08 February 2008

KingCast reveals the real rap sheet on Gregory W. Floyd and asks why Kelly Ayotte continues to protect him, the Teflon Don of North Country.

Remember how I went to the State Department of Safety and obtained a number of documents about Gregory W. Floyd from Attorney Marta Modigliani? Well here are some of them, and there are more I will obtain before we rock the movie. As you read this be aware that Floyd is not allowed to have a gun, pursuant to U.S. v. Ruckman.

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.

But that's not all. Gregory Floyd, in addition to being convicted of three (3) felonies in Georgia, also went on a bit of a terror streak in Massachusetts under SSN 26*.84.838_. This is all oral but the docs are on their way. I can't believe this dirtbag was born on my birthday. Ewwwww......

Clinton District Court:
20 August 1984
Docket #82342
Assault & Battery w/Dangerous Weapons

Lowell District Court:
10 July 1987
Docket # 87CR-1342A/1343A/1343B
Assault w/Dangerous Weapons

Ayer District Court:
17 Sept. 1996
Docket # 9648CR-0929A
Disorderly Person N/G
Disturbing the Peace Guilty

Grafton Superior Court
1 July 1998
Criminal Threatening Guilty

Franconia School District
Year uncertain file not in front of me.
Affidavit on file in 07-E-268, Floyd threatened to send someone home in a body bag, "I know where you live and I know the route you take home, and if you're not careful they'll send you home in a body bag."

Grafton Superior Court
28 December 2007
Permanent Restraining Order
Download/Listen to Audio here.

I can only encourage you journalists out there with more money, time and resources than I have to get into these cases and find out what's really going on here, because there's far too many incidents to play off as mere coincidence, and that is exactly what former Easton Police Chief Robert Every wrote in his Affidavit; click on the quote here to read the whole thing. This guy was on a ten year Order of Good Behavior from Grafton Superior Court that he clearly violated by his acts that resulted in a Permanent Restraining Order yet his 3 years Prison time has not been invoked yet.

And that's why former NH AG Mark Zuckerman and the U.S. AG had better keep their promise to me to present the Floyd case to ATF, because if they don't do it before, say, 18 March 2008 I will. After all, he even admitted to being in violation of 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) at least three (3) times. Small wonder all of my opposing counsel look so worried; they knew I would expose their hero as the dirtbag that he really is.

Why do you do it, Kelly?


Christopher King said...

From U.S. v. Ruckman

Ordinarily, an individual is considered to constructively possess an item when he or she knowingly holds the power and ability to exercise dominion and control over the property. See United States v. Carter, 130 F.3d 1432, 1441 (10th Cir. 1997).

In situations involving joint occupancy, such as here, more is required to establish constructive possession than dominion and control. "To prove constructive possession where there is joint occupancy, the government must present direct or circumstantial evidence to show some connection or nexus individually linking [defendant] to the [firearms.]"

United States v. Lazcano-Villalobos, 175 F.3d 838, 843 (10th Cir. 1999). The requisite nexus is established where there is some evidence to support the plausible inference that defendant had knowledge of and access to the firearms. See id.; United States v. Mills, 29 F.3d 545, 550 (10th Cir. 1994). We review the district court's interpretation of the guidelines de novo, and its factual findings for clear error, giving due deference to the district court's application of the guidelines to the facts. See United States v. Brown, 314 F.3d 1216, 1222 (10th Cir. 2003).

Christopher King said...

The real Teflon Don died in Prison.

Would that Franconia, Easton, Sugar Hill, Littleton and the World at Large could be so lucky.

Instead the town of Franconia lets some scalawag champion Gregory Floyd Tye Bands as some kind of a hero. It's disgusting.

Read section three of this post.

"Dear Mr. Jesseman, in response to your email regarding the TyeBand that was given to Gregory Floyd, the town was not involved with the production of the bracelet."

Yet they won't take any legal action to stop it.

And that is why the collective blood of Liko Kenney and Bruce McKay will wash over the souls of NH AG Kelly, Ayotte, Franconia Selectmen, Chief Montminy, Martha McLeod and anyone else who lies about the facts and who protects Gregory Floyd's privilege to terrorize his neighbors.


Anonymous said...

Headquarters staff? Janitor or something? The AG never asked about the 43 killed?

George said...

The King presentation of factually based evidence from the perspective of a legal mind needs little more argument to be convincing than Floyd's own criminal history and vigilante style. King and the Franconia Collective seek truth without malice.

Community leaders should be alert to the clear warning that Floyd, himself, has sounded for the potential to further harm. His sense self-importance and entitlement were sanctioned and fed by the state's elevation of his status to hero shortly after the events of 5/11.

The complexity of the matter between McKay and Liko Kenney was not Floyd's to solve by the side of the road in the manner of killing, as he did.

This case begs for reopening, and stands apart without hope for moral and legal resolution until further investigation at a higher level can fully address the hurried conclusions and obvious flaws that glare at us today.

Anonymous said...

But wait.... there's more:

Four years ago tomorrow evening a construction worker potentially places Maura Murray near Hummingbird Lane one month after she goes missing.
It was the last publicized "big lead" in Maura's case, issued in a press release by NHSP 04/04.

Christopher King said...

I'll bet Floyd joined the service -- where he never went to Vietnam BTW -- to get out from under pending criminal charges for Stealing the Virgin Mary. This can be validated by carefully reading the 8 documents posted today.

DOB 04/14/58 DOB

Gregory W. Floyd

1) 02/13/76 - Indicted 2 counts GA. Grand Jury (Floyd was 17 years 305 days old) 2 weeks after the Grand Jury indictment and while still a minor:

2) 02/27/76 Gregory W. Floyd joins the USMC (Floyd was 17 years 319 days old)

3) 05/26/76 Guilty plea entered 2 counts theft: 3 months after Floyd is in the Marines 42 days after Floyd turned 18.

Who signed the form for Floyd to go in the Marines? My gut tells me this was the unwritten strongly suggested part of the 3 year probation.

The federal law 10 U.S.C.,505 clearly states 17 WITH parental permission.


Floyd parents:

Paul and Carolyn
317 Turnpike Road
Townsend, MA
Evergreen Street
Chelmsford MA

Not certain if current.

Christopher King said...

Floyd most likely received a criminal history waiver.

Anonymous said...

4 years ago Maura Murry went missing in Haverhill, the same issues were pressed following lazy investigation. Tommorrow is 4years, FOUR YEARS!!! The very same issues and participants are involved in Franconia. How long will you wait for YOUR rights to know??

Christopher King said...


Yep, and the same counsel were involved in Murray v. State Police Grafton 2006-113 or 154 N.H. 579, 913 A.2d 737 (2006), and they ultimately lost that Right-to-Know issue and from what I understand are still providing whack information.

I told you all about it with a link to the Murray Case right here back on 9 November, 2007.

Aloha, Namaste, Peace.