29 June 2008

Obama and Clinton to continue pursuit of reasonable gun restrictions pursuant to killers Steven P. Kazmierczak and 3-time felon Gregory W. Floyd.

All you need to know is right here as Democratic Presidential nominee Barack Obama said:

"We need to strengthen our registration laws,"

And here, as I note that we will be going to the ATF with a report of Gregory W. Floyd's continued and blatant violations of 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) as soon as we know the inventory of his weapons that he was ORDERED to turn in by Judge Timothy Vaughn. His Honor is also now set to decide the amount and apportionment of costs to be jointly and severally shared by Defendants Ayotte and Town of Franconia in the KingCast litigation. My LE buddies and KingCast affiliates sent me some pics from the Unity, New Hampshire rally and they are going to continue to support reasonable attempts to make certain that our government is accountable and that Gregory W. Floyd is brought to Justice.

Dear Senators Obama and Clinton:
You will not find a better case for gun registration reform than the one involving Gregory W. Floyd. Take a look at last week's 20/20 post about their upcoming segment to see how dangerous this man really is, and what he really did when he shot and potentially murdered Liko Peter Kenney.


Christopher King said...

KingCast: We're here to help.

Anonymous said...

Don't start with the gun control crap. There is no need for new laws, current laws need to be enforced.

Christopher King said...


Don't start with me.

The story read "We need to strengthen our laws."

One way of doing that is by enforcing the ones we have, such as 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) and by golly gee willikers that's what we're going to the ATF with on Kelly and Martha's "hero" Gregory W. Floyd.

KingCast: We pick our words carefully.

Anonymous said...

My grandmother told me two things that I should not talk to my friends about, politics and religion. I am going to add gun control to the list.
Goverment wants you to think that they need to protect us from ourselves.

Anonymous said...

You're walking a fine line, politically, Chris. Know full-well exactly what the leftist underpinnings are with the McLeods et al before you take them on with these lawsuits.

Your support of the Dems can be a double-edged sword in your fight for justice in Franconia...

I so want you to succeed...

Christopher King said...


I'm not your Grandmother and my Mother Ann and I talked about just about anything under the sun. Read the Reverend Wright post where I told her to make sure to take every person as their own entity and not to inherently distrust whites even though in her history she certainly had good cause to do just that:


Gun control needs to be talked about because of people like Gregory W. Floyd. If the government does its job as already compelled to do so by statute -- i.e. 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) then it's All Good. If government fails to do its job then we have things to talk about.

Right now we clearly still have things to talk about.


8:36 A fine line it is. You know I shoot guns and I like guns look at our target practice at the bottom of this post about criminal officers John Snow and Barbara Mack-Keeney and McKay's buddy John Garvin) but there is a place for everything.

And pursuant to U.S. Code there is no place for guns in the home of a 3-time felon, pursuant to 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1).

So Democrat or Republican, all I'm asking any politician to do is to vigorously enforce 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1).

As far as the lawsuits go, I've upset Dems before when I proved that NAACP President Timmons


And her buddy, now-fired Jaffrey Chief of Police Martin J. Dunn (see para. 4):


....both lied under Oath when I was Southern NH NAACP Legal Chair. And let's not even get to the Daily Kos fiasco. Too bad, so sad hard chesee that happens.

But they have to be big enough to recognize that public disclosure of the statesmen emails on HB 1428 Bruce McKay Highway is in the public interest and in conformity with the new and improved Right-to-Know Law in New Hampshire that Governor Lynch is signing into effect as we discuss this.


It's hard to call a spade a spade sometimes but Nashua Telegraph columnist Dean Shalhoup did it with regard to Bruce McKay and I told him I had enough background to prove him right, and I did.


"Been enjoying your posts on the Franconia thing...i saw a lot of issues the first time I heard about it. I was particularly taken aback by some of the quotes from various law enforcement personnel, canonizing this apparently rogue cop as well as some looney tune with a loaded gun who stopped by and got a chance to shoot someone...and I quickly got tired of hearing MacKay being called a "hero" ... To me, cops are "heroes" when they're killed trying to preserve law and order or saving a citizen's or another officer's life, or getting trapped in a burning building in an effort to save lives...MacKay doesn't sound much like a hero to me, that's for sure.

Not that I condone violence and killing people, but it appears that just as many people could call that Kenney kid a "hero" for stopping a wildman cop from taking a few more lives before he got canned or retired...

Anyway, I ramble a bit--ha Keep up the good 1st Amendment work!

Christopher King said...

PS: Forgot to say of course that my comments apply equally to any Independents, Greens or other parties:

Unless you disagree with 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) you need to be writing the NH U.S. Attorney's office and/or the office of the ATF and cc'ing me on it so I can keep track of it because there is likely no stronger case for application of that law in the United States right now than the one involving 3-time felon and likely murderer Gregory W. Floyd -- who by his own mouth claims to have "killed 43 people."

When? Where? On this soil?

We know he was never in Vietnam as he claimed....


Anonymous said...

Any position at this time you can share on the immigration challenges facing our great nation?

Thx for putting yourself out there.

Christopher King said...


I will say this:

99% of us are.... immigrants. I feel proud to know that the traces of Cherokee in my blood at least mean that some of my people were here first.

You may want to run a search on this blawg for "St. Patricks Day," as he was a Civil Rights activist as well, not some drunken sot as one might believe.

Here are a couple of posts I wrote after meeting NH Immigration lawyer Mona Movafaghi when NH tried to criminalize undocumented workers even though much of the time not being documented is not their fault and even though the overwhelming majority of immigrants are hard-working people who do in fact perform jobs that most Americans would rather not.


BTW my buddy Ana Crnilovic, Esq. became a U.S. citizen last week =^.)


PS You know why so many Cherokee and other Native American women bed with black men like my ancestors?

Because the white man was busy killing their men and having "Thanksgiving" parties.

Know your history.

Stand proud.

Anonymous said...

" If guns are outlawed only outlaws will have guns"
They can take Floyd's gun's and he or one of his family members can just go out and buy another one.
We do not need "Reasonable gun restrictions" when we have to deal with unreasonable people.
Mine's locked and loaded. Let some unreasonable person try to break into my house. Oh no wait!
The system will protect me! "NOT"
Sounds to me Chris like the system is starting to brainwash you. Watch out, they do it one thought at a time.

Christopher King said...


I see.

So then we should not enforce 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) with random search warrants and multiple felons like Gregory W. Floyd should be permitted and encouraged to maintain small arsenals in their homes.

That's the ticket, yah!

Seriously, no brainwash here, just trying to enforce a reasonable restriction on access to firearms.


Christopher King said...


You know as I say I'm just trying to help the Floyds nip things in the bud before they wind up like them folks down there in the City of Brotherly Love at MOVE headquarters, circa 1985.

KingCast: We're here to help.

Anonymous said...

I would like to think that I am a reasonable person.
I would also like to think that you also are reasonable.
But what we are dealing with here is a very unreasonable person.
So all the laws in the world don't amount to a hill of beans.
"Easy son I'm faster than you"
"I can give you a third eye"

He's crazier than a shit house rat. He needs to be behind bars for the rest of his life or else he is going to one day hurt someone.

We know for a fact that he has already murdered one person and got away with it.

You and I could get in a big pissing match over politics or religion and neither of us would win! but that would take us away from why we are all here.

That's why Gram said "Don't go there."

Christopher King said...


I hear you.

That's why I'll be gathering signatures in the next few days to go to the ATF for an Indictment against him under 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) 'cos when you add that to his other charges he could easily go away for a decade or more.