12 August 2008

Like father like son: Gregory P. Floyd guilty of misdemeanor theft but should have been charged and convicted of felony theft like Gregory W. Floyd.

First of all, Judge Cyr violated the NH Supreme Court policy that specifically allows cameras, computers and other electronic devices. He allowed only one camera and it was not from a media source. Luckily the civilian gave me the pictures. I appealed his order in a well-reasoned objection I will upload tomorrow, and when he failed to address it I politely asked him for a ruling before the hearing, whereupon he bristled "My ruling stands." "Thank you," I said, with just as much attitude. A reporter from the Caledonian Record was denied as well, which makes no sense. I'll be filing a complaint with the Judicial Review Board on that.

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At trial today the high-priced lawyer Bill Christie (seen covering his client in his stylish Foster Grants from a KingCast camera) negotiated a plea arrangement whereby Gregory P. Floyd copped to a Class B Misdemeanor, down from a charge of Class A Misdemeanor.

Here's the rub:

He should have been charged with a Class A Felony from Jump Street. To my ear and to those of a retired LE and another reporter, the Prosecutor said that there were two nights that Junior stole $300, one night he stole $150 and another (the last) when he stole $363. That's a Felony duh because $500 is a Felony in NH. But the put the kid gloves on for the son of the man who probably murdered Liko Kenney and who has no way of really affording the services of Shaheen & Gordon. Something fishy in Denmark.

Note: The Modus Operandi was the exact same each time so it was a plan and pattern of conduct, folding the money and hiding it in the register.

637:11 Penalties. – I. Theft constitutes a class A felony if:
(a) The value of the property or services exceeds $1,000...

II. Theft constitutes a class B felony if:
(a) The value of the property or services is more than $500 but not more than $1000.

Moreover, he admitted to buying items with the stolen money (which is conversion) that he left in his locker. Wonder what the items were. Guns and Ammo? The ordinary thief gets tagged for that, but not Junior Floyd, oh no. Just waived it. Judge Cyr let it ride. Tell me he would have done that for most folks. I just stand and watch.

46 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sounds like how his papa has walked with the courts through the years. They can't reeeeaally be working for the secret service. Huh?????

Anonymous said...

I have had the pleasure (not) of being present in Cyr's courtroom on many occassions. He has violated judicial code of conduct numerous times. I too will be filing many, many ,many formal complaints against him as well. Enough is enough ! Cyr, do yourself a favor and retire. You will be delt with by the legal system. Never again will I fear you and you will be held accountable for you unethical actions.

Anonymous said...

duh 2 different crimes on 2different dates you can't add them together..... you damn well know that.

Anonymous said...

The manager from Wal-mart was present today at the courthouse. Based on that I would guess the plea was done at the last minute.

Seems to me Jr. preferred to not take the stand. Good choice considering he did not do a very good job testifying at his fathers trial and contradicted himself numerous times.

The prosecutor is fresh out of law school and new to the town.

Anonymous said...

Chrissy nevers lets teh laws get in the way of a argument. I think you can add the value of of the thefts over a course of time. How much would that have cost the taxpayers. Have them take a plea deal and clear the docket for the day.

Anonymous said...

You clown! Ha! Ha! All puffery and spit in your GirlyGirl shirt. A REAL professional. Yah.

Looks like you had a non-event.

Davey shouldn't waste his kindness on your pi**ing contests.

Looks like you smell a trip to HI. Aloha my sweet arse.

Yawn.

Anonymous said...

I know someone else who should have been charged and convicted of a felony - YOU!!

Anonymous said...

637:11 Penalties. – I. Theft constitutes a class A felony if:
(a) The value of the property or services exceeds $1,000...

II. Theft constitutes a class B felony if:
(a) The value of the property or services is more than $500 but not more than $1000.

The above RSA statute is understandable and there is no gray area.

If you steal $499.99 it isn't a felony and no the total cannot be added up. To bad so sad, collect your consolation prize you lose.

Anonymous said...

I hope the young man takes the right course now.

And lighten up, Kojak. Its not like he killed a cop or was peddling weed to kids. Jeesh.

Anonymous said...

637:2 Definitions.
V. "Value'' means the highest amount determined by any reasonable standard of property or services.
(a) Amounts involved in thefts committed pursuant to one scheme or course of conduct, whether from the same person or several persons, may be aggregated in determining the grade of the offense.

Might this be a scheme?

Anonymous said...

thank goodness the collective group of haters is up in the north country seems they have all lost touch with reality, honoring a cop killer and condemning a man and his family because he had more intestinal fortitude than all of you collectively to do something and try to save the officers life if the values shown by all of you in this year long persecution of the floyd family are the same values passed on to your kids no wonder the punk that shot the cop screwed up

Anonymous said...

huckster = schemeking

Anonymous said...

637:11 Penalties. – I. Theft constitutes a class A felony if:
(a) The value of the property or services exceeds $1,000...

II. Theft constitutes a class B felony if:
(a) The value of the property or services is more than $500 but not more than $1000.

The above RSA statute is understandable and there is no gray area.

If you steal $499.99 it isn't a felony and no the total cannot be added up. To bad so sad, collect your consolation prize you lose.

5:55 PM

By no means am I supporting Chrissy. I was just stating the course of conduct and agregating the value would be over $500.00. But If the prosecution wants to go foward with a B Misdemeanor and teh defense wants to accept that plea, then the Judge can accept the plea.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

"thank goodness the collective group of haters is up in the north country seems they have all lost touch with reality, honoring a cop killer and condemning a man and his family because he had more intestinal fortitude than all of you collectively to do something and try to save the officers life if the values shown by all of you in this year long persecution of the floyd family are the same values passed on to your kids no wonder the punk that shot the cop screwed up"

7:28 PM

You've got it all right, except the "group" is limited to a few local strays.
The court matter was about a theft from Wal-Mart, a non-media event.
King's build up would be humorous if not for his moral and physical intrusion into the kid's life...hanging around the court and trying to claim a piece of the action. There was none.
Lame.

Anonymous said...

If he stole monies on three seperate occasions then he should have been charged with theft three seperate times. Either way you look at it, he was let off too easy. At the least he should have received some probation/community service and not have had all of the fines suspended. It may be a court of law, not justice......but not equal.

Anonymous said...

The kid is aliar and thief just as his father is. Having said that I'm sure these not so good characteristics he has presented to society were present on 5/11.

Did he lie to authorities regarding the incident of 5/11 ? Without a doubt ! The same holds true to his father.

Anonymous said...

duh...1+1+1=3 that would be three crimes on three seperate days

Maybe you can't "add them together" but he should have been charged with three offenses.

Would that constitute a felony ?

How much do you suppose all the continuances cost the tax payers ?

Anonymous said...

How shallow one's mind can be.

Liko will forever be honored for the person he is.

FC was formed to combat lie's, deceit and corruption of the very systems (people) in place to protect and serve young men such as Liko, Caleb and all the other victims past, present and potential that live within our communities.

Welcome to reality !

Our children are well adjusted as we have and will continue to raise them with love, compassion and respect.

Can you say the same for yours ?

Peace, Love and Joy to you as well.

Anonymous said...

no one in my family ever shot and killed a cop. But it's not about my family it's about the Kenney family, who is vindictive and won't be satisfied until the Floyd family is banished from NH.

WTF is wrong with you people, you talk about compassion while you participate in a pattern of calculated stalking and harassment of a United States citizen, and his family.
Liko Keeny got some breaks from the same judicial system you all now condemn, you can't have it both ways.
What lies?
Liko did assualt Cpl McKay in 2003 (felony), he did try to escape once in custody(felony), he did assault someone over a theft, he did attempt to run a couple over, he did cut down a tree and drop it on Bill (blacksheep of the family) Kenney's house, he did threaten his aunt, he was driving on an expired registration, he did flee from the first stop on 5/11 (felony) he was carrying a concealed firearm (felony), he did kill a police officer (capital murder). No lies just the facts in a short tumultuous time lifetime that he was here.

Anonymous said...

Says who ??????

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
How much do you suppose all the continuances cost the tax payers ?

All the continuances ? (2)

They cost the taxpayers a hell of a lot less than the past years worth of frivilous lawsuits that have gained the kenney family nothing, the community nothing and the collective nothing. Only one person has gained in this. There hasn't been one shred of evidence that's even come close to warrant reopening the investigation, not one.
All that is being done by these suits is to exacerbate an already tragic situation.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Says who ??????

says who what?

Anonymous said...

Floyd Jr. was stalking girls before 5/11! Fine young man - and a thief. Yes, please leave the upstanding fellow alone.

Anonymous said...

Before 5/11 Kenney's history paled in comparison to Floyd Sr. What do you suppose would have happened if a cop treated Floyd as Cpl. McKay did Kenney that day? A shoot out with the cops and several people dead. He is no damn hero so STFU, jerk offs.

Kenney didn't steal hundreds from his employer either. He had fights with family members. WTF

Paint yourselves a pretty picture! How deep IS the rabbit hole?

Franconia PD is the laughing stock of NH. Ask the Academy. LAUGHING STOCK!!!! The sad thing is that the officials in this town are no laughing matter amd dangerous as H*ll on earth.

Anonymous said...

Franconia - this means you - is the laughing stock of the state. You all deserve one another. Just gather in the town square and get it on, put a close to this nonsense.

Christopher King said...

7:18

It was a pattern and course of conduct, how Floyd Jr. folded the money under the register each time.

The totals could easily have been set together for a Felony and in many cases would be.

As far as Chrissy this and Chrissy that, I believe those commments come from someone so infatuated with me that he can't contain his comments to his circle jerk friends over at Topix, one of whom -- Ditmar Kopf -- seems to have disappeared for a while. Wonder if his employer stepped to him with a pair of tweezers and a computer search to see what he does during the day when he should be focusing on his fiduciary duties at Fidelity Investments Merrimack office.

If he still works there.

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Howdy. Just thought I would check in with today's post.

13 August 2008
KingCast finds two new policy violations for Car 44, every 3 minutes he failed to maintain communications contact.


Look what showed up in the email tip jar, a copy of the 39 Franconia Policies, separate and distinct from the eight (8) other pursuit and OC Spray violations. Let's review para. 14 shall we?

"No officer shall be out of radio contact with Grafton County Dispatch for more than three minutes without advising them by radio or telephone where he is and how he can be reached."
Well hot damn. That also explains why NH AG Kelly Ayotte never conducted any investigation into the (im)propriety of Bruce McKay's actions. First she took the investigation away from Franconia, then she willfully and knowingly refused to investigate this crucial issue.

Why would she do such a thing? Simple. Once you outline the ten (10) or more policies that Bruce violated, coupled with the Unconstitutional beat down Liko Kenney took in 2003 at Fox Hill Park, you have a scared young man by any Objective Standard. And once you have a scared young man you no longer have a murderer, you have manslaughter at worst, self defense at best.

But Kelly can't exonerate Gregory W. Floyd for killing someone who committed manslaughter or justifiable homicide so the order came down: Wrap this thing up immediately and call it a day. But the Franconia Collective won't let that happen. Sorry.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
"Before 5/11 Kenney's history paled in comparison to Floyd Sr. What do you suppose would have happened if a cop treated Floyd as Cpl. McKay did Kenney that day? A shoot out with the cops and several people dead. He is no damn hero so STFU, jerk offs.

Kenney didn't steal hundreds from his employer either. He had fights with family members. WTF"

Interesting assaulting a police officer is pale, in your mind.

As far as your "fights with family members" comment, talk to a victim of domestic violence see how they feel about your dismissal as a family fight being nothing.

What would have happened if a cop treated Floyd in the same manner ?

We know what happened he was ordered to put the guns down, and he did.

Thank you for supporting my earlier assertion that not one member of this group known as the collective can post a comment without insults and profanity.

Anonymous said...

"The totals could easily have been set together for a Felony and in many cases would be."

Could have, should have, would have....fact is they weren't, combined. It was the victim's RIGHT (Walmart) to ask for leniency, obviously they did and the prosecutor agreed.

Anonymous said...

http://doj.nh.gov/publications/nreleases/pdf/062507franconiareport.pdf

Christopher King said...

3:17 wrote:

"You've got it all right, except the "group" is limited to a few local strays...."

....Yah, wait until you see how many of these "strays" signed the Floyd Petition to have his compound searched and Indicted under 42 U.S.C. 922(g)(1).

....Also "non media event" I'm sure the Caledonian-Record appreciates your snub. Their story will run today in the print edition you stupid jackass.

....Also Judge Cyr violated the Supreme Court policy, pure and simple.

You need to get your door prizes and move along pal.

Duh.

Christopher King said...

6:54 wrote:

"The totals could easily have been set together for a Felony and in many cases would be."

.....Could have, should have, would have....fact is they weren't, combined. It was the victim's RIGHT (Walmart) to ask for leniency, obviously they did and the prosecutor agreed.

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Yah, Wal Mart does not want to look like an employer who beats up on little people.

Floyds get all kinds of breaks though, even on Federal Weapons charges that should have been brought 10 years ago that many in the community will be asking for next week when I step to Prosecutor Hilaire.

Anyway, yah, we know how well the Floyds follow those Good Behaviour orders now, don't we?

Anonymous said...

why don't you publish more info on cops and policies, maybe you can help other criminals kill more cops. There are certain policies that are none of the publics business set in place for the safety of the men and women of law enforcement, who put their life on the line to protect everyone.

Anonymous said...

no grounds for the federal charges thats why you never heard from the ATF.

Christopher King said...

7:01

Publishing the fact that officers are supposed to call in hardly helps lay a plan for criminality.

7:03

You're wrong, and even the Federal AG said he was going to the ATF on it. He has not, so the town and area residents will, next week.

Peace out.

Anonymous said...

As far as your "fights with family members" comment, talk to a victim of domestic violence see how they feel about your dismissal as a family fight being nothing.

Just ask Angela McKay!!!!

Anonymous said...

Satan flaps his wings, circling over Franconia, and bellows a mocking laugh . . . .

Christopher King said...

7:27 7:38

Dig it.

-c

Anonymous said...

" He has violated judicial code of conduct numerous times. I too will be filing many, many ,many formal complaints against him as well. Enough is enough ! Cyr, do yourself a favor and retire. You will be delt with by the legal system. Never again will I fear you and you will be held accountable for you unethical actions."

What a difference a mere few months make. When he found Floyd Sr. guilty in April he was hailed a hero. Now he is guilty of all this wrong doing that was never mentioned back in April or any other time by anyone. Grow up, the world doesn't revolve around what a few of you think is the way the judicial system should be run. The behavior of collective of late borders on anarchy.

Anonymous said...

Chris King wrote:
"....Yah, wait until you see how many of these "strays" signed the Floyd Petition to have his compound searched and Indicted under 42 U.S.C. 922(g)(1)."

you promised everyone in your chris king 1st amendment page and I was promised my name would not be revealed if I signed this petition. Now after you got what you want you are going to betray us all...you bastard!

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Anonymous said...

You have misinterpeted the point(s) being made about Cyr. It had nothing to do with his ruling in regards to Jr. the thief.

It had everything to do with many past rulings (unrelated to this case)as well as his ruling in regards to cameras in his courtroom.

If I felt you had the ability to comprehend as opposed to distort I would attempt explaining. I will save myself time and energy.

Cyr can answer to the Supreme Court and the NH Judicial Board.

I am not in a position where I feel I must explain myself to you.

I will however be reviewing the Court/Police logs within our local paper over the next several months.

Jr. is not the only one who has stolen monies in town. Let's see what the outcome is for others. My guess is it will not be the same.

Have a nice day ! Thanks for stopping by.

Christopher King said...

3:20

Go back and read, you stupid jackass, I said jackass and bs are okay.

You ARE a stupid jackass.

A jackass is an animal with certain characteristics that you mimic well.

Now when you start in with more than that, I'll strike your post, which is what I just did.

You'll be all right once you learn how to read, you stupid braying jackass.

Ha-ha.

Christopher King said...

3:15

Nowhere does it say that I am going to publish anyone's name.

I just said "how many."

That's a number.

Rest easy.

Peace.

Anonymous said...

Methinks 3:15 is yet another incarnation of the "Topix Trolls" trying to stir the pot with their odd (downright creepy) fixation on you.

Christopher King said...

7:54

I know, but just on the chance it wasn't, I had to break it on down.

-c

Anonymous said...

Any public document (like a petition) submitted to any public agency (such as a prosecutors office or the ATF) is subject to FOIA requests. Yeah, names would get known... unless that is, it is submitted under seal (that has to be permitted by the courts) in a matter. In that case, King would be further violating the OH order that he not represent any one in court.

So, information requests in the ready folks?