Monday, December 19, 2022

My Daddy's Got A Gun: Granddaddy Murders Five Condo Board Members In Each Of Their Apartments' - Before Being Shot Dead By Cops

Elderly Canadian resident, 73, with $1million lawsuit against condo building murders 'five board members in each of their apartments' - before being shot dead by cops 

Five people were shot dead by a gunman who went on a rampage in suburban Toronto condo building before cops stormed the building and killed him. Canadian police say the unnamed suspect started shooting in an apartment complex in Vaughan, Ontario, shortly before 7.30pm on Sunday night. The 'elderly resident', 73, reportedly shot five residents dead in different apartments - believed to be condo board members - before being shot by police. He is understood to have lodged a civil complaint against the condo corporation for $1million - but his exact grievances are unclear. On arrival officers were confronted by the gunman at the building near Jane Street and Rutherford Road. Inside emergency services found a 'horrendous scene' and have since confirmed that a total of six people, including the suspect, have died.The horrific incident took place in the suburbs 30km (20 miles) north of downtown Toronto, a city that prides itself on its longstanding safety. The type of weapon used in the latest incident has not been disclosed by police - the sale of handguns was banned in Canada earlier this year in response to a mass shooting that saw 22 people killed in Nova Scotia in April 2020. Chief James MacSween, of York Regional Police, said: 'There is no further threat to the community at this point. We offer our sincere condolences to the victims and their families.' Source

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