"His son was attending Lafayette Elementary School and there was a problem in which Mr. Floyd became irrationally abusive -- to the point the administration was concerned he might return and do something. Because of the administration's concern they contacted the State Police."
Yah, I filed the victim's Affidavit in Grafton Superior KingCast v. Ayotte/Franconia 07-E-268 in which she wrote that Floyd told her to "shut up, mind your own business because I know where you live, I know the route you take home and if you're not careful they will send you home in a body bag."
Want more? I got more from the same Affidavit:
"All of us have made mistakes in our lives; in Mr. Floyd's case the behavior extends beyond a mistake; there is a pattern, a pattern of past violence, paranoid behavior and excessive anger. While no one can predict the future, I feel Mr. Floyd is capable of showing up at Lafayette Elementary School or at a neighbor's house with an automatic weapon..."
Damn, he's about one step away... Call Chief Every Mr. Prescient.
Reporter Jensen used to write for the Cleveland Plain Dealer when I lived there, he also loves cars (he has served as automotive editor) and he has more than a passing interest in Justice and government malfeasance. Here's a February 2008 story he wrote about abusive sales practices for the New York Times.
And here's a dossier of Gregory W. Floyd's abusive people practices.
His high-dollar lawyer, Shaheen & Gordon's Bill Christie says "I think Mr. Floyd would simply like to be left alone.”
Fat chance of that because I'll ride him like a Georgia mule; I submit he should be tried for the murder and wrongful death of Liko Kenney.