06 November 2007

KingCast says support Liko Kenney and the Cause of Justice in Franconia, New Hampshire.

I already told you he's not a murderer: He is the new Voice of Freedom in the fight against government lies and corruption and the bumpah' stickers are available through KingCast at kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com.

On a related note I watched "Talk to Me" last night, with Don Cheadle as Emmy Award-Winning talk show host and comedian Petey Greene. It is a fantastic movie (takes you right back to the '70s) and Cheadle deserves some kind of award for this. The best line:
"My next guest is a pimp who I wouldn't trust to wash my car, but y'all done elected him as city official...."

Watch the trailer in the links right here. And the return to court for the RSA 91-A lawsuit of KingCast v. NH AG Kelly Ayotte et al, 07-E-268 arrived on time, yesterday: Label/Receipt Number: 0306 2400 0000 7528 7864
Status: Delivered Your item was delivered at 8:51 AM on November 5, 2007 in NORTH HAVERHILL, NH 03774.


Christopher King said...

The makeup, the dialogue, all of it was spot on. You really felt that you were back there in the 70's watching this movie.

And the supporting cast, unbelievable. Charlie Sheen, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Cedric the Entertainer and oh-my-god Taraji P. Henson is one talented and fine sista' you got that right; sho' 'nuff dig.


Christopher King said...

Martin Sheen, sorry. The daddy.

Lifer said...

In the process of Fixing Franconia, a whole lot of things can be fixed beyond the town line. We're talking Citizen Review Board models, Right-To-Know laws, and all around LE/governmental accountability. After all they work for us -- the PEOPLE; and not the other way around.

These bumper stickers are available for anyone who wants one. If there is interest the details can be worked out.

Christopher King said...

Indeed my brother, indeed.

People tend to get caught up in the microcosm, which is Liko and McKay.

But the ripple effect of this case will show America and the World the true nature of government mis and malfeasance in graphic detail, so that we can learn from it and take corrective actions to clean up government before more disasters happen.

Anonymous said...

Can anybody here help me understand the machismo in the "Live Free or Die" state, where liberal gun-toting laws and bikers live "freely"?
I get that Liko was harassed and fearful, and understand how he might have felt pushed to protect himself.
Floyd's shooting Liko makes this look like the Wild West, since his actions were impulsive and deadly. In my opinion, it can happen again.
What do you folks in this gun happy state propose to keep yourselves safe?

Christopher King said...

Civilian Review Boards would help a lot. Heck I would consider settling the pending litigation if the State would agree to that.

HB 58 was gunned down; take a look.