July 10, 2024
Beyond Wonderland Shooting

The suspect in the recent Beyond Wonderland shooting deaths enters a not guilty pleads to all charges.

James M. Kelly, a 26-year-old American service member, is the main suspect in the recent Beyond Wonderland Shooting at the Gorge Amphitheater in Washington state, which left two ladies dead and several more injured. According to The Seattle Times, Kelly has entered a not guilty plea to all counts.

Kelly, who was accused in connection with the shooting at the Beyond Wonderland electronic dance music event with two charges of first-degree murder, two counts of first-degree assault, and one count of first-degree domestic violence, has entered a not guilty plea, according to the Seattle Times. As of right now, he is being detained without bond. The deceased have been recognized as Seattle-based engaged couple, 29-year-old Brandy Escamilla and 26-year-old Josilyn Ruiz.

Kelly’s girlfriend and two first responders to the gunfire reports at the scene were among the injured. Kelly told the police he thought the world was ending and that he was having hallucinations from mushrooms, according to court records that Oregon Live was able to get. According to court filings, Kelly reportedly heard gunfire and grabbed his pistol from his pickup vehicle, loaded it, and opened fire on the couple strolling past as well as a 31-year-old male who was headed towards the location.

Special Thanks To

We want to sincerely thank the personnel and local authorities for their prompt action in handling the situation. The festival released a statement saying, “Our deepest sympathies and best wishes are sent to the family, friends, and everyone impacted by this sad incident.

According To Reports

According to reports, he told that beyond wonderland shooting a 20-year-old girlfriend Lily Luksich that “this is the end” before opening fire on her after the opening bullets were fired. She later informed the police and contacted 911. The festival’s second day was postponed following the incident. Kelly’s trial is anticipated to start in late August of this year, and his next hearing is set for July 25. Kelly may be imprisoned for life if found guilty.



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