Glock 19

January 9, 2011 by staff 

Glock 19, The weapon used in armed attack Saturday in Arizona, Glock model 19, was purchased legally and have a charger for 30 cartridges, said U.S. law enforcement sources quoted by Mediafax.

The sources could not specifying when and where the gun was purchased used by the author attack killed six people and injuring another 12, including U.S. congressmen and Gabrielle Giffords.

Charger was probably bought another occasion only weapon, probably purchased a few years ago, said sources cited.

U.S. authorities believe the suspect arrested at the attack has not acted alone and looking for another person, who accompanied him. The person sought is a white man, aged about 50 years, alleged that he assisted the suspect, said Pima County sheriff, Clarence Dupnik. He added that the arrested suspect had contacts with the police in relation to other threats.

Jared Lee is Loughner suspect, aged 22 years, and wrote several messages online to express distrust of government and admiration for books like Mein Kampf, Communist Manifesto, or Peter Pan.

“There is reason to believe that this person has a mental problem and I think people are not balanced at particular violent speech,” said Dupnik. “Violence” in the public debate was one of the recurring themes Dupnik’s statements, accusing the media for ‘violent rhetoric’ of television and radio broadcasts.

The U.S. military announced after the attack, the suspect was not part of the armed forces. “He tried to enlist in the army but was rejected. Under the legislation, we will not discuss why it was rejected,” it said in a statement the armed forces.

The suspect opened fire Saturday morning in a parking lot in Tucson, killing six people – including a girl of nine years and a federal judge – and injuring another 12, including lies and Gabrielle Giffords, a member of the House of Representatives.

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