16 August 2008

KingCast This American Life epiphany #2: NH AG Kelly Ayotte lied not once but twice re: Gregory W. Floyd firing on Liko Kenney without speaking.

Well it's a KingCast Civil Rights party with my LE pals at the AG's office. See, in preparation for next week's North Country guests and for the lawsuit I just filed with the assistance of retired LE (KingCast v. McLeod et al, Grafton Superior 08-E_192) I figured I would take a deeper look into things. Here’s what I see after another review using Kelly's own audio files; I will check to see if they are the same as these online clips (fixed link) at Concord Monitor. Update: Those are the Concord Monitor clips so either they didn't get everything either or they selectively posted. I'll be getting another copy from Kelly next week to clear things up.

First off, Floyd saw McKay had cleared leather before he crossed the street. The question is did Liko have reason to believe that McKay was going to his heat when he looked up in a haze and in a hurry after that unlawful use of force and violation of 8 pursuit and OC Spray directives.

Second, I just realized that he told Sgt. West and another investigator not once but TWICE that he said nothing to Liko Kenney before he fired, so that makes NH AG Kelly Ayotte and Senior AG Strelzin’s actions and public statements to the contrary all the more reprehensible.

19:45“Did you say anything before you fired?” “No I didn’t."

48:40 – “I walked up and probably within 4 seconds I shot the driver.”

49:00 – “Did you say anything?” “No. Didn’t say a word.”

1:06:05 – I was telling the driver to stop… I’m screaming either put it down our you’re gonna’ die… told him whatever came into my mind….”

See we know he didn’t say anything because Caleb Macaulay already told us as much, read his interview comments at p. 11 of the Official Report. Note that Caleb also says he leaned forward just before Floyd shot, which is consistent with the shards of glass in his head. Floyd said he reached in the car and put his arm in Caleb's Adam's apple and held him back as he shot, which was yet another lie. He recklessly endangered Caleb and he knows it. Then he issued criminal threats to Caleb long after it was clear he was not a danger.

Kelly and Jeff have no legal, moral or ethical compass in this matter: You don’t take a potential murder suspect’s first two statements, which were corroborated by another witness, then get up in front of the media – including ABC News 20/20 this summer – and tell everyone the last, uncorroborated version. That’s why I started the Disbar Kelly Ayotte blog where I save the “best” of these morsels for U.S. House review.

It all started
with Kelly’s lies to former AAG and duly-licensed attorney Harold Burbank i.e. “all witness statements are consistent with regard to Floyd’s actions, including the passenger …..” That proves that Kelly will stoop to any level she can find in order to make this case go away, as noted in Res Ipsa One.

Read the comments for the full epiphany.

Related posts:
Junior said his daddy fired 3 more shots; that makes 5....
A running dialogue of key events and timing.
Where did Floyd/McKay stand to shoot at Liko?
Did Floyd or McKay shoot out Connie McKenzie's window?

4 comments:

Christopher King said...

My review of other matters involving Gregory W. Floyd and his taped interview is interesting as well as noted in the new post, going up at the same time this one does.

First off, BTW McKay had cleared leather before he crossed the street, that’s what Floyd distinctly said so read the comments.

24:30 “The officer had his firearm in his right hand. He turned and even though he’s holding his side he had his firearm in his right hand and ran across the street until they got over there and ran him over” (Floyd claimed they ran him over twice, which is suspect particularly in light of the fact that Junior at pdf 745 said that Liko’s car only struck McKay once AFTER his father shot at the car). See how crazy this case is? Nothing adds up, especially the placement of the McKay spent casings as seen near Floyd’s truck as noted in this post.

Moving on, I just realized that he told Sgt. West and another investigator not once but TWICE that he said nothing to Liko Kenney before he fired, so that makes NH AG Kelly Ayotte and Senior AG Strelzin’s actions and public statements to the contrary all the more reprehensible.

19:45 – “Did you say anything before you fired?” “No I didn’t”

48:40 – “I walked up and probably within 4 seconds I shot the driver.”

49:00 – “Did you say anything?” “No. Didn’t say a word.”

1:06:05 – "I was telling the driver to stop… I’m screaming either put it down our you’re gonna’ die… told him whatever came into my mind….”

See we know he didn’t say anything because Caleb Macaulay already told us as much, read his interview comments.

Kelly and Jeff have no legal, moral or ethical compass in this matter: You don’t take a potential murder suspect’s first two statements, which were corroborated by another witness, then get up in front of the media – including ABC News 20/20 this summer – and tell everyone the last, uncorroborated version. That’s why I started the disbar Kelly Ayotte blog where I save the “best” of these morsels for U.S. House review.

It all started with Kelly’s lies to Harold Burbank i.e. “all witness statements are consistent with regard to Floyd’s actions, including the passenger …..” Mr. Burbank is a duly-licensed Civil Rights Attorney and former AAG, so that proves that Kelly will stoop to any level she can find in order to make this case go away, as noted in Res Ipsa One.

On a related note, after careful review, now I know why Attorney Hilaire and Captain Leavitt did not want to tell me what kind of gun Floyd turned in pursuant to Court Order after his recent conviction for criminal threats. I’m not going to say anything more about that however until we file our signed community requests for a compound search and indictment under 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) and our Complaint to the U.S. House. But I am going to go review it with learned LE shortly.

Anonymous said...

"I will check to see if they are the same as these online at Concord Monitor."

The link is dead.

Anonymous said...

Floyd claims he did all that and then some........

All this without his trusty cane !

Christopher King said...

10:05

Link is fixed.

10:42

Yah Floyd and Michael Phelps and Dana Torres are all amazing human specimens.

I think Floyd should try out for the olympics so he could help Bruce get more of those medals he wanted.