Barack Obama on Baton Rouge
July 17, 2016 by staff
Barack Obama on Baton Rouge, Three policemen were killed after a shooting in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Sunday and three wounded, one seriously. The attacker also died, and police said they do not believe any other suspects currently threatening the city.
President Obama condemned the shooting and said the attacks to the police were “attacks on all of us and the rule of law that makes society possible.”
At about 8:40 a.m. officers responded to a report of a man with a rifle and wearing black for a convenience store, police Col. Mike Edmonson state told reporters Sunday afternoon. Two minutes later, gunshots were reported on the police radio, a recording of which was posted online.
“It is assumed that a lady came over and said there’s a guy walking with a coat and an assault rifle behind the store,” an official tells another recording, just before a second screams in the line: “Shooting Shooting wounded agent, officer down!”
A gunfight broke out between the officers and the suspect, and within minutes had ended with the gunman dead of a car wash near the highway. A chorus of voices on the radio continued: “He is not in sight Possible sniper.”.
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