Dallas police shooting: ‘Black Power group’ claims responsibility for police killings and warns of more assassinations to come
“More Will Be Assassinated In The Coming Days! Do You Like The Work Of Our Assassins? Get Your Own Sniper” read a post on the Black Power Political Organisation Facebook account
A Facebook page claiming to represent a black power group has posted messages claiming responsibility for the deaths of five police officers in Dallas.
Police: Dallas Shooting Suspect Micah Johnson “Wanted To Kill White People”
DALLAS (CBSDFW/1080 KRLD) – In the aftermath of the Thursday night ambush in downtown Dallas that left 5 police officers dead and several more wounded, very little is known about the shooting suspects.
According to Dallas officials, one male suspect is dead and three more, two men and one woman are in custody.
At least 5 Dallas police officers killed, 6 more wounded in protest shooting; Obama calls attack ‘vicious’
President Barack Obama called the shootings in Dallas that left five police officers dead and several others wounded during a protest against police on Friday a “vicious, calculated and despicable attack on law enforcement.”
Obama, speaking from at a NATO summit in Poland, that America is “horrified” over the shootings and asked all Americans to pray for the fallen officers and their families. He also said the nation should express its gratitude to those serving in law enforcement.
Four snipers shoot 11 police officers in Dallas - killing at least FIVE
Four gunmen have shot 11 police officers - killing at least five - in a Black Lives Matter protest in downtown Dallas described by President Obama as a ‘vicious, calculated and despicable attack on law enforcement’.
One of the police officers killed in the attack has been identified as 43-year-old Dart Officer Brent Thompson.
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