Some developments on the NH Trooper Shooting, the first has to do with the now deceased Cpl and the killer as having a history, and the Cpl asking the Court giving him a break from an incident in '03. The second has to do with a story of the Marine who shot the perp.. http://www.unionleader.com/article....rticleId=f396463a-aa08-4c36-88f1-2715ca662be6 FRANCONIA â€“ The first time Liko Kenney and Cpl. Bruce McKay met on a January night four years ago was not unlike their final, and fatal, encounter Friday night. A prosecutor's account shows a 2003 encounter between McKay and Kenney turned violent when Kenney, yelling and resisting arrest, grabbed the officer's groin and squeezed. "Another officer witnessed McKay yell in pain and jump as a result," a statement issued yesterday by Grafton County Attorney Rick St. Hilaire said. Kenney, a cousin of international skiing champion Bode Miller, later pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest. "The offenses could have resulted in a sentence of prison time," St. Hilaire said in his statement. "However, Officer Bruce McKay expressed his desire that compassion be shown to the defendant. He supported a short 15-day term of incarceration in the county jail, which was accepted by the court." http://www.unionleader.com/article....rticleId=b6d46b3f-9429-4507-89fb-4e513337b875 The passer-by who confronted and killed the gunman in last Friday's police shooting was an expert marksman who used to alarm his neighbors by firing guns on his own property, court records show. "I am an ex-Marine and an expert shot. I don't miss what I shoot at," Gregory Floyd, 49, told police officers who searched his home in 1997. Authorities have decided not to charge Floyd in Friday's shooting, ruling he was justified when he fired at Liko Kenney, 24, just moments after watching Kenney shoot and kill Franconia Police Cpl. Bruce McKay. Kenney's uncle, Bill, said he is not angry at Floyd. "I thank him," Bill Kenney said yesterday. "He did an amazing thing." A "loner" by reputation, Floyd has declined to speak with reporters since the shootings. A woman who answered the phone at his house Sunday said, "This is a private, unlisted, unpublished number. Please don't call again."