When the car rushed forward, his father jumped out of the way, grabbed the officer’s gun off the ground and fired once at the driver. The car stopped with the bottom of its front end on the officer’s chest.
There you have it. Liko was murdered before he even struck McKay with his car, which is exactly why we're moving now for a copy of all of the responding officer's dash-cams. And while there had better be some sound we don't necessarily even need sound to analyse what we want to see about positioning. And there is no lawful reason why their cameras would not have been on, responding to "officer down."
Nobody stupid in the KingCast camp. In fact, we're smart enough to realize that part of the reason NH AG Kelly Ayotte suspended the process -- even though her own email to Attorney X within one business day noted that the investigation was complete -- was to let the evidentiary trail cool down and prepare the 2003 video for public consumption in an attempt to soil Liko before the 2007 video, which shows McKay's wholly maniacal activity.
But KingCast cameras will take you all the way back to Fox Hill Park 2003/2007 (still not a suspicious place) with our walk in the park and leave no stone unturned in letting the public see what scumbags Kelly Ayotte and Jeffery Strelzin really are. They can't screw with a former AAG because we all know the tricks of the trade. You live by them and you die by them. And they are going to get smoked like Bruce McKay, in public and right here on this website.