Texas attorney general: Not clear if Dallas shooting act of lone gunman

July 9, 2016 01:03


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WASHINGTON - It is not yet clear whether the shooting in Dallas that killed five police officers was the act of a lone gunman or multiple shooters, the Texas attorney general said on Friday.

Asked on MSNBC whether the shooting was committed by a single gunman, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said: "Right now, I don't think we know for sure."

"I think they're still interviewing and going through these witnesses, or these suspects that they've brought in," he added. "I don't think we're going to know for a while what we have."

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