Back in December provided this post because I knew Casey Sherman was nearing completion as Liko Kenney's parents, Davey and Michele, told me they and other family members had interviewed with him. So now "Bad Blood: Freedom and Death in the White Mountains" is available for pre-order. Quel coincidence that Mr. Sherman and I have mutual friends.
Watch Liko Kenney discuss philanthropy, martial arts and life in the North Country in this video, and a short film "Franconia 5/11: Injustice on Stilts," right here.
I'm sure Kelly Ayotte will be quick to snap up a copy; if only to read another independent voice asking a lot of the same questions I've been asking for the past 2 years. Look at her ongoing/legacy in general and her deviations from protocol in specific, when it comes to the Franconia shooting tragedy "investigation." What, no analysis of any of the clothing worn by Liko Kenney or Bruce McKay? Why not, because it would show that Gregory W. Floyd shot Liko Kenney from well outside the car and never spoke to him? You betcha.' Why not, because it would show that Gregory W. Floyd, and not Bruce McKay, fired the "overlooked" windshield bullet that was fired before Liko Kenney's car ever struck Bruce McKay? You betcha'. But Lynch will put her right back in office because "the police think the World of her." A former JAG Attorney does not.
Kelly and Jeff Strelzin painted themselves into a corner (see more) on the Deadly Force Protocol issue when matching the spent casings, but Grafton Superior Court Judge Timothy Vaughn was sure to let her off the hook for all of that and dismissed a lawsuit to find out more about this out of hand, no oral argument, no NOTHING, just "get the hell out of here, KingCast." It's All Good. We'll take that on to Washington DC and make it part of the Congressional Record.