09 September 2007

Former NH AG and Cheshire County Prosecutor Peter Heed agrees with KingCast on Gregory Floyd: Lying to a cop violates RSA 641:3.

There's Attorney Heed there on the far right, chillin' with my old buddy Martin Dunn. Read about their relationship in this Kevin Landrigan story.


Anyway, on the Franconia shooting tragedy it is clear that Shooter Floyd lied during an investigation just as the Diocese lied during its investigation. These lies were reduced to writing and Attorney Heed's official report at p. 13 holds that those actions could constitute Unsworn Falsification.

But Kelly can't have any dirt on the guy who killed a cop killer so she just Swiffer-Sweeped it right away, but she missed a couple of spots, three or so to be exact: A spot named Christopher King, J.D., with the KingCast RSA 91-A Motion for Declaratory Judgment, another one named Mark Sisti with his body of work, and another one known as the Franconia Collective that feeds both of us.

2 comments:

Christopher King said...

See, it all comes back to Marty.

Marty, Marty, Marty.....

Christopher King said...

From the email tip jar from someone who is a friend of mine but who disagrees with me on several issues:

Date: Sun, 9 Sep 2007 16:40:59 -0700 (PDT)
From: [Nunya bit'ness]
Subject: Re: please
To: "Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com

Gotcha. But that means that Floyd had to have gotten that weapon from McKary pretty darn quickly. Hm.

We also don't know, don't really have a way of knowing, of which four of the five shots hit McKay. At the first shot, regardless, the sound of it would have had McKay reaching for his gun, training-wise. Of course if the first shot was one of the ones that hit him, adrenalin takes over and he would have reached for it.

YES all should be made public but it's these tiny things that should also be clarified.....