03 July 2008

KingCast asks Kelly Ayotte, Prosecutor Hilaire and Captain Leavitt for proof that Gregory W. Floyd disposed of guns properly.

Dear Attorneys Ayotte, Hilaire and Captain Leavitt:

I'm curious under RSA 91-A as to whether the State has any proof that Gregory W. Floyd properly disposed of his rather elaborate arsenal of weapons and ammunition that he had in 1997. As the State would be aware that he was in blatant violation of 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1), I am hoping that someone has proof that he disposed of these items in compliance with the Law because it is painfully obvious that he exercised dominion and control over these items found pursuant to the Affidavit/Search Warrant of Easton Police Chief Robert Every (and as set forth in the KingCast v. Ayotte et al 07-E-268 Complaint) as noted in the comments section.

Merwin Herbert 32 cal.
Glock 9mm
Ithica 12 ga.
Ruger Model 233
Ruger Black Hawk

Also, which of these, if any, was turned in last week pursuant to Judge Vaughn's Order?

And if you don't have any proof that the weapons and ammunition were turned in will you consider another warrant search to make sure he has fully complied? That would make sense given that the man clearly has a propensity to lie, witness his statements about serving in active [Vietnam] duty to Sam Stephenson and others, and his claims of "killing 43 people." Or perhaps he wasn't lying about that. We don't know because Kelly never investigated it.

Thank you in advance for your time and consideration/KingCast


Christopher King said...

"TFC Robert Bruno's report of the July 24, 1997 New Hampshire State Police executed Arrest Warrant and Search Warrant of the residence of Gregory Floyd (pp. 250-254) emphasizes that by being a convicted felon in the State of Georgia, Floyd wasn't allowed to possess firearms. Further, Bruno "...attempted to explain to Michelle (Floyd) that her husband was not allowed to possess guns in New Hampshire or Massachusetts as a convicted Felon."

Firearms were seized from the Floyd residence ...a shotgun located on top of kitchen cupboard. A revolver was located in this same cupboard. "The revolver was in fact loaded" A San Marco Black Power was located on the bed in the master bedroom. A Glock 9mm was located on the top of a bureau in the master bedroom, and according to TFC Beausoleil, had a full magazine in it but no round in the chamber.

The Rugar Mini 14 was on the box spring mattress in the master bedroom, and a rifle was located in the closet of the master bedroom."

Christopher King said...

KingCast RSA 91-A request on Gregory W. Floyd's guns.Thursday, July 3, 2008 7:33 AM
From: "Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com
To: robert.letourneau@leg.state.nh.us, martha.mcleod@leg.state.nh.us, graftonca@yahoo.com, townclerk@franconianh.org, dmullen@ranspell.com, police@franconianh.org, selectmen@franconianh.org, Marta.Modigliani@dos.nh.gov, USANH.Webmail@usdoj.gov, david.frydman@leg.state.nh.us, Kelly.Ayotte@doj.nh.gov....

Dear Attorneys Ayotte and Hilaire:

I will snail mail a copy to Captain Leavitt as I could not locate an email for him.


I think Prosecutor Hilaire is on board but you Kelly have been remiss. Again, it's all part of the thing that the Union Leader noted about your administration.


Best regards,

Christopher King, J.D.

Anonymous said...

This is top notch thinking Chris. You are on the ball.

Christopher King said...


Thanks, I get my help from LE. Surround yourself with brilliant people and take their cues and blend them with your own ideas. That's all it is. It takes a while though, but we should have everything we essentially need to go to the U.S. House Reconvenes on 8 Sept. 2008.

Here's one of my own though, on the public email issue as the Missouri AG totally disagrees with Kelly and the State of New Hampshire.


"The Missouri attorney general's office sent a message to media outlets Monday emphasizing that e-mails on the state system are public records and often should be preserved. The office was reacting to reports that Gov. Matt Blunt's staff routinely purges e-mails and does not consider them public records. James Klahr, the attorney general's lead lawyer on Missouri's open-records "Sunshine Law," sent the message to dismiss the "unnecessary debate" over the issue."

The message does not mention Blunt but declares, "There should be no debate — e-mail communications are public records."