23 August 2007

KingCast presents: A massive RSA 91-A request & Courtesy copy of Motion for Declaratory Judgment.

Dear Attorneys Ayotte, Fitch, Strelzin and Mullen:

Behold the most sensitive and troubling of requests for information from your clients. You all are letting a dangerous instrumentality run amok out there just as your clients allowed a dangerous instrumentality named Bruce McKay run around out there after a respected member of the community and a criminal Justice degree-holding person recommended psychological help and counseling and citizen review for him.

And look what you have before you now.

A word copy is attached hereto and will be faxed to Attorney Mullen as he has requested.

I will anticipate a prompt and earnest reply.

Meanwhile, I have provided a link to the forthcoming RSA 91-A lawsuit in its second draft so that everyone will be up to speed so that we can agree to have the Court place this on a rocket docket:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/259462/Motion-for-Liko-2

11 comments:

Christopher King said...

http://www.scribd.com/doc/259462/Motion-for-Liko-2

CHRISTOPHER KING, J.D.
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Nashua , New Hampshire 03064
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23 August 2007:

VIA EMAIL AND FAX TRANSMITTAL

Re: RSA 91-A request for information on complaints about [snip], a copy of lawsuit draft #2 and various other matters. To be maintained under seal with this RSA request... [snip]

Dear Attorney Mullen:

New business:

Please produce a copy of any and all documents
relating to..... [snip]

Old business:

I also note that your client has not responded to
recent requests including the one for the patrol video from Bruce McKay’s cruiser that Troy Watts told me about when he wrote me a while back.

So that video issue has been incorporated into the
second draft of the lawsuit.

And Attorneys Ayotte and Strelzin have not provided a response to my query asking that they dentify by bates stamp or any other reasonable identifying system, each and every document from my media kit that they obtained AFTER 22 May, 2007 when I requested that they provide a copy of the 2007 cruiser video.

I told them “You don’t have to create any new
documents, just review the ones you have. Simple. In fact, it’s so simple I look forward to your prompt response.”

That matter has been briefed in the lawsuit as well pursuant to Hawkins.

Very truly yours,


______________________
Christopher King, J.D.
On behalf of KingCast.net

Anonymous said...

Mr. King,

It appears that most of the questions brought up by your motions would be cleared up or brought to light when Caleb McCaulley is tried for the role he played in Cpl. McKays murder. After all, Caleb did live with Liko and drove to work with him and the gun daily. In light of the fact that because of the concealed weapon in Liko's vehicle and the fact that Caleb knew of the gun's presence, or the possibility of it... why not let this come out in court during Caleb's trial for his part in the Capital Murder of Cpl. McKay?

I'm sure your attorney would agree that any and all discrepancies would be brought up by Caleb's attorney during trial. Doing this would greatly save the tax payers the cost of this motion.

Christopher King said...

Hmmmm.... Caleb for murder as opposed to Floyd for murder... interesting theory, however it doesn't comport with what Caleb said in his taped inteview just after the shootings:

""Just to see the fear in his eyes, how scared, he was, he wanted nothing to do with this and it turned out so bad in both ways. He was a great kid, he really was, we were just trying to get home. I've never seen him so scared in his life."

Watch it here.

You do know the elements of murder, right? Or didja' go to Not-Even-College with Bruce?

Also there is the issue of saving money, which the State could have done by sending me the requested documents as I asked for them, instead of coughing them up today now that I threatened the lawsuit with a date certain.

Extra, extra read all about it.

And of course the State could have saved money and lives it if had listened to the warnings given by McKay's knife abuse victim.

You have anything else for the moderator today? Because otherwise you're about boring me to tears so badly I'm going back to a worker's comp case.

Anonymous said...

If King wins his case and obtains monetary damages, won't the people of Franconia will be paying the bill?

Also, did Liko have a license to carry a firearm? Based on his prior convictions, it seems doubtful.

Just wondering.

Christopher King said...

If King wins his case and obtains monetary damages, won't the people of Franconia will be paying the bill?

.........They're probably happy to do so after the 12 years of salary they paid for Bruce McKay. Besides in the event there is a monetary award I've already pledged half of it to Tamarack, but that could easily be mondified to a needy area youth who want to go to tennis camp, or even another charity all together.

Also, did Liko have a license to carry a firearm? Based on his prior convictions, it seems doubtful.

......No he did not, but he sure did need it. Also, was McKay's penis-shaped knife official spec? I doubt it. But then again some cops don't need a license to ill.

Just wondering.

.....Well you got your answers. Need anything else today? I'm here to help.

Christopher King said...

Oh, and BTW Liko used to sleep with his gun because McKay used to drive his squad car down the 1/4 mile Kenney driveway and shine his lights up in the cabin like some kind of psychopath.

And that driveway of course was not in McKay's jurisdiction.

And you DO know that Lisbon PD told him to stop ticketing in their jurisdiction, which he would even do sometimes in his own private vehicle.

You know, the one with the GOTCHA tags.

Sadly, it was his incapacity to function as a responsible police officer that got him.

Anonymous said...

Liko got his license to have a gun from Ex-Chief Every. He did not have a carry permit. Thus, the gun was a concealed weapon when carried in the car without a gun case.

Christopher King said...

That statement is 100% accurate to the best of my knowledge.

What is also accurate is that NH AG Kelly Ayotte and Franconia Counsel Mullen are dreading the content of that RSA 91-A request that is the focal point of this post.

What is also accurate is that the AG's office just turned over a boatload of documents (yet are not yet in full compliance) after I last week gave a lawsuit date certain.

It is also accurate that Liko's friend Oliver is going to meet me in about one hour to discuss the recent events of this case over a cold one, and yes we will pour beer on the curb for the homie I should have met.

Anonymous said...

And that driveway of course was not in McKay's jurisdiction.

And you DO know that Lisbon PD told him to stop ticketing in their jurisdiction, which he would even do sometimes in his own private vehicle.

You know, the one with the GOTCHA tags.

Sadly, it was his incapacity to function as a responsible police officer that got him.


We wouldn't be here today if Bruce McKay knew how to behave like a decent cop or had his badge taken away. I don't think it much matters about Liko's gun. He should never had to be afraid enough to carry it. Just like the woman and the knife deal....she herself said she would have attempted to get to another jurisdiction instead of pulling over for McKay. That's fear, plain and simple.

If you want to talk about his gun, let's talk about McKay scaring the crap out of people to the point that someone decided to carry a weapon to protect himself from the beloved "peace officer".

Anonymous said...

Mr. King,

Did Connie McKenzie actually see Bruce McKay shining his lights on to "Kenney land", or did she see him traveling in that direction? Cpl. McKay needed to head in that direction to go to his own home (and that would probably be pretty much like clockwork).

Christopher King said...

I have verified that information.

I have yet to verify that McKay also used his own personal car to pull folks over in Lisbon (another jurisdiction not his own) like clockwork so that he was told not to do that anymore, but it was reported in the newspaper.

I've got my own RSA 91-A request for information out that is a bit broader than that and asks for other things, so perhaps I can verify what was in the newspaper at that point.

Cheers,

-c