Sheriff details shooter's threats

Sheriff details shooter's threats

There are 98 comments on the www.unionleader.com story from Jan 20, 2008, titled Sheriff details shooter's threats. In it, www.unionleader.com reports that:

Sheriff Douglas Dutile said Gregory W. Floyd Sr., 49, of Easton, will see heightened court security when he goes to trial in March in Littleton District Court for criminal threatening in a case involving ...

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Since: Sep 07

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#1 Jan 21, 2008
Interesting that the Manchester Urine Leader still treats Gregory Floyd as a hero. "The ex marine" who shot and killed Liko Kenney. They conviently leave out the fact he is a 3 time convicted felon who was convicted of assaulting a NH State Trooper.
General threats in a court room after a protective order hearing, and he gets to walk out, instead of being arrested. Obviously the threats were taken seriously and it is costing the taxpayers because of the "heightened security" that will be needed at the next trial.

This is another Carl Drega just waiting to happen, any more bloodshed involving Gregory W. Floyd will be on the hands of all NH State officials who ignored all the RED FLAGS and WARNING SIGNS!

Protective orders DO NOT allow any firearms to be kept in the residence of the person who the order is against. PERIOD!

I wonder how bad the boy got beat for opening his mouth in court about there being a gun in their house.
Straight Talk

Palm Beach Gardens, FL

#2 Jan 21, 2008
AND...how is it that courts understand that Floyd is a danger appearing before them and not out amongst the citizens in the community?
North Shore

Peabody, MA

#3 Jan 21, 2008
UL/Nancy West
"The passerby who was exonerated after killing a young man who had just shot a Franconia police officer to death last May recently boasted in a courthouse that he had killed before and warned that he could act violently again, according to the Grafton County sheriff."
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He is BOASTING and THREATENING, again, right in front of officials of the court. Why is this tolerated?
Ground Zero

Bullhead City, AZ

#4 Jan 21, 2008
The audio from Floyd's Dec 28 court appearance has been requested and will be hosted soon.
KingCast

Winthrop, MA

#5 Jan 21, 2008
So this is also maximum whacked.

"I'm OK... I've killed 43 people."

And I can prove that I asked the AG's office for any documentation they have regarding their attempts to document whether those alleged kills were in the line of service (they were not because he was only at Camp Lejune) or not.

They had no documents indicating any attempt to research that claim so it's ridiculous either way:

1. Floyd killed 43 civilians (is Maura Murray one of them?)

2. Floyd made up killing 43 civilians.

Which is worse, take your pick. Slim pickings; I'd rather go hungry.

“Look 4 Made In The USA”

Since: Aug 07

Wallingford, CT

#6 Jan 22, 2008
How is that sheriffs officers can report things that happened in a court proceeding when the defendents have not yet been allowed to leave the proceeding? Do sheriffs officers typically make press reports about what goes on in court room?

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#7 Jan 22, 2008
Doing the Right Thing wrote:
How is that sheriffs officers can report things that happened in a court proceeding when the defendents have not yet been allowed to leave the proceeding? Do sheriffs officers typically make press reports about what goes on in court room?
The Defendent Mr. Floyd was not allowed to leave at the same time as the victims when he became very loud.
That is standard procedure for Protective Order cases, if the court feels the victim needs additional immediate protection.
If the court is contacted by the media the court officer of the day can and usually does make a statement. Where there is a high profile case such as this one, the media was probably contacted AGAIN NOT UNUSUAL. There WAS an incident in the courtroom with a display of behavior not unlike what he is accused of in the complaint filed against him.

The courtroom episode is the 2nd violent outburst that included threats of deadly violence, in less than 1 month.

Straight Talk

Palm Beach Gardens, FL

#8 Jan 22, 2008
Ground Zero wrote:
The audio from Floyd's Dec 28 court appearance has been requested and will be hosted soon.
Oh yeeaaahhh

“Look 4 Made In The USA”

Since: Aug 07

Wallingford, CT

#9 Jan 23, 2008
Lower Slower Delaware wrote:
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The Defendent Mr. Floyd was not allowed to leave at the same time as the victims when he became very loud.
That is standard procedure for Protective Order cases, if the court feels the victim needs additional immediate protection.
If the court is contacted by the media the court officer of the day can and usually does make a statement. Where there is a high profile case such as this one, the media was probably contacted AGAIN NOT UNUSUAL. There WAS an incident in the courtroom with a display of behavior not unlike what he is accused of in the complaint filed against him.
The courtroom episode is the 2nd violent outburst that included threats of deadly violence, in less than 1 month.
So, there is proof that Mr. Floyd wasn't allowed to leave because he became very loud? Is this part of the court record, his "outbursts"? Gee, wonder if that actually happened.

I see this as more continued harrassment of a states witness in a capital murder case, this time by the courts. I have to wonder why the Judge who issued the initial temporary restraining order was changed to the one who had been hearding Mr. King's case against the AG. That has me concerned. Have the false charges brought up by Mr. King colored a judge's opinion of the case? After all, why would a judge hearing that case against the AG suddenly be the one hearing a case regarding the temporary restraining order (that was based on hearsay evidence), when he was not the judge who initially issued the temporary order?

“Look 4 Made In The USA”

Since: Aug 07

Wallingford, CT

#10 Jan 23, 2008
Straight Talk wrote:
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Oh yeeaaahhh
Gee, was there audio testimony? As this case is ongoing, how can it be let out to the media before discovery?
fed up

Hooksett, NH

#11 Jan 23, 2008
Okay DTRT - Is the sky is blue? Most will say it is, but I have a feeling you would argue the point, just like you argue against solid evidence that you don't like. Get a life.
Ground Zero

Bullhead City, AZ

#12 Jan 23, 2008
Grafton Superior Court confirms receipt of audio request and payment thereof. Should be a window into Floyd's true nature to say the least. Rest assured this audio will be put online for all ASAP.

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#13 Jan 23, 2008
Doing the Right Thing wrote:
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So, there is proof that Mr. Floyd wasn't allowed to leave because he became very loud? Is this part of the court record, his "outbursts"? Gee, wonder if that actually happened.
I see this as more continued harrassment of a states witness in a capital murder case, this time by the courts. I have to wonder why the Judge who issued the initial temporary restraining order was changed to the one who had been hearding Mr. King's case against the AG. That has me concerned. Have the false charges brought up by Mr. King colored a judge's opinion of the case? After all, why would a judge hearing that case against the AG suddenly be the one hearing a case regarding the temporary restraining order (that was based on hearsay evidence), when he was not the judge who initially issued the temporary order?
1)Anything that takes place in the court room during a case, UNLESS specified otherwise is a matter of record.

2)The judge who issues a temporay Protective order is NOT necessarily the same judge who will hear the case when it returns to court.

3)Hearsay evidence??
The temporary and permanent orders were granted based on sworn statements given by the the petitioner. The police report which contained the report from the victim and the subsequent questioning of Mr. Floyd about the incident was also presented as evidence. THAT IS NOT HEARSAY EVIDENCE
North Shore

Peabody, MA

#14 Jan 23, 2008
Doing the Right Thing wrote:
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So, there is proof that Mr. Floyd wasn't allowed to leave because he became very loud? Is this part of the court record, his "outbursts"? Gee, wonder if that actually happened.
I see this as more continued harrassment of a states witness in a capital murder case, this time by the courts. I have to wonder why the Judge who issued the initial temporary restraining order was changed to the one who had been hearding Mr. King's case against the AG. That has me concerned. Have the false charges brought up by Mr. King colored a judge's opinion of the case? After all, why would a judge hearing that case against the AG suddenly be the one hearing a case regarding the temporary restraining order (that was based on hearsay evidence), when he was not the judge who initially issued the temporary order?
Seems like Floyd requires special treatment...he should choose his courtroom, judge, date, time, and be free of all distractions. He can be disrespectful to authorities with his words and by his actions because he's privileged...he has "friends" on the police force!!
He is, after all, a damn HERO.
He believes he should choose who should live and who should die, and by how many bullets.
Know what? Your equivocating, enabling, and fantasy is SICKENING.
Inevitably, this loose cannon is going to cause more harm, grief and loss if he is not contained. It doesn't matter in which state or town he lives. The guy has a huge problem...and he is the role model for Jr. that's coming along right behind him.

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#15 Jan 23, 2008
Doing the Right Thing wrote:
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Gee, was there audio testimony? As this case is ongoing, how can it be let out to the media before discovery?
More than likely there were audio recordings.

One case is civil (Order of Protection) and the other upcoming case is criminal.
Two different cases.....

“Look 4 Made In The USA”

Since: Aug 07

Wallingford, CT

#16 Jan 23, 2008
Lower Slower Delaware wrote:
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1)Anything that takes place in the court room during a case, UNLESS specified otherwise is a matter of record.
2)The judge who issues a temporay Protective order is NOT necessarily the same judge who will hear the case when it returns to court.
3)Hearsay evidence??
The temporary and permanent orders were granted based on sworn statements given by the the petitioner. The police report which contained the report from the victim and the subsequent questioning of Mr. Floyd about the incident was also presented as evidence. THAT IS NOT HEARSAY EVIDENCE
Really? Wait until you see the evidence.

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#17 Jan 23, 2008
I've got my popcorn.........

Since: Jul 07

USA

#18 Jan 23, 2008
I just finished reading The Courier...Floyd will stand trial on March 11. Yeah!

There are some pretty disturbing behaviors reported that CK and LSW have already covered such as younger Floyd admitting they have a firearm in the house in a locked cabinet, Floyd bringing up May 11th where he states he's killed before and can kill again if his rights are denied etc. etc.

On another note I believe the younger Floyd made the admission in court because he may be looking for some help to get out of a violent household.

Just my observations..thanks DK and LSD for all your time and efforts in getting this lunatic of our streets!
cybermon

Seattle, WA

#19 Jan 23, 2008
3 years in state prison for breaking the conditions of his '98 conviction is what the law says and the conditions the Judge ordered.
Hopefully consecutive, rather than concurrent time for his latest act of criminal threatening. The people of the area deserve protection from a serial killer so out of control that he threatens officers and gets loud even in court. Permanent restraining order and a trial coming up. Good bye Greg. Let's see how tough you are in state prison.

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#20 Jan 23, 2008
Curiousity do you have a link for the Courier article ?

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