30 November 2007

NH AG Kelly Ayotte lies again: "We don't have any other complaints about Bruce McKay...."

Well none except this one, of course. Goes to this post. Now what's really interesting is the development in Attorney Mullen's position toward my requests that allowed me to see that document, because as noted in this 25 July post he was not going to let me see anything. Read my letter to him. I'm sure they researched the law and found they were in violation of it. Now I just want a Declaratory Judgment to that effect, among other things in the pending RSA 91-A litigation.

4 comments:

Christopher King said...

You know what's really foul about Kelly?

I think a compelling argument could be made that Bruce was a misogynist.

For her then -- as a woman -- to cover for him, is the worst.

Trivia question: What is the word for a woman who hates men?

Misandrist. Read about it here.

Lucidiocy said...

It would be nice to see his police psych evals, though I don't know about him being a misogynist, McKay strikes me as having had a personality disorder, namely:

Narcissistic Personality Disorder
(taken from Wiki)

Overreacts to criticism, becoming angry or humiliated

Uses others to reach goals

Exaggerates own importance

Entertains unrealistic fantasies about achievements, power, beauty, intelligence or romance

Has unreasonable expectations of favorable treatment

Seeks constant attention and positive reinforcement from others

Is easily jealous

Has a sense of entitlement

Is interpersonally exploitative

Lacks empathy

Displays arrogant behavior

Displays haughty behavior

Lucidiocy said...

Isn't Ayotte even remotely worried about this? Why does she continue to lie?

This stuff is public record?

Right?

Christopher King said...

Well it's public record NOW, but it wasn't always. After you commented I added a paragraph showing the development of the thinking coming from my adversaries.

On the misogynist tip I've got other information coming, but that would in no way discount what you wrote either.

In fact much of what you wrote was told to the AG's office by "Ms. B," whose cover letter of course is the one pictured here, which is attached to this complaint.

So Kelly knew about all of these issues for a while.

So no, she doesn't give a damn apparently.

Also you should know that this insouciant attitude towards McKay's faults is in part because Bruce helped apprehend someone involved in a police shooting and got a letter from former U.S. House Rep. Charlie Bass about that, and he also got props for stopping a drug dealer in an Avis rent-a-car that led to many other arrests.

So he's gonna' be a Teflon-Don sorta cop, regardless of his abuses, because he did some good work at some point.