05 September 2007

KingCast presents: RSA 91-A Motion for Declaratory Judgment in Franconia shooting tragedy Attachment 17.

BTW it's PCP, not THC. According to Kelly's files, & Officer Bruno, Floyd sold BOTH. Yep.

19 comments:

Christopher King said...

From the looks of things Shooter Floyd violated the First Rule of drug dealin':

Don't get high off your own stash.

Anonymous said...

Never get high on your own supply

-- Biggie Smalls

Christopher King said...

And to all the haters I say

I ain't mad atcha'

Namaste.

Charles Duffy said...

We often forget and let the Media and laws decide for us.

Was Liko Kenney from the back shores of New Jersey, Garry Indiana, Chicagoland or the torrents of the Missisipee Delta?

I guess there are not enough people in this world that do great things.

We as people need to undrestand that chasing down 24 year olds in Northern NH by Law enforcement is the least of our worries.

The media will make you think otherwize that crime is happening everywhere.


Was Russia Politically correct with it's people?

It Seems like Castro "is" and nobody has codified his ass yet.

Liko Kenney's Ass was Solidified in the real values of your future freedoms that you believe you still have.

The White salve traderrs of the past still have there money. They are the one's that voted to let you free or believe in it.

Harrasing your right's to freedom is a belief. Although, Harrasing your rights to Life isn't.

Just look what happened to Liko Keeney.

So. I gues crime in Franconia is a big deal like the inner cities of trouble that can never be solved.


The moral of this story is that the police are looking for trouble with nothing better to do in Franconia.

because that's where real crime is happening at the First National Federal Bank Of Franconia?

I guess the Fed might adjust your mortgage rate but not your bail?

I need a loan I'm a criminal.



People,

Wake up to your police state and the country you thought you believed in before it's too late.

.

Christopher King said...

So. I gues crime in Franconia is a big deal like the inner cities of trouble that can never be solved.


The moral of this story is that the police are looking for trouble with nothing better to do in Franconia.


I know dude. It's sooo ridiculous, Lucy. There is so precious little real crime in Franconia that some and I repeat SOME police just have to find something to do, and let's not forget the money thing.

One of the most interesting pans in the movie trailer is the shot of the same storefront housing a bank and the AG's office.

Nice.

Christopher King said...

Oh yeah I'm surprised you didn't mention the Silver Bullet reference from the last post about the lack of any diagram of analysis of the bullet hole in Liko's windshield :)

No way Kelly can get around that when she says at p. 42 Floyd was unarmed when he saw Liko run McKay over.

That's not going to work. On another post about the dirty emails read how I brought that up and asked for a commetn and the guy just.... disappeared.

Anonymous said...

This is a conviction for sale of PCP, or an accusation (noting that the PCP charge is blacked out)

Christopher King said...

That is the indictment for which we was CONVICTED.

-c

Anonymous said...

Is it? I've been of the belief he was only convicted of a pot offense and that the PCP charges were unfounded. Have you obtained a conviction record in this regard?

Christopher King said...

Ahh, I know there was this nice melange of Marijuana/PCP/Theft charges.... Anywya I have that from the Fact-Checkers at Boston Magazine:

"Floyd had also been found guilty of selling marijuana and PCP in Georgia, felony convictions that made it illegal for him to own the two firearms he kept stashed at his house way up in the deep woods of Easton, where a chain hangs across his driveway and at least one snarling Rottweiler patrols the grounds."

Christopher King said...

And oh there is also that certain pdf reference at p. 202 by Officer Robert Bruno, Reference No. F971006COF

"He also has two felony drug convictions out of the State of Georgia."

So that corresponds with the two indictments, one for marijuana and one for PCP.

Unless he was busted for yet something ELSE we haven't been informed of.....

He was also arrested in Mass for something that has been redacted because those charges were dismissed. pdf. 222.

I think they did a good enough job redacting that I can't make that out.

-c

Anonymous said...

Is it? I've been of the belief he was only convicted of a pot offense and that the PCP charges were unfounded. Have you obtained a conviction record in this regard?

9:51,

I am pretty sure that Floyd attests to the PCP conviction in his statement on 5/11. He tried to give two different names for it. Isn't the street name angel dust? Are you really defending this man?

How can anyone defend this guy that is the biggest liar in all of the statements. He is a lunatic, drugged out psycho. He found himself a "free kill" on 5/11 and there is a very big difference in that and defending a police officer. He hated the police and threatened their lives, yet a HUGE deal is made of the "allegations" of a known officer stating Liko was "going to take matters into his own hands". Huge difference, and not to mention that when this officer made this statement he was doing quite a bit of his own harassing. I will give this officer credit though as I believe he is settling down.

On the record Floyd's statements were far more damning than Liko's which Ayotte chose to hi-lite.

Liko repeatedly asked his Aunt for the camera, "Where's the camera?" Over and over he asked for the camera. He was angry and she was scared. She acknowledged that Liko never told her he would harm her physically or ever even touched her body. This is Liko's restraining order event.

Floyd told the meter reader he was going to kill him and told the cops he could have taken them between the eyes because he was sitting on his gun. He threatened to kill people at the school his son went to and according to the statements he went into detail about doing it and exactly where the person would end up.

Floyd doesn't even qualify for a bango in the film, Deliverance. He is like nothing I have ever seen the likes of.

And Chriiiiisss....are you trying to torture me with that freaky pic of that man? Just when I think he is out of my visual sight he pops back up. Guess you don't want us to forget how "vacant" and scary this man is.

What was his claim on 5/11? This is the 23rd, 43rd man I have killed? The reason no one knows for sure is because neither does that lunatic. Did he kill them in his imagination? Viet Nam (which he could not have been in), Asia (stationed there), or that crazy secret service (who knows - they always need a patsy? maybe he killed all these people on his free time?

Christopher King said...

And Chriiiiisss....are you trying to torture me with that freaky pic of that man? Just when I think he is out of my visual sight he pops back up. Guess you don't want us to forget how "vacant" and scary this man is.

Yes it is difficult to view him and Liko in the same moment but all of the lawsuit exhibits are full-colour so the Court will have an interesting look at these two men.

And I keep him around on the blawg from time to time precisely because he is scary and we cannot forget that and you don't even know what else he has said and done that I can't discuss here.

Have a great weekend. I'll be makin' copies in honor of Dana Carvey :)

Namaste.

Anonymous said...

You said:

I am pretty sure that Floyd attests to the PCP conviction in his statement on 5/11. He tried to give two different names for it. Isn't the street name angel dust? Are you really defending this man?


If he didn't do it, sure. I mean... he sold pot 30 years ago... almost fell on an officer (attempted simple assault) 10 years ago, and no arrest since. Sounds a lot cleaner than either Liko or Caleb.

Christopher King said...

12:52

Apparenly you missed my 11:11 comment so I will repeat it:

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And oh there is also that certain pdf reference at p. 202 by Officer Robert Bruno, Reference No. F971006COF

"He also has two felony drug convictions out of the State of Georgia."

So that corresponds with the two indictments, one for marijuana and one for PCP.

Unless he was busted for yet something ELSE we haven't been informed of.....

He was also arrested in Mass for something that has been redacted because those charges were dismissed. pdf. 222.

I think they did a good enough job redacting that I can't make that out.

He also did this:

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...

Chris, Chris, Chris (with a merry tsk thrown in here)... you are going on the word of two police officers who may or may not have had agendas of their own. You are so willing to believe these officers (one is Every, whom the town of Easton fired (and who tried to walk with town property... a gun to be used by the Chief).

If I were you, I'd consider doing your own research and not depending on the fact checkers of others... cuz' they, too, might be in trouble if someone were to file a motion regarding Libel... and just repeating what is out in the media IS enough to lose you a case.

Christopher King said...

Well that will indeed be interesting when and if an action is filed and I say, assuming arguendo that there was no PCP conviction or plea:

1. I haven't damaged his reputation in the community.

2. My source was the Attorney General's Investigative files, so I implead her.

Namaste.

Anonymous said...

1:59 "If I were you, I'd consider doing your own research..."

Irony finally! This blog rocks.

Christopher King said...

Oh, yeah despite the tragic occasion this blawg is a hoot and I look foward to opening the comments again in a few days when the short film hits.

The research is interesting because all you've got is Kelly's files and what the police say happened because p. 42 of Kelly's report says only that Floyd had "two felonies."

Her investigative files show an officer of the law representing that Floyd was bagged for PCP and Marijuana.

But there is a theft charge floating around out there... one would think the AG's office would have a bit more of a grip on things.

Here's what newbie Ted and I think.