Slow motion video of the shooting at Denver pro-police rally shows shooter Matthew Dolloff reaching out for the victim's gun
Recently it was reported that Denver police had arrested two men after an alleged “Patriot Muster” man was fatally shot during the pro-police rally outside the Denver Art Museum.
The arrest man was reported to be a private security guard who worked for a television crew. The man has been detained on suspicious of murder.
The video released by the authorities showed the Patriot Muster, whose name is Lee Keltner allegedly attacking the security guard first before being shot and killed. But there is another version of the video that the mainstream medias don’t show.
Here is the video with sequence and all the frames:
Okay here's the full sequence with all the frames in at the end. I've got more coming on this, but this sequence is important to get out there for the time being.@michellemalkin pic.twitter.com/Om7RU4nz26— L ???? (@SomeBitchIKnow) October 13, 2020
On this slowed down version of the footage of the Denver shooting the Patriot can be seen defending himself with a bear spray when two suspects confront him at gunpoint.
The shooter was identified as Matthew Dolloff. It was then established that Dolloff is missing on the Colorado list of Registered Security Guards in Denver. And he also has nothing to do with Antifa.
Denver Shooter Info: (media will lie!)— bySummitAttempt (@bySummitAttempt) October 11, 2020
D.P.D. name wrong: is Matthew Robert Dolloff - NOT Doloff. (pic)
1 Dolloff email: NewProgressiveMedia@gmail.com (pic)
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The original photos of the shooting were intentionally dimmed. But when you turn up the low spectrum contrast, you clearly see Dolloff touch Keltner’s gun. The gun was later found by the police.
Here is the slow motion video:
The original photos of the Matthew Dolloff shooting were intentionally darkened, but turning up the low spectrum contrast shows Matthew Dolloff clearly touching Keltner's gun.. which was found by the police after the shooting.— Sk Boz (@skkboz) October 13, 2020
#MatthewDolloff #denvershooting pic.twitter.com/8jhCzRRMOM