US authorities have filed additional charges on 43 counts of the shooter from Colorado

Ahmad Alissa opened fire on March 22 near a supermarket in Boulder, killing 10 people.

The US authorities have filed additional charges on 43 counts against Ahmad Alissa, who staged a shooting in Boulder, Colorado, in March, in which 10 people were killed. This was reported on its website by the Fox News channel.

Alissa was previously charged with 10 counts of murder, as well as attempted murder. On Wednesday, Boulder County Prosecutor Michael Dougherty filed additional charges against the 21-year-old man of attempted murder on 33 counts, as well as illegal possession of high-capacity magazines on 10 counts. Earlier, the prosecutor warned that the authorities could bring additional charges against the shooter.

On March 22, Alissa 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 has a mental disorder. They asked for appropriate checks. Earlier, the American media reported with reference to Alissa’s friends that he is prone to sudden outbursts of rage. According to them, the young man had symptoms of a mental disorder; he sometimes thought that someone was watching him.

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Author: Steve Cowan
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