But before he schizoided out being the knowledgeable expert he is, he gave the World this detailed chronology at Topix, to see the whole thing read the comments.
Had Kenney wanted to shoot officer McKay he had more than ample time to do it during the initial stop. There was no need for Cpl. McKay to "hit", "ram" or "push" Kenney's car he was backed in and stopped.
Why would an officer who knew that the suspect and he had "issues" before and who was being stopped for an alleged expired registration escalate the situation by ramming Kenney's car?
Then to just walk up and spray OC without saying a word further escalating he situation, makes no sense what so ever to anyone who is of reasonable and sound mind. Other law enforcement officers I know personally have stated the same thing, and not just ones from NH, but in MA, and DE, and several MPs as well.
Query which LE did you speak with who stated the same thing in NH, MA and DE?
You know when I send a copy of this post to all of the House Members they're going to want to know the same thing before they vote on SB 154.
PS: Casey Sherman reports that there may be some Big News coming about Bad Blood: Freedom and Death in the White Mountains. More news within a couple of weeks. Here's a ton of information about the case at his Book Launch.