In fact, the book is dedicated "For the People of Franconia."
To those of you supporters and detractors who are wondering what it says:
I don't know what it says about the investigation yet other than this generalization by some well-respected former editor of the Concord Monitor:
"According to Pride, Sherman portrays Ayotte as being "overeager to lionize McKay and to clear Floyd of wrongdoing in the shooting of Kenney."
Pride writes, "Sherman makes this last point by showing how Ayotte misstated the facts to strengthen her points."
That's because I didn't take Evelyn Wood's class and I'm going to read the book in sequence. I can say that I took a gander at the pictures to make sure I was right about the windshield bullet, and on page 114 the caption to a photo of Liko Kenney's Celica windshield reads:
"The author was taken here by Chris King and Brad Whipple -- two men who refuse to let this case die."
Sugar Hill LE Brad Whipple -- the white-haired fella' standing to my left when I snagged a quick, impromptu pic of Floyd calling him a "Motherfucker" -- told Franconia PD to fire Bruce McKay a long time ago. This would be before he ever violated Liko Kenney's Fourth Amendment Rights in Fox Hill Park, and possibly before he stuck that penis-shaped knife near the privates of Ms. B for no lawful reason. Bruce McKay sure was hating on the youth and the ladies, he could have been a great father but to me I'm reading misogynist creep all the way.
Watch the KingCast movie short, "Franconia 5/11: Injustice on Stilts."
Watch Liko Kenney talk about life in the North Country.
Related post: Franconia Collective's U.S. House + Senate Complaint.