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Video, interviews shed light on police reaction to 2016 suicide call

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Lawsuit questions police actions, training

By Forrest Berkshire, Editor

Three days after her husband had committed suicide, Kourtney Wahl Lewis was still convinced the military had responded to her mother’s home during a standoff that ended with a pepper spray bomb tossed into a vehicle.

“This might sound crazy, but I thought they were going to snipe him or something,” Lewis told Bardstown Police Detective Lynn Davis in a recorded interview July 29, 2016.


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