Matthew Dolloff Was Operating In Violation Of The Law…

Andrea Flores of CBS Denver contacted the Denver Department of Excise and Licenses to request information on Matthew Dolloff and to inquire about his license as a security guard at the time of the shooting.

What Flores was told by a representative of the department, is that Dolloff is not, and has never been, licensed to work as a security guard in the city. Further, the department informed Flores that if Dolloff was working in that capacity, as 9News claims he was, he was operating in violation of the law when he killed Lee Keltner.

Keltner was a veteran, a hat maker, a father, and a Trump supporter. He died while acting in self-defense as the imposter security guard Dolloff attempted to reach for his holstered side arm. After deploying pepper spray in response to Dolloff drawing his own gun after his failed attempt at grabbing Keltner’s, he was shot and killed by Dolloff at point blank range.

9News further claims that they hired Dolloff through the Pinkterons, and the Denver Department of Excise and Licenses had more to share on that matter:

“The company he works for is also legally responsible for making sure all their security guard employees have a license and could face administrative action against their required security guard employer license if they have security guards working without a license. We have an open administrative investigation in this case. If there is a violation of Denver rules, the security guard employer is subject to having their license show caused and there would be a public hearing to determine the status of the license going forward. This case is in the investigative portion and there has been no show cause issued.”