PHOTOS: A frame by frame account of the Denver protest shooting

Editor’s note: The images shown here contain graphic violence and may be disturbing to some viewers.

Lee Keltner was shot and killed Saturday after a conflict with a private security guard in downtown Denver. Denver Post photojournalist Helen Richardson witnessed the shooting firsthand. This video on Twitter also shows the moments leading up to the fatal gunfire. The Denver Post has decided to publish the full sequence of images along with the timestamps and other information recorded by the camera.

Family members identified Keltner, 49, as the man fatally shot. Police on Sunday identified 30-year-old Matthew Robert Dolloff as the suspect and confirmed he was working as a private security guard at the time and not participating in the protest.

City officials don’t believe Dolloff was licensed to work as an armed private security guard in Denver. Dolloff remained in jail Sunday without bond on suspicion of first-degree murder, jail records show.

A total of 71 images are posted below in their original, chronological sequence. Below each image is additional metadata recorded by the camera onto each image file, including the filenames as ingested into the photographer’s computer from the camera, the frame number (the last 4 digits of the original filename as recorded by the camera), the model of the camera used, focal length (in millimeters) of the 24-70mm zoom lens used, the aperture, shutter speed and ISO settings for each image. The serial number of the camera is 3500158.

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