....the fact tht McKay was considered by many to be too aggressive, and that a woman said McKay terrorized her when he pulled out a knife to cut a seat belt off her as she sat handcuffed in his cruiser. In 1999, the Lisbon police chief demanded that McKay stop patrolling his town for minor motor vehicle infractions. And in 2005, another police officer investigating a McKay stop told McKay to work on his confrontational demeanor. And then there is this:
Without explaining what he was doing, McKay then used a knife to cut the cruiser's seat belt off, near the woman's abdomen. "I was TERRORIZED," the woman wrote in her complaint to Montminy.
And Timmins probably doesn't yet know what some of us know about the events of 5/11, but that will all be told soon.
As noted in this post, the Truth about McKay is starting to come out despite the best efforts to the contrary by our Government to keep it on The Low.
Meanwhile, the Littleton Selectmen have changed public input and opened things up in similar fashion to what Alderman Teeboom and I did here in Nashua, as noted by this Nashua Telegraph editorial earlier this year. That story appears in the comments section to this post. The Courier also ran Jeffery Jesseman's open letter to Selectmen first published here. Read what Mr. Jesseman told me in the comments section as well.
I am so glad that people are waking up to smell the coffee (yes Davey and Michele that pun's for you) about the fact that McKay was a dangerous instrumentality who preyed upon someone with an established mental health history who even TOLD him on YouTube video linked at #3 of this post:
"I am a mental health patient."
It's just flat out unbelievable what a jek McKay could be to people, as noted by Franconia P.D.'s ex girly Robin in this post when I interviewed her and others. That was when another person said
"I always figured they would find him dead on the side of the road, and if it wasn't Liko it would have been someone else."
The next thing I hope the mainstream media addresses is that first bullet hole in Liko's windshield and all of the issues countenanced in the Right-to-Know litigation which will be on us in short order. I know this because it is 4:37 a.m. and I'm working on it. Was Liko Kenney a Perfect Man? Nope. But then again nobody is. The Bigger Point is that he was indeed a victim and that aspect of this case is what the government is trying to hide. The government will ultimately lose that battle, just as surely as two men lost their lives on 5/11.
Oh, and to the hater who comes in here to blast me, implying I am a Johnny-come lately or whatever, I produce Amy Nixon's Calendonian-Record news feature that quoted my letter to Governor Lynch.
Thanks for keeping me on my toes because I forgot about that. Goes right in the Public Policy section of the Motion.