24 March 2010

KingCast, North Country residents prepare for SB154 Bruce McKay Highway House Hearing on 1 April, 2010. No fooling.

Dear Committee members and Chair Bouchard:

Please listen to the video, and remember that this is really all we need to know, considering that the House was so prescient in its Decision to table virtually identical legislation two years ago as noted herein.
The committee unanimously supports that when the local communities feel that the time is right, an appropriate section of state highway should be dedicated to the fallen police officer, Corporal Bruce McKay. Vote 15-0.

The Community has spoken on Russell Cumbee's identical failed Warrant initiative so that really ends your inquiry into this matter, this State-sponsored hegemony must cease, immediately. My letter is attached hereto as in the comments section.

PS: Contrary to Manchester (not from the community, hello) Senator D'Allessandro's implication, not every fallen LE gets a road named after them pursuant to RSA 4:43. If so, please show me where such an honor was bestowed upon Joe Gearty... perhaps it is on an outer beltway, ahem.

Respectfully submitted,
Christopher King, J.D.

PS: This hearing is serious, no joke. And after all, it was no foolin' on 1 April 1996 when my client Michael Isreal got jacked up by the police, either. I thoroughly vindicated his position, as noted by the Ohio Court of Claims (Cops made him a victim of violent crime, V96-61481) and the Federal litigation, watch the videos.
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1 comment:

Christopher King said...

PUBLIC STATEMENT FROM KINGCAST.NET
NH RESIDENT 2003-2010


Good morning Mr./Madam Chairman, I will briefly walk the Ladder of Abstraction with you, starting with the Caveat that you explicitly stated, with respect to a similar Petition on HB 1428:
The committee unanimously supports that when the local communities feel that the time is right, an appropriate section of state highway should be dedicated to the fallen police officer, Corporal Bruce McKay. Vote 15-0
Well as you know by way of the warrant ballot set forth by Russell Cumbee, the Community still…. does not want it.
1. The whole thing is a smokescreen to take attention away from the lack of any substantive investigation into:

a) propriety of stop or
b) Floyd’s actions that commenced when he shot the windshield out of
Liko Kenney’s car.

2. Contrary to the implications of State rep D’Allessandro not every fallen LE gets a road named after him pursuant to State imprimatur. Joe Gearty did not.

3. If you want to name a road after Michael Briggs, I’ll be the first in line to sign any Petition. I did my research on him, he was a Good Cop and not actively violating protocol when he died.

4. But if you go way back to 2003 you should recognize that it’s quite likely that Bruce McKay violated Liko Kenney’s Constitutional Rights and got away with it back then. That’s why Judge Cyr dismissed other cases from Fox Hill Park that were initiated in the same manner. The cases are on file If you watch those videos Liko correctly told him “You cannot keep me here without good cause,” yet McKay did indeed do that, and never told him why he was keeping him there, he could have simply run the license and that was that.


5. Lastly, you just cannot grant State imprimatur to the pattern of conduct displayed by Bruce McKay throughout his career when it comes to judgment and use of OC Spray, recall he sent a girl to the hospital on OC Spray while investigating a so-called case against Ryan Hartford that didn’t even get to trial. And of course on the day, date and time in specific question he was violating 7 or 8 distinct policies designed to de-escalate potentially hostile situations. I have attached them for your review (will hand deliver 5 April, 2010) but they are on my blog, please call or write should you have questions, kingjurisdoctor@gmail.com or 617.543.8085m.