"Mr. King I just want to thank you for doing what you're doing.... I read your blog every day. On 5/11 I pulled up in my Prius at Agway and Liko was going to load it up with hay and he says to me 'This is the coolest car.... glad to help you today ma'am..... I love doing this for you and I love my job.' Three hours later he was dead."
Liko Kenney had no intent to kill Bruce McKay when he and Caleb Macaulay piled into his 1982 Supra and headed toward Tamarack. As his Uncle Bill Kenney wrote, he was just trying to make it home. KingCast is dedicated to steer the focus of this ongoing case toward the two men twice Liko's age with histories of abuse, much of which was covered up by the government but I'm going to see to it that folks see a lot more of the facts.
And the biggest fact that NH AG Kelly Ayotte hates to admit is that Gregory W. Floyd's actions and perceptions of his "reality" call into question his actions and perceptions of reality on 5/11 which is all documented in this blawg and nowhere else. Judge Vaughn already ruled against Ayotte in KingCast v. Ayotte et al 07-E-268 but we didn't get into this pressing issue of whether Floyd loaded Liko's second clip, even though Trooper Cooper said that information is crucial. That's for RSA 91-A Round Two, playing at a KingCast theatre near you soon.
1. Bruce McKay Legacy.
2. KingCast FOIA request on Gregory W. Floyd.
3. KingCast in it for the Long Haul.
Related post: The Toyota Scion and Assy McGee/McKay.