19 October 2007

KingCast asks "Why didn't Defendant Ayotte tell us Gregory Floyd was a thief, twice AWOL soldier and arrested for assault with dangerous weapons?"

As promised, I spent some quality time today with State Police attorney Marta Modigliani and the look on her face when I showed her what Kelley Ayotte did not include in her "Official Report" or in her "Investigative files" about Gregory W. Floyd was priceless.

If Kelly had made public the documents I am about to scan everyone would have been in an uproar. That's why she hid it and that's why KingCast is suing her. I have more than what I just showed you, and access to more than that you bet.... I only had $20 on me and they charged me $1 per page =^.)

The lawsuit.
The short film.
The community outcry.

In Georgia a Felony carries 12+ months of jail time. Take a look.

Here is 18 U.S.C. 922 (A)(6) and (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.

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.


Anonymous said...

Because her other choice was to open the cesspool of deceit and abuse of power that is McKay's legacy on the Franconia PD. Now how proper would that look? Better to paint a canvass of good samaritan military vet, dirtbag loser cop killer, and larger than life hero cop. Too bad she painted herself into a corner in the process.

I await your documents eagerly

Christopher King said...

She sure did.

And the documents are coming right now; 4:52 p.m.

Merrimack County Sheriff effectuated service on her on 17 October, 15:40 hours.


Christopher King said...

Oh yeah at scan #5 note that Floyd actually stole the Virgin Mary.

I'm not kidding.


Anonymous said...


I can't wait to see what you scan up regarding thievary,etc.

Christopher King said...

Also he admitted shooting in Prince Edward Island in this 28 June 2007 Calendonian Record story by Amy Ash Nixon, which I believe violates 18 U.S.C. 922(A)(6) and 922(g)(1) Lower Slower any ideas?


Christopher King said...


It's coming, just got it to desktop now to host and post.

Liko, we got your back, Man.


Anonymous said...

Is it possible that the State police withheld this information from the AG's office?

I cannot think of any other scenario where this would not be a conspiracy between law enforcement to decieve the publice and cover up facts during an investigation. The State Police were very aware of the AG's final report as they must have checked it for accuracy but it is seeming now they worked to put out a document that contained lies by ommission and conspired to cover-up the fact they had no intention of every investigating any possible violations by Floyd.

And so many people think conspiracys within law enforcement are far fetched even when it is between fellow officers who work together but her is a clear cut case of a conspiracy between the police and DA that goes all the way to the top.

At the very best there was only one cop tasked with checking Floyd's background and he lied to everyone but we know that is not true and if it is then NH law enforcement is much more Micky Mouse than we could have thought considering such a high profile case could have no checks and balances.

The only logic explination for not producing these documents that State Police themselves created is a conspiracy.

Anonymous said...

But none of that rant from my previous post matters because too many people think it is okay for LE to break the law and want to believe they would only do it for a good reason.. they are the sheep of this country who blindly follow leaders that do horrific things as we have seen a great deal of since 2000.

The rest of us complain to each other and that is it but we then go on with our life. We could read a story tonight about how a top ranking LE raped and killed a child and then was let off by hid brother the DA and the most we will do is complain to each other and then go on with our life. No matter how horrible the things we learn, we just accept it as another example of how our system can be very troubled and corrupt.

There are very few people who do anything like Mr. King. So, it kind of irritates me when people get so bold in telling him how wrong he is but do NOTHING on the other side of the scale to support their cause but except attack those actually standing up for a cause.

Christopher King said...

I hear you my brother.

It is a long and lonely walk at times but the Franconia Collective is meeting tonight.

Wish you were there, but I know you are there in spirit and actions. Many of the documents you caused to be generated in you correspondence with Defendant Ayotte are at issue in the litigation.

As to the Conspiracy theory you know it's truly ugly either way.

Watch Defendant Ayotte try to get that Deposition quashed now, you bet.

Purveyor of All Things Right-to-Know that she is.

PS: Any day now she is due to reply on the apparently missing 1996 Right-to-Know Commission report, which is germane to certain aspects of this case as well.

If you are a government official involved in mis or malfeasance related to Civil Rights, I am not exactly The Guy you want to take a piss at, but that is what the State has done, and now I'm going to stick this case at her for the rest of her natural life.

It's a much larger issue than Kelly, Liko, McKay or me.

It's about Justice and hypocrisy, not that the major press in NH seem to care.


Christopher King said...

Meanwhile I'll be hopping on Lexis soon to get case law where folks have been busted for this:

Friday Sep 21
I'm digging and pouring over case laws for you, brother.

I'm curious how did the NH AG circumvent Federal Law:

Federal law is much stricter. It generally prohibits a person convicted of a crime "punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year" from possessing a firearm. The test is the length of possible punishment, not whether the crime is called a misdemeanor or a felony. No exception is made for having a firearm at the home, no matter how long ago the conviction. 18 U.S.C.§ 922(g).


Anonymous said...

The AG should be fired and disbarred for her actions in this case.