And as I've already asked, what if Liko wasn't really speeding? Note that another person who was on that same stretch of road definitely WAS speeding and crossed McKay's path seconds before both men died and McKay -- atypically -- paid no attention, as noted herein. Dig this ABC News story where Attorney Ayotte says something crucial:
On Friday, Ayotte said, Kenney was driving home from his job at an Agway. McKay turned on his sirens and pulled him over. No one seems to know the reason, Ayotte told reporters.
Nice. So then you have Liko scared shitless and pulling the trigger on an abusive cop who had his gun and mace out after he rammed the daylights out of his car, pushing it off the road with a few hundred horsepower and the weight of the State. Was this during McKay's working hours? Was he in full uniform?
Anyway, if his gun wasn't out on the road and Floyd pulled it out of his holster, then that certainly would give Floyd a clue as to whether McKay was alive or not. Obviously he wasn't clearly alive because if he had made a furtive gesture, Floyd would have known he was alive. In any event, Floyd sure as hell was going to make sure that Liko would be dead, but I've got news for him and NH AG Kelly Ayotte:
That could be inexcusable murder of Liko and reckless endangerment toward Caleb.
And all of the above of course assumes that it was Officer McKay's weapon that killed Liko, but we haven't heard any verification of that yet.
And remember, it is entirely possible that Liko didn't mean to run McKay over. It's entirely possible that McKay fell as Liko tried to get out of the area after being traumatized by yet another police beat down from a man who had a reputation in the community for beating his wife (one/two) and grabbing you right by the balls whenever he could.
And where are the vehicles? Where are the pictures of the vehicles, i.e. Liko's little Toyota and the Honkin' Police Suburban that McKay drove that day?
Inquiring minds want to know. And inquiring minds will find out, one way or another.
Coming soon: The name-redacted police report from the McKay in-school pepper spray incident.