Senator Kelly Ayotte

Senator Kelly Ayotte

Monday, August 24, 2009

Kelly Ayotte's U.S. Senate Run is tainted by her bogus investigation of the Franconia shooting tragedy and other failures.

No I haven't forgotten a thing; Davey Kenney and I were working on this matter last night. This is a repost of a June 2008 blog entry. The only difference is that the Franconia Collective Complaint will now be sent to various Senators in light of Kelly Ayotte's Senate Candidacy.

Dear Speaker of the House and special counsel:

We as the Franconia Collective are a concerned group of citizens who either reside in the North Country of New Hampshire or who have serious concerns about the quality of life in an area that should be known for its innate beauty and tranquility. The Robert Frost home and the former Man in the Mountain are but two of the many cultural icons of beauty for which the area is known.

On 5/11 2007 any notion of beauty was erased in the tragic and ugly deaths of Liko Peter Kenney and Corporal Norman Bruce McKay when Mr. Kenney shot Corporal McKay after McKay violated at least 7 different pursuit and OC Spray policies against Mr. Kenney and his friend, Caleb Macaulay, over an expired inspection sticker. The New Hampshire Attorney General, Kelly Ayotte, issued an immediate coronation (i.e. within 24-hours) of three (3) time felon Gregory Willis Floyd as a "hero" despite evidence that indicates that he issued material lies about his actions in shooting Liko Kenney and more evidence that indicates that he may well have murdered Mr. Kenney.

[Update 23 August 2009: In fact Kelly Ayotte and the Town conducted no investigation or report regarding the (im)propriety of the stop itself. That's because it would have shown that Liko Kenney shot Bruce McKay out of fear or self-defense, and once you have Gregory Floyd killing someone who acted in self-defense or fear/manslaughter you have a whole different ball game. I'm not fooled nor is Casey Sherman, whose book "Bad Blood: Freedom and Death in the White Mountains" is headed for publication next month.]

It is true that Liko Kenney shot and killed Bruce McKay. However, what is most disturbing is that the New Hampshire Attorney General's office has started and ended its entire inquiry with that notion..... [See Chris King's 1st Amendment Page for the full story].

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