30 January 2008

KingCast says thank goodness HB 1428 McKay Highway went to interim study, by House vote 250-90.

My film maker knows this is how the road signs should read up in North Country. My comment on today's victory was:

"Rock the Vote."

Here's a scathing Concord Monitor guest editorial in response to a submission allegedly written by Bruce McKay's father.

Here's the Union Leader story noting Kelly was "disappointed" with the vote and Sharon Davis McKay (whom I guess has been living with him for 3 years in an exclusive manner to adopt Common Law Status) said "It's not over." Damn right it's not over, and KingCast and the Franconia Collective will be there every step of the way until it is "over." I'll be busy blogging this one tonight, after I review the McKay OC Spray of Sarah, this second copy had damn well better function.

We'll turn this whole thing back around on them; can't wait to see what they do and don't tell me about the ballistics and print/palm evidence. Look what Bruce McKay's old associate had to say.

I knew this was a worthwhile cause from the first post on it.

19 comments:

Christopher King said...

I was never a huge statistics kind of guy but isn't that like, umm... a three-to-one margin?

I did take calculus and trig and stuff though, enough to know when I see the axis of evil:

Kelly, Franconia, and Floyd.

Christopher King said...

Those of us who push for the Truth in this case (and in Maura Murray's case) are honoring Liko Kenney and Bruce McKay appropriately.

Everyone knows Liko's faults because they've been broadcast by the State.

But virtually no one knows that Liko's Civil Rights were arguably violated in 2003 and in 2007 by none other than Bruce McKay. That Tahoe ram and that OC Spray were not policy, my friends, and the creation -- read: extension -- of that antipathy led to both men's death.

And McKay's legacy will be honored as a training tool for others, of how a once-proud officer with good potential turned out to be a rogue bully of the North Country Underworld.

Just my $.02 in the kitty.

Along with the thousands collected by others as deposited with our State Legislators.

Anonymous said...

So when can we expect a public apology from Rep McLeod and the Franconia Select Board?

This song was on the radio this morning, lets just say, nothing happens by coincidence:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=iikKzQwgBJc&feature=related

Anonymous said...

The gauntlet has been thrown down by McLeod. What kind of man was McKay? A thorough investigation is imperative!

Christopher King said...

11:36

Here's the link:

"We will rock you!"

Appropos.

B. Rhapsody said...

Thanks CK A mutual friend had that played on the radio this morning, just for the occasion.

Christopher King said...

Bohemian:

And we did rock them. It must irk Kelly and her crew to no end that the public has so strongly stood up to this deification of Bruce McKay.

And we're just getting started.

They took stole the lead with their delay in producing the 2007 video for the 2003, and by putting out fragments of a thoroughly-planned and bogus "investigation," and thought it would fly.

It will fly in the manner of an albatross hanging on Kelly Ayotte's neck, with Martha McLeod in tow.

In the words of that comedian guy Ron White

"How far will that engine take us in flight.... all the way to the scene of the crash..."

Hootlarious.

Get yer popcorn ready because this movie will be TOLD.

Anonymous said...

http://www.fortliberty.org/patriotic-humor/patriotic-pictures/how-about-a-nice-cup-of-shut-the-fuck-up.jpg

Christopher King said...

Ohhh, I love it.

Anonymous said...

11:36

theme song

OH YEEAAAHHH

Christopher King said...

Meanwhile, the OC Spray video of McKay on Sarah did not appear at KingCast central; maybe tomorrow.

It will be posted shortly thereafter.

With a blow-by-blow analysis first before I have the chance to upload it.

And don't worry, unlike the State stories this one will be accurate.

Namaste.

Anonymous said...

"We will rock you!"


Anonymous B. Rhapsody said...

Thanks CK A mutual friend had that played on the radio this morning, just for the occasion.


11:36

theme song

OH YEEAAAHHH

3:31 PM


Let's make it our official theme song. It is perfect.

Anonymous said...

I am deeply impressed and grateful that the House of Representatives heard the people and did the right thing.

I am appalled that after the letters the Governor has received regarding this he would be outraged but hey...welcome to the club. We have been outraged for 9 months living with these lies attempting to be heard and expose the truth.

Kelly Ayotte is disappointed? We have been deeply disappointed by her for the last 9 months.

Martha needs our thanks for helping to bring this into the light of the entire state. She has been so helpful in expanding public awareness. We thank you Martha, even if your intent was not ours. All we have ever said is all we need is to be listened to and the truth will stand above all else.

Today the Light was shining brightly for truth and justice.

Anonymous said...

6:08

AMEN

Christopher King said...

6:08

Yah and while Governor Lynch is all bent out of shape over today's vote (and the movement toward transparent and accountable government in general) I'm kind of upset that his office and Kelly's office told me to go pound sand when I asked for a fact-finding tour.

Well ha-ha-ha they're getting all the facts they need right here right now, Bubba..... in spades.

Christopher King said...

They keep playing Franconia and the rest of the North Country for fools, and I'm insulted by it as a sapient and sentient being, honestly.

Namaste.

Christopher King said...

Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2008 00:32:18 -0800 (PST)
From: "Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com
Subject: Thanks for your coverage of HB 1428
To: klandrigan@nashuatelegraph.com
CC: tfahey@unionleader.com, nlove@ap.org

To Nashua's Kevin Landrigan:

Dear Kevin,

I want to thank you for covering HB 1428 failure

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2008/01/kingcast-says-thank-goodness-hb-1428.html

.....and remind you that Bruce McKay except for some limited activity, had no candle to hold to Officers Charron, Lord, Phillips and Briggs:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2008/01/kingcast-explains-differences-between.html

How exactly do you honor an officer such as McKay:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2008/01/kingcast-applauds-former-bruce-mckay.html

"I lived in Bethlehem for years. I knew most members of the Franconia Police Department, including Bruce McKay and his chief, Mark Montminy. I also knew many members of the extended Kenney family (though I never met Liko). Everyone pretty much knows everybody else in the small communities in the Franconia and Easton valleys, and Officer McKay was a locally notorious abuser of the public trust, a classic bully hiding behind his badge...."

Nobody would have died on the Easton Road on that awful day last May if only Officer McKay had been a disciplined professional, or if Chief Montminy had not been derelict in his duty to supervise a subordinate who for years had shown a flagrant disregard for standard police procedures. [snip]


And so then, now with McKay true image property enshrined in the collective minds of our legislators, we now turn to Gregory W. Floyd and a certain conversation he had with Trooper Cooper about what he did with Liko Kenney's gun vis a vis the pending charges against him for criminal threats with a gun.

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2008/01/franconia-investigator-trooper-cooper.html

And let's not forget that the Court did not believe Floyd's statement that his victim "had a gun."

Any chance this fine man -- this purported Vietnam veteran -- lied about what Liko Kenney was or was not doing with his gun on 5/11?

You think about it.

Namaste.

Anonymous said...

HOT NEWS!!!!


It is not customary for the House to transcribe there sessions. Upon request of a house member to do so, the House votes on it and guess what? That happened yesterday. We can see it in two weeks on the legislative site - all of it and word is that Martha insisted that McKay was a wonderful officer loved by the citizens of Franconia!!!! She lied in front of the entire House. She basically showed everyone what a lying deceitful,manipulative self-serving woman she is. I can't wait to see the transcript. Bye bye Martha.

Christopher King said...

Oh, I've said she was toast from the get-go. Let's hope she's not the only BSA (Bad State Actor) to get the hook.

Lynch should sack Ayotte as well, but he's made his position clear; wouldn't even come with KingCast on a fact finding tour and his happy-assed press secretary Colin Manning even hung up on me, whereupon I warned them they have not seen nor heard the last of this.

KingCast, the Franconia Collective and many many other citizens of New Hampshire have brought the fact-finding tour to them, and that's some seismic activity they will feel for the rest of their lives, sent straight from the Spirit of Liko, and that of Michele and Davey in Hawaii.

Namaste, Aloha, Peace, Love and Truth.