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Far-right gunman who shot girl 4 instances with AR-15 after she ripped down his Nazi flag on a dare claims SELF DEFENSE

Far-right gunman who shot woman four times with AR-15 after she ripped down his Nazi flag on a dare claims SELF DEFENSE


A FAR-right gunman, who shot a girl 4 instances with AR-15 for ripping down his Nazi flag, claimed self-defense, court docket paperwork say.

Alexander Feaster, 45, is accused of taking pictures Kyndal McVey, 26, exterior his dwelling in Hunter, Oklahoma on June 28.

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Feaster allegedly shot Kyndal McVey, 26, exterior his dwelling[/caption]

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Feaster stated he feared for his life, legal professionals declare [/caption]

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McVey spent a number of weeks in hospital, present process a number of surgical procedures.[/caption]

Feaster allegedly shot McVey 4 instances along with his firearm as she ran away from his dwelling after she was dared to steal his Nazi flag.

He was charged with assault and battery with a lethal weapon and taking pictures with intent to kill on June 30 – however his authorized staff argued that Feaster feared for his life.

Stephen Jones and Gabriel Dunbar stated Feaster was topic to quite a few threats and harassment due to his political views in a writ filed on Friday, August 7, reported the Enid Information & Eagle.

In court docket paperwork, Feaster claims to be a “patriotic citizen” and a “loyal American,” who feared he was in “imminent hazard of demise or nice bodily hurt” on the evening McVey stole the flag.

“The defendant isn’t a violent man and doesn’t describe to all of the tenants of Nationwide Socialism, however believes that the US’ financial scenario, as it’s now, isn’t dissimilar from the Weimar Republic of Germany within the 1930’s when Adolph Hitler was elected Chancellor,” based on the transient.

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The incident reportedly befell within the early hours of June 28[/caption]

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McVey was shot 4 instances – however Feasters legal professionals claimed self-defense[/caption]

“He has held these views for the final two to a few years. He has not demonstrated publicly aside from displaying the flag or insignia on his property.”

Feaster thought there have been 20 to 30 individuals on the occasion throughout the road from the place he lived and it “appeared to him a number of people have been holding weapons below the sunshine from their cellphones.”

It described how Feaster then thought it was their intention to indicate him they have been armed earlier than the incident within the early hours of June 28.

“He then heard what he regarded as his flag being forcibly eliminated. He grabbed his precautionary weapon, opened the principle door, and yelled ‘Halt;’ the thief didn’t cease,” per the court docket doc, cited by Enid Information.

“Feaster was noticed strolling or operating out of his dwelling and believes he fired 4 ‘warning pictures’ into the air above the thief. The thief appeared to to show towards Mr. Feaster and level one thing at him.

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The incident befell in Oklahoma [/caption]

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Feaster’s attorneys stated he was continually focused for his views[/caption]

“Mr. Feaster was remoted and alone, fearing for his life. He fired a number of extra instances under the thief’s center-mass in an effort to neutralize the thief, with out killing the person.”

The submitting accuses McVey of trespass, larceny, hate crimes, violations of Oklahoma’s anti-terrorism act and public intoxication however famous that she was by no means charged with any of those crimes.

She spent a number of weeks in hospital, present process a number of surgical procedures.

A possible trigger affidavit cited by the Mail revealed Feaster used his AR-15 to fireside eight pictures.

McVey was hit by 4 of them, within the again and decrease legs, as she fled, earlier than collapsing in a close-by ditch.


Whereas looking his home for clues, investigators unearthed 15 weapons.

He was being held in lieu of a $500,000 bond since he was arrested however a choose lowered it to $75,000 and Feaster was launched shortly after.

This comes after his legal professionals filed claiming his constitutional proper to an affordable bail was being infringed upon and was “successfully no bail in any respect,”