There shouldn’t be a paywall. Isn’t for me.GannonFan wrote: ↑Tue Oct 13, 2020 11:45 amCouldn't get by the paywall - any synopsis?SDHornet wrote: ↑Tue Oct 13, 2020 11:28 amFrame by frame photos of that shooting at the protest in Denver over the weekend.
https://www.denverpost.com/2020/10/12/d ... -sequence/
If a news station is goung to hire an armed security guard, why would they at not least check to see if he was licensed...as an armed security guard..
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... oting.htmlA private security company and a television station in Colorado which hired an unlicensed security guard could face criminal charges after the man shot dead a Navy veteran while protecting a TV crew on Saturday afternoon.
The incident happened near Denver's Civic Center Park, as protesters filed out of the park following the demonstrations - a 'Patriot Muster' and a 'BLM-Antifa Soup Drive' counterprotest.
Dolloff was working for the security company Pinkerton, and 9News contracted Pinkerton to provide protection for their TV crew, covering the demonstrations.
He claims Keltner reached inside his shirt which scared him and prompted him to shoot.
Extraordinary photographs from the shooting show him spraying Dolloff with mace then being shot dead.
On Monday afternoon the Denver City Attorney's Office told CBS4: 'Licensed security guard employers that hire unlicensed security guards could face disciplinary actions against their licenses ranging from a fine, to suspension, to revocation.
'Businesses could also face criminal charges for permitting or directing an unlicensed person to perform security services.
'Regarding Matthew Dolloff, there could be civil or criminal actions taken, or both, against Mr Dolloff, Pinkerton, 9News, and/or any other entity that hired and deployed Dolloff in an unlicensed security guard capacity.'