Today is 5/11 2012, and the time is nearing 6pm EST. Judge Paul Barbadoro dismissed the 42 U.S.C. §1983 lawsuit against the town for its historic and willful ignorance of Bruce McKay's unlawful, abusive and threatening conduct as well as the Constitutional violations and 7 distinct protocol violations on that fateful day that led to his death and that of Liko Kenney. However, that's nothing new. That's what he does as a Judge, dismiss everything.
The real battle lies ahead in the First Circuit Court of Appeals. Everyone knows the Courts are slanted in America when you have someone shoot a cop, regardless of whether or not the cop was asking for it. As a former LE attorney even I have to admit this fact. But press on we must. Justice demands it. As to Dorothy Aufiero's screen adaptation of Casey Sherman's book "Bad Blood: Freedom and Death in the White Mountains," mum's the word. No one has heard anything about anything. Here is your seminal journal entry on the matter, showing the lies, coverup and deviations from protocol by NH AG cum U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte. It's the same story as with the Michael Paulhus case. Note that they allegedly did not run any fingerprint tests on Liko's gun, that's because they know damn well that Greg Floyd's fingerprints are all over that second clip because he put it in there to make it appear that Liko Kenney was a threat to him. That's why he went home with one of Liko's live rounds in his pocket. Those of us who shoot guns understand this, and we understand how Kelly Ayotte covered up the Truth. Sad but True and this KingCast viewer is seeing ALL OF IT including the windshield bullet you failed to analyse and no Kelly you can't stop me from telling it much as you wish you could. And now you say you have more experience than Barack Obama or Mitt Romney, more experience being an idiot, perhaps.
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