Arizona Rancher Accused of Murder Says He Only Fired 'Warning Shots' After Armed Trespassers 'Pointed An AK-47 Right At Him'Chris Menahan
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George Alan Kelly, the 73-year-old Arizona rancher accused of murder for allegedly shooting a Mexican national on his property with a long history of deportations, says he only fired "warning shots" after a group of trespassers "pointed an AK-47 right at him," Fox News reports.
From Arizona rancher held on $1M bond fired 'warning shots,' armed men pointed 'AK-47 right at him,' defense claims:
George Alan Kelly, 73, who is charged with first-degree, premeditated murder in the Jan. 30 shooting of a man whom authorities believe to be 48-year-old Gabriel Cuen-Butimea, based on the Mexican voter registration card he carried, had completed chores on his ranch near Kino Springs earlier that day and came to his house to have lunch with his wife when he heard a single gunshot as they ate, Kelly’s court-appointed attorney, Brenna Larkin, wrote in a recent court filing obtained by Fox News Digital.It should go without saying but Kelly should not have talked to police.
Justice of the Peace Emilio G. Velasquez, who ordered Kelly be held on a $1 million bond, is allegedly a left-wing hack.
Though GoFundMe shut down a crowd funding campaign for Kelly's legal defense, another campaign on GiveSendGo successfully raised over $270,000 to help Kelly get a solid legal defense.
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