"And he was a rogue, in every sense -- to other law enforcement and to people, particularly young men and women, the weak.... the ones that hurt. And he was bad, there's no question, and anyone in Law Enforcement who says he's one of them, is getting on the wrong side.... With the information they had on this guy they had to say 'get him out of uniform, get him out of service, he doesn't belong here.'"
"Both were test fired and found to function normally."
He got it cleared and he put the jammed bullet into his pocket as proved (pdf. 564) then he loaded Liko's second clip to make it appear that Liko had done so after he finished murdering him, IMHO. This is why no one can seem to find any fingerprint analysis of Liko Kenney's gun because Floyd's prints are likely all over the second magazine.
Also any notion of conversation from Floyd to Liko is totally bogus, even though Kelly's (unsigned) Official Report has Floyd saying "I told him whatever came into my mind...." because Floyd clearly says at 874:
"And then you know I, I walked up at that time and uh, probably within four seconds had shot the driver."
"Did you say anything before you fired?"
"No, I didn't"
And that's what Caleb said as well:
The man said nothing before he fired."
But Sgt. West is Floyd's buddy, listen to this comment:
"You're giving him time by you working the mechanism and under the situation that's pretty cool, I think."
Sir: I think not. "Four seconds," remember...... I think you and your staff intentionally ignored the windshield bullet because that proves that Floyd started shooting from across the street.... (more about Bruce McKay's violence at the Brendlin v. California post and at the Sergeant Mark Taylor warned Chief Montminy about Bruce McKay post).
Liko Kenney had telephoned his Uncle 3 times during the first traffic stop to be an adult witness because he was afraid of Bruce McKay, who got away with violating Liko Kenney's Civil Rights in 2003 and beat him down with several other cops for no reason whatsoever.....
....and that's a fact, jack: McKay had no reason to continue to detain Liko Kenney but yet he did, just because he hated all things Kenney/Miller. Read the related dismissed cases from Fox Hill Park, also not hosted by any other major media; I went and pulled the files myself.