03 February 2008

KingCast says even LEOs smell something fishy in the Franconia shooting investigation of the deaths of Liko Kenney and Bruce McKay.

They sure do, and a lot more than I'm letting on here, too. But don't take my word for it, some of their own words appear as quoted below but first, print this link and send it to your local statesman if you think Defendant Ayotte's investigation was bogus and Gregory W. Floyd should stand trial for murder.


This is the OpenCarry.org forum link; it also contains a repost of the Caledonian Record story about the Right to Know lawsuit that expired from the C-R server.

Here's the YouTube audio to my opening statement in that case, touching on Bruce McKay's redacted personnel file and noting the "Talismanic Kabuki Dance" in which I've been engaged while trying to assert certain inalienable First Amendment/Right-to-Know/FOIA Rights........

THE LEO COMMENTS made shortly after the State whitewash:

"Yah, I'm wondering what was actually said. One report I read said the cop killer demanded/requested another cop to do the ticket/stop. That doesn't sound like a cold-blooded killer. Presumably, the request/demand was due to the personal history between Kenney and the officer. It's probably crucial to understanding of the case what Kenney and McKay actually said at the first stop."

"It also does not say if there was an actual exchange of fire between the citizen and the suspect. You would think that for the prosecutor to determine that it was a righteous shooting, there would have to have been some threat to the citizen made by the suspect. Pointing the gun, shooting at him ... something.

Perhaps more will come out in a few days."


Sadly, what came out instead are more questions about Gregory W. Floyd, and whether he murdered Liko Kenney. I'll take you right back to that pending Interrogatory and RFP culled from that certain conversation between Kelly's "Hero" and Trooper Cooper. U.S. Attorney Mark Zuckerman vowed to me they would present Floyd's case to the ATF for repeated and current violations of 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) as noted in the case law of U.S. v. Ruckman, linked here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Will.i.am says it all started with New Hampshire.