Fact: The State failed to do that, so now we see that they redacted the fact that at pp. 926-927 Chet Thompson and a female voice told the dispatch that "he's still standing he has a pistol in his hand, pointing it at someone."
Note: That has to be Floyd terrorizing Caleb because they are the only two men there at the time. Query, why is Floyd pointing a gun at Caleb at this point? He's clearly unarmed and has refused Floyd's demand that he pick up Liko's gun, as we will address shortly.
Fact: NH AG Kelly Ayotte refuses to provide me a working copy of Caleb Macaulay's interview, which lasted for HOURS.
Fact, page 26: "The windshield (of Liko's Toyota) was cracked and had a bullet hole in the lower cowling."
Fact, page 5:
His father was next to the officer trying to pull him in front of their truck..... When the car rushed forward, his father jumped out of the way, grabbed the officer’s gun off the ground and fired once at the driver. The car stopped with the bottom of its front end on the officer’s chest."
Okay, so RIGHT THERE we know that the first bullet probably went through the windscreen (see yesterday's Autopsy post) and incapacitated Liko, who was struck in the head and through the neck with the second shot through Caleb's closed window as noted on p. 25, so all of this nonsense about Liko running over McKay twice comes only from Floyd, whose credibility is as we should say, rather shaky, having claimed to be a Viet Nam veteran at 49 years of age.
It all came to me yesterday as I watched Caleb doing yoga in our yard: "Man that kid (I'm twice his age) is Good," I thought.... "really quick and really fluid." And he needed to be quick and fluid because contrary to some reports in the bought-and-sold media, the only corroborated sequence of events has Caleb at p.11 of the official report and Shooter Floyd noting at p.20/1,000 Adobe/DVD that acknowledging that Floyd never said a word before firing through Caleb's closed window. Once Caleb has his head down Floyd can't very well shoot him in the back of the head so he tells him to pick up Liko's gun, p.11, which is incredible because the gun is NOT between the two men; it is behind Caleb, who wisely refuses to follow Floyd's command because that nut job would have shot and killed him as well.
Read the Floyd/Ayotte cover up post, written before I thought more about the windshield bullet and p. 5 of the official report as noted above.
Anyway, common sense will tell you that if Floyd didn't want to kill Caleb or was not being criminally reckless in his regard, he would have said "Get down!!" or "Look out!!" because his target would have been Liko. As such, there is no way in hell that Kelly Ayotte should have given Shooter Floyd a pass on criminal liability toward Liko AND Caleb in 24 hours, but she sure did, and that is why we are going to seek Congressional review.
Also, at p. 27 (fn 5) what on Earth is one of Floyd's bullets doing up in the McKenzie's house if he only shot twice and in the direction of Liko's car, which was right in front of him?
We need a Congressional investigation into why we don't have the rest of David Melby's transcription notes that end at p. 964 of the Adobe CD report; I've got a call going in to him now to see if he will provide us the rest of his report.
Lastly, take a look at the Littleton Courier story by Editor Justin Lavely in the overleaf.