California shooting: Victim of Thousand Oaks massacre had survived Las Vegas horror

Remigio Civitarese
Novembre 10, 2018

A law enforcement official said Ian David Long wrote on social media ad he shot people at Borderline Bar and Grill in LA.

Authorities have not determined a motive for Wednesday night's rampage at the Borderline Bar and Grill.

Police say that gunman Ian David Long, a 28-year-old Marine veteran, used a handgun with an illegal extended magazine to carry out the killings before turning the gun on himself.

According to the Pentagon, Long served in the Marine Corps from August 2008 to March 2013 and was a machine gunner.

He wore black clothes, a black baseball cap and a mask partially covering his face. Investigators have not commented on whether mental illness played a role. I hear chairs being thrown out the window, people were trying to get out the window and the gunman went to the, he went behind the cash register.there was probably 12 shots before I got out the front door, ' John said. Thirteen people died, including a sheriff's deputy and the suspected shooter. Helus died at a hospital.

Tel Orfanos lived through the deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history only to lose his life in another one less than 10 minutes from his home barely a year later, a tragic coincidence that has devastated his friends and family. "I don't want thoughts", his mother, Susan Schmidt-Orfanos, said earlier.

As the video was released, it emerged one of the victims of the massacre had survived last year's mass shooting in Las Vegas, where 59 people were killed at a country music festival.

Police captain Garo Kuredjian told reporters that cops received a call that shots had been fired at the venue at 11.20pm local time. Cody. Only he and I know how much I love, how much I miss", he told reporters during a press conference, "Oh son, I love you so much.

At the White House on Friday, Trump touted his efforts to fund work on post-traumatic stress disorder among veterans and ignored questions about stricter gun control laws.

Dean said Long was "somewhat irate", and acting "irrationally". 'The windows broke and I just hopped out the window and I was one of the last people out, ' Campbell said.

"Our hearts ache today for the victims of this heinous act and our deepest condolences are with the Thousand Oaks community and those who lost friends and loved ones". Gunshots were heard even as officers were responding to the incident.

"This is not going to be easy for a very long time", he said.

"I just started hearing these big pops - pop, pop, pop".

"He was just a great guy, a gentle soul", Buschow said.

"Tonight Thousand Oaks takes its place with those cities, who in order to move forward will rely on hope. we are Thousand Oaks strong".

At the vigil, hundreds joined in song inside the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza while an overflow crowd gathered outside to remember those who were lost.

It was the nation's deadliest such attack since 17 students and teachers were killed at a Florida high school nine months ago.

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