10 October 2009

KingCast presents: The boys, Serry, Tim and Liko. No Bad Blood between them.

Recall that Bruce McKay was the subject of a lawsuit for threatening Tim Stephenson, another man against whom McKay had a personal grudge, wasting thousands of taxpayer monies.
In October 2005, a Franconia resident filed a civil complaint accusing McKay of threatening him while McKay was wearing his police uniform and driving his police cruiser. The man, Timothy Stephenson, said McKay rested his hand on his service weapon and said, "I'm going to do whatever I can to get rid of you."

Boston Globe 15 May 2007.

So of course Liko shot McKay because he thought he was done when McKay OC Sprayed him, after bashing the Tahoe into him twice and totally violating those 7 OC Spray and Pursuit policies OVER AN INSPECTION STICKER.

PS: Don't forget the OC Spray fracas with Ryan Hartford -- in which the State somehow lost the evidence that would have allegedly proved Ryan was involved in some burglary case. Here's my interview with Ryan. Why is it that this cop was continually involved in escalated situations in a small, sleepy town that knows so little real crime? It all goes to what Brad Whipple said about the culpability and malfeasance of Franconia PD, Selectmen and (thankfully) former NH AG Kelly Ayotte. Fact is, Bruce McKay should have had his badge taken a long time ago.


Christopher King said...

McKay threatened his own people, too and that's a FACT, JACK:

From the link in today's post, documented complaints from the Fire Department that were never investigated by Chief Montminy:


Next there is a 6 Oct. 2000 complaint one and two by Franconia Fire Department George Whitcomb that was followed up on 17 Nov. 2000 with no response. Mr. Whitcomb wrote that McKay exhibited unprofessional and imbalanced behaviour, i.e. training an "extremely bright" spotlight on him that was frustrating his attempts to secure the scene.

Twice asked to turn it down McKay said, "And I quote: If you ever touch my cruiser again you will be in more trouble than you can handle." Then he went south through the accident scene at a high rate of speed that was "totally uncalled for." Mr. Whitcomb was "curious why he was even at the scene as I don't recall hearing anyone involved ever calling for him."


Bruce McKay, contrary to some statements, was most definitely not "by the book."

Brad and I are about to be discussing this in much greater detail.

-The KingCaster

Anonymous said...

Read up on NH laws about ATV operation in watershed areas. Nice picture of another prohibited act committed by Liko Kenney:

Riding in wetlands is against the law, and violators can be fined up to $10,000 and may be required to restore damages that result.

Anonymous said...

What rank was Mr. Whipple while he served as a police officer?

Christopher King said...

You newbies don't get fooled:

If Liko was in fear or apprehension for his life or safety he didn't commit murder.

He committed manslaughter at most, or justifiable homicide/self-defense at least.

But Kelly can't have any of that because then it wouldn't look good for Greg Floyd to get a pass in 24 hours, for Pete's sake.

This whole "investigation" was a jigsaw puzzle, put together in such a way that it would withstand light-to-moderate scrutiny from a NH media that would never delve too deeply into it. WMUR lawyers promised to sue but did not. Watch Orr & Reno's Bill Chapman on video in this post.

I did, however, and now we will be investigating that mysteriously fragmented back seat mic audio and Casey Sherman's book is also the knee-to-the bottom of the table that could shatter this dirty little puzzle and send its component pieces scattering across the floor like cockroaches.

-The KingCaster

PS: Dear Bill, I see your seven comments pending and I'm headed out to the wineries. I'll get up with you later... I mean, you want to meet me on Wednesday in public, at the Boston Public Library, right?

Anonymous said...

And just how do you plan on proving taht Liko Kenney was in fear for his life? Only HE can answer that question and HE is as dead as Cpl. N. Bruce McKay the police officer he murdered.

Anything else is purely speculation and inadmissable in a court proceeding. No matter how many different spins you want to put on it, the facts remain the same. They will remain the same long after you and I and everyone else who got caught up in this tragedy are dead as well.

Anonymous said...

Human speech is generally reproduced somewhere in the 55 to 70 dB range or or frequency range from 20 to 20000 hertz.

(Certainly not loud enough to be picked up by a mic inside a vehicle irregardless of it's location within the vehicle if the person is outside.)

Gunshots on the other hand are in the 140-190 dB, depending on weapon. A .45 is around 150-160 dB depending upon how hot the load is in the bullet fired.

Christopher King said...

A comment from the YouTube vids:

"Thank you for posting this, probable cause is everything in situations like this . I have complete respect for officers - however this officer went too far. In history the kid requested not only why he was pulled over (must be provided when requested), and this time requested another officer. My God - he was just a kid. I'm sorry for the officer's child/families - but what was he thinking?"

Christopher King said...


What rank was Mr. Whipple while he served as a police officer?

....He had several, all of which were higher than yours, Bill.


Christopher King said...


We have Caleb Macaulay's contemporary statements that prove Liko was scared, plus any rational person would have been scared after McKay violated those OC Spray and Pursuit policies, duh.

Caleb's interview (that I sent to Chronicle, by the way when they couldn't find it, and I have the emails to prove it).

"I've never seen him so scared in my life," says Caleb, quite candidly.

Take it easy.

It's just the facts.

-The KingCaster

Christopher King said...


You need to prove that every stream is a classified wetland.

-The KingCaster.

PS: Speaking of acts prohibited, what about those SOPs that Bruce McKay violated specifically designed to reduce tension, fear and dangerous reactions?

Mheh, means nothing right.