Kansas City Star Shares Self-Defense Argument For Mass Shooting Suspect

Here's another side to this drama platformed by the daily newspaper . . . Credit to TKC commenters who have already mentioned that suspected shooters likely won't see much time because both parties of the deadly "dispute" will likely claim self-defense. 

The crux of the argument:

"They said Mays, who grew up in Raytown, is a good person who loves his family, animals and playing video games. He struggled with a learning disability and did not finish high school. Sometimes, they said, he had comprehension problems. His family supported him because he did not have a job. He had recently completed probation after displaying a gun in 2021 at a Belton community center."

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