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.