Police Officer Bruce McKay Laid To Rest

May 19, 2007 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Caledonian-Record Online News

“We can never repay Corporal McKay for his ultimate sacrifice.”

Cpl. N. Bruce McKay III was honored at his memorial service at Echo Lake at Cannon Mountain on Thursday for making the ultimate sacrifice. via Caledonian-Record Online News

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NYman

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Jun 27, 2007
 
Why did he turn his back on the guy? Nobody is bulletproof.
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the cop obvously was determined to cause psychological problems for this kid, karma comes around and though Kenney was not right in killing the cop, neither was the officer in his actions which were just as unjust. Abuse of power is a big issure that is underlooked far too often in this country and it needs to stop..
Richard Lique

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Mr Harland i think you should be brave enough to give your real address of monroe!
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i'm glad this sick freak hung on long enough to hear the sound of liko's bullets saying gotcha as they ripped into his body. bruce mckay may you rot in hell you evil pervert.
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wow not one comment on my last post says a lot. and he turned his back on liko after macing him because he was that arrogant he thought he was god.
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After the spray had cleared, he was going back to torture his victim - like before. He thought he was God. He found out he wasn't. The 'gurgle' he makes on the ground really makes the video. I'm still laughing.
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Dec 31, 2008
 
John wrote:
After the spray had cleared, he was going back to torture his victim - like before. He thought he was God. He found out he wasn't. The 'gurgle' he makes on the ground really makes the video. I'm still laughing.
your day will come.
sandi in georgia

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Dec 31, 2008
 
oh my god who makes these kind of comments wht if it was your husband or father or brother the man is dead from another mans hand what kind of people are you
AvardCurt

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From all accounts I've read and video I've seen, this whole town has issues with those who enforce the laws. The Kenney kid repeatedly breaks the law and then yells like a baby when caught with the "I know my rights" mantra that really says he didn't WANT to comply. Officer McKay had repeated dealings with Kenney and knew what he faced in the attempt to stop and cite him for the speeding violation. The result ends with the cold blooded murder of a cop over a speeding violation by a hot headed punk that thought the laws didn't apply to him. Thank God the passerby stopped and confronted this killer and when the punk wouldn't drop the gun, he was dropped by the hero citizen. It's a sad day when an officer doing his job is murdered and people cheer. That tells me society is in decline and anarchy is not far from taking hold. A sad day indeed.
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Officer McKay had repeated dealings with Kenney and knew what he faced in the attempt to stop and cite him for the speeding violation.
...apparently you've not read enough or the correct information! The chase started over an "expired registration", resulting in a high-speed chase into another town. Now as Officer McKay knew the individual, a violation could have been written and mailed to the individual. The chase which resulted in Liko Kenney fleeing into another town by Officer Mckay was WRONG! You don't pursue individuals for such minor events town to town with your lights and siren blaring. Watch the available online videos and you will see the actions of Officer McKay in his stopping of Kenney. These two individuals tortured each other and the end result was probably more than either ever thought it would become, but it did, and they were both wrong. Let's not make people out to be what they are NOT - this was a badly tormented young man and a bad Officer of the law.
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STOP BREAKING THE LAW..........@#%HO*E and none of this would have ever happend. When I was a younger man I use to get into a lot of trouble and then things occured to me.. OBEY THE LAW These comments are disgusting. What if a family member reads this.
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Feb 22, 2010
 
Funny huh....the funny thing about you haters is your all alike. You wine and cry about police injustice until your the Target of a psycho and scream on the phone for a cops help. Step into our shoes and see how you like it.....I dare you !!!
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Funny huh....the funny thing about you haters is your all alike. You wine and cry about police injustice until your the Target of a psycho and scream on the phone for a cops help. Step into our shoes and see how you like it.....I dare you !!!
..and what exactly do you know about the Officer involved -- NOTHING! All you know is what you've read and most of that does not include this Officer's record of a heavy hand with regard to the young people of the town and area. What most people who identify themselves as police in this forum refuse to admit is that "they know little to nothing" about Officer McKay and/or area.

What a lot of other people involved in this forum don't know is that this Officer has very little support from the Law Enforcement community in the State of New Hampshire! Sure there's the obligatory support because he was a fellow Law Enforcement Officer but after the funeral few have been willing to be publicly quoted - they tend to just disregard the subject as a whole.
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..and what exactly do you know about the Officer involved -- NOTHING! All you know is what you've read and most of that does not include this Officer's record of a heavy hand with regard to the young people of the town and area. What most people who identify themselves as police in this forum refuse to admit is that "they know little to nothing" about Officer McKay and/or area.
What a lot of other people involved in this forum don't know is that this Officer has very little support from the Law Enforcement community in the State of New Hampshire! Sure there's the obligatory support because he was a fellow Law Enforcement Officer but after the funeral few have been willing to be publicly quoted - they tend to just disregard the subject as a whole.
What you don't understand is that Kenny was scum...
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Spectator wrote:
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What you don't understand is that Kenny was scum...
What you don't understand is I live here, just a town away & I am more familiar with this unfortunate story than you! Yes Liko Kenney was a troubled/f**ked up ["scum" as you say] young man, but that does not make Cpl. McKay any type of hero. These two individuals had a long & unfortunate history, they pushed each other to the limit and unfortunately they're both dead. Cpl. McKay has been honored more than enough by the inclusion of his name on both the NH State Law Enforcement Memorial & the National Law Enforcement Memorial.

What you also don't know or probably don't know [as you don't list your location more specifically] is that during this past weeks town meeting, once again the citizens of Franconia have rejected the naming of any portion of any roadway to be named after Cpl. McKay. At the present time in the NH State House there is another bill [H.B.154] being pushed through [once again] to name a portion of State Route 118 after Cpl. McKay. Not one State Representative or State Senator within 75 to 100 miles of Franconia has supported the bill. These two indicators should make it clear to ALL that this unfortunate event is history & not something they [the good people of Franconia] want to continue to drag out! Put this event to rest as our the individuals involved!

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Scotsman40 wrote:
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...apparently you've not read enough or the correct information! The chase started over an "expired registration", resulting in a high-speed chase into another town. Now as Officer McKay knew the individual, a violation could have been written and mailed to the individual. The chase which resulted in Liko Kenney fleeing into another town by Officer Mckay was WRONG! You don't pursue individuals for such minor events town to town with your lights and siren blaring. Watch the available online videos and you will see the actions of Officer McKay in his stopping of Kenney.
There was no "high-speed chase" and the video that you are telling everyone to watch shows that fact. Kenney fled the initial traffic stop (disobeying a police officer and felony evading) he was also known to be a drug user, and possibly carrying an unregistered handgun(Felony)and he did not have a CCW permit(Felony). Those are hardly what I would call minor infractions, Kenney knew if his car was searched he was going to jail as a repeat offender and would be there for a long time.

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The bill for the road naming is SB 154 and it passed unanimously in the NH Sentate when it was presented and read before the Senate. The bill was proposed by the Chief of Police from Manchester NH and Senator Delasandro. If the road naming bill does not pass at the state level there is a national petition already in the works with 2 US Representatives and 2 US Senators willing to sponsor the bill in US Congress. Vice President Joseph Biden supports the road naming as well. The bill is to have a section of the Interstate Highway named for the late Cpl. McKay.
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Lower Slower Delaware wrote:
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There was no "high-speed chase" and the video that you are telling everyone to watch shows that fact. Kenney fled the initial traffic stop (disobeying a police officer and felony evading) he was also known to be a drug user, and possibly carrying an unregistered handgun(Felony)and he did not have a CCW permit(Felony). Those are hardly what I would call minor infractions, Kenney knew if his car was searched he was going to jail as a repeat offender and would be there for a long time.
The video that we can see online and I mentioned is limited in length. It has been well documented by the authorities and the press that a "high-speed chase" was involved and that it crossed over into another town, Easton, NH. Additionally, Cpl. McKay's vehicle video cam was not running all the time as it should have been and that too has been well documented. His own department did not have an answer as to why it wasn't on throughout the entire chase.
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Lower Slower Delaware wrote:
The bill for the road naming is SB 154 and it passed unanimously in the NH Sentate when it was presented and read before the Senate. The bill was proposed by the Chief of Police from Manchester NH and Senator Delasandro. If the road naming bill does not pass at the state level there is a national petition already in the works with 2 US Representatives and 2 US Senators willing to sponsor the bill in US Congress. Vice President Joseph Biden supports the road naming as well. The bill is to have a section of the Interstate Highway named for the late Cpl. McKay.
Yes, the bill SB154 did pass the State Senate. The bill now sits in the House in Committee - good sign that it will once again die in Committee. The State of NH is not going to tell the people of Franconia we will have a road named after Cpl. McKay whether you like it or not! As for a National petition, that's all it is - a petition. Petitions do make a bill and the 2 Senators/2 Representatives you speak of that are willing to co-sponsor an actual bill are NOT our NH Senators & Representatives.

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Yes, the bill SB154 did pass the State Senate. The bill now sits in the House in Committee - good sign that it will once again die in Committee. The State of NH is not going to tell the people of Franconia we will have a road named after Cpl. McKay whether you like it or not! As for a National petition, that's all it is - a petition. Petitions do make a bill and the 2 Senators/2 Representatives you speak of that are willing to co-sponsor an actual bill are NOT our NH Senators & Representatives.
You have previousy stated you don't live in Franconia so why are you the self appointed mouthpiece for the community.
The bill is going before the house on April 5,2010 and from what I'm hearing the bill will pass the house as well. If you and the other malcontents don't want the state telling you that a roadway will be named after a fallen law enforcement officer, here's another suggestion. The state and federal government should refuse any requests from the Town of Franconia for funding, grants and subsidization to the community of Franconia generated by state and federal tax payers dollars as well.
You don't know who the US senators or representatives are who have agreed to sponsor the bill at the national level.

Thank GOD the law enforcement officers and other emergency responders in the community are professionals and will still serve and protect the malcontents like you.

Just because NH LE haven't revealed their names publicly doesn't mean they don't support the bill or the late Cpl. McKay. They have a right to their privacy just as you do. I also know for a fact that the support from the NH LE community as a whole for the passage of bill is the majority not the minority of the officers in totality. The claim that NH LE don't support the cause is just more misinformation deliberately spread on the Internet by the group of malcontents who are the same group who vandaize any memorial sign placed for Cpl. McKay and the same group who vandalized Cpl. McKay's truck after he was murdered.

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