Also interesting how much time the article spends on talking about Ubers policy of no guns for drivers, and their failure to properly screen drivers, as if this incident is because the driver was improperly screened (Yet could legally purchase a firearm and get a CHL).
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/tru ... edirect=on
Police say Hancock shot Hyun Kim, 45, with a semiautomatic pistol during a confrontation at 2:47 a.m. Friday, according to a partially redacted probable-cause affidavit provided to The Washington Post.
His sedan smashed into a concrete barrier on Interstate 25 in south Denver, coming to a stop perpendicular to traffic.
Blood was found on the highway pavement near 10 spent .40-caliber shell casings that matched the car’s path, police documents show.
Denver police spokeswoman Marika Putnam told The Post on Saturday that the ongoing investigation has yet to determine if Hancock fired while his car was in motion.
A passerby stopped and spoke with Hancock before calling 911, saying Hancock explained he was attacked by Kim, police documents show.
Arriving officers found Kim slumped over on the floorboard of the front passenger seat and provided aid until paramedics arrived, police records show. Kim was pronounced dead at a hospital.
Officers handcuffed Hancock and removed a Ruger pistol from his waistband. .
Friday’s slaying occurred the same day CNN published an investigation that found Uber and its competitor Lyft have approved thousands of drivers who should have been disqualified due to criminal histories.
I see now they are calling it a slaying. Funny when someone is caught in the act with multiple witnesses, they are considered as being suspected of committing the act. but here's a CHL holder claiming self defense and he commited a 'slaying'. So they are convicting this guy before they've even heard his side of the story.