20 April 2008

KingCast says Defendant Kelly Ayotte is still a disingenuous Attorney for her refusal to reopen a murder investigation on Gregory W. Floyd.

In this Union Leader story she says
"If new evidence came forward about the actual incident itself, we always have the ability to look at the case," said Attorney General Kelly Ayotte. But, she added, that has not happened in the case that ended with Floyd shooting Liko Kenney, 24, minutes after Kenney killed Franconia Police Cpl. Bruce McKay."

But she doesn't need "new" evidence, she just needs to be honest about the evidence that she already has, some of which she refuses to provide to KingCast in violation of RSA 91-A (yet again) as noted below the Floyd partial Rap Sheet.

The Union Leader mentions Bill Kenney asking the State to reopen things but did not include a link to his full letter he sent to Speaker Norelli seconding the KingCast 93-A issues and Fraud Counsel request to look into various matters involving the tragedy, which he sent to her by and through KingCast and Chris King's 1st Amendment Page. The responses are now well overdue, actually but they promised me a response is coming soon.

1. The Windshield bullet shot from the south without any word from Floyd that blocked Liko from driving south to Tamarack after he shot McKay, just after McKay violated three (3) pursuit policies and at least two (2) OC Spray policies.

2. Look at her documented history of lies and coverups regarding her erstwhile hero, Gregory W. Floyd.

3. Kelly lied to Attorney X/Harold Burbank and there's no two ways about that, when she said the "witness statements were all consistent" regarding Floyd's actions. I wish the Union Leader would run a copy of THAT email, which is right here.

4. The fingerprint analysis that she owes me pursuant to Piper v. United States DOJ, 294 F. Supp. 2d 16 (2003) and my pending RSA 91-A request that is now two (2) months old as noted in this reminder post. It would be good to see the Union Leader address that.

And that's just for starters. She's such a liar it makes me ill; totally repugnant to the demands of the U.S. and State Constitutions and general notions of Fair Play and Justice. It's simply disgusting.

I'm glad she said what she said and the Union Leader ran it today because in a minute there are going to be a LOT more people from beyond New Hampshire looking at this case, any minute now and probably by tomorrow morning, and that will be my next post and they in turn will see this one.

Anyone who has seen Floyd's actions and listened to his insupportable rants and anti-Kenney diatribes has to admit that my position is strengthened that he may have murdered Liko Kenney, and that things did not happen the way AG Kelly Ayotte says they happened out there on Rte 116.

Related post: Thanks, Kelly, you're just like Mike Nifong. That shoe leather's going to start tasting real good one day.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Excellent post; the forward momentum continues. Kelly Ayotte continues to hide the evidence and proof of documented truths that would reveal McKay's negligence and abuse of power, Floyd's criminal history, and the interdependence of all the factors that culminated in two murders.

The evidence is in her possession.

Thanks to this blog and the dedicated hard work in your research and presentation of the motions before Judge Vaughn, you and we have lifted the shade of darkness. We intend to open the window.

Christopher King said...

10:11

There you go, except I maintain that there was only one murder and one manslaughter or justifiable homicide out of reasonable fear and apprehension.

**********

And from the email Tip Jar:

Re: Ideal April 20, 2008 1:16 PM
To: kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com

I hear you....and
you've done so much already.

You've brought this along to a place that would be unimaginable, especially given your resources, under ordinary circumstances.

On 5/11 Liko became a surrogate son/brother to each of us. we'll keep protecting him, for sure.

Christopher King said...

Wait a minute.

I'm not aware of Bill Kenney sending that letter to government through any other means except through me and yes I have emailed with him about it.

So that means that the Union Leader most likely culled its information on the letter from this blawg, so at least that's some progress.

There will be a quantum leap in that progress shortly, and I will keep everyone posted on the review of the original dash cam video that KingCast won pursuant to Court Order which should go down this week now that Lieutenant West is scheduled to return from vacation.

Namaste.

Anonymous said...

I talked with Nancy West on the phone (interview?), you can be sure I brought up the issue of Brian Jesseman false light issue! Thats not my dept., thats not my dept.!
Bill Kenney

Christopher King said...

11:11/Bill Kenney

Right on, right on.

That and other things are going to be SOMEBODY's department, mark my words.

Just a matter of time.

Christopher King said...

KingCast/Kenney RSA 91-A Request
Wednesday, April 16, 2008 11:16 AM
From: "Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com
To: "Manning, Donald" donald.manning@leg.state.nh.us

Hi Don,

You can call me Chris,

If you look in the comments section it should reflect the recipients.

Write me back if you have questions.

Cheers,

-c

RE: KingCast/Kenney RSA 91-A Request
Wednesday, April 16, 2008 10:57 AM
From: "Manning, Donald" donald.manning@leg.state.nh.us
To: "Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com

Thank you, Mr. King. I will forward this to the Clerk and Legal Counsel. In reference to a late response, to whom was your initial request directed? It had not been brought to my attention prior to your call on Monday.

Thank you.

Donald

Anonymous said...

From my experiences with the NH DOJ it is standard operating procedure for them to deflect any possible prosecution until the NH Dept. of Safety ( NH State Police) has determined that a crime has been committed. After all Det.Sgt. Chuck West and Lt. John Scarinza literally preside over all determination of crimes and how they will be handled !! The AG's office is controlled by the NH State Police. I thought that was abundantly clear!!!!

Christopher King said...

Ahhh, yes Lieutenant West.

As this post indicates Kelly passed the buck to him on the video that we plan on reviewing this week but also in this post note that West thinks Floyd was "pretty cool" a verbatim quote from pdf. 886.

From the blawg:

Pdf 886:

West:

"You're giving him time by you working the mechanism and under the situation that's pretty cool, I think."

Sir: I think not. "Four seconds," remember...... I think you and your staff intentionally ignored the windshield bullet because that proves that Floyd started shooting from across the street; McKay's gun was operating just fine, immediately. And you know what else I think? I think with all due respect your "investigation" should undergo scrutiny by the U.S. Department of Justice or an International body if necessary because the whole World can see it was a sham. And that's all on NH AG Kelly Ayotte, New Hampshire's highest legal officer.

Good thing this guy is walking around on percocet and effexor (874), an anti-depressant. But threatening people like A.J. Boisvert makes him happy, so as long as he can do that, he'll be all right.

Christopher King said...

BTW I just posted 3 pages of relevant information from Massachusetts PD on Floyd in the rolling marquee.

A nice read, eh?

Kelly knew all of this about Floyd yet gave him a pass in one day?

That's laughable. Let me say it again from my main Negro Al Pacino in my favorite movie, Carlito's Way.

"You ain't a lawyer no more Kelly. You a gangster. You on the Other Side now. It's a whole new ball game. And you can't learn it at school and you can't have a late start....."

Anonymous said...

Nifong, who said Nifong? Seems there are several in St Hilarious' office. You know what the old farmer said, "You see one rat, you know you've got ten."

From my own experience, Nifong's tactics live on in Grafton County NH. As far as that goes, if there's three in Grafton County, there's 10 in Ayotte's office.

Common knowledge that Gregory Floyd monitors the police scanner. Almost impossible to believe he made it from the junction of 116 and 112 in as little time as reported. But who knows, I guess it could have been done.

How long would it have taken Floyd to get from 116 and 112 and Hummingbird Lane late at night, when Maura Murray crashed her car at Bradley Hill and 112? The school bus driver (shaky, gone to FL) states he last saw her walking E/B on 112 heading towards Hummingbird Lane. Food for thought, EH?

Christopher King said...

4:45

You can't keep the food down if you're busy throwing up.

Take a look at the crime scene photos I finally figured out how to use that show exactly where Floyd was standing and what he did when he murdered Liko Kenney in my opinion.

Caleb, Page 687:

"That guy I thought pretty much had the gun pointed at us before we even got on the road."

Page 622

"I was like, hey sir could you just stay here for a minute as a witness and he was like, yah." Then Caleb just remembers shots and ducking and glass shattering (proving that Floyd lied about reaching in an putting his arm on Caleb's adam's apple and warning Liko). "He was laughing and stuff." The guy was very, very it was almost like crazed.... page 697 "and he kept, like, 'Oh I shot him good and stuff like that....'"

Kind of fits well with the observation of Easton Police Chief Every, supra.

Oh, yah.

Anonymous said...

445 close but no cigar. it gets way more interesting, same players, different timetable. Question is, if the Union Leader knew what happened, would they print it?

Christopher King said...

7:20

We've gone beyond New Hampshire for coverage of this event.

Take a look, I have been invited to Steve Huff's True Crime Blog.

Namaste.

Anonymous said...

"You're giving him time by you working the mechanism and under the situation that's pretty cool, I think."

Simply bizarre for him to make such a statement!

Anonymous said...

"From my experiences with the NH DOJ it is standard operating procedure for them to deflect any possible prosecution until the NH Dept. of Safety ( NH State Police) has determined that a crime has been committed. After all Det.Sgt. Chuck West and Lt. John Scarinza literally preside over all determination of crimes and how they will be handled !! The AG's office is controlled by the NH State Police. I thought that was abundantly clear!!!!"

12:34,

Good post. I had not ever thought of it in that way. thank you.