21 August 2008

Hey KingCast, just because Boston police panels ordered 5 cases reviewed doesn't mean you can make Kelly Ayotte reopen her Franconia "investigation."

In Boston there are five (5) cases just ordered back into review as noted in yesterday's Globe. Sorry folks, police don't walk on water. They make mistakes, and sometimes commit intentional infractions of policy and law and when they do, they -- along with the municipalities that allowed it -- must be held accountable.

This American Life asked me yesterday what I thought of the Franconia Collective's chances at getting this case re-opened, given the apparent intransigence of our Highest Legal Officer and rumoured Gubernatorial candidate Kelly Ayotte.

I broke it down so hard, so simple. Some people want to try to take this case to some extreme level of abstraction when in fact it's very simple. You don't complete a homicide investigation in 24 hours and without any ballistics reports, you don't fail to obtain fingerprints and you don't lie about corroborated witness statements that say Gregory W. Floyd never spoke to Liko Kenney before shooting him. And you try to account for all spent casings. What a concept. This is basic stuff guys.

"It's 50-50% I said.... some of it depends on what we discover in the pending litigation. But whatever it is, we're going to move on it and see what happens."


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Also, on the Boston matter isn't it great to know that's exactly EXACTLY one year TO THE DAY that I wrote Martha McLeod to help establish the Civilian Review Boards as attempted earlier that year.

Check the links.

And she of course never even wrote me back and went straight to Jeff Strelzin, who along with NH AG Kelly Ayotte, repeatedly lied to the American public and as the Boston findings held,

"drew conclusions without facts to support them."

Like Floyd talking to Liko and only firing on him after he ran into Bruce McKay.

33 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think a Mother Ann "Keep on keepin' on would have been a good quote for the NPR folk, shake some regional cultural onto the grist, but you clearly showed you resolve.

Good on ya.

Anonymous said...

Nothing good comes easy !

Regardless we remain committed to seeking the truth and preventing this from happening again. Our alliance is strong and growing each day. We are in this for the long haul. It goes beyond Liko, Caleb, McKay and Floyd.

The deeper issue is that we have a Local and State Government that is corrupted and have outright lied to the very people that put them into office and pay their salaries each week.

Two men needlessly lost their lives that day and so many affected by this tragic incident.

How could we not see this thru ?

Anonymous said...

You keep stating the investigation was completed in 24 hours which is not the case, a statement was issued within 24 hours the investigation was not complete until some time after prior to the AG's report on the case.

Anonymous said...

8:08

They had their story line all set within 24 hours, which is how Floyd got his free pass. It is also why the evidence does not clearly align itself with the state's official report. One HUGE issue here is how any judgement could be made before all evidence was processed. This was done within 24 hours, in essence ending any sembelence of a real investigation. Knitpick if you will...

Christopher King said...

8:08

You are quite wrong. I'm on a dial up modem right now so I don't feel like pulling links for you but Kelly expressly told Attorney Harold Burbank on or about 15 May 2008 (four days later) that she stood by her decision, as the decision had been made.

I have all of that information dude, sorry.

Also, on the Boston matter isn't it great to know that EXACTLY one year TO THE DAY that I wrote Martha McLeod to help establish the Civilian Review Boards as attempted earlier that year.

Check the links.

And she of course never even wrote me back and went straight to Jeff Strelzin, who along with NH AG Kelly Ayotte, repeatedly lied to the American public and as the Boston findings held,

"drew conclusions without facts to support them."

Liko Floyd talking to Liko and only firing on him after he ran into Bruce McKay.

KingCast: We keep it simple, keep on keepin' on.

Anonymous said...

Question is... Did Harold Burbank do the right thing by releasing information regarding an investigation or investigations that he may have been privileged? Does Harold Burbank need to go before a Judicial Review Board?

Christopher King said...

9:00

That is a stupid question. Harold Burbank is not a Judge and he just asked Kelly Ayotte for information as a public citizen and she lied to him.

Door prizes on the left.

-c

Anonymous said...

Just any citizen? Was Harold Burbank the atty of record? Was there information he wasn't entitled to?

I group Burbank with King... and say bring charges against both.

Anonymous said...

Knitpick if you will...

That is all you and the the followers of King are doing. He raises questions that he claims is new material, but he has the answers already. He is the one nitpicking.

Anonymous said...

Here is something to think about.....

How is it that Officer D.F. of the Francinia Police Department be a CONVICTED FELON (alleged) had been denied a job with the NH Forestry Division because of that status yet be employed as an officer with the FPD ?

UFB !!!!!

Anonymous said...

Here is something to think about.....

How is it that Officer D.F. of the Francinia Police Department be a CONVICTED FELON (alleged) had been denied a job with the NH Forestry Division because of that status yet be employed as an officer with the FPD ?

UFB !!!!!

Where are your sources, DF, nobody by those initials works ar Franconia. You are either a convicted felon or you are not. There is no alleging. To allege is to accuse. Unlike chrissy who was indicted. He wasn't just accused but was indicted for bribery. Many people apply for jobs with the government not everyone gets hired. Doesn't make a person any less qualified for another job. If you are going to post crap about somebody, first get their name right then give the facts. Don't allege anything. Spreading lies and falsehoods is one of many of chrissy tools.

Christopher King said...

7:29/Not-so-Quiet Man.

List the "lies and falsehoods" right now or STFU.

And the police officer with the criminal record is CF not DF look at the placement of the D and C it was prolly just a typo silly.

Aren't you late for your daily tantric circle jerk session over at Topix?

Run along, son.

And take a box of tissues with you.

Anonymous said...

7:29 is probably S. Colt aka J.P. from B-town. Whatever, whoever, makes no never mind.

I think we could lay off CF and cut some slack there. We've all had youthful transgressions. I know he plays both sides of the fence, but I still think he's trying to work within the community and for it. Time will tell...

Anonymous said...

Thank you for clarifying that for me Chris. It was a typo !

Once I get the records then it will go from alleged to fact.

That should make the little troll happy.

Now, more work to be done.......

Hmmmmm, wonder he responded to that posting !

Here is something else to think about........

Declined a job by the state but a local PD hires him. I am beginning to see a pattern here.

Anonymous said...

I would agree with the exception of one thing. Yes, we all know young adults make bad choices (Liko, this officer in FPD) but I heard he is beginning to act like McKay "taking over" and pulling the same antics.

If that is the case and "time will tell" I will be relentless in my pursuit to bring this to the publics attention.

Why is it this LEO can make mistakes as a young man, eventually being employed as a LEO yet mistakes Liko made as a "young man" prior to 5/11 be considered more then a "mistake".

Anonymous said...

10:21/10:30, make no mistake I am with you not against you. Focus on the powers who decieve the town, the McLeods and Montminy's.

If in CF is behaving in this manner, people should file the proper complaints (keeping a copy for their records just in case ) and see what comes of it. Make a stink and make the powers that be act and show they want to change the status quo.

I think going after CF as McKay did Liko will have negative results. Just an opinion and I am in no way attacking you as I really don't know what you know.

Anonymous said...

And the police officer with the criminal record is CF not DF look at the placement of the D and C it was prolly just a typo silly.

Probably less of a typo than the poster not knowing difference between the two brothers. Boldly making accusations, a felony for shoplifting... Many people do many things in their youth, was he a minor, was the charge expunged? All this you need to be careful about. Targeting CF will not make the healing begin. What if CF did make a mistake, has he shown remorse did he learn from his mistake, has he continued to make the same wrong decisions? Liko continued with making wrong decision, did he have a chance to start making good choise, I think 24 is old enough to start making good choices. Everyone has a past and chrissy is a very very dirty past. Chrissy King is still making bad choices into his 40's.

Anonymous said...

How old way McKay ? What about Floyd ?

I agree that the time and energy is better served directed at other higher-up's.

If citizens are claiming that D.F. from FPD or any other officer for the matter is treating the public in the manner that McKay did then it needs to be addressed early on.

Are we supposed to wait for another tragic event ?

The town Government has already proven that it can not manage affairs of this nature. Until they prove themselves differently why should they be trusted ?

Anonymous said...

I mean C.F.from FPD, I keep getting them confused as his brother also works local LE.

Christopher King said...

6:06

Yah, in Littleton, right?

At first I thought it was a typo but now I see you're on point.

I won't state his older (I think) brother's name but it's All Good.

They spy on us, we spy on them.

Anonymous said...

If I am not mistaken their Uncle has worked within the local probatation department for a very long time.

Yes, I am referring to D.F. and C.F..

The other brother has recently resigned from the Littleton PD and accepted a job with Hanover PD.

Some day I am going to sit down and count the number of LEO that have moved on to other departments (for whatever reason) since 5/11.

Christopher King said...

10:18 and 10:38

I have publicly complimented C.F. for passing his course and wished him well so I'm not here to attack him.

I am here to say that no one ever called Liko a damn thief, so if CF can turn things around and be a police officer, isn't it entirely possible that Liko could do the same?

Jeezlouise.

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As to the Quiet Man asshat, I'm make great life choices into my 40's. And I would welcome any impartial investigation into my purportedly "dirty past," in Ohio and in NH, which of course points right back to NH AG Kelly Ayotte's dirty past.

And present.

Quiet Man, is it your turn to bring the astroglide to the circle jerk party you got running over there at Topix?

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Have a nice weekend, folks.

-The KingCaster

Anonymous said...

Liko not a thief, he stole something very dear to a young girl, her father.

Anonymous said...

Likewise !

Liko's Family has suffered a tremendous loss as well.

Why is their to some that their pain is any less significant then McKays family ?

Liko had only seconds to react to McKays attack against him and a friend.

His intent was to protect. He fired out of fear not anger. Big difference ! The one filled with rage and anger that day way McKay.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

Liko not a thief, he stole something very dear to a young girl, her father.

9:46 AM

AMEN

Anonymous said...

10:12

You condone the killing of police officers.
If Liko hadn't been carrying a gun, he would not have killed with premeditation.
I missed the part about his being licensed to carry....was he?

Anonymous said...

How many constitutional violations before your no longer a good American? McKay didn't deserve to be shot by just Liko, he deserved a firing squad. Liko did the North Country a favor. McKay earned his fate. His type of power has no place in this, our free country.

Anonymous said...

McKay bullied. He didn't kill.

Christopher King said...

10:45

It is most unfortunate that Courtney will grow up without a father.

As she does, she can perhaps go into law enforcement herself, get into management and teach her recruits to follow the express policies in effect instead of ego and power-tripping when they don't like certain families in the sense that McKay hated the Miller-Kenneys, and that's a fact.

10:49

Pre-meditated?

I see. So when Liko called his uncle three (3) times at the first traffic stop he was just calling to announce that he was about to shoot Bruce McKay and not out of fear.

I see.

It all fits together now.

Thanks.

Hell, with that explanation there's certainly no need to re-open the investigation, Kelly Ayotte and Jeff Strelzin's lies notwithstanding.

Anonymous said...

King at 12:52 -

It is most unfortunate that Courtney will grow up without a father.

As she does, she can perhaps go into law enforcement herself, get into management and teach her recruits to follow the express policies in effect instead of ego and power-tripping when they don't like certain families in the sense that McKay hated the Miller-Kenneys, and that's a fact.
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Your arrogance is of no consequence to the future of this child.

Quite possibly McKay had his reasons for hating the esteemed hippie cluster - but hating isn't killing; and McKay was killed by one of them.

Their legacy. Not McKay's.

Anonymous said...

McKay "hated" more then "hippies". He also hated 79 year old woman and young ladies. Give me a F*****G break !

He must have also hated his wife Angela McKay for he put her in enought fear/danger for her to seek protection from the court.

Typical BULLY !

Beats on women and children (physically, emotionally psychologically) but can't stand up to a grown man.

Instead he stalks with headlights. What a looser and I am glad he is no longer allowed run the streets of Franconia and surrounding communities.

Nothing was pre-meditated about Liko shooting McKay. As far as pre-meditation we will have to direct that line of questioning to Floyd. As we know McKay can no longer comment. Liko had every right to defend himself (and the rest of us for that matter).

Liko fired in SELF-DEFENSE. McKay contributed to his own demise.

Anonymous said...

It is most unfortunate that the Kenny's are living without their only son as well !

They too are in immense pain.

Christopher King said...

8:16

Indeed notice the hatred toward the Kenney family. At no point have I or any of the Franconia Collective spoken ill of the McKay family, the most we've ever done is to correctly point out that Sharon Davis cannot use his last name unless she officially changes her name because she doesn't meet the common law marriage requirements.

That shows the "mentality" of the anonymous trolls with which we deal.

-The KingCaster