Witness Statements in Louisville Homeowner Shooting Released

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

New documents released in the case involving the deaths of two men at a homeowners association meeting in Louisville show people attending the meeting didn't notice anything wrong with the neighbor who is now charged with two counts of murder.

The Courier-Journal says video statements and transcripts from witnesses at the Sept. 6 meeting were released this week.

One of those attending, Sally Leezer, says 55-year-old Mahmoud Yousef Hindi was "smiling and seemed pleasant." She and her husband, retired Louisville police officer Raymond Leezer, both said they noticed a satchel Hindi was carrying. Hindi has told police he was carrying a gun and extra bullets in the bag.

Raymond Leezer and board member Horacio Urieta said after Hindi fired two shots, they pushed him against a wall, forcing him to drop the gun.

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