Sunday, May 08, 2022

MO: Private Security Firm Claims Self Defense in Kansas City Shooting

Kile told police the victim became agitated and yelled an expletive, according to the court documents. The victim eventually got out of the vehicle as Kile ordered him to the ground as they waited for police and Kile said he was pointing his weapon at the victim as the victim exited the vehicle, according to the documents.

That's when Kile told police the victim ran at him in a threatening manner and attempted to grab Kile's firearm, according to court documents. Kile told police he feared for his life and backpedaled away from the victim approximately 15 feet, according to the documents. Kile said he fell backward, as he was moving away and fired two rounds striking the victim, in his statement to police.

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