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Ed's Tavern Owner Tells Court Bobby Kingston Didn't Resist Killer Kenan Gay

Alan Cole, owner of Ed’s Tavern, told local media that he will turn over a surveillance video to police that shows Bobby Kingston leaning over to speak with a female patron moment before Kenan Gay forced him outside and threw him into Park Road traffic.Cole told reporters that in the video Kenan Gay can be seen grabbing Bobby Kingston by the collar and pulling him out the front door of Ed's Tavern.
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