US authorities have filed additional charges against the shooter in Colorado

Ahmad Alissa faces 115 criminal charges, including 47 aggravating circumstances caused by the commission of violent crimes.

The US authorities have filed additional charges against Ahmad Alissa, who staged a shooting in March in Boulder, Colorado, in which 10 people were killed. This was reported on its website by the Fox News channel.

According to him, Alissa is currently facing 115 criminal charges, including 47 aggravating circumstances caused by the commission of violent crimes. The additional charges, among other things, name eight victims of the attempted murder – those people who were near the store when Alyssa opened fire.

On March 22, Alyssa opened fire near a supermarket in Boulder, killing 10 people, including a police officer. The shooter was later arrested. According to the authorities, Alissa had no accomplices. According to the lawyers of the accused, their client suffers from a mental disorder. They asked for appropriate checks.

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Author: Steve Cowan
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