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March 07 09:57 PM

Local pawnshop owner challenges Bossier DA to cage fight to settle differences

Randy Matthews wants DA Schuyler Marvin to agree to charity cage fight.

Bossier City pawnshop owner Randy Matthews says he wants Bossier District Attorney Schuyler Marvin to agree to fight him in a charity cage fight in order to settle their differences and to raise money for a local charity.

Matthews - who claims Marvin told him to "get the hell out of my office" and had a police officer escort him out - says he has declared a political war of sorts against Marvin and wants him out of office. 

Matthews reportedly went to Marvin's office to ask questions as to why four counts of felony theft were reduced to a misdemeanor against a man accused of taking four guns from Matthews' residence. 

An exclusive Inquisitor video has been obtained and attached to this article.  View the video for the full invitation by Matthews. 

The Inquisitor has not contacted Marvin to ask if he plans on accepting Matthews' invitation, however we will let you know if we hear from Marvin.

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