Thursday, July 7, 2016


Dallas PD say fourth officer has died after downtown shooting by snipers.

At Least Four Police Officers Killed in Dallas.
Eleven officers were shot after gunfire erupted during protests Thursday night; at least four have died.

Two gunmen shot eleven police officers in Dallas, Texas, during a protest on Thursday night, killing at least four of them. The death toll makes this one of the deadliest days for police in the history of American law enforcement.

At a Thursday night press conference, Dallas Police Department Chief David Brown said the suspects threatened to place a bomb in the downtown area and that his department was coordinating with federal agencies.

Brown also said officers had one of the suspects “cornered,” but did not offer further details.

“Tonight it appears that two snipers shot ten police officers from elevated positions during the protest/rally,” Brown said in an initial statement. “Three officers are deceased, two are in surgery, and three are in critical condition. An intensive search for suspect is currently underway.” The police department later said an eleventh officer had also been injured and a fourth officer had been killed.

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