State Prosecutors Won’t Retry Arizona Rancher George Kelly… “The Nightmare is Over” (VIDEO)

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State Prosecutors Won’t Retry Arizona Rancher George Kelly… “The Nightmare is Over” (VIDEO)

State prosecutors on Monday said they will not retry Arizona rancher George Kelly after a judge declared a mistrial following a hung jury.

Judge Thomas Fink last Monday declared a mistrial after an Arizona jury was unable to reach a unanimous verdict in the murder trial for Arizona rancher George Alan Kelly.

Jurors deliberated a couple of weeks ago and were unable to reach a verdict. Deliberations continued pn the following Friday and after more than 7 hours the jury sent a note to the judge and informed him they could not reach a verdict.

Far-left protestors posted up outside of the court in Nogales demanded a retrial.

Reporters caught up with George Kelly as he walked out of court.

“The nightmare is over,” George Kelly told reporters.

A reporter asked George Kelly if he’s worried protestors will show up to his house and he responded, “God will look after me like He always has…”

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Kelly, 75, was arrested for killing Gabriel Cuen-Butimea, on his Arizona ranch in Kino Springs just outside of Nogales, Mexico on January 30, 2023.

According to reports, Gabriel Cuen-Butimea has a history of illegally crossing into the United States and multiple deportations.

According to the defense lawyers, Mr. Kelly fired warning shots after he saw a group of men dressed in camouflaged clothing point an AK-47 right at him.

The rancher later discovered the deceased illegal alien, who is likely a cartel smuggler, when he went to go check on his horse.

The bullet that killed Gabriel Cuen-Butimea was never recovered so authorities were never able to conduct a ballistics test to see if it matched George Kelly’s AK-47.

Kelly’s defense attorneys argued cartel bandits shot and killed Gabriel Cuen-Butimea and robbed him.

Will Biden’s corrupt Justice Department come after George Kelly now that the Santa Cruz County Attorney decided not to pursue the case with a new trial?