Officials at the University of Wyoming College of Law had asked students to be on the lookout for one of its graduates, Matthew Riehl, less than two months before he opened fire on several deputies in suburban Denver.Officers killed Riehl, a 37-year-old Iraq war veteran, after he opened fire early Sunday and fatally shot Zackari Parrish, a Douglas County sheriff’s deputy, report Law.com (subl. req.), the Associated Press, Fox31, K2Radio and the Denver Post. Riehl live-streamed the shooting in which he also wounded four other officers and two bystanders in adjacent apartments.The school was concerned about Facebook posts by Riehl targeting UW law professors, including one post in which he said he dreamed about raping a former professor, according to Fox31.Riehl had graduated from the law school in 2010 and received a license to practice law in Wyoming in May 2011. He initially practiced in a law firm in the town of Rawlins, Wyoming, then opened his own law practice, according to AP. He voluntarily withdrew from the bar in October 2016.Riehl was in Iraq from April 2009 to March 2010. His mother has said he has post-traumatic stress disorder.Riehl had escaped from a veterans mental health ward in 2014… Read full this story
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