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Shooting At California ICE Office Leaves Two Dead, One Injured

February 17, 2012 By Staff

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Top Story — Two people were killed and another was seriously injured in a shooting Thursday inside a federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency building in Long Beach, California. The shooter allegedly opened fire on his supervisor after an unknown dispute broke out. As the supervisor lay wounded, another agent tried to subdue the gunman before another round of gunfire broke out. Investigators were trying to determine late Thursday whether the gunmen turned his weapon on himself or whether he killed in the ensuing gunfire. The extent of his wounds was not immediately clear.

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1 Comment

Rosa says:

This world is going down the tubes, why don;t people just live and let live. 🙁

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