Senator Kelly Ayotte

Senator Kelly Ayotte

Sunday, October 11, 2009

KingCast seeks independent review of all sound files in the Franconia tragedy to hear the Floyd gunshot sequence.

KingCast note: I specifically voiced my concerns about evidence tampering or destruction back on 21 March 2008 in "RSA 91-A request and KingCast explains why the original Bruce McKay dash cam video of 5/11 with Liko Kenney may have been altered." Read that post to see how I wonder why it was taking so long to get to hear the original VHS after Judge Vaughn ordered Kelly to produce it. And read in these comments (#3) a copy of a comment made back then.

Another note: Forensic specialist Paul Erwin Kish (Principles of bloodstain pattern analysis) determined that evidence in the Michael Paulhus police shooting (settled for $85K) -- in which unlawful use of force was alleged -- was destroyed under Kelly Ayotte's auspices. Read his report right here:


Another note: Police altered audio in Durham, NC so don't say that it doesn't happen.

"Durham County Assistant District Attorney Jim Dornfried said the original tape was intact, but admitted police handed over a copy as evidence with some audio edited from it."

What a difference a little time (18 months) and reflection provides: Today I am in touch with some top-notch acoustic forensic specialists in order to see if we can figure out exactly why one cannot hear the Gregory Floyd shot sequence, given that the back seat mic on the Tahoe was on for the relevant period of time. When Bruce McKay's hip/shoulder mic cuts out and you hear things more faintly, that is the back seat mic of the Tahoe that McKay forgot to turn off while he was flying stealth on 5/11.

Why on Earth would he fly stealth when dealing with Liko Kenney, one would logically ask, given their history if McKay was on the up and up he should want total transparency, right?

Take a listen to three separate clips
that my film maker took from Bruce McKay's original VHS dash cam after I won that right in RSA 91-A Right to Know litigation, and see if you can explain why we can't hear any of the six (6) shots that (thankfully) former NH AG Kelly Ayotte admits were fired, read the ballistics report.

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So anyway, one can hear sirens, a couple of odd clicks and -- gasp -- SILENCE during the one minute interval it took for Gregory Floyd to murder Liko Kenney, after Liko Kenney shot Bruce McKay out of apprehension for his own safety, in my opinion.

We need to get this analysed because then, and only then can we truly know when Floyd (or McKay, but I doubt it) fired the windshield bullet into Liko's car. Look at the angle of the windshield bullet, below. It DID NOT happen with Floyd standing at carside, allegedly telling Liko Kenney to put down his gun. That's because that entire story is poppycock as Floyd, Floyd's son and Caleb Macaulay ALL said that Floyd shot without saying a single word. That doesn't fit Kelly Ayotte's official story though so that's why she never conducted any analysis of the windshield bullet, even though she analysed the bullets in a barn and in Connie McKenzie's house -- where NOBODY DIED for Pete's sake.

Note: The last two are the same except that I had a local sound expert filter out the engine noise from the Tahoe -- you know the one that left the tire tracks we see above that Bruce McKay left as he violated 7 OC Spray and Pursuit policies to bash Liko's car and OC Spray him and Caleb without any comment, direction or warning.

As a former Assistant Attorney General it pains me to say this,
but it echoes what State Rep Sorg said last year (Caledonian Record, read comments for excerpt). Small wonder he got shot and small wonder Kelly Ayotte left office before Casey Sherman's book, "Bad Blood: Freedom and Death in the White Mountains" was published last week. Here's what Casey said:

p. 212-213
"One could argue that the evidence to warrant such an (new) investigation against Floyd had been there from the very beginning. Kelly Ayotte has been and will forever be roundly critized for her rush to judgement regarding Greg Floyd. The Attorney General painted herself in a corner in her apparent need to paint Floyd as a hero. Had Ayotte shown the proper patience in the case, she would have discovered quite early the serious questions surrounding Floyd's alleged heroic deed." [KingCast observation: She is in charge of the investigation and such knowledge is imputed to her]

1. "Greg Floyd's initial testimony that he never warned Liko Kenney before he fired the fatal shot. (This detail was corroborated by Kenney's passenger Caleb Macaulay)."

2. "Floyd's bizarre behavior and statements," including killing as many as "43 people for the government" and current legal drug use vis a vis his conversation with Caleb "Sir you can't shoot me you'll be charged with murder," to which Floyd responded "I'm on medication so it won't matter."

3. Greg Floyd's penchant for violent behavior had been well established by police before the May 11, 2007 shooting.
"There is no question in my mind that Greg Floyd's actions in the case should have been examined more closely."

I'll concur and point you to the documents that Kelly Ayotte withheld for no lawful reason about Floyd's criminal past and his military lies. I retrieved said documents from the Department of Safety via Attorney Marta Modigliani. If she lied about that who can safely put it past her to alter audio tapes?

Not me. Best to have someone take a look-see so we can at least clear her name on that piece. As to the rest of her coverups, those will follow her for the rest of her life, including her specious run for U.S. Senate.


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