06 January 2011

KingCast asks "Bad Blood" author Casey Sherman "Did you really mean to say 'Liko Kenney wasn't a nice kid at all?'"

Dear Casey, I cannot believe you stated, in a WRKO interview I hosted here:

"Liko Kenney wasn't a nice kid at all."

Where on Earth did that come from? I missed the offensive comment the first time when I wrote the journal entry above, but for your comment, without retraction, is a slap in the face to the very community to whom you prefaced the book. You know that hundreds of people from Franconia, Sugar Hill and Easton paid respects to Liko Kenney while a couple dozen, if that, paid same to Bruce McKay. You and I have both noted as much. Those people did not drive down Davey & Michele's long, winding muddy driveway because Liko Kenney "wasn't a nice kid at all."

I have thoroughly documented the ABC News coverage that was neutral at first before 20/20 producer Andrew Paparella contacted me for information (I gave him a ton) and he and Juju Chang ignored it and sold out. This is from Connie McKenzie, who administered CPR to Bruce McKay at the end of her driveway so somehow I find it relevant, I dunno......

"Liko Kenney may have had some psychological issues, but he wasn't violent. People didn't trust Bruce McKay and they didn't like him. Heck I was afraid of him. You know when a police officer gets shot, it's a big deal. I understand that, but I want people to know that we loved that boy Liko. He was our native son. I don't want him to go down as just a cop killer. He was full of life and articulate and funny."
Mickey deRam, who stood outside the Floradale Flower Shop talking about the shooting with McKenzie, agreed that McKay often went too far.
"This policeman harassed that boy. He knew what he was doing to him. He would always go after the kids. He would catch them speeding and act like it was armed robbery or something," deRam said.
Please Man, what you said goes well beyond hyperbole and into something.... well let's just say I would like to hear from you on this before next Monday. At that point I will have much more to say depending on your response. Also, I did email Daniel Libeskind Studios (they work with your Producer Dorothy Aufiero) last night to inform them of the Thin Blue Line entries (which have both seen their images removed from the Internet, that's why I host things differently now, the government probably had a hand in removing those images, you betcha.

Franconia's Thin Blue Line #1 (with 76 comments). Franconia's Thin Blue Line #2 (with the Dow Murders website).

Christopher King, J.D. 
PS: And we both know that Gregory W. Floyd and Kelly Ayotte are both dirty rotten liars for conjuring up the story that Floyd ever even spoke to Liko Kenney, but here's Gregory Floyd criminally threatening Caleb Macaulay with a gun in his hand long after it was clear he was not a threat, and here's Greg Floyd on a WMUR interview specifically lying his ass off at :50 about how he allegedly spoke to Liko....
Kenney first, when the reality of it is this, from the WMUR/Union Leader journal entry:

Also any notion of conversation from Floyd to Liko is totally bogus, even though Kelly's (unsigned) Official Report has Floyd saying "I told him whatever came into my mind...." because Floyd clearly says at 874:
"And then you know I, I walked up at that time and uh, probably within four seconds had shot the driver."
This supports his previously-documented statement on another volume: 

Page 20/1,000: 
"Did you say anything before you fired?" 
"No, I didn't"

And that's what Caleb said as well:
Page 11/1,000
The man said nothing before he fired."

But Sgt. West is Floyd's buddy, listen to this comment:

Pdf 886:

"You're giving him time by you working the mechanism and under the situation that's pretty cool, I think."

Sir: I think not. "Four seconds," remember...... I think you and your staff intentionally ignored the windshield bullet because that proves that Floyd started shooting from across the street....

......well I don't know how many times I have to show this before Kelly Ayotte is impeached as a U.S. Senator for her ongoing pattern of conduct unbecoming. And WMUR should be decommissioned as a "news" entity because they removed the footage of Greg Floyd admitting he murdered Liko Kenney and they edited the hell out of the first linked video in this post so we can't see Bruce McKay violently bashing Liko's little Toyota with his 5,800lb Tahoe before he administered the OC Spray without warning or directive, all in violation of the town protocol. That scared Liko Kenney because he knew that McKay had, inter alia,

a) cleared leather on a tourist bus (read the investigative files from Mark Sisti's office)

b) choked the living daylights out of Chance against the wall because he didn't like what Chance said about him. Id.

c) touched his gun and threatened Liko Kenney's close friend Tim Stephenson, who sued him. You mention it somewhat obliquely at p. 176 of the book but you don't mention the specifics, and the Devil is in the Details Casey.

d) got away with violating Liko Kenney's Civil Rights in 2003 when he kept Liko Kenney at Fox Hill Park with no Probable Cause and Liko asked for backup officers, only to get a beat down. You claim that McKay was the "model of restraint," when in reality he was being creepy Bruce McKay once again, did you forget about item 13 in your book launch journal entry about how McKay terrorized Ms. B with the knife to her privates for no lawful reason? Was that jackass being the "model of restraint" then, too? What, did that "bitch have it coming to her" is that it?

That's why Bruce McKay is dead. Liko Kenney is dead because Greg Floyd murdered him, IMO. That's why he can't get a lawyer in the lawsuit you told me would not be mentioned in the movie.


Christopher King said...

Answer: He did not mean to say that, he wrote me this morning to say that he misspoke and that there was good and bad in both McKay and Liko.

I responded thusly:


All right,

I can give you that, I've never denied that, but that was a huge thing -- almost nobody up there would say that Liko wasn't a nice guy at all, and as I say, Liko knew that McKay had threatened his very close friend with his hand on his gun, and likely knew of Ms. B and of the tour bus and of course he knew about Chance getting his adam's apple massaged by the model of restraint -- they're first cousins.

It's a small town.


Christopher King said...


You also can't forget about the dereliction of duty -- Bruce McKay was known to have threatened even his own peers on the fire department, and Montminy did nothing.

The town is not a little off like Twin Peaks in the sense that you say it was. The Town is like Twin Peaks because it is geographically located between two mountain ranges and the police presence, large through Bruce McKay, was ominous.

The Townsfolk are going to have something to say about this.


Christopher King said...

The dialogue continues, with Casey noting that McKay was restrained at Fox Hill Park and that Liko escalated the situation. In response I wrote:


As I stated, Liko got boisterous at Fox Hill Park but that does not change the FACT that

1) Those Fox Hill arrests were ultimately found Unconstitutional because of lack of probable cause and blocking egress.

2) McKay did not have probable cause to keep Liko there.

3) McKay lied in his official report that he gave Liko his name, he did not, Liko surmised who he was.

4) Liko called for backup at Fox Hill Park, and then took an ass-whupping even though he was clearly not approaching McKay, Cox or Ball at the time, he was just STANDING THERE.

The fact that some LE would have arrested Liko doesn't render the Constitutional Deprivation moot, and Liko clearly stated to McKay "You cannot keep me here without good cause."

But McKay did not have good cause, just looking to fuck around with a Miller/Kenney, note his attitude when he found out who Liko was. All McKay had to do was run his license and tell him to move on. Or not, because there was no time limit at Fox Hill Park at the time.

So while you say he was a model of restraint, that's like saying Dr. Himmler was a model of restraint as he calmly ordered the Jews to the chambers. You can't be a jackass cop, then justify your jackassedness by doing it in a calm, cool and collected manner.