Excerpt: Dear Judge Vaughn, Senator Biden, Senator Kenney and U.S. House Investigating Committee: ".....Similarly, the protocol obtained pursuant to litigation that clearly applies in this case also notes that guns are supposed to be maintained at Officer Deadly Force Policy IV B(f):
“Ensure that guns are not opened, loaded, unloaded, shell casings removed, or in any other way tampered with….”
Yet and still Gregory Floyd went home with Liko Kenney’s live round in his pocket.
b). More significantly, if we take Attorneys Ayotte and Strelzin at their word, Bruce McKay fired his gun. We know this because according to them (disregarding Floyd’s own first two statements):
One: Floyd spoke to Liko at carside prior to shooting him;
Two: Floyd reached in the car window to shoot Liko as he spoke with him;
Three: Floyd was “unarmed” when Liko ran into Bruce McKay (per p. 42 of AG Official Report).
As such, the unexplained windshield bullet on the outside of Liko Kenney’s car must have come from Bruce McKay. Meanwhile, Liko Kenney’s clothing – requested by the Undersigned pursuant to RSA 91-A – will undoubtedly establish muzzle-to-target range so that will help aid in our Constitutional Right to Know what really happened on 5/11. Similarly, Bruce McKay’s clothing will undoubtedly support Respondent Ayotte’s implied conclusion that he fired his gun because there will be gunshot residue on it. She is required to maintain this clothing pursuant to Deadly Force Investigation Policy IV E(9)(e). By way of reference, here is a quote from forensic expert Paul Erwin Kish in the Michael Paulhus police shooting case in Nashua, which will be discussed in the following paragraphs:
"The clothing of Mr. Paulhus was apparently never collected. Had the shirt been collected it may have assisted in establishing muzzle-to-target range."
Of course that dovetails in with the pending litigation and the reach of RSA 611-B:21and autopsy/toxicology reports because the AG’s office has refused to give the public any of this dispositive information on clothing and/or Gunshot Residue (GSR) that should be in her investigative files.
And of course NH LE have been known to fail to maintain such evidence in recent history. In the Michael Paulhus case in the Nashua and/or State police investigators destroyed each and every projectile imprint in the Paulhus van, including the steering wheel, passenger side headrest and door panel. They failed to conduct any trajectory analysis even though they had ample opportunity to do so. See the attached Motion to Dismiss from the Paulhus Attorneys, the 30 June 2005 Hillsborough Court ORDER GRANTING Defendant’s Motion to Suppress and the Interim Report of Paul Erwin Kish, Attachment 2.
Sadly, such activity informs the current Franconia situation because it’s basically a carbon-copy....[snip] See full Memorandum at Scribd.com and in the Comments.