Mass Shooting in Cincinnati
Yesterday in Cincinnati, a mass shooting occurred. The shooter, Omar Enrique Santa-Perez, twenty-nine years of age, opened fire at approximately 9 a.m. in the Fifth Third Center which is located in downtown Cincinnati.
Three or four people were killed, two more were wounded. Santa Perez was using a 9 mm and had with him two hundred plus rounds of ammunition.
Santa-Perez has had numerous encounters with law enforcement and the law, including a lawsuit that he filed in 2017 against CNBC Universal Media LLC and TD Ameritrade Holding Corp.
The case was dismissed and Federal Magistrate Karen Litkovitz wrote that Santa Perez’s allegations were “rambling, difficult to decipher and borders on delusional.”
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