01 September 2007

KingCast presents tools of the trade: NH AAG Strelzin & State Rep. McLeod secret emails show disrespect for NH Public Defender, Mark Sisti & KingCast.

One post today, long but good. Or good and long.

This is a comment response to the last post showing RSA 91-A Motion for Declaratory Judgment Attachments 10 and 11. It has a direct relation to the ABC News 20/20 crews with Juju Chang that I and other Franconia residents spotted in the last few days because I hope they interview her and ask her about her comments. So this is the comment:

Oh, yeahhh....That is just ridiculous. Now put yourself in Liko's position with this hater who just did that to you when all you were doing was following your old probation COURT ORDER to avoid direct contact and asking for witnesses and you get tagged like that and OC sprayed like that and without command or directive, then McKay walks away and for all we know puts his hand on his gun. Remember Floyd and Caleb said that Floyd got McKay's gun from his hand. It is ENTIRELY possible that Bruce was reaching for his heat when Liko shot him. [Note: McKay likely violated use of deadly force and OC Spray policies. Read this].

And frankly, given what McKay had just done to him, and what Liko knew McKay had done to a number of other citizens, and given McKay's threat to Liko that he was gonna' get him, if he did reach for his gun I don't blame Liko ONE BIT.

I may not have access to a scanner until Tuesday but wait until you see the internal AG emails that show blatant disrespect to the Public Defender's office from Strelzin on 8 July:

"Karen is right. They are absurd"

Karen Huntress wrote: "It was an absurd response by [Randy Hawkes] but I think it might reflect the group thought over there about the Franconia incident."

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Strelzin wrote on 26 June:

"Thanks -- I'm sure we will be hearing more of this kind of stuff."

See, Union Leader's Kathy Marchocki had called Charles West Cwest@safety.state.nh.us (for what reason I have no idea because Marchocki NEVER wants to talk to me about this case; I've called her twice and spoke with her and she ran me off the phone when I started getting into blatant contradictions) and he told Strelzin:

"[Kenney family Attorney Mark] Sisti also made statements critical of Cpl. McKay's behavior in pushing Kenney's car and using OC Spray, etc."

I've got news for you Attorney Strelzin: McKay DID IN FACT violate the Franconia Use of Deadly Force and OC Spray policies as noted in my RSA 91-A Motion for Declaratory Judgment and as Attorney Sisti will prove in due course as well. So yeah, you will indeed be hearing "More of this stuff."

Strelzin is a bought-and-sold tool.

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Strelzin wrote:

"Representative: I called you back on your cell phone and left a message." [KingCast can only surmise what THAT message was]

Bought-and-sold in bed with LEand Shooter Floyd State Rep Martha McLeod wrote on 11 July:

"Jeff, what can you tell me about this guy? He mentions your name. I have not responded to his emails so he is getting more persistent"


[KingCast says you're damn skippy Martha. And if you really wanted to know what I am trying to do you could have just picked up the godd*mn phone and used it to call me instead of Strelzin. You have shown your stripes and made your bed. The voters will see if you get to keep it when the dust settles.]

"I seriously doubt he is interested in doing my little community any good but perhaps is interested in exploiting our situation fo rhis own purposes, whatever those may be."

[KingCast says I want to make a film that has input from everybody, including you Martha, and hope it makes it big enough to help build a youth recreation center, buy some tennis lessons or ski lessons, whatever. Lifetime community member Jeffery Jesseman has agree to spearhead that effort locally. Would that help your community or not honey?]

"I can be reached at 444-4461 if you would rather talk by phone."

[Yeah, better get rid of those pesky emails, huh. Well KingCast encourages folks to read this extremely professional and unanswered letter to Martha and then everyone who believes State Rep. McLeod to be derelict in her duties to give her a call as well. She is a public servant, you know.

Martha McLeod's (in)actions to date makes me sick. She has such an apparently innocent face but I don't think she even deserves to have the name Martha because it brings down the value of the real Martha's name. She's no State Rep, just one exceptional Social Studies teachers and I used to rap with her students from time to time. I'm sure she would hurl if she knew what the fake Martha is up to, coddling up to Shooter Floyd, who is one EXTREMELY dangerous man as already known, in addition to the Under Seal Affidavits. Well in fact, she does know. I just emailed her.

5 comments:

Christopher King said...

The letter to State Rep. McLeod:

I sent it on 10 July 2007. The header is in the comments section.

Dear Representative McLeod:

Please allow me to introduce myself as someone who has dedicated this phase of his life to seeing something positive come out of the tragedies of 5/11.

My film maker and I are well into production for what will initially be a short piece highlighting the need for MANDATORY Civilian Review Boards and we will want to use this piece to raise awareness and to generate support for such a bill.

Believe me, after our days of production in Concord and in Franconia I can tell you the piece will be quite compelling.

We are securing funding for that right now (never an easy thing because we're not selling anything except Justice) but I know we can make this happen. Film editing takes a lot of time. A lot.

Meanwhile, please review this blawg post:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2007/07/kingcast-praises-nh-hb-58-establishing.html

.....and recognize that we press the government for answers, as we should do in a free society.

Christopher King, J.D.
603.438.8017
KingCast.net
Justiceforkids.net

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.....

Christopher King said...

Oh yeah:

McKay went for his heat back in 2003 and Liko told him

"Don't even think about it."

So then I suppose it was totally irrational of Liko to think he would do it again in 2007 after McKay used DEADLY FORCE and OC spray in a manner that likely violates Franconia policy.

Yeah, right.

Anonymous said...

From The Caledonian Record A letter to the editor which references Franconia



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Mistaken armor
Saturday September 1, 2007


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To the Editor:

As I read mostly non-fiction I pay but slight attention to this paper, but your article celebrating "Drega's Day" was brought to my attention, as was at the same time the most recent larceny and obscene ethics of the cop and civil government in Island Pond.

I spent a day up there asking questions a week after the Drega incident and found that more than half those I spoke with - none embracing mayhem - still understood why Mr. Drega exploded.

He was a good man, but one of the remaining few who refuse to lie down and roll over for the incessant hassling so many small town authorities revel in. If we had him for just a little while now, that cop at Island Pond would be out of business shortly, but of course those behind the cop would glorify him and cops from everywhere would march five deep.

That day was Drega's day. The only hero was Mr. Joos, admirable man, sacrificing himself, though Drega reluctantly took him out.

The cops blustered into what they clearly should have seen was going to be a bad-news situation, just exactly like the cop in Franconia.

Somehow that uniform so often is mistaken as armor overriding professional judgment.

Edward Sawyer

East Burke, Vt.

Darrell Jones said...

Interesting how certain of my imageshack scans have disappeared.

-c