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Chiefs Parade Shooting Shatters Liberal Media’s Narrative

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The two individuals charged in a deadly shooting during Kansas City’s Chiefs Super Bowl parade celebration have been identified as adults aged 18 and 22, contrary to initial media reports labeling them as minors.

Dominic M. Miller and Lyndell Mays have been charged with second-degree murder and other felonies for their alleged roles in an incident that killed radio DJ Lisa Lopez-Galvan and injured 22 others.

According to prosecutors, Mays instigated the gunfire during a verbal argument with an unacquainted individual, first brandishing and then firing his handgun when the confrontation escalated quickly.

The weapon in the shooting was stolen, according to court documents. This undermines that mainstream media narrative that gun laws are insufficient.

Miller also allegedly fired shots, with one killing Lopez-Galvan.

The rapid escalation from a verbal dispute to deadly violence shocked the community.

Both suspects face $1 million bail, and prosecutors anticipate additional charges as the investigation continues.

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