A little boy who was shot in the Sutherland Springs, Texas, church massacre arrived home today — riding through town on a firetruck — after more than two months in the hospital.
On Nov. 5, a gunman stormed the rural First Baptist Church, leaving 26 dead, according to police, who have included an unborn child in the death count. The attack was deemed the worst mass shooting in Texas history.
Notorious cultist terrorizing Ogba-Egbema-Ndoni Local Government area of Rivers state, Johnson Igwedibia fondly called Donwanny is dead.
Describing him as a kidnap kingpin and mass murderer, the army said Don Wanny was killed in his hideout in Enugu state.
Deputy Director Army Public Relations of Six Division of the Nigerian Army Port Harcourt, Colonel Aminu Iliyasu said Intense surveillance activities on Donwanny and his gang by the Department of State Services, revealed that after committing the atrocities he relocated to a neighbourhood within Enugu Town in Enugu State where he rented an apartment and started living among unsuspecting neighbours within the community.
The Army stated that from the relative safety of his newly-rented apartment, Don Wanny was already perfecting plans to carry out another mayhem in Omoku in which he was to attack churches, schools, Army and Police locations and the residences of the generality of the already traumatized people of Omoku.
Roy McClellan had been gone for days. Calls to his phone had gone to voice mail, his wife wrote in a Thursday Facebook post asking people to let her know if anyone had seen her husband.
Denise McClellan learned on the same day that Roy was killed in a hit-and-run crash days earlier, on Nov. 17, seven weeks after he survived the Oct. 1 Las Vegas massacre.
Roy McClellan was in Pahrump in southern Nevada, about 60 miles west of Las Vegas, the day he was killed. He had a fight with a friend and took off about 2 a.m. and was not heard from since, Denise McClellan wrote on Facebook.
The crash occurred at Homestead Road and Highway 160 in Pahrump, NBC affiliate KSNV reported. A spokesman for the Nevada Highway Patrol did not immediately respond to a call and email from The
Mass murderer Devin Patrick Kelley was a violent, domestic abuser, who was kicked out of the U.S. Air Force and passed the time mocking religion and proselytizing for atheism.
On cue the Left did what it always does after gut-wrenching tragedies, using the attack to call for more assaults on Americans’ Second Amendment rights. Of course Barack Obama led the way. Others say Kelley’s hostility to religion may have motivated the assault.
Wearing black tactical gear and armed with a military-style rifle, the 26-year-old fired at least 450 rounds, killing at least 26 people and wounding 24 early Sunday at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Wilson County, Texas, less than an hour’s drive southeast of San Antonio. Investigators say Kelley entered the church with the intention of killing everyone there.
Acting the way a president should, President Trump called the murders an “act of evil.”
LAS VEGAS (AP) — In the days and months before he mowed down concertgoers from his high-rise hotel suite, gunman Stephen Paddock rented rooms overlooking two other music festivals in Las Vegas and Chicago, authorities said.
They gave no details on what his intentions might have been.
The disclosures came as investigators struggled for a fourth day to explain what led the 64-year-old high-stakes gambler to open fire Sunday night on an open-air country music festival from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel casino. He killed 58 people and injured more than 500 before taking his own life.
Authorities have been trying to track Paddock’s movements in the days and weeks before the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
In August, Paddock booked a room at Chicago’s Blackstone Hotel that overlooked the park where the Lollapalooza music festival was held that weekend, a law enforcement official said Thursday.
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Starting in the early hours Monday, and continuing almost 24 hours later, survivors, victims’ families, city officials and central Florida residents will remember the victims with four services.
Hundreds gathered on Saturday morning at the city’s Wadeview Park to participate in the “CommUNITY Rainbow Run” 4.9K race. Pulse nightclub owner Barbara Poma waved a sign as runners passed by that read: “We will not let hate win,” CBS Orlando affiliate WKMG reports.
Poma said community members are leaning on each other as the first anniversary of the shooting approaches.
“Orlando will always show how united we are,” she told the station.
Monday’s first service is closed to the public, and it’s being
New videos released Wednesday from body-cams on officers responding to the attack at a gay nightclub in Orlando show shattered glass inside the club, the sounds of automatic gunfire and an officer shouting to the gunman, “Come out with your hands up or you will die!”
The 11 hours of video show Pulse patrons running from the club and officers shouting, “Just go!” as they direct them to safety across the street.
In another video, an officer off camera inside the club checks for the pulse of a patron only to announce the victim is dead.
Another officer later is heard in a video realizing that the massacre is an act of terrorism.
“It’s terrorism in Orlando,” the officer is heard saying of gunman Omar Mateen. “He pledged something to the Islamic State.”
The 11 hours of footage were given to the Orlando Sentinel, FOX 35 Orlando, and ABC News through a public