An unemployed security guard armed with a rifle, shotgun and pistol openedfire inside a crowded restaurant in San Ysidro yesterday, slaughtering 20persons and injuring at least 12 others, some gravely, in the worstone-day death toll by a single killer in U. The gunman fired hundreds of bullets, many of them armor-piercing, in aminute rampage that ended when he was slain by a police sharpshooter. SanYsidro Blvd. Bullets bursting from the restaurant killed four other peopleoutside -- including a little boy who was desperately trying to escape. The motive for the slaughter remained a mystery, investigators said,although a neighbor said Huberty had quarreled earlier in the afternoon. Police Cmdr. He had lots of ammunition and he took the opportunity to reloadseveral times. It was awesome, just incredible. Young kids, adults andfamilies. Gore said the intruder fired hundreds of rounds in thesiege.
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By Alexander Robertson For Mailonline. Barrymore, Jonathan Kenney and Justin Merritt were all present when Stuart died and were held on suspicion of rape and murder six years later. Retired Det Con Susan Jenkins was meant to be the arresting officer but got stuck in traffic, the hearing was told.
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MilliyWorld News politics Nice massacre monster Mohamed Bouhlel went from baby faced teen to muscle-bound mass murderer. Bouhlel, 31, a kickboxer and gym fanatic, is believed to have been taking strong medication to control mood swings which had ruined his marriage. He is also said to be have been addicted to strong cannabis which made his bouts of mental illness more alarming.
Thousands gathered in the southern Kosovo village of Recak on Tuesday to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the mass killing of 45 ethnic Albanians by Serb forces that sparked international anger. The killings were a major factor in NATO deciding to launch an air campaign to end Kosovo's war. The Serbian government of President Slobodan Milosevic claimed at the time that the dead were all members of the rebel Kosovo Liberation Army, killed in combat with state security forces. Top government officials and ordinary people gathered at the cemetery in Recak, 32 kilometres 20 miles south of Pristina. Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj, himself a former KLA fighter, said that the "struggle, the blood, the suffering of our people will never be forgotten". Two decades after Kosovo's war of independence, a court in The Hague has now summoned a small group of former freedom fighters for questioning about their roles in the bloody campaign.