“The documents you are requesting are exempt from disclosure pursuant to RSA 91-A. The documents in Corporal McKay’s files are all personnel related and fall into the category of personnel records. Therefore, the records will not be disclosed to you because of the reasons I have just mentioned.”
With this Motion, we will let the Court be the judge of whether that, and many other government (non)responses constitute a violation of the most important Statute that we have as New Hampshire residents to protect ourselves against abusive government officials.
Mother Ann would have it no other way. And Liko Kenney would have it no other way, and he died in part because the letter and spirit of RSA 91-A had been effectively killed years ago in Franconia, right about the time that Bruce McKay rode in on his high horse.
Liko, I've got your back, Man. I would have had you on the front 2 years ago but I was busy dancing with Kelly and her friends instead of playing tennis at Tamarack. I've spent a lot of lonely nights crying for you and endured the wrath of a lot of people since I started this project but it was all worth it. The people of Franconia -- and many from well beyond Franconia --and I are going to change public policy and we will make certain that you did not die in vain.
From this point on then, a review from learned counsel, a quote here or there and simply formatting issues and lots of attachments. Lots of attachments. And I have to check for any page limit restrictions because it is 30 pages long.
Aloha, God bless, Peace, Namaste.
From the brother you never met.
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