Now then, let's take a read of Attorney James T. Brook's 1 May 2003 Motion for Continuance, which is in a file that NH AG Kelly Ayotte HAD to have read because she discusses the 2003 arrest in her official report:
Counsel requires a copy of McKay's police report in order to prooperly litigate this issue. Defense counsel, however, has yet to receive Officer McKay's police report from the Graton County Attorney. Counsel did request McKay's report in a February 20, 2003 discovery letter addressed to the Franconia Police Department. At the time of the discovery request, the Franconia Police Department was prosecuting the allegations in the above-captioned matters. The department did not respond to the request and, instead dropped all of the complaints."
Whoops. The State knew all along about this type of nonsense. And they know that McKay tried to frame Timmy for some kinds of youth sex charges that went away. There is probably a deeper sex/money/drugs angle working here; I have heard that McKay (a camera buff) may have had Montminy in a compromising position and that's how he ran the show there in Franconia. We may never know that, but we do not something's fishy in Denmark, as my Nashua Firefighter neighbor and his wife commented a month ago.
Whe I was in Franconia last time Carlito's Way was on TV and I will now take this time to encourage local media to get on the clue bus before the National media I'm working with come in here and embarass the living snot out of you, and to remind Kelly:
"You ain't a lawyer no more Kelly. You a gangster. You on the Other Side now. It's a whole new ball game. And you can't learn it at school and you can't have a late start....."
Related KingCast short film: Live Revolution.
Related post: J-School 101.
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