Friday, September 29, 2023
Friday, September 29, 2023
Friday, September 29, 2023

Sister Claims Brother’s Killer “Lay in Wait” as Cops Face Scrutiny




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In a devastating incident that has shaken a community in Ohio, a 22-year-old man named James Rayl was shot dead outside his ex-girlfriend’s house, Your Content has learned.

The shooter was none other than the girl’s own father, 52-year-old Mitchell Duckro. According to reports, Rayl attempted to enter the property when he was met with a hail of bullets from Duckro’s gun.

The attack proved fatal, as Rayl suffered three gunshot wounds to his shoulders and back, tragically losing his life. The ex-couple had parted ways a year and a half prior to this horrifying event.

In the aftermath of this shocking incident, Allyson Duckro, James Rayl’s grief-stricken sister, has come forward with a heart-wrenching claim. She believes that her brother’s killer had been lying in wait, intending to harm him. Moreover, the Duckro family is now demanding a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding the shooting.

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They express concerns about potential biases within the Shelby County Sheriff’s office, alleging that the authorities did not conduct a proper and unbiased inquiry into James Rayl’s death.

This devastating story of loss and the call for justice have garnered significant attention, with The Washington Post covering the growing demands for a full probe into the incident.

As we await further developments in this tragic case, our thoughts are with the grieving family and friends of James Rayl during this difficult time, according to The Washington Post.

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