Fiancé reacts to surveillance video showing man being killed after Cowboys-Redskins game

Posted at 7:26 PM, Dec 31, 2014
and last updated 2015-01-05 15:50:05-05

Chesapeake, Va. - One hit. That's all it took to kill Chuck Setchel.

"I just remember grabbing my purse and doing a turn or something. It happened so fast," his fiancé, Robin Stewart, tells NewsChannel 3.

She was sitting next to him at the bar at Zino's restaurant. Only NewsChannel 3 showed her the clip of her fiance's last moments.

Police say Ronnie Cisko killed Setchel.

Even though she watched the deadly hit over and over again, she still can't believe it.

"I have a broken heart. I miss him. I wait for him to get home. And it hasn't hit home yet," Stewart said.

She's even more upset that the fight started over a Cowboys and Redskins rivarly.

She and Chuck were sitting at the bar, celebrating the Cowboys win. Nearby, Cisko and two others, who were Redskins fans.

The two groups were playfully teasing each other about the game. A few drinks later, Stewart says they were name calling, then Chuck was hit.

"It's a Redskins and a cowboy football game, a game! A game that comes on every year! If everyone killed everyone over a game..."

Once Setchel was knocked to the ground, you can see Cisko step over his body.

"They walked out like they did nothing. Like it was just OK," she said.

NewsChannel 3 looked into Cisko's past. According to a bail determinations checklist, he's been in trouble before.

The paperwork shows he has several previous charges. Two of them include assault and battery and domestic assault and battery.

Stewart says she isn't surprised.

"Don`t wish death on anybody, but I hope they get what they deserve. If that one boy spends the rest of his life in jail, so be it," she said.

Cisko has refused to tell us his side of the story from behind bars.


Surveillance video shows deadly fight that started over Redskins-Cowboys football game