In one of the videos recorded this evening at Concord New Hampshire's Gibson's bookstore, he notes that he told Bruce McKay's Franconia police superiors that he should be fired and discusses some of the reasons why. I'll post that in Due Course. The three of us said a lot of things that the viewers and store staff are thinking about right now, of that I am certain.
For now, enjoy Casey Sherman and his commentary regarding Kelly Ayotte's investigation of Gregory Floyd vis a vis Mr. Floyd's contemporaneous statements under investigation. Says Sherman, after discussing the 43 kills Floyd claims to have made for the government:
"Floyd may have wanted to feel what it felt like to kill somebody, here was an opportunity to do it....." whereupon he continues to discuss how Floyd told Caleb to pick up Liko's gun and "kept on urging him to pick up the gun..."
Whereupon Floyd would have murdered Caleb Macaulay and then he could have told any kind of tall tale he desired and got away even cleaner than he did.
As to Floyd, remember that lying under an investigation is a crime in and of itself, specifically RSA 641:3 Unsworn Falsifcation (read it here) as Ayotte predecessor Peter Heed pointed out in the Manchester Catholic Diocese investigation.
And speaking of Peter Heed, you know that his "Officer Deadly Force Protocol" Section IV Policy E(9)(e) that I reviewed pursuant to my litigation proves that the clothing of all individuals should have been maintained for testing. Yet when I asked for the results of the testing that would have proved muzzle-to-target range and when and where and who shot the windshield bullet and other things, Kelly Ayotte told me that there were no tests. You can read more right here. Time for an independent lab to come in and test that clothing.