Renner, Sherman, Stimpson.....Remember this folks..... All y'all who are trying to put movies out about the dirt going on in New Hampshire are in an interesting position: You can't tell the story without telling the story of Liko Peter Kenney because he knew everything, and he knew why Norman Bruce McKay was indeed a dangerous man.
Current Somerset, MA Police Chief.
"The issues in your project are huge and impact of what you are doing will be felt everywhere: I spent over 10 years as a law enforcement official in different capacities and from my perspective, someone sworn to uphold the law is held to a higher and much different standard than those who are not. So when someone violates that Oath, that action is magnified because of who they are, what they do and what they have been charged to do. There is nothing more low-down than corrupt LEO."
GEORGIA- Probation Officer 2002-2004. VIRGINIA- Probation & Jail Classification Officer 2005-2014
I have known Mr. King for several years now and have witnessed his dedication to purpose involving law enforcement issues. In reviewing this project as a licensed private investigator I will be first in line at the box office to see the final film. I applaud him and anyone who has helped him to expose the Truth about this case.
Winquist Investigations (Those of you who followed the abusive railroading of Amanda Knox may be familiar with some of their work).
From: Christopher King <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Casey Sherman <email@example.com>; Christopher King <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Fri, January 7, 2011 10:15:24 AM
Subject: Re: Casey what's up with the "He wasn't a nice kid at all?" comment?
All three men share differing amounts of blame for May 11, Liko probably the least amount as he was a bit of a troubled young man and an not a trained professional. McKay supposedly had the training, but he let a personal grudge cloud his judgment. Floyd as we all know is the ultimate wild card here. Do I believe he murdered Liko in cold blood? Yes. Should he be investigated more thoroughly? Yes. Did Ayotte's team withold information & evidence to protect McKay and Floyd? Absolutely.
State v. Nathan Wright 03-CR-109
State v. William Miller 03-CR-012, 013, 029
State v. Kenney 03-CR-197
Liko's drug charges were nol-prosecuted as well, after Attorney Jamie Brooks filed his Motion to Suppress. [Liko had a bowl in the trunk but unlike the others he was not actually smoking or drinking, thus there was no "probable cause" Casey. Stand down, bro.
Which goes to show that the basis for Bruce McKay's affirmative statement to Liko Kenney "You're in a suspicious place at a suspicious time" was unsubstantiated.
Just as I've said all along, and as Liko told McKay "You have no right to keep me here without Good Cause."
Along the way he issued derogatory commentary about Liko Kenney and Mr. King, while issuing just enough praise of Mr. King to avoid the outright appearance of exploitation. He also uses his old pal and Rhode Island State Trooper Marc Lidsky to downplay the magnitude of the wrongs that Bruce McKay committed when he weaponized his Tahoe as a battering ram and Pepper-sprayed Liko Kenney without any warning whatsoever, in clear cut violation of Franconia town Standard Operating Procedures. That's a fact.
Sorry I haven't gotten back to you, I'm still waiting on dates and confirmation from Dr. Petrosino. The stumbling block is that Casey wants a speaking fee. His fee is typically $1000 but he says he will do it for $500. As you know this is a State school so money is not plentiful. Dr. P is going to the Dean to see if the school has the money. Also, Casey says he only speaks by himself and usually it is for one hour with questions and answers to follow. That may be problematic. In fact, we were offering to have the bookstore buy some of his books and sell them or even have a book signing.
The intent is to get the Moakley Center, which is a state of the art auditorium with a large capacity. I think if we can't pay Casey that we could still have you and Brad come and do a question and answer. I am assuming you have a presentation of some sort. Talk to you soon.
Department of Criminal Justice
Bridgewater State College
Date: Sun, 1 Nov 2009 08:22:41 -0500
To: McNeil, George M.<George.McNeil@bridgew.edu>
Subject: Re: Hi George, how are things looking? Are you going tonight?
Well George I don't know that should keep us from presenting.
I will also email Casey and see if he would consider giving up a freebie but even if he doesn't, I think that if you bill a former Franconia Officer and Former AAG (both noted in the book) as coming to discuss ongoing investigations there will still be a large turnout.
What do you think?