03 May 2008

KingCast raises more troubling questions about where Gregory Floyd was standing when he started shooting at Liko Kenney as he went to murder him IMHO.

Those of you coming in from liveleak watch the linked movie and read the lawsuit affidavits from area Law Enforcement, a private investigator and me. Bruce McKay terrorized those he did not like, and his wife got a TRO on him and moved to a safe house around the time she gave birth to their only child. I am a former Law Enforcement attorney and this case stinks, that is why two lawyers are now suing the town and a former town selectmen admitted that Bruce McKay was out of control and not being policed properly himself.
UPDATE 22 August 2008: There are two (2) missing minutes of dispatch recordings before McKay was shot and I have also discovered the Floyd TWICE said he did not speak to Liko Kenney before shooting at him, before he changed his story. Too bad his own son and Caleb Macaulay say his first version is correct. His own son said that he shot at Liko before Liko's car ever even struck Bruce McKay. Links coming.


I've been waiting for a while for this and if anyone can prove me wrong have at it: Connect the dots, Kelly. Those are McKay's shells (they are numbered 19, 20, 24 etc.) in the background I dunno 25-30 feet away from where Liko's car ends up. Note that McKay's Sig as pictured is going to discharge casings on the right, same way Liko's casing ended up on his windshield when he shot from the left, as reflected at Item #9.

Therefore Floyd was standing well down the way, i.e. more than 30 feet away when he started firing, which of course means he wasn't talking to Liko as he would claim at some point in his interview. Besides, we already know Caleb's window..... was up. This comports with the earlier KingCast analyses one and two that Floyd started firing before Liko struck McKay. But why so far away from where McKay wound up when Liko's car struck him -- exactly once -- after Floyd started shooting? Did a right-handed McKay flip his gun toward Floyd as Floyd ran from his truck? That way Floyd was ready to start shooting right away. A reasonable Jury sure could find so.

And why is Evidence Item #23 -- a live round -- not accounted for in the ballistics/report as provided to KingCast last week? It's hard to tell if it's one of Liko's or one of McKay's but if it's one of Liko's that's especially disturbing because it had to have come from Floyd's manipulations with Liko's gun, and we know for fact that Floyd already took one of Liko's live rounds home with him in his pocket and Kelly claims she has no fingerprint analysis. Did Floyd in point of fact load Liko's second magazine by himself to make Liko appear to be a threat?

Also #26, apparently a McKay live round, is not listed. Here it is.

KingCast: Many more pictures to review, but rest assured we bring our 'A' game to every Civil Rights case, since 1993. I brought my 'A' game against Kelly before and smoked her, now we will see how these theories stand up when and if the family gets an attorney to get up on it. And I do mean get up on it.


Christopher King said...

Another couple of hours well spent in the fight for Justice and open government. And I'm not finished. I'll have my fun tomorrow but today is all about picture review and organizing all of the outstanding issues like the Federal FOIA request, making sure Kelly filed the purportedly exempt homicide manual with the Court, and tracking the pending RSA 91-A requests for all Tahoe audio files, all video files, and the audio/visual and paper files regarding McKay's disrespect of Elder "AJ."

And keeping tabs on Junior's trial for a theft offense, which makes him subject to a vigorous cross examination at some point.

And preparing to review the 65 pages of the Troy Watts Bruce McKay Ethics Complaint material on the way from the Franconia Collective.

And preparing to review my film makers attempt to decipher the sound in the original video.

I think that's about it. But I'm sure something else will come up.

Always does.

Remember, it took 4 years and 127 steps to get those cops found liable for making Michael Isreal a victim of violent crime.

Christopher King said...

And oh, gotta' remember to check on when the Court may issue its pronouncement on how much each Defendant owes me for BREAKING THE LAW.

Anonymous said...

I've been reading your blog for the last couple of weeks. I may not agree with everything I've read, but it's been interesting to say the least. I'm from your old neck of the woods, Columbus, OH. I wanted to send you this story that just started unfolding. The man arrested, Derrick Foster, has no criminal record, has been working for the city the last 13 years, and seems like a good law abiding citizen. He was arrested for shooting 2 cops in a raid.


Christopher King said...

Oh Jeezlouise that really sucks. I know of Mr. Foster (I was there '93-2000 and remember his name and of course I know Attorney Cooper. Thanks for the heads up, I'll be following.

Here's the link.

Well at least they are in front of Judge Taylor who is as fair as they come. I loved rapping with her, never had a problem with her, Maynard, many other judges there. But watch how Judge Sheward and Cain look at me in this video.

Not a lot of fun in front of those guys. Sheward one time threatened to have me arrested after he unreasonably threw out a whistleblower case brought by Jerry Doyle against his former employer who was abusing the elderly. The jury saw me in the hallway and they were like "how come the judge threw the case out?"

I won't repeat what I said in this space but one day I did try to be the Better Man; bought him a drink at Tapatio's. That was my SPOT, dude =^.)

OMG I just saw Bruce died RIP brother and thank you for all the years of fun, food and the infamous pineapple infused rum/vodka "Bruce Juice."

Wow, I'm blown away. Love that guy.

Anonymous said...

To the naked eye item #23 appears to more closely match the bullets in Liko's magazine rather than McKays. McKay's hollow points are not as rounded at the tip as Liko's were.

My 2 cents

None of these pics of evidence comport with the "story" the AG told, none of it.

Anonymous said...

#23 is from Liko's gun. PDF page 448 of the lenghty pile-o-documents the ag threw together confirms it as a winchester round

Christopher King said...

1:08 and 1:35

Thanks for looking out. That's exactly what I thought. That's not good for the State or Floyd in the least. Why isn't it listed on the official report though?

In any event we got one hella-good public interest law firm cooking here.

Peace, Love, Aloha, Namaste.

Christopher King said...


From the email tip jar someone just wrote me a very nasty email that had nothing to do with the substance of this post.

Again: I said to comment "if anyone can prove me wrong" or of course you can post if you agree, that's implicit.

But responses that do not address the merits will gain no quarter with me on this blawg.

I have spoken.

Christopher King said...

Also #26, apparently a McKay live round, is not on the list. Here it is.

Christopher King said...

From this 13 June 2007 post:

A few comments from locals:

Anonymous said...

You act as if the people of Franconia have been lead astray by CK. You my friend, are incorrect. Chris King listened and heard us. He did not create the upset in Franconia, he allowed us to come out into the open to tell what we know. You and others would have us silenced but we will not be silenced.

The silence it what gives power to people that behave as McKay did but if it is brought out into the light it will shrivel and blow away. That is how Franconia and the surrounding areas heal. By facing the truth.

It may be convenient to pick on Liko as being troubled for your sake of argument but that made it quite convenient for McKay to pick on him too. Whether Liko got in trouble or not is not really the issue. The issue is that McKay was a rogue cop that singled people out. There are other cops that do the same and you don't get a free ticket because a civilian may or may not be troubled. If Liko was troubled then McKay certainly took advantage of it and escalated it more for this young man by targeting him and harassing.

11:55 AM

Anonymous said...
Good post, 11:55, and before all allegations against McKay are dismissed as mere hearsay, please review the following news account again. People are on record coming out against McKay's tactics.

The article had one speaker refering to the "McKay situation."


12:05 PM

Anonymous said...

Hello, I'm french and i saw this news on liveleak : http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=ddb_1324340959
I don't understand how a nice guy can shoot a cop, in the back without good reason ? Sorry because in France it's may be different, but to shoot someone like that, you must have a mental problem, isn't it ? In France there are just the criminals who shoot cops or civilians, not the good guy. Like the witness who just saw a man shooting a cop like that, I would not thinking if the guy is an hostile or a good guy... I take the gun and shoot the guy without sommation, I mean the scene was clear... Sorry for my poor english. Maybe, I don't understand all the scene, maybe the second guy has executed the man after a couple of minutes ? You can say, the guy was pretty, a cool father, love his children, all that you want, sometimes some guys lost the minds and can do everything, but to shoot someone after a couple of minutes of purchase, you can't lost your cold blood like that, you must have a mental problem or in United States, you can't resolve your problem without violence ? By by

Christopher King said...

Alors mon frere/mon soeur, the issue is this:

Those of you coming in from liveleak watch the linked movie and read the lawsuit affidavits from area LE, a private investigator and me. Bruce McKay terrorized those he did not like, and his wife got a TRO on him and moved to a safe house around the time she gave birth to their only child.

And nothing ever gives law enforcement, including now Senator Kelly Ayotte the right to lie about what happened.