fired shots too instead instead of getting the hint that the car was not pointed that way. He also is incapable of getting it that Liko fired more than one shot even with hints.

John P. said...

Floyd couln't have had his arm on Caleb's throat because he shot through the damn passanger window!!!!!!!

John P. said...

Nothing Floyd says in his description says Liko hit Mckay twice. In fact the officers have to push and push and push and push to get him to describe him getting hit twice all because Floyd made this statement originally along with the other bizzarre statements.

Did anybody else see Mckay get hit twice?

arguswest said...

Floyd didnt have his arm on Cabes throat..
Caleb was buring his head between his knees while Floyd executed Liko.
He ( Caleb ) told me that he could feel the guns discharge over him while he tried to duck even lower..
Floyds statements are falling apart one by one..
But what will happen because of this??
Another North Country coverup.
Damn..
This sucks.

Anonymous said...

It's also sort of bizarre that Floyd has the direction of the car wrong, which of course doesn't make sense from a logistical standpoint, and for a moment seems to question whether maybe the person in the passenger seat must have done the shooting -- as if he was suddenly not sure that it was actually Liko.

Anonymous said...

Arguswest, since you know him, I really, really, really hope that Caleb knows that there are a lot of people in the community -- some who know him, and many, many more who don't -- thinking about him, knowing that he's going through a heckuva wringer, and rooting for him to come through it as best as possible. Virtual hugs to him.

arguswest said...

3:56..

He does.
Thank you.

John P. said...

Floyd doesn't even know the difference between a double action or a single action pistol?!?!?!

Yet, he told the investigators he was Special Forces ... not only did they not check his story but bet they didn't take a blood test either to check for drugs and or alcohol.

Anonymous said...

OK so floyd admits to killing a bunch of people and he was to young to be in Vietnam... Ayotte are you retarded?

John P. said...

Floyd neither said anything to Liko nor put his hand in the vehicle because Caleb's window was closed ... he had to shoot through it as it has been shoot through.

John P. said...

Floyd says he was not able to clear the round in Liko's gun but yet investigators said both weapons were found in working order... So, it was no jammed and Liko had no reason to unjam and no reason to reload as it had bullets already in it and Liko had no spare rounds in the car.

Anonymous said...

I believe that Floyd shot bullets around Caleb on the ground, but I'm not sure if it was with McKay's gun or Liko's? He scared the shit out of that kid!
what a disaster!

John P. said...

Floyd's worse than freaking Ozzy Osborne ... in describing Mckay's vehicle "It was definitely a car" when asked if it was a car or a truck.

Anybody have a link or transcipt of the Floyd Jr. interview?

Anonymous said...

You know, this whole thing seems a bit too scary. Does anyone think that Floyd and McKay actually knew eachother? This could have been a set up. Maybe Floyd knew something about McKay? McKay did have a checkered past; beating his wife, getting caught in Mass with weapons in his car and not paying his bills. What was this guy all about? Things just don't seem to add up. Did he have some secret about the Chief of Police that he was holding over him? It seems like from all I have read on this story that the Chief would have fired this guy and moved on, but he didn't. weird.

John P. said...

here is a picture of Mckay's vehicle ... http://www.caledonianrecord.com/pages/top_news/story/291c853cf9a6

So, it was an unmarked truck?

Anonymous said...

I would like to know how much did the state of New Hampshire spend on pepper or OC spray last year?(State + Local + County + Prisons) What is their budget for chemical weapons and their intended use on citizens? How many gallons are in NH?

John said...

my bad - - got the names confused .. that is Floyd's truck. hmmm not between any other vehicles as protection.

Anonymous said...

I believe that the shooting bullets around the ground thing was false, and confirmed as false by Caleb (based on what I read).

Did anyone else pick up on Floyd saying that his PCP conviction was pot, that it was basically the same as THC? Um, not!

Anonymous said...

John, it was a Tahoe clearly marked Franconia Police.

debby said...

John P. said...

How old is Floyd? He seems kind of young to be a marine in special forces during Vietnam.

***Note he also lies during his interview about his arrest record.


John, I did a timeline on Floyd a bit back. It is posted here somewhere. He wasn't in Vietnam. That was a misprint. Marines from 76 to 79. Asia and NC, if I remember correctly.

Christopher King said...

2:33

I don't care about that.

There was no prohibition against what I did so because I exposed fraud and lies like this one that the government is perpetuating, they put me on a 1 year probation, then said I never satisfied the terms of my probation, which was also a lie.

Has nothing to do with a public official lying and refusing to be on camera in a public building about a public issue.

Got anything else?

To Arguswest and everyone else:

Caleb knows we've got his back and we talked about that briefly on the phone the other day.

Email me tonight or call me to discuss what is about to happen with the movie; I just talked to Connie and we're about to put it down.

kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com
603.438.8017m

Floyd's contradictions and the lies about the recorded witness statement are all going to get them, but good.

Remember, in addition to local media waking up to the coffee, there are others coming in a couple of weeks with August deadlines.

Lastly, I have mentioned the possibility of a setup before:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2007/06/kingcast-presents-unthinkable-what-if.html

.....and eve if not, it is kind of odd that Floyd should be there at that precise moment and STAY there. I see a cop situation that had not really escalated when Liko left the road and McKay left the road and I keep on driving down the road.

Toward Tamarack Tennis, just down the way, where Liko was CLEARLY motioning McKay to go.

BOTTOM LINE:

The State is hiding evidence and I busted them with their own emails. Take things methodically one step at a time. My litigation strategy, and my reporting strategy, is to make a lot of noise and watch the lies come out. I know exactly what I'm doing because I used to do what they are doing and I couldn't live with myself any longer.

Namaste.

Anonymous said...

It's open season in NH! Who's out numbered now?

Anonymous said...

straight from attorney general kelly the killer ayotte, viglante justice is OK...she made that much very clear...

debby said...

Anonymous said...

3:01 PM poster comment:

Am I missing something when I view the video of the first 5/11 stop? I do not see where McKay got out of his car to talk with Kenney. Did Kenney know why he was pulled over? I see them sitting there for over two minutes but do not see McKay talk to Kenney before Kenney drives off.

3:01 PM

response:

McKay is outside of the viewfinder. According to Caleb, Liko asked several times for another police officer as a witness or to let another cop altogether deal with the stop. McKay continually told him he did not have that choice. Liko tried at least 3 times to reach an uncle to come and bear witness. He asked McKay to meet him at Tamarac so there could be a witness. If they didn't cut the sound we would have heard all of this.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...


4:22 said:

You know, this whole thing seems a bit too scary. Does anyone think that Floyd and McKay actually knew eachother? This could have been a set up. Maybe Floyd knew something about McKay? McKay did have a checkered past; beating his wife, getting caught in Mass with weapons in his car and not paying his bills. What was this guy all about? Things just don't seem to add up. Did he have some secret about the Chief of Police that he was holding over him? It seems like from all I have read on this story that the Chief would have fired this guy and moved on, but he didn't. weird.


YES! I find it very bizarre that Floyd was there at that moment because as far as I am concerned I think Floyd is the only person that would do something like that in the town. Floyd's prior charge dropped - who did that? hate to say it but I have wondered about a set-up myself.

I do wonder about why Montminy kept McKay on. It was more like he was the chief instead of Montminy. McKay ran the horse and pony show.

I also have to say that it has made me wonder about ALL of these crazy things that have happened in and around Grafton County. A Maine residents body shows up in Franconia, Maura Murray missing, unsolved murders, 12 meth lab raids in Grafton County alone. It does make you wonder about the dirty secrets that can be hidden in small rural regions.

I think it is high time the townspeople and surrounding areas start a community watch and keep their eyes open to the corruption that is going down in our State.

Anonymous said...

Caveats that I'm not a professional transcriptionist, but here are a few interesting things from the Floyd interview.
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Floyd, at about 14:36: I picked it [gun] up and I leaned in to see what this guy was doing, and pressed my elbow into the passenger's throat to hold him in place, and the other guy was trying to jack [?] around then into the ten millimeter.
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Regarding the military and his drug convication (there were a few words I couldn't catch); this is at about 27:00.

Floyd: I was in the Marine Corps.
Interviewer: Vietnam era?
Floyd: Yeah, Vietnam era. I was in Force Recon, Special Forces of the Marine Corps, and I worked for the government in places and things you can't talk about.
Interviewer: So were you in combat in Vietnam?
Floyd: Not _________, I worked on special projects. I wasn't _______ (on the front?).
Interviewer: Do you have a criminal record?
Floyd: Yes I do.
Interviewer: What is that for?
Floyd: Pot.
Interviewer: So you're a convicted felon.
Floyd: Right.
Interviewer: Were you ever charged with anything other than for pot?
Floyd: Yeah, they called it PCP, but we called it THC.