Fatal police officer shooting: spray vs. gun
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Fatal police officer shooting: spray vs. gun

Franconia (N.H.) Police Cpl. Bruce McKay III stops a Toyota Supra Hatchback with one passenger on a traffic violation. It is the officer's third incident with the driver, 24-year-old Liko Kenney. This time, Kenney slowly pulls away from the traffic stop while McKay is running a check on his vehicle. The officer pursues, finally bringing the Toyota to another stop. McKay gets out and tries to subdue Kenney with a chemical spray. Kenney responds with multiple shots from a legally purchased .45-caliber handgun. (Edited by Ben de la Cruz, Cheryl W. Thompson/The Washington Post)

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