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Traffic Stop Video of Fallen Officer Released

Franconia, New Hampshire - June 21, 2007

It's been more than a month since Franconia Police Officer Bruce McKay was killed by Liko Kenney during a traffic stop. The two had a long history of run ins, and video of the first one has been released.

Authorities have placed the video from McKay's cruiser camera on the Internet site YouTube, after it was requested by the media.

Their first confrontation happened SuperBowl Sunday four years ago at a park in Franconia. McKay approached Kenney's car because McKay felt it was a suspicious time and place for someone to be.

When Kenney was questioned he became uncooperative and two backup officers were called.

A physical confrontation ensued.

In the video, McKay is the officer in the light colored uniform.

"Stop touching me, let go of me, let go of me, my neck, my neck. You are harassing me." Kenney could be heard screaming.

The officers responded, "Stop resisting, stop resisting."

Kenney screamed "Let me go, you are hurting me, don't do it again."

Police later found knives in Kenney's pockets.

The Grafton County State's Attorney ruled the officers used just force to subdue Kenney.

You can watch the entire traffic stop by clicking on the links above.

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