The suspect in the Dallas gunnery is believed to have died

The suspect in the Dallas gunnery is believed to have died

He literally riddled the building, ruining the lobby and the second floor from different positions making police officers to run for their lives under pieces of shattered glass.

The man who attacked the police headquarters in Dallas is considered to have been killed by a sniper.

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Earlier, police representatives said that they can’t confirm his death, but they have a suspicion that he’s dead.

As was reported earlier, the man was angry at the police for a child fight in the prison. He literally riddled the building, ruining the lobby and the second floor from different positions making police officers to run for their lives under pieces of shattered glass. He also installed explosives in the building and smashed the police vehicle before leaving with firing at people that ran after him.

Luckily, no one was hurt during this rampage, except, of course, the attacker himself.

Bullet holes were everywhere, in the building where people were sitting, in the patrol cars where officers have been when the attack began

– said one of the police officers.

James Boulware

James Boulware

James Boulware, the suspect had criminal affairs earlier and tried to lose the police in a van and after a dangerous road chase that lasted for nearly 10 miles, the suspect stopped the vehicle. Police tried to negotiate with the man, but they didn’t succeed and the suspect even accused one of the policemen in stealing his child and called him a terrorist. Fearing of the further rampage in which innocent citizens might have been injured, police called the snipers and they shot the suspect through the window.

Police officials reported that they can’t confirm that the killed man is Boulware and the inc\vestigation on this case is still going on.

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