Judge gets stern after latest Floyd d...

Judge gets stern after latest Floyd delay

There are 34 comments on the www.theunionleader.com story from Jan 23, 2009, titled Judge gets stern after latest Floyd delay. In it, www.theunionleader.com reports that:

The defendant is told to pay court costs and that he needs to get along with a lawyer.

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“Look 4 Made In The USA”

Since: Aug 07

Wallingford, CT

#1 Jan 23, 2009
What is Mr. Floyd being tried for, violating what? Isn't there an appeal pending for a Jury Trial in the Alma Jean Boisvert trial? Didn't Mr. Floyd request a jury trial from the beginning? Weren't his rights violated during that initial trial regarding medical issues?

NH is again trying to put the court before the horse. How can you try send someone away for something before they are even tried for it?
Sam Colt

Lincolnville, ME

#2 Jan 23, 2009
Read the article in the Onion Misleader and then read the reader's comments. People are still trying to make Floyd pay for killing Liko Kenney. His current legal battles have nothing to do with the events of 05/11/07

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#3 Jan 23, 2009
Sam Colt wrote:
Read the article in the Onion Misleader and then read the reader's comments. People are still trying to make Floyd pay for killing Liko Kenney. His current legal battles have nothing to do with the events of 05/11/07
Yes, exactly. The matter is distinct from the events of 5/11/07.

Both comments are consistent with the "lynch mob mentality" that DTRT recognized just after 5/11.

The comment by "Mary" from Littleton is easily identified as the outspoken crusader against Mr. Floyd, the unfounded object of her intensely hatred.

If, indeed, this is the same person, we know she enjoyed reporting and updating to the blogs the whereabouts of Floyd in the days immediately following his arrest on 4/15 last year. "Justice" is better defined as revenge.

The agenda of this self-proclaimed "victim" of the local NH court system is transparent, and is rooted in her own agenda which precedes the matter of Floyd/Boisvert.
black kat

Hooksett, NH

#4 Jan 23, 2009
Doing the Right Thing wrote:
What is Mr. Floyd being tried for, violating what? Isn't there an appeal pending for a Jury Trial in the Alma Jean Boisvert trial? Didn't Mr. Floyd request a jury trial from the beginning? Weren't his rights violated during that initial trial regarding medical issues?
NH is again trying to put the court before the horse. How can you try send someone away for something before they are even tried for it?
On June 22, 1998, Floyd was convicted of attempting to knee the groin of state trooper Scot E. Bryan. Floyd was originally sentenced from one to three years in state prison suspended for 10 years of good behavior, but a criminal threatening conviction in Littleton District Court in April, in addition to charges of disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and assault that immediately followed the verdict, negated that sentence.

http://caledonianrecord.com/main.asp...

“Look 4 Made In The USA”

Since: Aug 07

Wallingford, CT

#5 Jan 23, 2009
Sam Colt wrote:
Read the article in the Onion Misleader and then read the reader's comments. People are still trying to make Floyd pay for killing Liko Kenney. His current legal battles have nothing to do with the events of 05/11/07
Other Misleader falsehoods include a conviction for assaulting a police officer. It was a conviction for ATTEMPTED assault... which is a misdeanor... as was the conviction for asking his neighbor a question.

After serving all of his probation time (Max 2 years by NH law... he served 3 yrs... how is that possible) and paying for things a disabled person should not have to pay under NH law(how is that possible)... there is an attempt to send Mr. Floyd away without a trial... after all, an appealled conviction requesting a jury trial, which was DENIED by judge peter cyr... that surely sounds like a miscarriage of justice.

“Look 4 Made In The USA”

Since: Aug 07

Wallingford, CT

#6 Jan 23, 2009
black kat wrote:
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On June 22, 1998, Floyd was convicted of attempting to knee the groin of state trooper Scot E. Bryan. Floyd was originally sentenced from one to three years in state prison suspended for 10 years of good behavior, but a criminal threatening conviction in Littleton District Court in April, in addition to charges of disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and assault that immediately followed the verdict, negated that sentence.
http://caledonianrecord.com/main.asp...
Attempted assault on a police officer in the state of NH carries a term to not exceed 7 years probation.

“Look 4 Made In The USA”

Since: Aug 07

Wallingford, CT

#7 Jan 23, 2009
Why did the police not answer Floyds' 911 call for 28 or so hours when they called in their complaint against Alma Jean Boisvert?

Could it be that Floyd has been a victim of the justice system of NH and they don't want him in any position to seek justice for himself? Seriously, he's served more probation and made more restitutions for his 1998 conviction of ATTEMPTED assault (based on a faulty search warrant(based on ear-say, and no evidence) brought on by Boisvert friend Ex-Chief Every, at the Boisvert's complaint in 1998.

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#8 Jan 25, 2009
Definitely wrong time, wrong place for Floyd on 5/11.
With his own issues pre-5/11, he was fortunate to be absolved of any criminal intent in Kenney's shooting.
That decision, not subject to further debate, morphed into a hunt by the likes of King (similarities to Manson family have previously been referenced).
Just reflecting...had McKay been wearing his vest, he might have been spared mortal wounding. In an instant, he would have returned fire instead of falling to the ground...and he would have likely taken care of Kenney himself...with no need for Floyd's intervention.
But it didn't go down that way.
Floyd, the last man standing, has been subject to some level of harassment.
Indeed, as suggested on another thread, a good attorney can begin to sort out and separate the issues for him.
Curiosity

AOL

#9 Jan 25, 2009
DTRT:
You have to be a family member or wife of. Let him serve his time and hopefully get some mental health services....stop trying to protect him...he needs help.
Annetna

North Berwick, ME

#10 Jan 25, 2009
YES....HELP

“Look 4 Made In The USA”

Since: Aug 07

Wallingford, CT

#11 Jan 27, 2009
Curiosity wrote:
DTRT:
You have to be a family member or wife of. Let him serve his time and hopefully get some mental health services....stop trying to protect him...he needs help.
I'm not a family member and have never met the man.

Serve his time for what?

The Alma Jean matter is on appeal and the other things have not yet been tried.

“Look 4 Made In The USA”

Since: Aug 07

Wallingford, CT

#12 Feb 3, 2009
black kat wrote:
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On June 22, 1998, Floyd was convicted of attempting to knee the groin of state trooper Scot E. Bryan. Floyd was originally sentenced from one to three years in state prison suspended for 10 years of good behavior, but a criminal threatening conviction in Littleton District Court in April, in addition to charges of disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and assault that immediately followed the verdict, negated that sentence.
http://caledonianrecord.com/main.asp...
Misdemeanor assault... 1 - 3 years... suspended? Served probation longer than the law permmits.... and there has been no conviction for this to be turned around on.... The alma jean boysvert matter is being appeal.

Oh, lets not forget, the NH court had Mr. Floyd in jail on 80,000 bail for misdemeanors... something stinks... and the aroma is coming from the prosecutors office and the court in Grafton County.
OH MY

Millbury, MA

#13 Feb 7, 2009
Snowy White wrote:
Definitely wrong time, wrong place for Floyd on 5/11.
With his own issues pre-5/11, he was fortunate to be absolved of any criminal intent in Kenney's shooting.
That decision, not subject to further debate, morphed into a hunt by the likes of King (similarities to Manson family have previously been referenced).
Just reflecting...had McKay been wearing his vest, he might have been spared mortal wounding. In an instant, he would have returned fire instead of falling to the ground...and he would have likely taken care of Kenney himself...with no need for Floyd's intervention.
But it didn't go down that way.
Floyd, the last man standing, has been subject to some level of harassment.
Indeed, as suggested on another thread, a good attorney can begin to sort out and separate the issues for him.
Last I knew This asshole had a great attorney from Plymouth, Boyle from what I was told a Marine and a great man and so is Boyle's brother the judge and a x Marine also.
If Floyd wouldn't haveshot Kenney the cop would be alive they also said but when Floyd took the law into his hands the cop was run over and seeing's Liko was dead there was nothing to do but lift the car off the cop after it being on him for a long time which is what killed him!!!!!!!
please clarify

Columbia, SC

#14 Feb 7, 2009
OH MY wrote:
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Last I knew This asshole had a great attorney from Plymouth, Boyle from what I was told a Marine and a great man and so is Boyle's brother the judge and a x Marine also.
If Floyd wouldn't haveshot Kenney the cop would be alive they also said but when Floyd took the law into his hands the cop was run over and seeing's Liko was dead there was nothing to do but lift the car off the cop after it being on him for a long time which is what killed him!!!!!!!
According to the autopsy, "the cause of death was multiple gunshot wounds".

http://doj.nh.gov/publications/nreleases2007/...
sophie bean

Hinesburg, VT

#15 Feb 8, 2009
please clarify wrote:
<quoted text>
According to the autopsy, "the cause of death was multiple gunshot wounds".
http://doj.nh.gov/publications/nreleases2007/...
So your point is that Floyd also shot McKay? Or that LK shot McKay numerous times?
Please clarify.

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#16 Feb 8, 2009
The point being that Floyd wasn't responsible for McKay's death and he (McKay did not die from injuries from being run over)
KingCast

Nutting Lake, MA

#18 Feb 25, 2009
This shit is so funny, now that I've posted here after like, 3 months now your next course of conduct will be to "analyse" everything about where I've been, for whom I work, who I'm dating, et cetera, et cetera....

What a hoot.
The Quiet Man

Boston, MA

#19 Feb 26, 2009
KingCast wrote:
This shit is so funny, now that I've posted here after like, 3 months now your next course of conduct will be to "analyse" everything about where I've been, for whom I work, who I'm dating, et cetera, et cetera....
What a hoot.
Who does a drifter actually date, other than himself? I think that the great one has been dating himself his whole life. There is no one he loves more, and who could blame him? I wonder what happened in Atlanta.

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#20 Feb 26, 2009
KingCast wrote:
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Sophie, in case you missed it, here is the eloquent counselor's point, after much deliberation. He is such a smart man. Just not as smart as I am, and that's why he still posts on this forum, when I have to search my blog to even remember what his name is, the bloody wanker
I was smart enough to disassociate myself from you, and you Al Sharpton bigoted mentality. Can't remember my name but sure shove the document I wrote to the forefront every time to support your "cause" because you aren't capable of composing anything that isn't peppered with pre-adolescent vulgarities.

At least TOPIX is truly a first amendment advocate not like your secret decoder ring blog that you keep in lock down mode and you proclaim is a First Amendment Advocate site.
sophie bean

Hinesburg, VT

#21 Feb 26, 2009
LSD, you are the LAST person who should be criticizing him, since your tactics are identical.

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