16 August 2007

KingCast exclusive interview and affidavit with Bruce McKay's penis-shaped knifeplay victim "Ms. B" in Franconia shooting tragedy.

I have to get back to the Motion, but here are key quotes of my 28:03 interview that started at 8:44pm. with Ms. "B," the victim of Kelly Ayotte hero Bruce McKays creative use of a

"penis-shaped knife."

She has already agreed to an affidavit under seal, but may go public.

Keep checking throughout the evening, but I will start with this:

"He said my lights weren't on but they were.... I was just trying to get to a lighted area but he was still upset with me, yelling at me because I didn't stop right away but it was snowing and cold and dark out."
"The knife was shaped like a penis, the top was like a spade on a card."
""What are you doing... I asked him 3 times."
"He did NOT even try to unbuckle the seatbelt."
"If he had ever stopped me again (after my complaint) I would call 911 and take my chances on getting to Littleton Police Department."
[EXACTLY WHAT LIKO TRIED TO DO but only going 800 feet to Tamarack]

"It was obvious Judge Cyr was annoyed with Bruce McKay when he dismissed my DUI case and he told McKay "It's a quantum leap from probable cause to DUI."
"I filed a 13 page report with Chief Montminy and I have a copy of it for you... but I never got a response from that."
"McKay saw my daughter was driving because he saw us get in the car."
"I told my daughter 'don't roll down your window this guy is nuts....' and 'Bruce you know I wasn't driving you saw us get in the car...."

Addendum:

"I want my charges annulled from my record because Bruce lied in court. I wrote 'time limit..20 minutes' on the arrest paperwork but Bruce told the ALS hearing officer that HE wrote it and the officer believed Bruce because he was a cop."

Sound familiar?

It is, because Attorney Troy Watts said McKay did the same thing, as I told everyone waaay back on 24 June 2007.

For you folks who wonder why Liko shot McKay, keep in mind that Liko knew these things. His friends told me these things but I haven't mentioned them until now because the right people didn't have the trust in me to forward the information. They sure do now, however, and the Cause of Justice will move forward like a rocket. Or is that "as a rocket????"

Folks don't wonder why I haven't sued yet, or put up video yet. I'm still gathering important information not necessarily contained in the released materials.

Namaste.

22 comments:

Christopher King said...

Niiiice.

So a well-respected professional complains of a penis-shaped knife cutting toward her privates without explanation and writes a 13-page complaint and people are wondering why folks are saying that McKay had sexual issues.

She even told her daughter:

"Don't roll your window down this guy is nuts."

Christopher King said...

Date: Thu, 16 Aug 2007 19:16:59 -0700 (PDT)
From: "Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com
Subject: KingCast interview about Bruce McKay's "penis-shaped knife."
To: publisher@unionleader.com, Kelly.Ayotte@doj.nh.gov, Jeffery.Strelzin@doj.nh.gov, bud.fitch@dohj.nh.gov, dmullen@ranspell.com, wchapman@orr-reno.com, jlavely@salmonpress.com, police@franconianh.org, selectmen@franconianh.com, Andrew@RightToknowNH.org

Oh, yeah....

I guess she was in a suspicious place at a suspicious time....

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2007/08/kingcast-exclusive-interview-and.html

I can't wait to write her affidavit. Under seal for
sure, but she may go public.

Stay tuned.

Lifer said...

What a courageous woman to speak out about this. I hope others will follow suit.

Does she know if her complaint was investigated and followed up on as per the FPD procedures?

Christopher King said...

Yes Lifer she is indeed courageous.

And as I have oft' said, Eternal Vigilence is the price of liberty.

Some founding father stuff.

BTW since you asked that question I have updated the post to indicate that SHE RECEIVED NO RESPONSE.

This is the proverbial soft underbelly where a Court of Law is going to have a very hard time not granting more access to McKay's file.

Peace, Jeff.

-c

Christopher King said...

And so everyone wants to focus on Liko who ADMITTED to being a "Mental Health Patient" in the videos we helped put on YouTube (and heretofore unseen) but nobody until now wants to talk about Bruce McKay's issues.

Where is there any record of him getting the help that he needed as a police officer or as a human being?

The State has the money to provide these services but failed, as discussed in Jeff Jesseman's FIRST letter to the media, dutifully published by the Concord Monitor.

Click on "viewpoint letter"

Then it failed to come out with KingCast cameras for a fact-finding mission.

I hope and pray that the higher-ups come up strong to help move things forward in a progressive fashion.

Christopher King said...

Oh yeah....

Ms. B's friend also said last night:

"Bruce's attitude made bad kids out of good kids."

That's deep.

Because remember, even if some of you don't like Liko, there are SCORES of other kids who will come forward and who already have issued statements to KingCast cameras and these kids are known as upstanding citizens.

Namaste.

Christopher King said...

I say kids, I guess I am showing my age :)

They are now young adults.

Christopher King said...

Well ESAH you still smellin' a hucksta'?

Come on, man call me up and let's sit down and TALK about this.

You can clearly see I've been busting my arse on this case so it's time to lay the Olive Branch.

You'll see a video soon.

Peace.

Anonymous said...

McKay file sheds light on why officer died

Monitor staff
August 17. 2007 12:16AM

It took several months for information to be made public that helps explain why the needless deaths of Franconia police officer Bruce McKay and Liko Kenney occurred. A cop and a kid known for his wild ways were killed over an unregistered vehicle.

The complaints against McKay portray a devoted police officer with a by-the-book view of the law and an aggressive personality. They suggest that McKay had a tendency to respond in ways that were likely to increase rather than decrease the potential for violence. One came from the police chief of a neighboring town acting in his official capacity.

McKay's file suggests that it was not uncommon for him to go to great lengths to help someone nor to come on harder than called for in some circumstances. To what extent he did that in encounters with Kenney can be debated. But what is clear is that needlessly aggressive behavior by a police officer is counterproductive. It can also lead to tragedy.

Cops who come on as tough guys right out of the gate teach fear of the law officer, not respect for the law. That's especially true when dealing with young people who by nature are likely to rebel against authority. That doesn't mean that every encounter has to be with "Officer Friendly," though that's more likely to help than hurt. It does mean that, as agents of the law and representatives and employees of the community, officers should be polite, respectful and firm, but only as forceful as necessary.

Aggressive cops can sour police relations with a community and foster an "us against them" atmosphere.

It can make law-abiding citizens distrust the police and reduce their willingness to help them. Overly aggressive officers who generate complaints are also more likely to face charges of unnecessary force or police brutality that can lead to costly civil suits. That costs taxpayers money and makes them less willing to increase funding for law enforcement.
Screening candidates to avoid hiring people with personalities that might make them prone to violence can help communities minimize problems, but it's no guarantee that they won't occur. An insistence on professionalism, regular training in proper procedures and deportment and a policy of taking every complaint seriously is a must.

None of this means that officers shouldn't use force, even lethal force, when necessary or that when the situation calls for it, they come down hard on criminal offenders. But knowing when it's appropriate to do so is crucial. Given the tremendous power police wield, it's the most important knowledge of all.

This advice, provided by the FBI to police departments in a law-enforcement bulletin, should be on the wall of every station house:

"Police managers also should remember that every action an officer takes has an afterlife that reverberates in the community long after the act is completed. Citizens in a democracy have an intrinsic desire to trust law enforcement to provide competent fair and impartial service. . . Officers who act unethically not only betray that trust but also add to the manage challenges already facing law enforcement."

The actions taken by Officer McKay on May 11, and by Kenney and the passerby who killed him, will echo through Franconia for years to come.
__________________

Oh Yeh!! Concord Monitor on the job and making good sense in the public interest. Oh Yeh!!

and also printed today a letter from a disgruntled reader calling The Monitor a "bully" for daring to report on the released materials (thus far) re: Mckay's actual service record.
So they are giving a perspective but also showing doing a responsible and continual job IN CONTEXT as sourced facts become more avaiable; GREAT stuff these past few days from many different directions.

Lifer said...

Yes HUGE! Really POWERFUL!

Anonymous said...

YES INDEED!!

debby said...

I'm thrilled. Thank God for all the people that have wanted the truth come out. Change is on the horizon.

Thank you Concord Monitor.

Chris,

By the way, that is so horrible that a police officer could do such a thing to the woman you have spoken with. Do you know if McKay was ever spoken to about it?

Christopher King said...

Debby at 5:17

Here's where it's going to get interesting. She told me she never got anything in writing or verbal, but that McKay never bothered her again AFTER she wrote the 13-page complaint.

Which leads me to believe that there is something in the file about that, which goes (again) to negligent retention or supervision, and that is why I am suing for full release of the file, subject to certain LEGITIMATE privacy concerns under RSA 91-A(5).

3:38

Yes, context is important, so I provided some more this morning:

Which as a former AAG who has dealt with dangerous employees was my point last night with which a local Nashua Cop agreed: "McKay made life worse for every cop who walks a beat."
********

C.M. It does mean that, as agents of the law and representatives and employees of the community, officers should be polite, respectful and firm, but only as forceful as necessary.

Ms. B: "If he had ever stopped me again (after my complaint) I would call 911 and take my chances on getting to Littleton Police Department."
[EXACTLY WHAT LIKO TRIED TO DO but only going 800 feet to Tamarack]

C.M. Aggressive cops can sour police relations with a community and foster an "us against them" atmosphere.

Ms. B: "I told my daughter 'don't roll down your window this guy is nuts....' and 'Bruce you know I wasn't driving you saw us get in the car...."

Liko from 2003: "I am asking for real police assistance.... I do NOT trust this officer....."

Ms.B: "I asked him with that knife 3 times before he responded, "WHAT ARE YOU DOING?"

Liko from 2003 at 19:15:56 twice: "What are you doing, what are you DOING?"

And this is NH AG Kelly Ayotte's "American Hero." It's disgusting.

Anonymous said...

I assert that if it did occur... it wasn't a penis shaped knife, but a knife shaped knife. Now here is a good case to go for any video that might exist... and the repair costs for the squad car, and any court transcript.

Christopher King said...

6:42

Well Ms. B said it was a penis-shaped knife and so that's what I wrote.

And yes that does militate in favor of yet ANOTHER public records request.

Thank you for your comment because now I am also going to ask that the original video be provided to me so that my team can (under supervision) bring up sound on the video because you can hear SOME sound in this YouTube version, and I know generally that when you can hear ANYTHING you can bring it all the way up.

debby said...

Was it a squad car seatbelt that was cut or was it hers?

Christopher King said...

Squad car.

She said McKay put her in the back, handcuffed, seat belted her and then just seconds later reached into the glovebox and "pulled out one of the oddest, scariest knives I have ever seen. It was shaped like a penis actually and had a large spade looking thing on the top of it like from a playing card. I asked him three times WHAT ARE YOU DOING?

And as he was cutting the belt he cut with downward movement toward my privates."

......that's an almost verbatim quote. When you hear something like that you don't soon forget it.

Chat soon, Brief is done (at least the first draft)


-c

Anonymous said...

"pulled out one of the oddest, scariest knives I have ever seen. It was shaped like a penis actually and had a large spade looking thing on the top of it like from a playing card."

Ask any emergency person, they will tell that a knife such as described is designed to do exactly what is claimed...cut a seat belt safely.

Anonymous said...

There are a number of devices designed to cut nylon webbed belts safely. None that I've found look like anything described by this woman. All are designed so that the cutting surface is isolated from where it could cut a person.

http://www.martorusa.com/s.nl/sc.2
/category.19/.f

Was it an open blade knife or not? Regardless of whether it was a "proper" tool, the bigger issue here is why do it in the manner it was done, meaning without any warning or explanation, and given the circumstances around the event.

Christopher King said...

And there's a bit more:

McKay never tried to use the damn seatbelt buckle.

And of course she had to ask him 3 times:

"What are you DOING?"

Just as Liko asked him with that can of OC Spray.

Anyway you don't come near a woman's privates with a knife before you explain what you're doing, at least where I'm from.

And actually I've never placed a knife near a woman's privates. Razor blade, sure. Knife, no.

Quit trying to cover for Bruce McKay. He was a freaked-out brother all the way.

So sad but true.

Christopher King said...

And what about him lying in Court, just as he did with Attorney Watts and the fact that Montminy gave no response. Don't you see that I made that failure an RSA 91-A issue?

I mean he should at least call her and tell her to go to hell, but to just sit there on this kind of a claim is utterly reprehensible.

AGAIN, read what I am writing an affidavit about:

"I filed a 13 page report with Chief Montminy and I have a copy of it for you... but I never got a response from that."
"McKay saw my daughter was driving because he saw us get in the car."
"I told my daughter 'don't roll down your window this guy is nuts....' and 'Bruce you know I wasn't driving you saw us get in the car...."

Addendum:

"I want my charges annulled from my record because Bruce lied in court. I wrote 'time limit..20 minutes' on the arrest paperwork but Bruce told the ALS hearing officer that HE wrote it and the officer believed Bruce because he was a cop."

Sound familiar?

It is, because Attorney Troy Watts said McKay did the same thing, as I told everyone waaay back on 24 June 2007.

Anonymous said...

I'm so proud of you for what you are doing. After I seen the full two videos it gave me a burning desire to become a cop or a lawyer or anything so that I could get justice for Liko. I didn't think the cop deserve to die, but I definitely thought he had it coming. Although, after reading several reports from McKays passed that you and other people have gathered it has made me realize that he didn't deserve to die, but he needed to be taken down. Since everyone covered for McKay they only way to take him down was to take him out. Thank god a MONSTER like McKay is off the streets, because who knows what else he could of done and what all he has already done. R.I.P. Kenny Liko