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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- On Thursday afternoon, new video was released showing exactly what happened that day the day a man was literally gunned down inside a TARC bus.
In the video, you can see a white Camaro stop in front of the TARC bus at the corner of Bardstown Road and Goldsmith Lane, and one of the shooting suspects getting out.
It appears to be driven by 22-year-old Jeffrey Kingdon.
That's when you see Kingdon and his half-brother, 20-year-old Martin Keehn, pay to get on the TARC bus.
They are followed by a woman,35-year-old Carla Dowell, and approach 17-year-old Rico Robinson who is sitting in the back.
That's when a dispute happens.
According to police documents, Rico Robinson was armed with a gun along with both Kingdon and Keehn.
You hear them all yelling moments before the shooting.
When Robinson was shot, the shooting suspects take off and the driver and another woman alert authorities.
"Did you call 911? Sir? I'm calling 911," you hear a woman yelling to the bus driver.
Christopher 2X with Fight Crimes Against Children has spoken with Robinson's mom.
He says, this incident is still hitting the family hard.
"She's totally grief-stricken to lose a loved one at such a young age is beyond comprehension for a lot of us," says Christopher 2X.
He says, like any crime involving young people, it's hard for Robinson's friends and family to forget what happened that day on this TARC bus.
"Especially when you lose a young one at such a young age. It's such a trying time for them," says Christopher 2X.
Both Kingdon and Keehn have been charged in the case.
Carla Dowell, the woman in the video, was not charged in this case.
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