The GTi: Standing at Cannon Mountain View watching the Amorphous Band (love those guys) last week here it comes. "You must be Chris King." "Yep." "I'm ****, the GTi father, nice to meet you...." Here from 15 August 2007 phone call from **** is what it's like to drive your son's VW GTi when Bruce McKay was out on the prowl against Franconia's youth:
"He was in full John Wayne mode," said the father this afternoon in a phone interview..... "I was terrified and just pressed myself back all the way in the seat and then when he saw it was me he about shit his pants and started stammering.... "Uh, I thought you had a registration violation......"
People just don't get it. Bruce McKay incited fear in everyone, not just Liko Kenney, but Liko had the biggest buttons to push and so McKay pushed them and well we know the rest, sort of. The rest we will know when I'm finished with my investigation with some help from the U.S. House.
DWI cases end in paper chase: Ties in with this weekend's post about NH HB 1428 Bruce McKay Highway shill John Tholl and his current get-tough stance on DWI.
A 1983 law to limit plea-bargaining in drunken-driving cases requires prosecutors to file forms with the Attorney General's Office explaining why they reduce or drop DWI charges. Yet no one noticed when Nashua police failed to file the forms for more than a year and a half.
That's just one example of flaws in the monitoring of drunken-driving cases by the Attorney General's Office. Associate Attorney General Ann Rice blamed the problems on a lack of staffing since John Stephen, an assistant attorney general from 1992-98, left the office.
Good Thing they acknowledge receiving Federal Monies, so now the U.S. House has a greater argument to exert jurisdiction in a top-down investigation. Blame this, blame that. Who's to blame for Kelly allowing the Nashua PD to violate Miranda by impersonating AG staff as they and other LE destroyed all the evidence of what is probably a bad police shooting as they ignored trajectory analysis, just as they did in Franconia. Read the Paul Erwin Kish report.
The Chicago beatings of black folks: Now under investigation by the Feds. Told you about it years ago when I was terminating my use of the N-bomb. I wrote:
"Police have tough jobs -- perhaps the toughest in the World -- but the only thing worse than a redneck cop in the South.... is a redneck cop in the North."Some tools try to jump all over me for not being more effective in the Franconia and other NH LE cases, but guess what? It takes time, folks, takes time. It hasn't even been 1.5 years since the day of the tragedy. Again, it took 4 years to get the cops in Ohio found liable for making Michael Isreal a victim of violent crime, but we did it, yah. V1996-61481.
Hah, some tool told me "stick to what you know." Okay, fool: KingCast knows GTi's (my father even switched from Volvo to VW in 2003) and KingCast knows police abuse. Justice and heightened scrutiny will befall Kelly Ayotte and bad LE in New Hampshire, so you can 'stick' that where the sun don't shine, buddy.