Indianapolis Shooting Suspect Obtained Guns Legally, Police Say

18 Avril, 2021, 22:46 | Auteur: Yves Courtet
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The Marion County Prosecutor's Office did not respond to a request for comment by the New York Times.

A trace by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives turned up the two legal purchases last July and September by Brandon Hole, 19, a former employee at the facility, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said on Saturday. This situation is when an individual will provoke law enforcement to shoot them to defend themselves or civilians.

However, Chief Taylor said the fact that the shooter was able to "legally purchase a much more powerful weapon than a shotgun" indicated that no decision was made to activate Indiana's "red flag" law in this case.

The FBI interviewed him a month later in April 2020.

At a vigil attended by more than 200 at an Indianapolis park on Saturday evening, Aasees Kaur, who represented the Sikh Coalition, spoke out alongside the city's Mayor and other elected officials to demand action that would prevent such attacks from happening again.

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Indianapolis Police Chief Randal Taylor told The Times he wasn't sure if that sort of hearing even took place a year ago but police never gave him back the gun they took away. "Our sincerest and most heartfelt apologies go out to the victims of this senseless tragedy", the family said.

The victims of the attack have been identified as Matthew R. Alexander, 32, Samaria Backwell, 19, Amarjeet Johal, 66, Jaswinder Kaur, 64, Jaswinder Singh, 68, Amarjit Sekhon, 48, Karlie Smith, 19, and John Weisert, 74. "We are so sorry for the pain and hurt being felt by their families and the entire Indianapolis community".

About 90% of the workers at the FedEx warehouse near the Indianapolis International Airport are members of the local Sikh community, police said on Friday.

According to police officials, Hole had been previously employed by the FedEx facility where the attack was carried out.

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