The Denver Post: The man who livestreamed the police response to the Boulder King Soopers mass shooting last year was found not guilty of obstructing police officers Wednesday.
A jury acquitted Dean Schiller, 44, of a misdemeanor count of obstructing police after he happened to be at the Table Mesa King Soopers store on March 22, 2021, when a gunman opened fire, killing 10 people at the store. Schiller livestreamed during the attack.
“It’s a huge weight lifted off me right now,” Schiller said after hearing the verdict Wednesday.
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