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KingCast finally obtains and reviews a working copy of Caleb Macaulay's interview; also follow-up on missing McKay Dispatch recordings.
By Christopher King
What was Dispatch saying to Bruce? Did Bruce respond? What was Dispatch saying about Bruce? Why is this time missing? It picks up again at 6:09:15 with Dispatch still in search of Bruce McKay.
I want the missing minutes. Is that too much to ask, Kelly? Is that an unreasonable request, Kelly? Please advise.
On to Caleb's interview, that's the video capture from last year when the State issued a version that did not work. They did this twice; check it out. This time it works. I look forward to the part where he corroborates what Gregory W. Floyd twice said at the beginning of his interview:
51:20 -- I don't even think he was going 45.... he slowed to 35 in a second.
51:40 -- "Did Officer McKay ever tell him the reason that he stopped him?" "No. Liko was like, Sir, can I have another officer here, Sir, can I have a different officer interrogating me....."
"Liko responded very uncomfortable. He tensed up, he rolled up his window to just a crack to talk to the officer.... I've never seen Liko scared like that before. I thought at the time that he was like handling it very well he was like, can I have another officer here, and McKay was like, you're stuck with me."
1:04:24 -- What did he say when he took off? "He told me he was going to his Uncle's house so there would be witnesses.
1:19:40 -- "Actually, no the window was open more because we told that guy (Floyd) in the truck to stay there.... I don't even know why at first he pulled off to the side of the road.... I was like, hey stick around, cos I was scared, we got rammed......
Yah, really sounds like a cold-blooded killer. Not.
1:26:02 -- Did McKay say anything when he came up to the vehicle? "No it was just pepper spray right away through the open window." "That 4x4 was already there so he should have seen him do that?" "Yes. I said hey Sir can you just stay here for a minute. I said it through Liko's window I was like, Sir. They could see me and I saw we had eye to eye communication. I'm pretty sure he heard my voice."
Anyway, Caleb noted that officer Jose from Sugar Hill didn't respond to McKay with Liko back in 2003. When Jose fell sick BTW the entire community rallied for him and brought food, money and whatever else that they could do to help.
I will not sit here and let anyone paint the people of Franconia, Sugar Hill or Bethlehem as anti-police just because they were anti-McKay. It's patently absurd.
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