Jeremiah Elliott and Lee Keltner were seen arguing before Keltner was shot and killed at a protest in Denver.

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First Lady Dr. Jill Biden Visited Colorado Today To Salute Spouses Of Military MembersThe First Lady visited Colorado Springs where she highlighted what these men and women do for the entire family.
Barry Morphew, Accused Of Killing Wife Suzanne, Makes First Appearance In CourtA 53-year-old Colorado husband who is accused of killing his wife appeared before a judge for the first time after being arrested on murder charges at his home near Poncha Springs. Barry Morphew is charged with murdering Suzanne Morphew, even though her body hasn't been found.
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