California gunman stopped shooting to post online

California bar shooting ‘We believe he shot himself’ says sheriff

California bar shooting ‘We believe he shot himself’ says sheriff

Authorities say Ian David Long opened fire at a country music bar in Southern California (California Department of Motor Vehicles via AP) Ventura County Sheriff's deputies stand outside the house of shooting suspect David Ian Long (Richard Vogel/AP) Mourners are seen at a vigil for families of victims of a mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, California, U.S. November 8, 2018. "He took decisive action, and it's just a tragic loss for us", he said.

Orfanos' mother, Susan Schmidt-Orfanos, was shaking with rage and grief when she spoke about how her son was unable to survive two mass killings.

"I have two words: gun control", Orfanos added in an interview with BuzzFeed on Thursday.

Mr Coffman was one of numerous parents frantically calling their loved ones' phones after news of the shooting broke.

"Our hearts ache today for the victims of this heinous act and our deepest condolences are with the Thousand Oaks community and those who lost friends and loved ones. I don't want thoughts", she pleaded emphatically. "I want gun control, and I hope to God nobody else sends me any more prayers".

"The chills go up your spine".

Jason Coffman has identified his 22-year-old son, Cody Coffman, as among the 12 people killed in a shooting rampage at a California bar. "He didn't think it was real", Tim Dominguez said. "You just don't know how to feel. Where are you going to go?' And they shouldn't have to worry about that", Sanford said.

But a law enforcement official said Ian David Long went on social media during the attack and posted about his mental state and whether people would believe he was sane.

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Kelly, a Marine, was able to escape out the back with friends.

Bar-goer Josh Coaly wasn't there during the shooting but showed up after to check on his friends.

He "easily saved hundreds of lives", Brendan Hoolihan, a fellow Las Vegas concertgoer, told The Post.

Kelly, who has a large tattoo on his left arm memorializing the Las Vegas shooting, said that Borderline had become a safe haven for dozens of Vegas survivors and it was common for many of them to hang out there together.

USA media said a number of the young people who were at the bar rampage in California on Wednesday night had survived that massacre.

"It is our home", he said.

The war vet who massacred 12 people in a California bar once shook with rage as he attacked a track coach at his high school, she recalled in a report. But 13 months later, another mass shooter killed him. "Blake, I love you so much and I miss you more than you can imagine". "I didn't know [about] PTSD, but his girlfriend would kind of ask him about things going on with him, because he'd get really upset sometimes and kind of shut down and he wouldn't want to talk about it to people". I have a daughter coming on the 29th of this month.

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