22 October 2007

KingCast approaches NH AG Kelly Ayotte and the Office of Homeland Security about Gregory W. Floyd and Bruce McKay.

Dear Kelly:

Please produce a copy of all documents your office received from the New Hampshire State Police regarding Gregory W. Floyd. When I became the first journalist to online host your investigative files as noted in the links in this post I don't believe any of the documents enumerated below were included as noted in the links to this post, so the folks in Franconia and I would be much obliged if you could clarify the apparent variance pursuant to RSA 91-A, within the time permitted by Law.

1. Floyd was a military AWOL liarhead.
2. Assault and disturbing the peace?
3. In violation of Mass and Federal Law?
4. Held guns in Mass.
5. Shot guns at Prince Edward Island.
6. Stole the Virgin Mary #1.
7. Stole the Virgin Mary #2.
8. Newspapers scared of Floyd.

Also, based on those documents it would appear that Mr. Floyd was in violation of 18 U.S.C. 922 on at least four (4) occasions, and that carries a maximum sentence of ten (10) years and a $250,000.00 fine.

1. In Massachusetts for ownership.
2. In New Hampshire for ownership.
3. In New Hampshire for possessing Bruce McKay's gun.
4. At Prince Edward Island while a resident of New Hampshire.

Accord U.S. v. Ngai Man Lee, citing United States v. Verrecchia, 196 F.3d 294 (1st Cir. 1999) holding that the Jury doesn't even have to know which gun in particular that a person like Floyd illegally possessed:
.....jurors who agreed that the defendant possessed a firearm but disagreed as to which firearm he possessed nonetheless would be unanimous on the relevant element of the offense: possession of "any firearm."

For more case law read the comments.

Therefore please provide me a copy of any and all documents that indicate your intentions in terms of referral to the appropriate federal agencies, including the U.S. Attorney's Officer, Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms (ATF) or the office of Homeland Security, so that I will know if that is something I will have to do on my own or whether I have your support in addressing Mr. Floyd's apparently lawless behavior. I wonder how he became a member of our Armed Forces as a three (3) time felon? And I wonder why your office did not produce any information on the third felony for the theft of the Virgin Mary statue. As a footnote I suppose Mr. Floyd lied about his Felonies when he entered the service as well as when he applied for his gun permit in Mass.

As your office throughly investigated Mr. Floyd's background, making the World Public wait +2 months from the time of the shootings to release your investigative files, I would believe you have the answers to those questions so please produce any and all documents you have in your possession that relate to your investigation of whether Floyd lied to obtain his permits in NH or MA, including but not limited to a copy of his applications to own firearms in both states.


Next I need you to provide any diagrams similar to these from the McKenzie property (one and two) for the windshield bullet as noted in this post. I would assume there would be diagrams for Liko's car seeing as he died in that car, with his seatbelt on -- and whereas it would seem inappropriate to construct diagrams for the broadside of a barn but not for Liko's car, which had just been rammed with McKay's 5,500lb Tahoe like this, and in which he had been OC sprayed like this.


Next I need you to provide me any documents you have regarding Bruce McKay and whether his ex-wife was in a Safe House in or near Franconia. See, in my estimation that is relevant because if there was domestic violence that would have rendered him unfit to be a police officer, and I'm certain that you as a woman would be sensitive to those concerns and would not want to condone that sort of activity. It is my understanding that he took off in his vehicle after they moved her from the safe house with a trunk full of weapons in his car and was apprehended in another state, so I need to clarify exactly where your office stands on this matter. We can agree to disagree on the First Amendment Consent Laws and a woman's right to privacy (you were wrong in my opinion and in the opinion of the U.S. Supreme Court as noted) but on spousal abuse there is no room to disagree. You either vigorously oppose it or you are vigorously supporting it.

I thank you in advance for your prompt response.


Anonymous said...

Brilliant work Chris. A follow-on deposition should be interesting...and entertaining.

My Album of the weekend - Tattoo You by the Stones. For many reasons, some obvious to only a select few :)

This album featured:

Start Me Up - Ayottes's gonna wish she never started this up!

Little T&A - Hell ya! :)

Waiting On A Friend - Which was all Liko was doing Feb 2003

Thanks and God Bless. Its good to have friends like you and the Collective.

Christopher King said...

And it is wonderful to be welcome in the Collective.

BTW just got an email from Justin Lavely. Then I telephoned him and we spoke about things. He and I both have a hard time believing that the State Police/Dep't of Safety failed to deliver those documents to the AG's Office.

He is interested in this news even if the major press has declined to comment.

Look for a story on Wednesday.

Anonymous said...

hey three steps...definitely Tattoo You ;)

and for chris....
it really is All Good, you know. much appreciation to you. will be patiently waiting for answers to the questions you pose in this post.

Liko, rest easy...forever safe.

Christopher King said...

To both of you:

I remember Tattoo You "Don't wanna be your slave....."

To that end:

Accord U.S. v. Pratt, 15 years career criminal.

Accord U.S. v. Link, 188 month sentence.

Accord U.S. v. Gatward/Carr, 235 month sentence.

Anonymous said...


Floyd left the marines in '79. His guilty plea was in '81. When he entered the marines he had not yet risen to felon status.

Christopher King said...

That would be true in part.

But here's the other part.


Anonymous said...

The theft of a $100.00 statue does not make a felon in NH or many states, most states require an amount of over $500.00.

Christopher King said...


Hey, I'm only going by what the State says. I'm not here to issue my normative pronouncements on what the law SHOULD BE.

Instead I am basing my requests on what the State of Georgia said the law IS.

Christopher King said...

Let me be clear:

Here is 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1)

It shall be unlawful for any person—
(1) who has been convicted in any court of, a crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year... to ship or transport in interstate or foreign commerce, or possess in or affecting commerce, any firearm or ammunition; or to receive any firearm or ammunition which has been shipped or transported in interstate or foreign commerce.

Now read this carefully.


Anonymous said...

Didn't the arms that were found at the Floyd's home belong to his wife? Doesn't she have a right to own and use fire arms as long as they are locked up? Hasn't the US Supreme court ruled on this in various cases?

Christopher King said...


I believe the law comes down that if you are a felon nobody in your home can have firearms.

Feel free to let me know if you find a link that says otherwise.

And the guns that Floyd admitted shooting in P.E.I. of course that's an ipso facto violation right here, right now baby.

Anonymous said...

I won't go leaf peeping this year in NH...too afraid to be #44

Christopher King said...


They can try to sugar coat it all they want to, but Kelly gave a pass to a maniac, and she knew it.


Anonymous said...

just returned from my first visit to franconia this weekend, and wondered about crime statistics for the area.

it is a serene, peaceful and naturally beautiful area. it's hard to imagine how violence could erupt, other than domestic violence,given the demographics and the particular physical locations of '03 and 5/11.

here are some numbers:


seems to me mckay had to look very hard to make trouble.