Man Who Killed Trump Supporter Getting Off
Prosecutors are reportedly planning to drop the murder charge against unlicensed security guard Matthew Dolloff, who shot and killed a conservative US Navy veteran who was attending a 2020 “Patriot Rally” event in Denver.
According to the Denver Post, local prosecutors are planning to do so because they don’t believe they can “overcome” Dolloff’s self-defense argument.
On Oct. 10, 2020, the 32-year-old shot and killed 49-year-old Trump supporter Lee Keltner during a confrontation at opposing rallies at Denver’s Civic Center.
“Dolloff’s attorney, Doug Richards, said prosecutors with the Denver District Attorney’s Office told him they intend to dismiss the second-degree murder case at the pre-trial conference scheduled for March 21,” the Denver Post reported.
Denver prosecutors plan to drop the murder case filed against unlicensed security guard Matt Dolloff who shot dead a veteran in Oct 2020 during clashes when #antifa confronted attendees of a “Patriot Rally.” Lee Keltner’s death was celebrated by antifa.https://t.co/t4TYQHLNve pic.twitter.com/1PzUff62iy
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) March 11, 2022
Original Article: Charges to be dropped against Denver man who killed Trump supporter at Patriot Rally