29 August 2007

KingCast RSA 91-A Right-to-Know email request finds AGs Ayotte, Strelzin and State Rep McLeod, the McKay family and Shooter Floyd all in bed together.

It's not snakes on a plane, folks. It's snakes in a bed: Tough getting a response out of State Rep. Martha McLeod if you question the offical State Party Line on the Franconia shooting tragedy? She ignored my 10 July 2007 letter and also accused me of some sort of nebulous impropriety. After today's visit with Kelly's office I see why: She's in bed with law enforcement all the way, irrespective of anything else; she's been rappin' with Kelly all along!

Related document: This RSA 91-A request for Shooter Floyd's dismissed criminal threats charges.
Related post: The lawsuit.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

WELL THANKS MISSY MARTHA FOR LOOKING OUT FOR OUR BIG "CRAZY DUDE", THAT BELONGS TO THE "NO SUCH THING" SECRET SERVICE FOR THE GOVERNMENT, WHEN THE STATE OR TOWN NEVER EVEN INFORMED THE KENNEY FAMILY OF LIKO'S DEATH!!!

DID YOU EVER SEND ANY EMAILS ABOUT WHO AND HOW LIKO'S PARENTS WOULD BE INFORMED?

THERE WAS NO MORE CONCERN THAN LEAVING HIS BODY IN THE CAR UNTIL 2:00 IN THE MORNING.

NO CONCERN OVER CALEB MACAULEY. THEY NEVER EVEN TOOK HIM TO THE HOSPITAL.

GLAD TO SEE THAT MARTHA IS LOOKING OUT FOR THAT PSYCHO FLOYD.

SHE NEEDS TO BE BOOTED OFF THE RECONCILIATION COMMITTEE - WHAT A FARSE SHE IS AND TYING THE HANDS OF ANYONE THAT DOES WANT TO DO GOOD THAT IS ON THAT COMMITTEE.

Christopher King said...

True all of that but no need to SHOUT.

Also, she will ultimately be held accountable for all of that. Copy that comment and keep it for election time and I can put it with some info about this case that will make her face the music, Big Time.

From another post I wrote:

"And to have your State Rep want to protect him like that, well I will tell you even without the information I am filing under Seal I can help you make some press packs that will help her face the music come election time.

On a related note, you should see the nasty little email she and Strelzin shared about me."

Anonymous said...

Did you know that a member of the Miller/Kenney family had to go to the police station to claim Kenneys' body a number of days after the shooting?. The chief had no idea where it was. Noone within the the LE community had until that time contacted anyone in the Kenney family as to where and how the body could be claimed.

Christopher King said...

11:12:

I did not know that but it would not surprise me.

May put that in the Motion under the "other bias" section.

-c

Christopher King said...

Sometimes you've just gotta' sue 'em:

Telegraph editorial 4 Feb. 2007:

"Has the United States reached such a point of political correctness and potential lawsuit aversion that we are willing to give up essential liberties for the sake of avoiding uncomfortable debate?

Apparently so in Nashua, a least until the threat of a real lawsuit looms.

Nashua Board of Education members unanimously voted last Monday to eliminate a year-old restriction on public comments at their meetings. The limits, both vague and potentially unconstitutional, prohibited citizens from discussing “administrative and personnel-related problems.”

In any public or private enterprise “administrative and personnel-related” issues cover a great deal of territory. Interpreted broadly, the policy could have been used to shut out public comment on almost any issue brought before the school board.

The rule went largely unnoticed until October 2006 when Paula Johnson, a former alderman, was told she could not speak about Superintendent Julia Earl, who was, and still is, on paid leave.

Two more months passed before Nashua resident Chris King again attempted to speak about Earl during a December meeting. When he was told to stop, King’s response was a pledge to get the policy revoked.

The school board began an internal review of the rule, but received vastly differing opinions from city and outside attorneys, and appeared themselves to be split on the issue.

To justify the policy, several board members cited the potential for defamatory speech by members of the public targeted at school employees.

While anything is possible, it is a thin excuse and a legal leap of faith to assume the school board could be held liable for such behavior. Nonetheless, several of the board’s lawyers backed up this contention.

So King, who has practiced as a lawyer in Ohio, threatened his own lawsuit against the board and came within hours of filing the paperwork. The suit was avoided when the board called a policy committee meeting, leading to the vote last week to change the rule.

The about-face on the part of the school board is to be praised as a common sense decision. However, more praise would be due if the change had not been due largely to outside pressure and the threat of a lawsuit.

The school board, and its attorneys, would be well served to remember who the public in “public comment” is: their employers, the taxpayers.

The school board has done the right thing, but the impression we are left with is that many members did it grudgingly. The board needs to change its thinking and reframe its approach when dealing with the public.

Yes, there should be rules enforced to maintain a civil and productive public debate during governmental meetings.

However, there is no excuse for imposing rules out of fear at the expense of an open and public discussion of the issues.
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BACKGROUND: The Nashua Board of Education, under threat of a lawsuit, has reversed its previous policy of not allowing members of the public to comment on school personnel during the public comment section of its meetings.

CONCLUSION: The school board has done the right thing and this should be a first step in reframing how the board deals with the public.

Christopher King said...

Easton Police Chief Every:

Gregory Floyd moved into Easton around the first of this year but first came to my attention in mid to late April when the New Hampshire State Police came to my house and asked what I knew of him.

His son was attending Lafayette Elementary School and there was a problem in which Mr. Floyd became irrationally abusive -- to the point the administration was concerned he might return and do something. Because of the administration's concern they contacted the State Police.

The Townsend police chief [where Floyd once lived] did indicate Mr. Floyd was capable of irrational behavior and to be careful on making any approach.....

Anonymous said...

Likos body should have been burned and hung in the town square for all to stone .

Christopher King said...

10:03

No need for that, Bruce McKay had his henchman -- with 43 kills at his side to take Liko out.

But they mistimed their efforts so Liko was able to get one of them before they murdered him.

Have a nice day, hater.

-The KingCaster.