Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering didn’t identify where the weapon used in Monday’s mass shooting in her city originated from, but She began NBC, I do know it was lawfully obtained. Rotering said that she had known the shooting suspect, Robert E. Crimo III, as a child and that she didn’t suspect him before.
I know him as someone who grew up in many years ago when I was the leader of a Cub Scout group, the town’s administrator informed NBC. He was just a young boy. At least six people were killed in a mass shooting in downtown Highland Park, Illinois, during a Fourth of July parade, and dozens were wounded, authorities said. The suspect was taken into custody on the evening of July 7.
The mayor said some of the posts on Crimo’s social media account were a reflection of their plan and their desire to commit violence for a long time. And it’s one of those things where you say, “Why did this happen? How did somebody become this resentful and hateful?” Then taking it out on people who literally were just having a family outing, looking for fun, Rotering took the inciter’s lead in conspiring crime.
The focus ought to be the fact that there are weapons on our streets that allow anyone to legally obtain them and then take out numerous individuals.