The security guard who fatally shot a man in Denver as competing rallies wound down will be charged with second-degree murder, leaving him with the prospect of spending nearly 50 years in prison. A number of people witnessed Matthew Dolloff, 30, shoot Lee Keltner, 49, between the Denver Art Museum and the Denver Public Library in the afternoon on Oct. 10. Some captured video footage of the shooting while a professional photographer snapped several pictures before, during, and afterward. Denver District Attorney Beth McCann announced the planned charge on Thursday, noting it carries a mandatory prison sentence of between 16 and 48 years. "This incident occurred on Saturday afternoon, October 10, 2020, as Mr. Keltner was leaving Denver’s Civic Center Park where it is alleged that Mr. Dolloff shot Mr. Keltner after an altercation," McCann's office said in a brief statement. "Mr. Keltner was transported to Denver Health Medical Center 


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