See how the NH system doesn't tell you if the person is still incarcerated? Interesting. Also interesting is the question of who bought his suits, who paid his property tax lien, who paid for his (multiple) lawyers, all of that. And if he's no longer in the can then we have to have a real address for this tool because he's always on reporting status, duh.
Update: He's still there, last parole hearing continued at his request on 15 April 2010 because he didn't have a place to live. Now I understand that someone paid his lien, as noted above. Here's a video I posted with commentary from a concerned community member, and by all means listen to this morning's North Coast video, "Bowfinger or Bad Blood 3: Aiyana and Ayotte; Liko Kenney lawsuit against Floyd, Franconia."
PS: Remember the fingerprint evidence that should have been maintained but which was not produced in my KingCast v. Ayotte et al. lawsuit? Read about it here, note that all of the links to the documents have been disabled, but I still have the documents. We all know the reason they haven't produced it is because Greg Floyd's fingerprints are all over Liko's second clip because Floyd, not Liko, inserted that clip. This (again) is why Greg Floyd had Liko Kenney's live round in his pocket and was somehow not even searched and was allowed to go home with it, see para. 1 last sentence.
Floyd puts the second clip in, and PRESTO! He can now articulate that Liko Kenney was allegedly an ongoing threat to him, but it doesn't work because as Casey Sherman, Brad Whipple and I all know, Floyd's first two (2) statements to the "Investigating" LE was the he didn't say a word to Liko Kenney before murdering him (IMO). I've put the documents online her on prior occasion so I'm not going to bother with it now, but we all know that makes sense (in a Floyd kinda' way) because he didn't say a word to him before shooting out his windshield with the now infamous Windshield Bullet.
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