Wisconsin woman awaiting trial for killing HER rapist as teen Is arrested in Louisiana


When law enforcement arrived at the crime scene, they found a burned male body with two bullet wounds in his head. The man’s BMW had been stolen from the driveway of his Kenosha, Wis., ranch home.

In the early morning hours after the shooting, a 17-year-old girl posted a selfie to Facebook, with the man’s curtains behind her, captioning the photo: ‘My Mug Shot,’ that compiled numerous court documents and reported interviews from the years-long case.

Who Was Randall ‘Randy’ Phillip Volar III?

As law enforcement’s homicide investigation continued, they learned that the dead man – Randall ‘Randy’ Phillip Volar III, 34 – had been in their custody just three months before, charged with child sexual assault among other crimes.

Then, inexplicably, law enforcement had let the man go — without posting bail, according to the paper’s reporting.

He Preyed on Girls After Release

During Volar’s brief period of freedom, police learned he had been preying on about a dozen underage Black girls.

What Investigation Reveals

Law enforcement’s investigative file on Volar at the time he was alive noted that he had ‘hundreds’ of child sex videos with girls as young as 12, per The Post, which noted that more than 20 ‘home videos’ included Volar, who is White, specifically with underage Black girls. 

Still, the Kenosha County District Attorney’s Office did not prosecute him and Volar remained free.

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She Got Upset

And then on June 5, 2018, Volar allegedly touched the 17-year-old girl’s leg, and that girl – who had allegedly been groomed and sexually abused by him while being filmed and trafficked out to other men for his financial gain – ‘had gotten upset and she was tired of [him] touching her,’ per law enforcement records quoted in a 2021 appeals decision.

Where The Girl Drew Her Inspiration

That victim, Chrystul Kizer, eventually confessed to killing Volar. To date, she does not contest to shooting and killing the man and has said that her idea to set a fire in the home came from an episode of Criminal Minds.

Defense Arguments

Kizer’s defense lawyer argues that the frightened young girl killed her alleged abuser as a ‘direct result’ of the human trafficking to which she was allegedly subjugated, per 2022 appeals document which holds that Wisconsin’s affirmative defense law enables such an argument to be made. 

It is the first time the state’s affirmative defense law had been used as a defense in court.

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