In another recent shooting involving a police officer, state Attorney General Kelly A. Ayotte said it appeared Gregory W. Floyd was justified in shooting Liko P. Kenney to death last May 11 about 24 hours after the incident. Floyd shot Kenney after witnessing Kenney shoot Franconia Police Cpl. Bruce McKay multiple times and hit the officer twice with his car, the state ruled. McKay died.
"Certainly, in the Liko Kenney case, you have a video," Strelzin said.
Yah Jeff, and none of what you claim happened was in that video, Bubba. What we do know is that Floyd started shooting at Liko Kenney well before you and Kelly claim he did, and that's proved by McKay's spent casings, the bullet in the McKenzie Barn and the bullet in Liko Kenney's windshield. Also, the blood spatter pattern and Gregory W. Floyd's own son say that Liko did NOT strike McKay twice, but only once after Floyd started shooting.
We're gonna' get you Jeff. Keep on with the lies for now, but we're gonna' get you.