"Kingsman" of Michigan questioned McKay's decision to ram Kenney's car backward several feet ("Is this normal police behavior?" he wrote) and wondered why McKay turned away from Kenney after spraying him with pepper spray. McKay knew Kenney owned a gun; just three weeks prior, McKay had posted a safety notice in the Franconia station cautioning officers to be careful with Kenney because he could be armed.
"When this first happened," Kingsman wrote on officer.com, "I was all sure the officer had been ambushed. He had my sympathy. But after seeing the video . . . he acted unprofessionally.
"That being said," Kingsman continued, "he did not deserve what happened to him."
No he didn't. But Liko didn't deserve what happened to him, either, and I'm talking about things that will come out in litigation of which the general public has no clue and I will let the family attorneys address in that milieu.
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