Enough already. I have set forth enough facts in the last two/posts posts alone that I will never regret outing Dean on this one because this case is heinous enough that it compels complete disclosure from everyone involved. The email will be a part of my public policy argument when I sue Kelly for full disclosure.
I read Beverley Wang's latest diatrible against Liko Kenney in today's Nashua Telegraph and decided it's time to start dropping hammers. I've heard a Kennney family member helped our out of the mud at Liko's funeral. They should have left her there to wallow because I'm sure she's used to swimming in something of like texture with worse odor; she is a bought-and-sold little brown-noser mouthpiece of the establishment and couldn't spell Fourth Estate if you spoon fed the letters to her from a can of Campbell's saltiest.
The first hammer is from well-respected Nashua Telegraph columnist and feature editor Dean Shalhoup:
Subject: RE: Missing witness statements in Right to Know materials?
Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2007 19:57:47 -0400
From: "Dean Shalhoup" email@example.com
To: "Christopher King" firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Chris, thanks much, appreciate it!!
Been enjoying your posts on the Franconia thing...i saw a lot of issues the first time I heard about it. I was particularly taken aback by some of the quotes from various law enforcement personnel, canonizing this apparently rogue cop as well as some looney tune with a loaded gun who stopped by and got a chance to shoot someone...and I quickly got tired of hearing MacKay being called a "hero" ... To me, cops are "heroes" when they're killed trying to preserve law and order or saving a citizen's or another officer's life, or getting trapped in a burning building in an effort to save lives...MacKay doesn't sound much like a hero to me, that's for sure.
Not that I condone violence and killing people, but it appears that just as many people could call that Kenney kid a "hero" for stopping a wildman cop from taking a few more lives before he got canned or retired...
Anyway, I ramble a bit--ha Keep up the good 1st Amendment work!
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This is getting very interesting:
I'm not going to say what I have heard from the locals (and remember, it is a small town) but you better believe there are some serious questions here.