11 March 2010

Hey KingCast, is it true you are approaching Ohio for reinstatement given your zealous and professional application of the First Amendment?

Yes, that is 100% accurate. Here are Attachments one and two. The letter goes out today, in fact.

1 comment:

Christopher King said...

Of course other detractors include this guy, whomever he and his multiple characters really are.

We all know for a time he was this guy, a former JAG Attorney who promised to pay my legal fees as we co-authored Try Gregory Floyd for Murder.

-The KingCaster.

Excerpt:

......The key factor is did Mr. Floyd have any options other than the actions he chose when he slaughtered Liko Kenney without saying a word.

The definition of Murder:
To kill with premeditated malice; to kill (a human being)
willfully, deliberately, and unlawfully.

What Liko Kenney did appears wrong, but we know from Caleb Macaulay's contemporaneous statements that he was genuinely in fear of Bruce McKay, which most likely renders his act no more than manslaughter.

What Gregory W. Floyd did was just as wrong and no less heinous when he slaughtered Liko Kenney. He was not enraged, or in fear for his life, yet with premeditation Gregory W. Floyd murdered Liko Kenney.

Two wrongs don't make a right, certainly not in this case. The decision made by NHAG Ayotte was done using the competing harms law. The burden of proof is on Gregory W. Floyd to prove beyond all reasonable doubt that he was in fear for his life and/or the life of the officer who had been shot. Mr. Floyd NEVER stated he was in fear for his life.

He also wrote that he "Would have shot Bruce McKay as well."

I am not certain which LE he discussed the matter with, but he says they were "in NH, MA, and DE, and several MPs as well."

Excerpt:

"Had Kenney wanted to shoot officer McKay he had more than ample time to do it during the initial stop. There was no need for Cpl. McKay to "hit", "ram" or "push" Kenney's car he was backed in and stopped.

Why would an officer who knew that the suspect and he had "issues" before and who was being stopped for an alleged expired registration escalate the situation by ramming Kenney's car?

Then to just walk up and spray OC without saying a word further escalating he situation, makes no sense what so ever to anyone who is of reasonable and sound mind. Other law enforcement officers I know personally have stated the same thing, and not just ones from NH, but in MA, and DE, and several MPs as well."