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NH man who defended shot officer back in jail

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Associated Press - June 10, 2009 8:35 AM ET

LITTLETON, N.H. (AP) - Gregory Floyd, who fatally shot a police officer's killer in Franconia two years ago, has started a six-month jail sentence on a conviction of threatening a neighbor.

Floyd was found guilty of threatening Alma Jean Boisvert and her son, who were driving in their neighborhood and asked Floyd to back up on a narrow road so they could get by. She told police Floyd refused and said he could shoot her "and I wouldn't miss."

After Floyd was leaving the court in April 2008, he screamed obscenities and had to be subdued. There were no outbursts during his sentencing Tuesday, the New Hampshire Union Leader reported.

Floyd who killed Liko Kenney after Kenney shot Police Cpl. Bruce McKay in 2007.

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