01 July 2007

KingCast notes serious missing audio concerns from Bruce McKay's cruiser video and Caleb Macaulay's interview in Franconia shooting tragedy.

Update: The CD contains only 13:01 minutes of discussion. I think the State is up to no good:

Also John P,

As you may know, I have not been able to hear the entire video and I'm on the phone with my film maker now.


You couldn't hear it in a new BMW, you couldn't hear it in my old SAAB, you could barely hear it on my film maker's Mac and he brought up the sound with Final Cut Pro, rendered it out and emailed me the JPEG but he also verified that there is only 13:01 of interview but there is a budget of 2:00:08 minutes on the CD.

Oh, boy. I would imagine Caleb's Interview last more like 2 hours than 13 minutes, huh?

Not to mention this on the cruiser video:

Page 959– notes that the video from Mckay’s vehicle was given to David Melby of “Video Works – Digital Production Company” in Concord, NH.

Page 964 – David Melby writes in a letter he was able to enhance the audio and could hear Mckay narrating his actions during the incident. He also notes that the video picks up voices from those arriving on the scene to help

Although his letter says he is giving notes that he took while listening, NO NOTES ARE PROVIDED AND HIS LETTER IS OBVIOUSLY NOT COMPLETE AND MISSING THE ADDITIONAL PAGES

[KingCast asks: Why have we not heard any audio on the WMUR/YouTube/Official DVD released by NH AG Kelly Ayotte?


* It commences at 9:25 and he is definitely treated as a suspect and Mirandized.
* 5:50 mins they conduct gunpowder residue test.
* No debris on hands
* It ends at 13.01. I have no idea what the problem is but it was too late in the evening to telephone my film maker to see if he could listen to the entire thing or not. Perhaps it is an iTunes limitation on my machine, I won't know what's up until later this morning.
*Meanwhile, I think it's time for me to request a very special arrest file: That of Tim Stephenson.


Anonymous said...


stephenson challenged an incumbent on franconia select board (a. where rep. mcleod's husband serves & b. the same board that surely knew of many complaints against mckay and did nothing zip zero nada to protect the community) in an election...

...one of the major issues in that election, concerning citizens rights and personal information, directly as regards police and feds...verrry interesting...more to be revealed one does suppose.

Anonymous said...



Anonymous said...

could not get the entire link address to 'take' here (tried several times as you can see) so copied and pasted the story...stephenson mentioned as challenging an incumbent... march 6, 2004
caledonian record...

Local News

Patriot Act On Franconia Ballot

By GARY E. LINDSLEY, Staff Writer
Saturday March 6, 2004

When voters go to the Franconia Town Meeting, Tuesday, they will be facing votes on the Patriot Act, a bond for expanded safety services facilities, and choosing a selectman.

The annual Town Meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m.

Residents will be asked to vote on 29 articles, including Article 27, which addresses the Patriot Act as it relates to the Bill of Rights and the Constitution of the state of New Hampshire.

The article addresses concerns the Patriot Act and the Intelligence Authorization Act (IAA) threaten Franconia residents' civil rights and liberties by: greatly expanding the government's ability to conduct secret searches; all but eliminating judicial oversight when conducting telephone and Internet surveillance or acquiring financial records; allowing indefinite detention of individuals without charges or representation; and giving law enforcement officials broad access to sensitive medical, mental health, library, business, financial, educational and other records about individuals without first showing evidence of a crime and without a court order.

The article concludes with asking local, state and federal law enforcement acting within the town to preserve the citizens' constitutionally guaranteed freedoms when acting under the Patriot Act and the IAA.

The article also requests the New Hampshire elected federal officials work toward the repeal of portions of the Patriot Act and the IAA that violate the rights and liberties guaranteed by the United States' and New Hampshire's constitutions.

Voters also will be asked to approve Article 2, which calls for the appropriation of $650,000 for an addition to the safety services building as well as for the purchase of equipment for the building.

In order for Article 2 to be approved, two-thirds of the voters must vote yes.

The town's residents also will be asked to choose someone to fill a three-year selectman's term.

Incumbent Ronald Taksar is facing a challenge from Timothy Stephenson.

Residents also will be asked to vote on whether they want to establish a town budget committee. The committee would consist of four at-large members elected by the town's residents.

And voters will be asked to vote on the town's 2004 proposed $2.1 million budget. Of that amount, $983,632 will be raised through taxes.

The following are included in the proposed budget: $84,049 for the executive branch; $249,478 for the police department; $267,580 for highways and streets; and $54,391 for recreation programs.

The polls will open at 1 p.m. for voters to vote on Article 1, the roster of town officers for the year. The remaining articles will be voted on at the Town Meeting.

Christopher King said...

Thanks for the info.

Have you read my very first post?


What do we have there, tennis and the patriot act. I told Attorney Ayotte we've been on a collision course just like Liko and Bruce without the mace and the gunplay, but not without the oppression.

Also, you can cut the link up before you paste it, then others can re-assemble it in the address bar.

Thank you for that info.

Namaste, aloha, and peace.

Christopher King said...

PS: Actually the link works fine. You just have to go to the page link (click on the orange Title itself and there it i).


Christopher King said...

Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2007 07:26:52 -0700 (PDT)
From: "Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com
Subject: Why is time missing from Caleb Macaulay's interview and sound missing from the cruiser video?
To: Kelly.Ayotte@doj.nh.gov, Jeffery.Strelzin@doj.nh.gov, Andrew@RightToknowNH.org, jamie.richardson@nh.gov....

Dear Attorney Ayotte:

I find it curious, as noted in this post, that after
attempting to play Mr. Macaulay's interview in a brand new BMW 335i, then in my SAAB, then on a Mac, we couldn't hear it and had to enhance the sound with an expensive software program. Even then we get but 13.01 minutes of audio but we see a budget of 2:00:08 I believe.


Then I see that at p. 964 – David Melby writes in a
letter he was able to enhance the audio and could hear Mckay narrating his actions during the incident. He also notes that the video picks up voices from those arriving on the scene to help......

Why don't we have any of that in the
WMUR/YouTube/Official CD you released to us?

For the sake of your career I suggest you get me some answers to those questions before the Close of Business.

Very Truly Yours,

Christopher King, J.D.

Anonymous said...

Note that the State PD's interview with Floyd which was released last week may or may not be complete.

The pages are numbered incorrectly; they are numbered page one of one, two of two, three of three, etc. until the interview ends (very abruptly) on page 22 of 22. Maybe it is only 22 pages long, maybe it goes on. No way of knowing since the pages are not numbered correctly.

Again, either more unprofessionalism, or intentional obfuscation. Take your pick, but there is no way of knowing where the interview actually ends.

Despite this, the testimony on the 22 pages reveals numerous inconsistencies, in Shooter Floyd's own testimony, as well as with the state's official version(s) of rationale justifying Floyds homicide of Liko Kenney.


Anonymous said...

At the very least, the state should discount the cost of the materials provided the public. You know, like when you go to a clothing store and get items stamped "factory seconds" at a discount...


Anonymous said...


Curious as to how much of the PD's budget goes toward OC spray. It seems like tax dollars would be saved in Franconia if this item were purchased in bulk, at a discount.


Christopher King said...

They don't know what to do with this, so they ignored me today entirely.

Next I start with the telephone calls.

Peace, guys.