There will be 'Bad Blood'

There will be 'Bad Blood'

There are 1317 comments on the www.bostonherald.com story from Apr 4, 2010, titled There will be 'Bad Blood'. In it, www.bostonherald.com reports that:

Sherman, late of WBZ-TV , who broke into the book biz in 2003 with "A Rose for Mary: The Hunt for the Real Boston Strangler," has sold the film rights to his true-crime thriller, "Bad Blood," to Waltham's Moody Street Pictures .

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Snowy

Gloucester, MA

#165 May 22, 2010
no assumptions can be made about how Cpl. McKay's estate was divided, or what provisions were made prior to and following his untimely death.

the fact that Liko's father intends to represent himself is a relief....with the obvious possibility that he will be advised by the infamous, has-been, suspended lawyer. what an opportunity! historically, these "lawsuits" have been unfocused and ineffective.
The Quiet Man

Hingham, MA

#166 May 22, 2010
This is gonna be good.
Wowzer

United States

#167 May 22, 2010
The Quiet Man wrote:
This is gonna be good.
And here we thought it was going to be a dull, quiet summer. How silly of us.
please clarify

Florence, SC

#168 May 22, 2010
You mean The Great One isn't taking the case pro bono?

(he who shall not be named, my opinion only)
Rich

Clemmons, NC

#169 May 22, 2010
How long before this just filed suit gets under way? Anybody think the november elections played into the timing of this suit?
Big Mike

Lenexa, KS

#170 May 22, 2010
Lower Slower Delaware wrote:
<quoted text>It's obvious the apple doesn't fall far from the tree after reading the article. Davey Kenney makes no mention of the fact that his son had already previously been convicted of assaulting the late Cpl. McKay or that his son was carrying an illegally concealed deadly weapon, in an unregistered uninspected motor vehicle.
Another waste of tax payer dollars taking this frivilous lawsuit even to court. I too hope the McKay family considers suing the Kenney family but I sense they have more dignity then David Kenney and his family ever will.
I think when the apple fell it whacked you on the head and that's whats wrong with you, your brain damaged.
The Quiet Man

Hingham, MA

#171 May 22, 2010
please clarify wrote:
You mean The Great One isn't taking the case pro bono?
(he who shall not be named, my opinion only)
the pro se filing suggest that Erkel has his hand in this. The fact that it went in one day before the statute of limitations ran further suggests this was not a well planned action, which further suggest Jiminy Cricket is involved. Think back about a month or so ago, all the grand pronouncements about the Plaintiff and BBW Lover collaborating on a film, Bowfinger or something. The interesections are there to suggest circumstantially that the complaint may have been drafted in a myopia of Kronic smoke.

Like I said, this is gonna be sweet.

Since: Oct 07

middle america anywhere

#172 May 22, 2010
We all know who wrote the suit. Does that qualify as practicing law. Maybe the AG needs to look into the writing styles of a former ass't attorney general from the state of Ohio.
Snowy

Gloucester, MA

#173 May 22, 2010
the overwhelming majority of public comments in response to the UL article do not agree with a lawsuit being filed on behalf of the Kenney family. a few comments and partial comments are selected below:

...Kenney killed a person, and Floyd killed him; how many others would Kenney have killed that night when he snapped?
People in this state used to admire someone with stones big enough to do what it takes in a certain situation. Now, we sue them.
If you take the characters and personalities out of this, and just look at the events on their face, it is clear that what happened was unfortunate, but necessary.
- George, Keene

...The officer's daughter should countersue this family...
D. Morris, Nashua

Balls the size of church bells filing this lawsuit. Brain the size of sand.
- Steve B, Derry

I sure hope the citizens of NH give this guy a big middle finger.
Steve, Nashua

Oh great some damn ambulance chaser seeking 30 to 40% of some damage reward brings this case to court. I'd suggest the state consider hearing why the lawyer should be allowed to continue to mispractice if this lawsuit is not dropped immediately.
- Jeff, Goffstown

Of course David kenney filed the suit himself and will represent himself "pro Se", because there isn't a Lawyer in the world who would touch this with a 100 foot pole.
The bottom line; Lilko Kenney would be alive today if he complied with the Officer's command to stop the second the lights came on AND then not pull out a gun and shot the officer IN THE BACK multiple times, THEN run over the Officer, THEN refuse the commands of Mr. Floyd to STOP reloading his gun.
Matti Cruzlin, Concord, NH
The Quiet Man

Hingham, MA

#174 May 22, 2010
As pathetic as this all is, I get a giggle out of the notion that the plaintiff knows he has made an arse of himself, likely at the behest of another Jeff from Goffstown gets it), in filing this suit.

And, for waht it is worth, this maneuver likely (I the mind of the One) will get him closer to a mention in the Bad Blood movie. Sorta like Kevin Kline in "Cry Freedom", the hard charging suspended lawyer who abides no rest stops in the pursuit of Justice.

A money lawyer would have had this case if it had legs. Talks about a pair of pikers. Short change off of this is the BBW lover might get some free grub, smoke, and ham.

Thing is, I could never make the tort case, and still can't. The pro se bit explains a lot. This has 12(b)(5) written all over it. But if we could only get some grandstanding on the steps of the courthouse.

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#175 May 22, 2010
South Side wrote:
<quoted text>You are wrong my friend.
I'm not your friend and as someone else stated we don't know the particulars of the trust if it was set up. I do know for a fact that most trusts can not be touched in suits against an estate. No matter I highly doubt that any court would rule in favor of taking money away from a minor child who's father was brutally murdered as the late Cpl. McKay was, by Liko Kenney.

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#176 May 22, 2010
If we were to dig back through posts from days gone by Mark Sisti hired a private investigative firm with whom Brad Whipple was employed by if I recall. They did a thorough investigation and it was determined a wrongful death suit would not go anywhere. My understanding is Mr. Whipple is no longer employed by that firm and he maintains all these allegations about Cpl. McKay. I still believe they are Mr. Whipples tainted views, which are in my opinion based on nothing more than some unknown personal conflict that he may have had with Cpl. McKay.
Rich

Clemmons, NC

#177 May 22, 2010
While I don't think the lawsuit is a good idea.The man did lose his son.This entire situation from the start was a no-win for all parties concerned.There is certainly enough blame to go around.
Wowzer

United States

#178 May 22, 2010
Snowy wrote:
the overwhelming majority of public comments in response to the UL article do not agree with a lawsuit being filed on behalf of the Kenney family. a few comments and partial comments are selected below:
...Kenney killed a person, and Floyd killed him; how many others would Kenney have killed that night when he snapped?
People in this state used to admire someone with stones big enough to do what it takes in a certain situation. Now, we sue them.
If you take the characters and personalities out of this, and just look at the events on their face, it is clear that what happened was unfortunate, but necessary.
- George, Keene
...The officer's daughter should countersue this family...
D. Morris, Nashua
Balls the size of church bells filing this lawsuit. Brain the size of sand.
- Steve B, Derry
I sure hope the citizens of NH give this guy a big middle finger.
Steve, Nashua
Oh great some damn ambulance chaser seeking 30 to 40% of some damage reward brings this case to court. I'd suggest the state consider hearing why the lawyer should be allowed to continue to mispractice if this lawsuit is not dropped immediately.
- Jeff, Goffstown
Of course David kenney filed the suit himself and will represent himself "pro Se", because there isn't a Lawyer in the world who would touch this with a 100 foot pole.
The bottom line; Lilko Kenney would be alive today if he complied with the Officer's command to stop the second the lights came on AND then not pull out a gun and shot the officer IN THE BACK multiple times, THEN run over the Officer, THEN refuse the commands of Mr. Floyd to STOP reloading his gun.
Matti Cruzlin, Concord, NH
I don't think such overwhelming negative comments from the public were expected or wanted by Kenney. I'm still trying to figure out what good he thought might come out of this suit.
People never fail to amaze me.
Sam Colt

Manchester, ME

#179 May 22, 2010
I hope floyd is readin these comments, although some are not too favorable to him they all have the same theme; Floyd did what was right and the Citizens of the State of New hampshire are grateful
Snowy

Gloucester, MA

#180 May 22, 2010
Wowzer wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't think such overwhelming negative comments from the public were expected or wanted by Kenney. I'm still trying to figure out what good he thought might come out of this suit.
People never fail to amaze me.
thanks to the anointed one, a public storm of negativity and outrage is now brewing with the announcement of the filing of a lawsuit, and once again, the focus of attention will soon become our astute, former legal beagle. i agree, Wowzer...as part two debuts, public sentiments are not favorable to Davey Kenney, a man who previously hadn't sought the limelight in the tragic deaths of both Cpl. McKay and his son.

folks understand that losses occurred to both families, and that Liko Kenney murdered Cpl. McKay before losing his own life as an immediate consequence to his own actions.

a half-thought out solution seems to be to carry a big stick and use it against the family and employer of the murdered party, Cpl McKay. hardly a great idea...so much for namaste and all of that.

the former-this-and-that has shaped another attempt and opportunity to feed his bottomless attention-seeking behaviors; in fact, for someone who has taunted, but for so long has been ignored by the media, this announcement alone is the ultimate satisfaction.
Rich

Clemmons, NC

#181 May 22, 2010
Wowzer wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't think such overwhelming negative comments from the public were expected or wanted by Kenney. I'm still trying to figure out what good he thought might come out of this suit.
People never fail to amaze me.
Maybe its about money or maybe its about a fathers anguish at the loss of a child.Personally i think the road renaming victory should have sufficed,but than again its wasn't my son who was killed.
Rich

Clemmons, NC

#182 May 22, 2010
Perhaps the lawsiut is an easy way to dredge up the issue of Mr Floyds rapid stamp of approval by the AG who just so happens to be seeking a Senate seat in November. The same former AG who is the constant target of a one man vendetta.
Wowzer

United States

#183 May 22, 2010
Rich wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe its about money or maybe its about a fathers anguish at the loss of a child.Personally i think the road renaming victory should have sufficed,but than again its wasn't my son who was killed.
Don't you think it's just a little odd that the father of the young man that shot McKay when his back was turned and then ran him over is now suing the dead officers estate?
Something just ain't right here IMO.
Rich

Clemmons, NC

#184 May 22, 2010
Sam Colt wrote:
I hope floyd is readin these comments, although some are not too favorable to him they all have the same theme; Floyd did what was right and the Citizens of the State of New hampshire are grateful
Considering the unreliable and volatile nature of Mr Floyd,it is impossible to truly judge whether he "did what was right".

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