18 May 2008

KingCast was correct, again: Attorney Bill Christie did "walk on by" Gregory W. Floyd on his new charges.

Sooooo.... I was checking the online paper and found this interesting Concord Monitor 17 April 2008 story about Shooter Floyd noting that Bill Christie is NOT representing Floyd on the outburst charges from last month. I predicted that on 16 April in the Dionne Warwick/Issac Hayes "Walk on by" post. So here's the quote I like the most.

A prosecutor told the judge that Floyd was a danger to himself and the community and requested that he be held on $20,000 bail. McKenna agreed.

"Do you have $20,000, Mr. Floyd?" McKenna asked.

Floyd snorted. "No, I don't. I left it in my other pants."

"I hate it when that happens," McKenna said.


Apparently Attorney Christie sees enough criminals in his daily travails, such as his business partner/of Counsel Mike McLaughlin, as I noted in yesterday's post.

3 comments:

Christopher King said...

The Concord Monitor story continues with some important observations:

Floyd, who had watched from his truck parked a few yards away...

[KingCast says, yah, he watched McKay violently break town policy code but when asked he didn't really seem to notice any of that but Bill Kenney did in noting that Floyd is hardly a Good Samaritan]

....got out of his vehicle, picked up McKay's gun and shot Kenney, killing him.

The next day, the New Hampshire attorney general said Floyd's actions were justified. The entire incident set off a round of debate about authority and the use of force, about the troubled relationship between Kenney and McKay, and about Floyd's past record of violence - including a charge of criminal threatening against a meter reader and a guilty plea to attempted assault against a state trooper.

The incident sparked an emotional discussion in the Legislature earlier this year, when a campaign to name a stretch of highway after McKay was sidelined by lawmakers who said it was too contentious and controversial.

Christopher King said...

And a letter to the editor from Down Under as forwarded to my email hopper:

Hi,

I'm just wondering why this newspaper when reporting on Gregory Floyd Seniors recent court cases continues to incorrectly report Floyds actions during the Liko Kenney, Franconia Police Cpl. Bruce McKay shooting incident?

On Monday May 19[corrected to 17 April] DANIEL BARRICK of The Concorde reported that....
None of this would likely raise any notice, had Floyd not gained renown for his role in the shooting death of Liko Kenney one afternoon last May. Floyd had watched Kenney, a 24-year-old Easton man, fatally shoot Franconia Police Cpl. Bruce McKay by the side of the road. As Kenney drove his car over McKay's body, Floyd, who had watched from his truck parked a few yards away, got out of his vehicle, picked up McKay's gun and shot Kenney, killing him.

The Police report in this incident clearly recorded that Gregory Floyd Snr was already shooting at Liko Kenney before he ever hit Cpl McKay with his car. Gregory Floyd Jnr himself admitted Likos car only ever hit Cpl McKay once, "AFTER" he was fired upon by his father.

I'm not sure where you got your information from but please ensure to post the correct information if you choose to write future articles on Gregory Floyds ongoing court cases.

Thanking you in advance,
Randall Boscoe.

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