First of all Angela McKay's Restraining Order is not complete and contains only the two page dismissal. It is Littleton Family Division 1998-0009 so if my posse would be so kind as to round up the rest of it I'd be much obliged.
Second is Policy D: Pursuit Tactics:
(3) Officer shall not attempt to overtake a fleeing vehicle.
(4) Officers may not intentionally use their vehicle to bump or ram the suspect's vehicle in order to force the vehicle to stop or to be pushed into a ditch.
Pursuit shall be immediately terminated in any of the following circumstances:
(E) The suspects identity has been established to the point that later apprehension can be accomplished, and there is no longer any need for immediate apprehension.
What part of that did McKay not understand? Over a damn inspection sticker? Something in the water does not compute. I hate this guy -- he also violated the OC Spray policies and then he died.
Next there is a 6 Oct. 2000 complaint one and two by Franconia Fire Department George Whitcomb that was followed up on 17 Nov. 2000 with no response. Mr. Whitcomb wrote that McKay exhibited unprofessional and imbalanced behaviour, i.e. training an "extremely bright" spotlight on him that was frustrating his attempts to secure the scene. Twice asked to turn it down McKay said, "And I quote: If you ever touch my cruiser again you will be in more trouble than you can handle." Then he went south through the accident scene at a high rate of speed that was "totally uncalled for." Mr. Whitcomb was "curious why he was even at the scene as I don't recall hearing anyone involved ever calling for him."
Nice guy, that Bruce.
Franconia Fire Department Chief Harvey Flanders (a former Police Officer himself) wrote Chief Montminy on 30 October 2000 and dressed McKay down:
1. "McKay needs to have a clear understanding of the proper protocol at an automobile accident scene... the commanding officer is in charge... per RSA 154:7
2. The Chief needs to be aware of the misrepresentation of facts in Officer McKay's log and report. Please see Officer McKay's log vs. Grafton County Dispatch radio log which I have supplied to you and the report referencing incident #00-558-OF."
I have requested a meeting numerous times with you, Officer McKay, George Whitcomb and myself to discuss this event."
cc: Town of Franconia Selectmen
Now can anyone doubt the Troy Watts email to KingCast saying he filed an unanswered ethics charge against Bruce McKay?
Then there is the Affidavit I filed in KingCast v. Ayotte et al (Grafton 07-E-268) on behalf of a Mother whom I promised I would not directly reveal her identity but who said that Bruce flaked out on her and was allegedly suspended after he misperceived some biker activity at Hillwinds Motor Inn.
To make a long story shorter, she wasn't lying even if McKay was not suspended. Trooper Todd D. Landry wrote on State letterhead one and two:
"If one is in pursuit, how do 40+ motorcycles get strategically placed on the outside perimeter of a parking lot and no one gets arrested or summonsed when it is clear that the suspects are the ones that are present?"
More on this later. I need to take a break to get my head together after reading this and knowing that there is stuff worse than this in the documents they weren't compelled to give me. All of this done with the tacit approval of NH AG Kelly Ayotte of course.
And this just in (again): Remember the Tim Stephenson complaint and lawsuit against McKay? This is the sanitized version but the Real Deal you can't find on the Internet anymore was that McKay put his hand on the butt of his service gun and told Tim he was gonna do "whatever it took" to get him out of town, oh yah.
Related post: McKay & Miller-Kenney Cat & Mouse I, II, III.
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