06 July 2007

KingCast explains Huey P. Newton and Liko Kenney in the Franconia shooting tragedy: Involuntary reflex = not guilty of murder.

I have been waiting to say this for a while now about my brother Liko. As the KingCast open letter to Union Leader Publisher Joseph W. McQuaid shows, the most that Liko Kenney was guilty of on 5/11 was manslaughter, and perhaps not even that. Consider the case of State v. Huey P. Newton, when Newton, wounded in the abdomen and scared, shot and killed a police officer. Newton's conviction was ultimately overturned because he was in a state of unconsciousness, as was Liko Kenney after taking a 2003 beat down for no reason in a place that was NOT suspicious, a 2007 Tahoe-slam to the Toyota and a can of mace to the face. Damn. Watch his hands fly up when McKay rams his car, he is screaming WHAT THE FUCK????

30 March 2008 update now that KingCast won the Right-to-Know case, Grafton 07-E-268Second is Policy D: Pursuit Tactics:
(4) Officers may not intentionally use their vehicle to bump or ram the suspect's vehicle in order to force the vehicle to stop or to be pushed into a ditch.

Pursuit shall be immediately terminated in any of the following circumstances:

(E) The suspects identity has been established to the point that later apprehension can be accomplished, and there is no longer any need for immediate apprehension.

What part of that did McKay not understand? Over a damn inspection sticker? Something in the water does not compute. I hate this guy -- he also violated the OC Spray policies and then he died.

Anyone with half a brain, including Publisher McQuaid, can clearly see that Liko was trying to avoid a direct confrontation with Bruce McKay and to get some witnesses against a dirty cop.

But no analysis of any of that, instead we celebrate a known felon who has been blatantly disrespectful to police for killing a cop killer. Spare me the nonsense and shame on you, Attorney Ayotte.

Just the law.

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Whew, busy day, eating sushi and stuff at Minado over in Natick, and watching Molly Shannon show off a whole lot of leg on "The View," appropriately enough. As noted in today's story, I relate to her being such a character because actually we both are really kind of shy. I haven't seen her since the late 80's a while after high school, but Molly honey you're looking damn fine love you always.

48 comments:

Christopher King said...

But, you ask, what about “involuntary” manslaughter? In this case, it’s not the “act” that is involuntary; it’s the result that was involuntary. In other word, the act itself was typically voluntary, (i.e., hitting someone over the head with a bat in a brawl), but the fact that they died as a result was not intended, hence the use of the term involuntary manslaughter.

Again, just the law.

Anonymous said...

What about a self defense theory, or justified shooting of McKay to protect Caleb, or temporary insanity based on years of terrorism by McKay? All could fit.

Lenny Briscoe said...

Law & Order got nothing on Kingcast.

Anonymous said...

Except that under NH law, there is no apparent legal justification for Liko's cold blooded murder of Officer McKay.

The law requires immediate danger. McKay was walking away, with his back to the murderer.

The law requires the one threatened to retreat if possible. McKay had his back to the murderer, who could have exited the car and fled.

As for the pepper affecting the murderer driving over McKay, the murderer managed to put 5 of 7 rounds into McKay, while leaning out of a car window. This indicates that he used the sights. If he used the sights, it means that he wasn't blind. Which means that when he ran over McKay (twice), it wasn't because he didn't see him.

What we should do is to encourage McKay's widow and children to file suit against the murderer's estate and his family.

I also think a billboard outside of the murderer's home declaring that a low-life cop killer lived here until he was appropriately brought down by a former Marine.

Liko died.

Too bad we can't execute him.

Otherwise there is no difference in the ultimate outcome.

Either way, he's going to burn....

Anonymous said...

2:46 - wow! you are wacked! so, was McKay married? I thought he was divorced and let's see - Liko was of age, so guess what? Since he didn't have anything, then there ain't much to get.
what I think is that the Kenney family needs to take down the town of Franconia, so this doesn't happen again! People shouldn't have guns - and people who have guns and are cops need to be evaluted. There were mental health issues on both sides here, this cannot be ignored!

Anonymous said...

Again, just the law.

No, again just the law the way King sees it.

Anonymous said...

Reply to 3:07

I see another cop-killer lover has appeared.

You are right about one thing, we need to make sure it doesn't happen again. If the cop-killer had been sent to prison the first time like he should have been, then a good cop would still be alive and Liko would have been fending off the amorous advances of Bubba.

As far as whacked, the murderers own uncle stated that Liko was paranoid, Liko had a history of assaulting people, including his own kinfolk, of threatening witnesses, etc.

As to the lawsuit, the murderers family failed to take the necessary steps to seek treatment and/or commitment for their mentally deranged child, and could be found liable under several different theories. Look it up in Lexis or Westlaw.

Anonymous said...

Liko was definetly coo coo for cocoa puffs, in my expert opinion.

JP said...

2:46 PM

I am confident that Liko could not have gone with self-defense but as I said in another post, there is no way a jury in that area would convict him of murder and it at best been a hung jury but they most likely would have negotiated with one another on some low level manslaughter charge.

As for self defense. The moron post from what appears to be a cop is way off base. That helps me understand it is a cop in that area because of the ignorance of insurrecting the law.

A self defense claim would have gone down like this ... Liko could not have walked away. There was a man who just used deadly force (his vehicle) against him and then also assaulted him without cause or warning with chemical agents. The same man was armed and although acting illegal was a cop and could easily justify killing Liko. So, was Liko to run from the car and be shot? Same holds true for leaving in his vehicle that Mckay blocked in and as far as Liko knew it was blocked in.

As for fearing for safety.. the prior assaults against him with a man with a gun would make a normal person believe they were in for more assault and that Mckay was not walking away jack-ass (had to add that) and no reasonable person would believe Mckay was done with Liko and leaving.

LET US NOT FORGET THAT THE LAW IS CLEAR .. If a cop is using excessive force against you, then you are legally correct to defend yourself and the right of self defense does come into play. Maybe in some back-woods court and police station they would not agree but the Supreme Court of both the State and country would as it has already been tested in court.

So, Liko being in immanent a situation where he feared for his safety is without question true. The only question is would a reasonable person in a similar situation with a similar past with Mckay feel this way and I would guess many would and at very minimum, 1 out of 12 would and that equals a hung Jury.

Now Jackass (that name fits you so well), NO REASONABLE PERSON would believe that Mckay was going away and going to let Liko leave. So there is just no way in the world this situation doesn't pass the test of being able to safely remove yourself from the situation.

However, I believe that Liko would have had numerous defenses to present the shooting as justifiable and although there is no taking away he did wrong and a jury would likely want him punished, these defenses would give them the ability to find him guilty of a much lesser charge than murder because the jury would also understand this was not anything like a case of a cold blooded murder and that Mckay played a role in his own death.

I am not lawyer but given that I am not a cop like yourself, it would seem I am better suited to speak about the law since they were designed to help the public and not give you a God complex.

JP said...

3:35 PM

This person is angry because he is being forced to see himself for what he is and needs to find a forum like this to try to get some of his hateful and ignorant self convictions back ... is he says his idiotic things enough, he will start to believe it again.

JP said...

2:46

PM And let us not forget that Liko didn't run over Mckay twice or even once and that Floyd's actions caused the vehicle to land on Mckay.

Also, pepper spray / OC spray don't hit full force for the few seconds and that is how Liko got off those shots immediatly after being sprayed. If you had paid attention in clase you might have learned this. In fact, this is a big reason why OC spray is now the prefered agent instred of Mace.

But am guessing you were to busy dreaming about how you would be abusing people and feeling your power over others because of your tiny willy instead of paying any attention to training. I now can understand why you relate to Mckay so much because he clearly appeared to be day dreaming during all his training too.

Anonymous said...

If the law is so clear JP give a couple of examples, cite court law. that would be a better way to back up your agrument. The supreme court and state court says Liko was wrong, how about that.

Anonymous said...

mckay was a bad cop...
he was a sneak and a liar and a bully; he was a cruel frightened little psychopath...how was is targetted victim to know what the guy was gonna do, he was shot in the side, was he going for his gun??

not in his back as reported...and liko didn't drive over him; your faux semper fi hero, one of those truly pathetic psycho types that wants to take glory out of 50,000 real soldiers dying in Nam...saying he was there special forces, and he wasn't...he lies up down and sideways and this guy up top is stewing in his stupid juices...good...

liko had a beautiful spirit; did everything that day to avoid a conflict with this out of control psycho that the chief and the select board allowed to roam the courts with his lying criminality...(attested to by an attorney who posted here not long ago)...

so u can namecall and sloganize all u want...
copkiller this...murderer that...
floyd murdered liko and the car rolled onto mckay and ripped his balls off...
there's your special forces semper fi hero in action...ripping a cops balls off with his murderous stupidty...and stay tuned...the idiot's on the loose...

it shows you how incomptenet, complict and out of touch the 'authorities' up here are...which is so sad...
...so many good worthy soul filled, honest peace keeping officers out there...
and ayotte divides it all up neatly for reactionary mobs...
mckay got himself killed...
not by making a mistake, tho this tape will be proliferate in training tapes the nation over...for 'check out how this cruel idiot got himself killed over nothing at all'
a shame that liko was sacrificed on the altar of this incident...a bigger shame that it echoes outward into the culture as a pack of lies cleverly staged from the gitgo that night...
mckay killed liko...liko wasn't gunning for anyone.
floyd killed liko...liko wasn't gunning for anyone...or he could have taken out mckay and floyd both on the way IN...
not putting both of his hands clearly up after being violently rammed time and time again...only to have mckay come in for his closeup...well, he got his closeup...

the shame of it is all those good cops out there...all those cops who care about truth law and community...all those young cops trying to make a career...all those experienced cops with years of righteous service behind them...get smeared with this shit...and it's coming from THEIR leader...chief law enforcement officer of the state...a thorough monica goodling construct that was born to lie and to keep getting FUNDED and APPOINTED by the rnc...
and who has denigrated the working police, the United States Marine Corp, the people of New Hampshire...hell, even the moose look embarassed...

great job up monty and the selectboard...great job...
protect and serve...great job kids...
throw 'em all out...

citizens review board needs to write local guidelines and get them passed as law...because those we've entrusted authority to, on the communities behalf...are ineffectual at best...criminal liars at worse...
god bless the working police officer...i must believe they are by far majority not mckays...not those officer.com idiots...

not wanna be marines talking tough, pretending they were amidst the 50,000 plus who were in the blood and mud...
this story is bullshit from day one...
and the real story is coming out...and people don't like it...certain people don't...

no one's gonna stand up for a 'copkiller'...and the thought of such a thing makes me relexively ill...
...mckay pushed the enveolope, broke the law in spirit and letter with regularity, and got my friend killed, after keeping him tense and torutured, like a canary and a cat, for years...

push come to shove...look what u get.
a sad shame all around...
bless you Liko; love and light...and all deep sympathy to your wonderful and truly kind parents...
we miss you.

Anonymous said...

3:35:

You's practicing without no license bub. Liko was an adult when it came down. No parental liabilty in ANY state in that case unless you's researching the state of BUZZ-HARD.

Anonymous said...

jp:

Right on about self-defense. In the end, a jury call, but a great lawyer, a fact-driven story that Liko was terrorized by a narcissistic psychopath, and facts showing McKay busted the very laws he was enpowered to enforce would do it.

There ain't no way Liko gets convicted of first degree murder on even the reported facts.

gp said...

Ah, another Village Idiot appears.

JP, did you see anything in any of my posts that indicated that I was a cop? I didn’t think so.

To get a jury instruction of self-defense in New Hamphire, one must show evidence in support of that defense. Assuming, arguendo, that the cold blooded murderer (Liko) did not have an opportunity to retreat, he would still have to had met the requirements of the statute. NH RSA Section 627:4 covers this area, and there is no way that the murderer could have met that standard. Officer McKay was moving away from Liko, with his back to him. The statute requires that the murderer show that McKay:

“Is about to use unlawful, deadly force against the actor or a third person;”

See State v. Holt, 493 A.2d 483 (N.H. Sup. Ct. 1985)

The trial court would not have found that McKay was using “unlawful, deadly force” against the murderer. The vehicle, in its manner of use, would not have met the NH definition of a deadly weapon in that its manner of use was not likely to cause death or serious bodily injury. See State v. Hull, 827 A.2d 1001 (N.H. Sup. Ct. 2003).

At the time he was murdered in cold blood, McKay was with his back to the murderer, even if he did intend to come back. Since there had been no unlawful force used by McKay and since he was facing away, the judge would never grant a self-defense instruction.

One must remember that the murderer Liko had committed several criminal offenses leading up to his being peppered. He had committed a traffic infraction (leading to the initial stop, it’s called probable cause), then he fled in violation of RSA 265:4 (an A misdemeanor), and he had fought with officers previously (see the 2003 videotape). McKay was clearly within legal bounds to apply pepper spray to the murderer.

I have no doubt that had the murderer not been bravely confronted and stopped by Floyd, he would have been convicted of Capital Murder and hopefully sentenced to death. If we were really lucky, the lethal injection would not have been possible, and he would have been hung by his neck until he was dead.

It is obvious that you are not an attorney. Village Idiots rarely are.

debby said...

JP said...

3:35 PM

"This person is angry because he is being forced to see himself for what he is and needs to find a forum like this to try to get some of his hateful and ignorant self convictions back ... is he says his idiotic things enough, he will start to believe it again."

scales falling from your eyes...

The day came when the pain to stay the same became greater than the pain to change.

I pray for this day.

Anonymous said...

"I have no doubt that had the murderer not been bravely confronted and stopped by Floyd, he would have been convicted of Capital Murder and hopefully sentenced to death. If we were really lucky, the lethal injection would not have been possible, and he would have been hung by his neck until he was dead."


You are a creepy dude.

JP said...

gp .. interesting that you do not only deny being a cop but don't even try to insinuate you are not a jackass. However, I am going to upgrade that to Dumb-Ass since you you feel a need to mention your deduction that I am not a lawyer when I clearly stated that in my post. Lastly, just as you paid no attention in the police academy, you now try to argue about what I posted and it is clear you did not pay attention because everything you are saying has already been addressed.

Not all cops are dumb wife beating abusing child molestors but your ignorance should even make them embarrassed.

Anonymous said...

"You are right about one thing, we need to make sure it doesn't happen again. If the cop-killer had been sent to prison the first time like he should have been, then a good cop would still be alive and Liko would have been fending off the amorous advances of Bubba."

All of you guys sound like the same person. I guess you have all taken the same classes. Cookie cutter boys. Programmed? - turn around....do you have a wind up button on your back or puppet strings attached to sticks? Nothing but hate filled aggressors. We can sense your desire to pistol whip us. Freaks. You need therapy.

GP said...

VI,

Since obviously you can't figure it out, no, I am not a cop.

Never have been, never will be, never wanted to be. I would rather make more money doing what I have been doing.

I'm sure you can figure that one out, or do I need to spell it out for you?

Anonymous said...

Nothing you can do to erase a bully cop. Nothing. A history of abusive use of power cannot be changed.

Liko's Aunt took a restraining order out because Liko grabbed her arm and tried to take the camera from her.

McKay beat the crap out of his wife many times.

I would say that beating your wife is the greater offense.

JP said...

gp - you should actually be thanking Liko.

Without him you would not have anywhere to vent all this hatred you have for life without your fear that people will see the real you. Instead you take on these Faux Pro Conservative & American issues to speak of how you want to kill people.

Sorry to say that things are changing and the nuts who once ignored you are even seeing you as a scary dude and as for the rest of the population ,, the great majority are fead up with this stuff and the new generation is so not on this page anymore and very much not the sheep followers that have allowed too many of your kind to bully and scare others.

It is time you seek help and go talk to somebody about those memories of daddy sneaking into your room when you were young and him smelling of booze doing all those horrible things to you that now make you feel like that same scared little boy but now having a way to take out that fear and anger on others.

Life is too short to go through it with such feelings of hatred and fear of your fellow man.

Get Help My Man and stop being scared to care.

Maybe get a new job where you can feel like you are worth something. Less face it, we have way too many cops and that is why more than 80% of the prison population is non-violent and in there for some drug or alchol related issue. These issues can be addressed with care, not brutality. You need bad guys to feel like you are worth something because the truth is that cops do very very little for the good guys.

Let the majority of people in this country describe their encounters with police and 90% will be bad experiences that cost them either money or a certain amount of their dignity. The rest of the 10% were mostly a waste of life that could be better spent than telling a cop about the property they had stolen that the police will NEVER find or return.

We need cops but no matter how many we have, they aren't going to be there when they are needed and therefore lets save the tax payers money and get rid of 80% of them. We can file our reports online since cops are more interested in arresting people when there is no victim and just something they can test-lie about.

People often become the way you treat them and it is funny how a number of industilized nations have cops patrol without guns and they get assaulted less, have less crimes and certainly less percentage of their population behid bars because Free America leads the race when it comes to locking up the largest percentage of their population.

JP said...

I would rather make more money doing what I have been doing. I'm sure you can figure that one out, or do I need to spell it out for you?

I had no idea of the money that could be made letting people ride on your back to the bottom of the Grand Canyon.

Please don't try to imply that you are an attorney because I know that is not true. It is possible you want to be one and maybe even have taken some classed but you have shown you have no ability to interpret the law and that is a must for any attorney otherwise we would not need lawyers or judges.

The law is like the bible. There are countless people who believe in the bible from Muslims to Christians and none interpret it the same way ... the law is no different.

And a reminder, I am just5 a concerned citizen but I do not that you are neither of these things but are tying to imply you are.

Anonymous said...

has anybody on this site ever done their patriotic duty of being on a jury? Listening to people make idle speculation, makes it painfully obvious not many have ever had the honor of sitting on a juror. Probably too busy to bother with such idle civic duties. Before a jury can make a decision they are briefed by the judge about the law. The jury can only work within the confines of the law being tried.

Anonymous said...

The only plea offer that Liko would have been given would have been life. This is all speculation, because he is rotting in hell and is well beyond man's law. So here's a theory about Floyd, what he did isn't murder either, at worst manslaughter.

Christopher King said...

3:29

You're a jackass.

You make no attempt to tie the facts to the law whatsoever, as I have, using Floyd Jr.'s own testimony that Liko did NOT run McKay over twice.

And let's see what we get from Chief Montminy about that "suspicious place" in due course.

That's the law, fool.

Christopher King said...

8:14

I don't care what plea OFFER is made, it's whether or not the state could prove its case to a Jury. The State never made me a reasonable OFFER in its cases against me; I told them to go to hell and pushed for trial and the cases fell apart.

Once a Jury knew the relevant background of Bruce McKay there is no way in the hell Liko gets life for killing him. No. Freaking. Way.

But how in the hell could Kelly Ayotte analyse any of that in 24 hours?

That's the point, fool.

Meanwhile, here's some more stupid police/government stuff going on relative to Jaffrey and Chief Dunn and City Manager John Sistare as reported in the Union Mis-leader today:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2007/07/kingcast-welcomes-former-jaffrey-town.html

Namaste.

Anonymous said...

Best evidence rule and hearsay would sink the defense

Christopher King said...

And to you LE out there, you can ask one of the Reconciliation members in Franconia about my earnestness in this endeavor.

I do NOT encourage shooting police officers, but you know if you are continually a rogue and disrespectuful cop you place yourself at substantial peril.

Remember the money quote:

"I always thought they would find him dead by the side of the road, and if it wasn't Liko it would have been someone else."

The other people who nodded in agreement did NOT do so out of glee, but rather out of sadness.

Again, the blood of Liko Kenney and of Bruce McKay will bathe the souls of the Franconia selectmen as they come to meet their makers.

Namaste.

Christopher King said...

10:03

NH AG Kelly Ayotte knows NOTHING about the Best Evidence Rule; I schooled her good on it though, won a motion to suppress:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2005/12/king-to-court-they-are-lying.html

Just the facts.

GP said...

Wow, the head VI showed up to call anyone that opposed his view a jackass.

LOL, at least I still practice law, instead of running a half-assed blog that supports cop-killers.

Of course, none of my brothers are convicts, so I guess I can understand the lame attempts to run down the government.

In any event, it doesn't matter. The low life murderer is dead.

Anonymous said...

the lowlife murderer was set free that same night, to terrorize the surrounding villages...
couldn't wait to hit the village store to read about himself the next morning...the papers were sold out...he had to announce his kill anyway...
point blank suckerbait coward...like mckay...what a team i tell ya...

gp; why you call people village idiots, then a long paragraph based on the false impression that mckay was shot in the back...
try to stay with the game ok? we're patient...we're trying to go slow for you...
look at the e.v.i.d.e.n.c.e.
check the ag r.e.p.o.r.t.

mckay was shot in the side...so all your argumendo italicized pseudo law posturing comes to naught my boy...
mckay's gun was out...a lot of shots were fired...ayotte assumes this and assumes that...the testimony is confused lies contradicting each other...
was mcaky gun in hand?
was he going for his gun?
was he only going for his gun after he had been hit fairly close range with four or five .45 rounds...??
or was he sufficently disabled...your pycho 'murderer on the loose' floyd criminal liar hero says the gun was out...

so these are all hypotheticals...but if you don't know the facts, or are repeating hynotized spin, it dosen't make whatever basic point you want to honestly express as a human in conscience, very credible...so coming in with the 'village idiots' remark and then proving it's yourself, is a forgivable, but foolish thing...

that autopsy would be relevant to a jury in this hypothetical paradigm.
ok? i'm goin' by the autopsy report, or what ayotte has bequeathed portions of...
was mckay going for his gun?

or did floyd do all the shooting...was mckay's arm tested for gunfire residue?
why did floyd blow a hole thru the front wheelshield killing Liko...was he scared? if he didn't say anything and just started firing, as was his testimony, (but not his lying kids...nor ayottes, the fools...) was he scared or just crazy?

anyway, lots of questions you don't want to answer and reports you don't want to absorb...so why call others 'village idiots'...
are you a sociopath? or just in pain because the spin has got ya...?

i bet they'll lose the bullet fragments too...maybe they came from liko's gun and mckay's gun...but floyd testified that liko's gun flew out the window...but then he shot him to death anyway because he was 'scared for his life?'...or could clearly see Liko's gun in his lap from a position in front of the car????????????????

a lot of postulation?
yep, cause funny thing...
get this...you're not gonna believe it...really, come closer for a sec...
psssss...all the audio "failed"....
who woulda thunk...
do they buy the equipment from a bad ebay seller? cause we should defund their allowance...
guess what...the video failed too...or was stopped, for some reason...
right where it counted most...just dead stopped...
imagine that...the audio and the video...coincidence is the devil's playground i guess...
...welllll, we've put it together...more to be revealed...


u make it sound cut and dry...we've cut thru some of the spin for you...
do some homework and come back without the tude...
and make your point...
yes it was awful...yes it was horrible...yes everybody wishes to God it never happened...
it was mckay's play...we're all just the characters in ayottes now...just 'village idiots'...she's especially endangered and hurt the police community, the prosecutorial community and every true fighting member of our armed forces...
we fight to protect the constitution and remain free...Liko had the Constitution with him that day i've heard a rumor...that he had the Bill of Rights with him in the car even; not sure if that's true...
nut for certain he had read them, absorbed them, believed in them...and was shown that it was void where prohibited...
as a citizen, le or not, that should concern you...
but it does not...
slam away. sincerely, good health to you...it's not so cut and dry as it's been presented for you...
the research is available many places...including easily downloadable pdf file...check it out in your own privacy for your own self...you are too hurt and angry and arrogant to bring some even-ness of temper and tone here...but at least for yourself...check out the inconsistencies...
anyway...you'll see how the law in action pretty soon...
the actual law...not the back alley smack down attempt...that action, clearly, sometimes doesn't get you all the way home...
...even a village idiot knows that...

Anonymous said...

gp:

Who are you calling a village idiot? You side with those who must make a case beyond a reasonable doubt to 12 neutral jurors and claim opposing views are idiotic? Are you psychic or just arrogant? How do you know what juries will think?

No decent jury would convict Liko of murder on the known facts in NH. The facts show Liko and Caleb were, without legal cause or justification, and in violation of a court order or legal agreement that Liko was entitled on request officers other than McKay, entrapped, assaulted and battered by a policeman in a motor vehicle. These acts fit a pattern of McKay abuse of Liko. No one knows what McKay said to Liko during the Macing, except perhaps Ayotte et al, who muffled/destroyed the police video released to the public. The facts show a long history of McKay menacing Liko verbally. The significance of Liko's shooting McKay is a pure jury call in a trial, which is why Ayotte et al justified Floyd. Ayotte thereby guranteed that there will be no jury (or even judge) trial of the ultimate issues of the reasonableness of McKay's, Liko's and Floyd's 5-11 acts. That is the very heart of this case and why Franconians are justfiably outraged.

If you are lawyer, you are a poor one. You have virtually no respect for objective analysis of the truth, nor the depth with which the law treats serious subjects like murder in the US, let alone in more civilized places.

Christopher King said...

2:28 and 11:26

Confuscious say:

Man with half-assed blog defeat half-assed lawyers every time:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2005/12/king-to-court-they-are-lying.html

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2006/09/kingcast-to-nh-kelly-ayotte-court-wtf.html

And I'll practice law again when I'm finished making a movie about the lies perpetuated by the State in this case.

Perhaps 11:26 can star as the incompetent, lying and deceitful Jeffery Strelzin.

Christopher King said...

Oh, wait:

11:26 is John Sistare coming back to the good ol' U.S. of A after killing a few dozen Iraqi citizens:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2007/07/kingcast-welcomes-former-jaffrey-town.html

Just showed up to talk some smiggity-smack on a "half-assed" blog.

Wonder how good his blog and movies are.

Wonder what a life he's got that he has to troll around in half-assed blogs. Whenever I come to a "half-assed blog" I just keep on going, no need to waste my time reading or commenting, yo.'

Anonymous said...

gp:

What about facts Floyd shot Liko through his windshield, without warning, causing Liko to panic and unintentionally run over, causing his fatal injuries, and that the gun shots wounded rather than kill McKay?

It is just as likely that Floyd was a deadly intervening force in McKay's death as he was in Liko's, and he's the man the Ayotte let go.

It is a truly twisted criminal world in NH today.

Christopher King said...

4:05:

Exactly what I was typing for today's post:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2007/07/kingcast-reviews-franconia-511-footage.html

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Reviewing some of the footage from Concord at the scene below is intense; remember I am saying all of this before the official evidence is released so I'm going off of what my sources have told me, and they were totally correct:

"So does Liko get out of his car?"
"No, he never get's out of his car."
"But didn't he run him over?"
"No, Man, no.... I don't think he meant to run him over...."


And of couse now we see through the sworn statements of Floyd, Jr. Liko did NOT intend to run McKay over because he stopped short of his arm the first time, then as he was likely trying to pull away in a different direction -- toward Tamarack -- Shooter Floyd indeed "gave him a third eye," which did then cause the car to come to a stop on McKay as noted by Junior, so it could be Floyd's fault that McKay died with a ruptured scrotal sack, or even that he died at all. Maybe he would have survived the gunshots. Probably not, but maybe. And then Floyd walked over to Caleb and tried to kill him, too, but he ducked (remember the quick yoga session I witnessed on my lawn) and then it was too late and Floyd couldn't rationalize killing him so he tried to make him pick up the gun and Caleb said no. Then Floyd terrorized Caleb and shot the place up and his bullets arrived in the McKenzie house and barn as noted at pp. 26-27 of the official report.

And then NH AG Kelly Ayotte and Jeffery Strelzin tried to cover all of it up but it took us just less than two (2) weeks to figure it out, thanks to Junior.

John P. said...

8:13 PM

You are not a lawyer but LE and that is clear. You speak of laws and Jury system from the point of something you read.

Jury's make deals and act on emotion. Why do you think they deliberate so long so often?

The judge can state the law as much as he wants but in their hearts they do what they feel is right and compromise with other jurors to arrive at a verdict.

There is a reason our system has a jury of citizens (peers) and not lawyers. They need to relate to the accused more than the state.

Liko's jury should by law be made of of people much like himself and not like you.

Anonymous said...

I have sat on a jury's bench so I know for a fact how the system works. So it has not been something I have read about. His jury would have been made up from people around the county. each side can only dismiss so many potential jurors. From my jury duty, of the people that did show up many many including myself had to sit on several different trials. So it would be all luck of the draw to get a jury sympathetic to Liko's case. Judging by other blogs and post the few people on this site are just the vocal minority.

Timothy Leary said...

Speaking of movies Chris, where the hell is the next installment? American Lawyer III has been out on DVD for months, and nothing new from Dharma studios. Step on it. Even some stuff of you and your friends running around in the woods would do.

Lots of anger and name call out here these days. Even in death, Liko and McKay keep the fight going. Back to the Time Bandits analogy, Evil looking into his Crystal ball, mocking the ready fallibility of humanity. At the drop of a dime, off we charge.

Everone, take some time today to love someone, and at the very least, get laid. Channel your chi.

Anonymous said...

"If you are lawyer, you are a poor one. You have virtually no respect for objective analysis of the truth, nor the depth with which the law treats serious subjects like murder in the US, let alone in more civilized places."

This comment is the truth and it is more than obvious that this person is basing everything he is saying based on personal opinion. I doubt he has read the first statement. He didn't need to, he "knew" his own brand of truth from the start.

You don't sound very smart to me. I guess that is why you have to keep grandstanding how much money you make. How much money you make certainly doesn't prove the integrity of the man, just how good you play the game. I doubt you are making so much of it anyway because no one that did, acts like you about it. You reek of phoney - baloney, dude.

Anonymous said...

I have served as a juror twice in my life. I know the system. I have served on a jury where the accused attorney showed reasonably that 2 men had set another man up. The guy got off.

I also served where a juror would not go with the law and we had a hung jury.

The system is pretty screwed up and any lawyer, cop, judge, etc., watches the system let the guilty walk free and lock up the innocent. Our justice system is lacking tremendously.

If you are ACTUALLY an attorney then you know that it does not always work - that's just the way it is. The judicial system has huge flaws in it.

Christopher King said...

FIrst of all, it is obvious someone has no clue of what they speak when they write that this was "Cold-blooded" in any measure because it is obvious that Liko did NOT intend to kill McKay that day. He was just trying to get home, and made telephone calls to Tamarack and was motioning to get there to have witnesses.

That's not "cold-blooded" anything, that is clearly heat of passion, which is the legal standard for what????

MANSLAUGHTER at most.

Just the facts.

Just the law.

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"Judging by other blogs....."

Which other blogs?

I've seen PLENTY of other blogs and boards where people think that the Government is hiding the Truth, and I see it and hear it from the tables I wait on at night in a VERY conservative white area of Massachusetts.

And just think of how many people would really be up in arms about the years of benign neglect shown by Franconia (de)selectmen and Chief Montminy if the mass media actually printed the truth, as Joe McQuaid has refused to do:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2007/07/kingcast-open-letter-to-union-leader.html

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Dear Timothy:

We don't just put up any old movie just to put up any old movie. It's quite an organic and spiritual process; that is why each of the movies we have put up is still topical today, even if some of them are a bit cryptic and designed for a specific purpose.

That thing will be done in its natural time.

Peace.

Bobby Seal said...

Well, then, how about calling a press conference?

Anonymous said...

10:19, I'd also like to see the many other blogs you're referring to, beyond, of course, those dedicated to Marines or Law Enforcement. I'm sure you'll be happy to link us so that we can read for ourselves.

As for the "vocal minority" comment, as someone who lives up here in the thick of things, I can assure you that you're wrong about that. In fact, for the most part, people know that things aren't as they are portrayed in most of the statewide and nationwide press. However, there is a great fear among people here of speaking out lest they or their children wind up targeted by the police. Those who support the police are, in fact, much more likely to be vocal.

And for the record since it seems important to some people for some reason, yes, I have served on a jury.

Foro Van Neinbaaster said...

Christopher King has a pattern of bending the facts so they better fit his version of events, and allow him to carry forward his pseudo civil rights ambition.

Liko in 2003 behaved like an irresponsible spoiled kid when he got out of the vehicle and started walking towards cops. You don't do that, and you don't argue about "not having done anything wrong". That's not the protocol in situations like this. Also, real men don't whine like Liko did, but admittedly that's beyond the point.

In Chris King's (JD) opinion, however, the police WERE WRONG for simply following their codes and protocol.

Now, to the so-called "tahoe-ram". The officer did the right thing by blocking Liko's way (after all, Liko just ran once).

Liko would have not gotten a first degree murder conviction, because this was a chance encounter that day. That much is true.

I'm not sure whether if that senseless was cold blooded or not. On one hand, Liko was agitated (and he had reasons to be, have previous run-ins with the law and driving with expired registration and some weed in his car). On the other hand, his life was never in danger in all of this, and that's what aultimately matters. He pulled that trigger because, being a spoled brat as he was, he believed he had the right to be p!ssed off and to be above law.

It's entirely hypocritical of C.King JD to pretend to be preoccupied with lawfullness and legality while doing his darnest to portray a pot-smoking and gun toting loser-come-murderer as some kind of a hero.

Christopher King said...

1:19

Hey Foro whomever you really are with no Blogger Profile until you came to my case and now disappeared.

We won the case and will soon be reviewing that dash cam video, fool.

And the whole world will know how evil Bruce McKay is, threatening his own co-workers.

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2008/03/released-bruce-mckay-files-reveal.html

And violating his own Town policies.

Second is Policy D: Pursuit Tactics:
(4) Officers may not intentionally use their vehicle to bump or ram the suspect's vehicle in order to force the vehicle to stop or to be pushed into a ditch.

Pursuit shall be immediately terminated in any of the following circumstances:

(E) The suspects identity has been established to the point that later apprehension can be accomplished, and there is no longer any need for immediate apprehension.

Liko Kenney is indeed a hero, not because he shot McKay but because he stood up to McKay's Unconstitutional seizure in 2003 and because he tried to tell everyone what a dirtbag McKay really was, but nobody listened.

The Union Leader still doesn't want to hear it.