Dallas Police Officers Killing Incident 3 Suspects in Custody Full Details :- USA, DALLAS, Thursday night on 7 July 2016, four police officers were being shot dead while the other 7 got severely injured as around four snipers from a hide out shot at them during a protest rally over shooting by officers in Minnesota and Louisiana earlier this week.
Chief David O. Brown of the Dallas police has said that the police believe four suspects coordinated the attack with rifles and positioned themselves in strategic locations near the route the protesters planned to take. The police had three people in custody as of now and were negotiating in the early-morning hours with a fourth, who was in a garage in downtown Dallas at El Centro, a community college.
That suspect had exchanged gunfire with the police and was being uncooperative in talks, Chief Brown said at a news conference in the lobby of City Hall.
The suspect “has told our negotiators that the end is coming and he’s going to hurt and kill more of us, meaning law enforcement, and that there are bombs all over the place in this garage and downtown,” Chief Brown said.
“We are being very careful in our tactics so that we don’t injure or put any of our officers in harm’s way, including the citizens of Dallas, as we negotiate further,” he added.
The three other suspects are a woman who was taken from the garage and two others who were taken in for questioning after a traffic stop.
Dallas police further said that we get to know during our interrogation that the suspects have threatened to plant a bomb in the city, FBI and ATS have been asked to help in investigation.
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