17 October 2008

KingCast, others arrested and beaten by Franconia PD's Chris Fowler out on 116.

Okay, just kidding.

What he said was "hey I didn't recognize you there Matt you're driving everyone's car but your own."

Then he engaged us in some other aimless small tawk and he drove off and Matt, Robin and I drove off, no bashing of the Tahoe or O.C. Spray.

"Good luck," I said to him as he walked away. I really wish him luck investigating that dude who threatened Matt's life on a telephone recording, yah.

Anyway, the whole thing was kind of surreal. Especially because Matt Chernicky is one pretty recognizable dude. I don't know of anyone else who remotely resembles him so I don't know how Chris didn't make him as we headed out of town. But it could be a perception problem like Bruce McKay had back at Hillwinds' read State Trooper Landry's comment on that page one and two. I heard Chris chased down some joggers a few weeks ago when he thought they were running from him. Turns out they were just trying to get on back to the hotel 'cos they were out for a jog and running late to a wedding reception.

PS: They're still running that same tainted Tahoe, what a shame it should have been retired if they really respected McKay but he was just a money man anyway. He was just a wife-beating flunkie from Haverhill where I hear he was let go for his aggressive tendencies anyway, and this was all before he allegedly chased down Angela with a trunk full of guns in the midst of a major mental breakdown. Bruce McKay, an American hero.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sounds about right !

So my question to the towns that hired/ "let go" of McKay during his LE career;

Where are the results of all McKay's "psychological" testing that was required for hire by these department(s) ?

Why was this LEO allowed to go from department to department knowing he was emotionally unstable and not capable regarding certain aspects regarding his job performance ?

Why were complaints about McKay not investigated and dealt with !

How much of McKay's file ended up in the round recycle bin ?

To those of you who were part of the "cover-up" and you/we know who you are;

Liko's and McKay's blood is on your hands.

Anonymous said...

Typical McKay !

Creating problems for the town(s) and citizens.

At the very least I would say most of his responses were overexagerated.

What a GOOBER !!!!!

And what did the police chief of Franconia do about this letter ?

Nothing, I'm sure.

That is why we have two dead men.

Anonymous said...

I commend Trooper Landry for his insight and very professional letter.

Was there any follow up from the chief ?

Christopher King said...

There is nothing to be found on record (or at least shared to date) that indicates that Chief Montminy did anything regarding the Hillwinds melt-down.

But someone involved in that told me that Montminy told her that McKay was suspended or otherwise punished, but as LE files are like, totally off limits to the public it's impossible to tell where the BS starts and ends.

Keep the public guessing.

Which is exactly how they want it.

Anonymous said...

any personnel records are off limits asshat. The BS starts and always circles back to you Chris. I guess know we know why you use the term circle jerk so freely.

Christopher King said...

4:22

Dude you do a poor job of repeating what I just wrote.

Let me quote:

"But someone involved in that told me that Montminy told her that McKay was suspended or otherwise punished, but as LE files are like, totally off limits to the public it's impossible to tell where the BS starts and ends.

Keep the public guessing.

Which is exactly how they want it."

********

You really are a wanker aren't you?

Here's the deal for intelligent folks:

Even though NH has a very restrictive policy (Ohio and many other states have fully open personnel files) there are ancillary documents that are discoverable by common citizens such as the vote to go into executive session.

Take a look.

Duh.

Anonymous said...

hey asshat here's what you wrote:
"but as LE files are like, totally off limits to the public it's impossible to tell where the BS starts and ends."

You specifically stated "LE files" I pointed out ALL personnel records are off limits.

Christopher King said...

9:15

A distinction without a difference because I'm only seeking what?

LE files.

What a wanker you are.

Anonymous said...

I'll jump into this fight. There is a difference, you want you limited audience to think LE get different treatment than others. You lie by omission or you lie by innuendos, but they are lies just the same and bears great light into you honesty, morality and professionalism, or lack thereof.

Anonymous said...

There are certain instances where LE files can be reviewed under NH Law. See State v. Laurie, 139 N.H. 325 (1995), Petition of The State of New Hampshire (State v. Theodosopoulos), 153 N.H. 318 (2006).

Christopher King said...

8:41

True that, and I argued those cases in the first Right-to-Know lawsuit and of course they will factor into this one as well.

Peace and thanks for constructive thinking.

-The KingCaster

Christopher King said...

Think about it:

The way that the law is being applied now prevents citizens from knowing if an LE fired his weapon.

That's absurd. We paid for that weapon and s/he's using it in the line of duty.

NH is a police state, you better believe it.

Live Free or Die my arse.

Christopher King said...

7:42

You jumped in, but you had nothing to say. Just a bunch of words on a page. We're addressing specific instances in which NH LE, headed by Kelly Ayotte, have earned our distrust.

Now to play the game correctly, you cite examples where I have allegedly lied and we can talk about it.

Without that you're just wasting bandwidth.

-The KingCaster.