02 November 2007

NH AG Homicide Chief Jeffery Strelzin plays the shell game with KingCast with obfuscatory, dilatory and niggardly RSA 91-A responses.

Oh, yes Counselor you did, as you wrote:
"Two of those documents were not in our possession and the three that were released to you but withheld by us, were done so pursuant to RSA 91-A:5."


First of all, there were six documents as you will see when you click here. Please identify which of those documents, Counselor, were not in your possession and which ones were in your possession but not released. Here they are, again at the first seven (7) links:

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. Search warrant signed by Judge Cyr.
6. Stole the Virgin Mary #1.
7. Stole the Virgin Mary #2.
8. Newspapers scared of Floyd.

Then you wrote:
"As to your second request, there are no additional documents in our possession beyond those already provided to you, with the exception of those documents or portions withheld from release pursuant to RSA 91-A:5."

Okay, fine Counselor. That basically means that the State doesn't care too much about Floyd's arrest for Assault with Dangerous Weapons or his conviction for disorderly conduct. You wish I would go away but there's not much chance of that. In fact, I've got college students studying this case, all the way back to the ridiculous 2003 arrest of Liko Kenney was was not actively violating any laws, when Bruce McKay started with his put-downs, "Maybe you should go back to school," and "Where are you from Liko?"

As if there is anyone in Franconia or Littleton who doesn't know where the Kenneys are from. What a jerk. Here's a big old scan of Attorney Strelzin covering up what he and Kelly willfully and deceitfully hid from the American Public.

5 comments:

Christopher King said...

It is odd what causes folks to comment or not to comment, but this is perhaps the single most important post in the past month.

This one and this one, about the missing complaint about McKay.

-c

Anonymous said...

You are doing a great job, Chris. You have been exposing it all and keeping it going. The entire northeast and beyond are paying attention to this case.

Clean house!!!!

Anonymous said...

Ayotte sure is being quiet. Nothing to say? Hhhhmmmm.......

Christopher King said...

Kelly's not going to say anything publicly. She is represented by counsel.

Heck, getting her or Attorney Strelzin to say much of anything important or truthful has been a battle worthy of Sisyphus anyway.

Here's the latest on NH AG Homicide Chief Jeffery Strelzin, from 18 November 2007.

Excerpt:

"We've reached our conclusion in the case as far as any potential criminal charges and have issued our final report," Strelzin said. "If, like in any other case, people were to come forward with more information, our people would gather it."

KingCast says, yeah, gather it and hide it, that is.

Christopher King said...

And of course those counsel would be the same cast of characters who lost the Fred Murray Right-to-Know litigation in the very same courthouse exactly a year ago.