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22-Year-Old Who Killed Indiana Mass Shooter Was Armed Because of ‘Constitutional Carry’

22-Year-Old Who Killed Indiana Mass Shooter Was Armed Because of ‘Constitutional Carry’

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The gunman used a rifle to kill three people and injure two others before he was shot dead. He had spent an hour inside a mall bathroom apparently preparing for the attack.

The gunman, identified by the police as Jonathan Douglas Sapirman, 20, killed three people and injured two others. But the deadly spree on Sunday was cut short by a 22-year-old bystander carrying a handgun while shopping with his girlfriend.

The good guy with a gun has been identified as Elisjsha Dicken.

WTHR indicates that the attacker entered the mall just before 5 p.m. and went into the bathroom where he put his cell phone in a toilet and readied his guns.

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He exited the bathroom and began firing at 5:56 p.m.

At 5:57 p.m. Dicken began shooting at the attacker, causing the attacker to attempt to flee back to the bathroom, but he never made it. Instead, he collapsed to the floor.

Dicken had fired ten rounds at the attacker, hitting him an unreported number of times, causing the attacker’s death.

 

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