27 July 2007

KingCast narrows the Franconia/Liko Kenney/Bruce McKay Right-to-Know issues as Mandamus hearing approaches.

The letter is in the comments section and will be JPEG'd later.
As we narrow the issues for a Mandamus/Declaratory Judgment showdown I bring attention to this key post because it shows that Bruce McKay violated the principles for use of pepper spray (passenger in car and Liko a known emotional person) and deadly force (Liko already off the road and trying to diffuse situation by asking for witnesses).

This post is key as well because it shows the Constitutional decision by Judge Peter Cyr relative to the Fox Hill Park raids conducted by McKay and others. Held: Unconstitutional.

Now we come to the issue of the missing use of force report for the 2003 Fox Hill Park event that NH AG Kelly Ayotte and the bought-and-sold media made into a cause celebre in the first place, to try to take attention away from the 2007 fiasco at the hands of Bully Bruce McKay.

Watch the WMUR video for a laugh and a cry.
"There is a possibility it may have been misfiled," Franconia town attorney Dan Mullen said. "There's also the possibility that Cpl. McKay at the time forgot to do a use-of-force report."

[KingCast says no he didn't: you can hear him in the video talk about the fact that there is going to be a complaint filed by Liko in the case so he knows it's important].

Mullen said that the town's police chief is actively looking for the report.
"And probably slightly embarrassed because we believe one should have been filed," Mullen said. "We think one probably was filed by Bruce McKay but can't be located right now."

I'm sorry but that's not gonna' make it and Attorney Mullen had damn well better have something better to say about that at oral argument. We got two dead men in the middle of 116, at least one of whom would have been a friend of mine. If there had been better or more forthcoming open communication about use of force and police/community problems we wouldn't be in this situation.

Namaste.

26 comments:

Anonymous said...

I seek Milk bones. Can we include that in the mandamus?

Christopher King said...

CHRISTOPHER KING, J.D.
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27 July 2007:

Re: Outstanding Right-to-Know requests in Franconia shooting tragedy.

Dear Counselors Ayotte, Strelzin and Mullen:

With yesterday’s (non)disclosures from Franconia Selectmen and Chief Montminy and my review of Hawkins v. NH DHHS and State v. Theodosopolous we should be on our way toward Court within the next two (2) weeks.

So to narrow the issues one last time for outstanding Right-to-Know requests, please feel free to respond only if the particular Action Item pertains to you. Many of these are overdue but feel free to take until next Friday to email me your response, then send hard copy via snail mail.

1. KingCast and Franconia Collective still seek the 150+ Franconia Citizen responses redacted for name and address only. Your responses are well overdue.

2. KingCast and Franconia Collective seek a copy of Attorney Troy Watts complaint against Bruce McKay and the State’s response relative thereto. To our information and belief, notice of this was not given to the Concord Monitor.

3. KingCast and Franconia Collective seeks a copy of the Bruce McKay cruiser video relative to the arrest that predicated Attorney Watts’ complaint that you have just as surely as you had one of Liko Kenney at Fox Hill Park as he faced what was likely an Unconstitutional Search and seizure, as Judge Peter Cyr determined in a virtually identical case that involved even greater suspicion as the car in that case was pulled back in the corner of the park and there were several people in the car. As we know – through our efforts only and not any of yours -- the possession charges against Liko were also dismissed after Attorney James T. Brooks filed a Motion to Suppress identical to his successful Motion in State v. Wright.

4. KingCast and Franconia Collective instruct the Franconia Police to continue searching for information that would substantiate that the area was legally “suspicious” as Bruce McKay told Liko Kenney in 2003.

5. KingCast and Franconia Collective seek a copy of all three (3) primary sections of Bruce McKay’s personnel file, i.e. Performance review/Citizen complaint + Compliment + response/Personal matters that reflect on his fitness to practice law enforcement. If there is something in the last section that pertains to McKay’s daughter missing a day of school, we don’t want it and we don’t need it.

But if there is anything in there that evinces poor prior work history, performance of job sanctions or a propensity toward violence to anyone, including his former wife, we want it.

6. KingCast and Franconia Collective seek a declarative statement on which section of RSA 91-A:5 Attorney Mullen is invoking with respect to denying access to any of McKay’s file.

7. KingCast and Franconia Collective seek a copy of the Tim Stephenson complaint that predicated the one-sentence denial as seen at p. 570 of the pdf filed provided by the Attorney Ayotte. To our information and belief, notice of this was not given to the Concord Monitor.

8. KingCast and Franconia Collective again seek to know the date on which the NH AG investigation was completed in this matter, as we have not been able to obtain that yet. Perhaps it was just an oversight on Attorney Ayotte or Strelzin’s part.

9. KingCast and Franconia Collective seek a copy of whatever you gave to Concord Monitor pursuant to its request for information.

10. KingCast and Franconia Collective seek a copy of any and all complaints issued against Bruce McKay and all responses relative thereto.

Very truly yours,

______________________
Christopher King, J.D.
On behalf of KingCast.net
On behalf of Franconia Collective.

Anonymous said...

I'm interested in mandamus, because when I looked up dat fancy woid dat the king keeps sayin, it told me dat it means to in da dicshunfairy it told me it be an orda by a high court for an official to perform a doody.

No one can order da horny doggie when to doodie.

I crap for no man!

Anonymous said...

Woof!

I bark at thee.

Christopher King said...

Hey no jokin' in this post.

The WMUR video of Attorney Mullen trying to 'splain the missing documents is enough of a joke already.

Montminy and McKay probably had a bonfire and burned all of the complaints.

And right now Mullen is trying to hide the 150 responses to the Franconia Recovery and Reconciliation project.

Won't work. Franconia has dropped its duty.

Charles Duffy said...

CK when Kevan Fulmer was screwed by the FBI.

He be became another informant. But he always was.

They hate him to this day.

He spent years in Pittsburgh NH Trying to figure the politics of this town. Remember, it's only 100 miles away.

Who's doing what and when.



What he came up with was the trickle down effect. Later to be told.

I don't like to talk about it. Kevan was an information worker of this area in New England.

Kevan still is an informant.

He's not saying much right now.

He knows what is going on.

Anonymous said...

Montminy was at the Town Hall this afternoon apparently in his quest to locate the missing document(s). I heard he was tearing the place the "shreds". Sally S. was helping and Carl B was barking orders. Maybe he's horndog?

Anonymous said...

The Horn Dog works for no government, state or local.

The Horn Dog (not the impostor) will be filing an amicus brief concerning this matter shortly.

Disclosure has been inadequate, incomplete, and yellowed with canine urine.

Until now, you have merely experienced my woofing. Now, the State will feel their flesh ripped from their skin by the razor-like claws (and yes, teeth too!) of the Horn Dog.

Haroooooooooooooooo!

Anonymous said...

Since you mentioned Big Brother and the Holding company, this is how I feel, because people here are being mean to me, and saying unkind things:

Down on me, down on me,
Looks like everybody in this whole round world
They're down on me.

Love in this world is so hard to find
When you've got yours and I got mine.
That's why it looks like everybody in this whole round world
They're down on me.

Saying they're down on me, down on me.
Looks like everybody in this whole round world
Down on me.

When you see a hand that's held out toward you,
Give it some love, some day it may be you.
That's why it looks like everybody in this whole round world
They're down on me, yeah.

Lord, they're down on me, down on me, oh!
Looks like everybody in this whole round world
Is down on me.

Believe in your brother, have faith in man,
Help each other, honey, if you can
Because it looks like everybody in this whole round world
Is down on me.

I'm saying they're down on me, all down on me, oh!
It looks like everybody in this whole round world
Down on me!!


I am Trevize.

Christopher King said...

Woof-woof!

If they don't turn up that damn use-of-force complaint Orr & Reno's Bill Chapman and I -- or anyone else with half a brain -- will walk all over them in the next court skirmish.

********

Meanwhile, Charlie's friend Kevan Fullmer has one helluva story about and FBI vendetta in which the Boston Federal Judge who allowed American Tower corp. to get away with massive discovery violations in my case -- thereby reducing the settlement of course -- got overturned for similarly allowing ridiculous testimony in Kevan's case.

Take a look, Kevan's case is linked to his name.

Christopher King said...

Anonymous said...

mckays record was released (partially...but still enough to make show a tremendous light on the true nature of his unprofessionalism and overt criminality)
ayotte is now pointing to monti and the fpd for disclosure, monti lawyers up with the 'dog ate my homework' defense about overtly missing reports (still missing!)...fpd lawyer goes on to suggest that their 'hero' mckay maybe 'forgot' to file the proper paperwork! (ha, i really love that one...the ag blames the police chief, the police chief blames the dead rogue via the lawyer)...
they are in disarray, and like the other true rats of their ilk, are now blaming each other, ducking for cover, red faced and strictly in 'damage control' mode, and they can't do that with any more cohesion than their 'investigation' or 'report'...

Anonymous said...

That dog ate the homework comment clearly implicates the horn dog in the coverup.

Why would he file an amicus brief? Clever, but no cigar for horn dog.

T.L.

Anonymous said...

Mai la force soit avec vous.

Anonymous said...

Poussez-le vers le haut de votre cornhole

Anonymous said...

Where have you gone, Maria Proulx? And the clit vibrator chick from the telecommunication company? Sniff. Yelp. Shiny coat . . .

Anonymous said...

woof, woof. Who de da? I sniffit a horn dog.

Horn dog: I crap for no man!

Do you obey da Master?

Anonymous said...

Citizens of Franconia and nearby (say, within a 500 mile radius of the Peak (as denoted by the Government Radar Tower) of Cannon) towns (and villages, hamlets, and other small subdivisions, including any unincorporated areas), please read (and take note of -- do not forget!) the following important public service message (announcement, statement, item):

The time has come. When you see the three candles, you will know what to do. Look for them, tonight, in the Place of Messages.

Anonymous said...

I can't fathom that Mullen states misfiled or forgot!! Keep on CK!!We all need you in the area and in my case, close to the area!

Christopher King said...

Yeah, here's what happened with Presidential Candidate Bill Richardson and Nashua resident (and police film-taker) Mike Gannon today.

Anonymous said...

Big Brother and the witholding company said...

Montminy was at the Town Hall this afternoon apparently in his quest to locate the missing document(s). I heard he was tearing the place the "shreds". Sally S. was helping and Carl B was barking orders. Maybe he's horndog?



It would actually amuse me if McKay truly did NOT fill out the PROPER paperwork as they have trumpeted him as being SUCH a professional that took his job so seriously. It will just further show who he really was and he states that action will be taken by Liko in the video.

If there was no form filled out for use of force would that have affected Liko in court as I believe he was told that his statement of being beaten could not be substantiated due to the fact their were no witnesses? So, McKay hid the video from Liko and never filled out his paperwork, huh?

The town, Montminy ans the State are soooo screwed.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if in any of the personnel file they released is there any mention of an incident that happened one summer at Hillwinds Lodge? Supposedly McKay got 2 weeks suspension for raising such a ruckus over a couple of motorcycle riders he pursued there that a neighborhood mother was denied the ability to retieve her child from the pool that Hillwinds allowed the public to use. Yet another example of a minor traffic violation escalated needlessly.

Are those documents the FPD released on-line anywhere?

Anonymous said...

"....proper paperwork! (ha, i really love that one...the ag blames the police chief, the police chief blames the dead rogue via the lawyer)...
they are in disarray, and like the other true rats of their ilk, are now blaming each other, ducking for cover, red faced and strictly in 'damage control' mode, and they can't do that with any more cohesion than their 'investigation' or 'report'..."



This is good. Now we get to watch them run around like the three stooges....AG, FPD and the Selectman (have fun Carl). Maybe Carl will decide to file his own complaint against the PD over this. Let's see what he does when he starts to feel screwed over by the PD.

He surely won't help any of the citizens. I don't think he will find much sympathy.

Anonymous said...

TL,

You don't use periods in your name do you? (reference 1:50)


My name has been used by someone else on the forum.

Chris, got any rules for this?

Anonymous said...

Blog identity stealing is part of the game. I noticed several instances of that. It's really pathetic. I don't understand why the "effort" for a bunch of kooks on a nameless blog on the WWW. Or is it more than that?

Anonymous said...

debby at 5:57

no, i do not use periods in my signature here...although i am also being misrepresented under my correct sign-off, as well. i am surely creating some discomfort and/or disagreement with my position, and so the covert attack. i speak at a different level, uncomfortable for some.

it's difficult to comport as ghandi-esque, but my vision and focus remains 20/20.

chris? ideas for some basic security?

stepping away...a courteous request - pls. don't play with my name in my absence.

TL

Christopher King said...

TL,

You don't use periods in your name do you? (reference 1:50)


My name has been used by someone else on the forum.

Chris, got any rules for this?


Unfortunately I do not and I find it deplorable the anyone would steal an identity.

I'm too busy with the lawsuit to address it further at this point.

Namaste.