First of all read the Trooper Cooper conversation with Greg Floyd that has now been removed from the Internet, but not before I quoted the salient portion on 29 Jan. 2008.
As you read this beware that the State now claims it has NO FINGERPRINT ANALYSES from Liko's gun, how convenient. That's because Floyd's prints are likely all over that second clip that he inserted himself....to make it appear that Liko was locked and loaded and a present threat when in reality HE WAS NOT. It is a FACT that Floyd shot through Caleb's raised passenger window and said not one work to Liko or Caleb before shooting so he and Kelly Ayotte have lied about all of this.
And it is a FACT that Floyd took one of Liko's live rounds home with him in his shirt pocket, those of you who shoot guns you know there is just about only one way that could happen, right.
Cooper: Did you clear that or anything?
Floyd: I tried.
F: But uh, I didn't get it cleared and it should have cleared
C: OK and i, and I guess the reason I ask that is um, later our crime scene people are going to be taking those weapons
C: And I guess what, my question is, is what state is it gonna be in now and how did it get in that state?
His own son stated at p.745 (last para.) of the Kelly Ayotte investigative file that Liko Kenney did not twice run over Bruce McKay but rather that it happened only AFTER his father shot at the car. Casey Sherman, Moody Street Pictures and Dorothy Aufiero need to make sure they get this straight. In point of fact, Brad Whipple and I will be contacting learned counsel on the matter just to make sure everything is handled appropriately given the totality of the circumstances, more on this later.
Moreover, Greg Floyd tried to keep Junior away from questioning by lying about his birth date, read the comments for the quote from Trooper Nathan B. Hamilton in this 14 March 2008 post. Junior is himself a convicted thief who also violated the terms of his sentence by subsequent trespass IIRC. And people have the nerve to trash talk Davey and Michele Kenney, at least they didn't raise a thief. Anyway, I will be finished around 4p EST; read the documents in conjunction with the new KingCast feature film "NH AG to try Greg Floyd for the Murder of Liko Kenney?"
Fitch, Orville 'Bud'
From: Ayotte, Kelly
Sent: July 08, 2007 3:17 PM
To: Fitch, Orville 'Bud'
Subject: Fw: More disbarment material against NH AG Kelly Ayotte.
I will argue in the Right-to-Know lawsuit that the State cannot meet its burden of nondisclosure here because the military report is accessible by the general public (read the FOIA summation) and Floyd was in the military when convicted of stealing the Virgin Mary. He might have been young, but:
"All of us have made mistakes in our lives; in Mr. Floyd's case the behavior extends beyond a mistake; there is a pattern, a pattern of past violence, paranoid behavior and excessive anger. While no one can predict the future, I feel Mr. Floyd is capable of showing up at Lafayette Elementary School or at a neighbor's house with an automatic weapon..."