21 December 2007

KingCast says "Rut-ro:" No building inspection or occupancy permit for the Lorraine building fire in Gloucester MA.

This is the first post on the Gloucester fire, in which a friend of mine, S.S. lost everything she owned. The content of this post has been removed and left to an archive as it appears that litigation is imminent and the Defendants are private entities.

Plot thickens: In the interest of Fair Play, the gentleman who was accused of drying his chemise over a lamp vehemently denies starting the fire. Here is his story as told to the Gloucester Times.
"Carignan said there were no fire extinguishers that he knew of in the building and firefighters didn't have one on their truck. He helped them to pull the hose in and held it down with them as they sprayed down his apartment.

Carignan's two-room, $700-a-month basement apartment was near the boiler room. He said that he'd followed landlord Gary Raso there days before the fire to ask him a question because Raso had not responded to phone calls. Carignan said that Raso told him he couldn't be in the boiler room and asked to meet him outside.

Carignan said that before he left the boiler room, he saw a fluorescent green liquid, like anti-freeze, all over the floor. He added that a heating company had been working on something in the boiler room for a week and a half, and he could smell gasoline from his basement apartment throughout that time.

Carignan said that on the day of the fire, new workers had come into the boiler room. He said they were not from the original company and arrived in an unmarked truck.

Raso could not be reached for comment yesterday."


Anonymous said...

On Youtube, John Kacavas reviews McKay's pursuit of Liko on 5/10. If this is the type of analysis that we can expect from AAGs in NH, its no wonder Liko is dead. The only thing he sees wrong with McKay is that he turned his back on Liko. He claims that McKay was shot in the back, which I believe is something echoed by the state's AG. When was the autopsy performed compared to when the AG released her preliminary judgements? And can we say one way or another if McKay was shot in the back ever? I'm really tired of this bs that oh Liko shot someone in the back like somehow that makes him a scoundrel. If McKay hadn't made a run for the movie exits he would have taken those bullets in the gut. Liko didn't shoot someone in the back he shot someone who was running from him. He shot a man who was assualting him repeatedly. nome sane?

Anonymous said...

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On Youtube, John Kacavas reviews McKay's pursuit of Liko on 5/10. If this is the type of analysis that we can expect from AAGs in NH, its no wonder Liko is dead. The only thing he sees wrong with McKay is that he turned his back on Liko.

Christopher King said...

Oh, I know.

That's why Liko told me to send Chief Montminy this Christmas Present:

Another FOIA request to see how McKay treated "Sarah" when he blasted her with OC Spray.


Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2007 13:38:43 -0800 (PST)
From: "Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com

Subject: Merry Christmas to Franconia Defendants with an RSA 91-A/FOIA request from the Spirit of Liko Kenney.

Here you are.


20 December 2007

KingCast says "Merry Christmas!" to Defendants Mark Montminy/Town of Franconia from the Spirit of Liko Kenney.

Christopher King said...

And oh, don't forget the other part of the anti-Liko mantra:

"shot him in the back... and then ran him over."

When in point of fact Liko was most likely trying to drive AROUND McKay when Gregory W. Floyd started shooting to murder Liko.

But again, don't take my word for it, take Gregory P. Floyd's word for it, and we all know that a son, especially his son, is not going to intentionally say anything that would harm his father.

"Floyd: "They had stopped in front of his arm the first time. They didn't actually hit the officer. Then they backed up to here and at that time my dad got out and tried to pull him to prevent him from running him over again" [KingCast says wait a minute: Run him over again??? There was absolutely nothing to keep Liko from running McKay over the first time -- but he didn't. Liko was just trying to get the hell out of there.] They backed up to here and the car went rushing forward and my dad shot at the driver and it hit him and made him stop. The front end of the car ended up over the officer's chest."

Christopher King said...

Date: Sat, 22 Dec 2007 13:06:14 -0800 (PST)
From: "Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com

Subject: Question for building director Sanborn
To: wsanborn@ci.gloucester.ma.us
CC: kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com

Dear Mr. Sanborn:

Someone recently posted a comment on a Boston Herald site that said you were misquoted.

You can see that exchange and my response to that right here.


I've been doing this off and on for 20 years now, since 1988:


.....so I figure I'll just cut right to the source:

Was there an occupancy permit or not? If there was one, when was it issued and what are its effective dates.

If there is not one, was there ever one issued and what were the effective dates?

Thank you in advance for your prompt response becuase I have a hard time believing that someone could materially misquote you.

Best wishes in the Holiday Season and beyond,

-Christopher King, J.D.

Unknown said...

Oh do I have comments all right! Gary Raso told me to take my time with my move and I told him I would be out by the 15th...he was going to charge me $375 for that time. I lost my guitar, all my CD's, pocketbooks, loads of books and important papers...I am not in any way saying that it is even close to what other people went through as I already had an apartment and did not have to witness the horror but...I still feel so traumatized that I can't go near Gloucester and see any of my friends. I do not know who Christopher King is but I would love to converse.

Christopher King said...

shoot me an email.