Jersey City Mayor: Gunmen targeted kosher market

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(11 Dec 2019) FOR CLEAN VARIATION SEE TALE NUMBER: apus127966

The mayor of Jersey City claimed Wednesday it’s clear that the shooters in an angry shooting that left 6 people dead targeted a Jewish market.
Mayor Steven Fulop rejected to call it an anti-Semitic attack however stated surveillance video reveals the shooters driving slowly through the city’s streets, and afterwards quiting outside a kosher supermarket where they comfortably left their van as well as immediately opened up fire.
Neither the state attorney general of the United States, who is running the investigation, nor any kind of other police authority has verified the shooters targeted Jews. City Public Safety Director James Shea claimed Tuesday that terrorism wasn’t thought.
A policeman, three onlookers and two suspects all passed away in the violence Tuesday afternoon in Jersey City, just throughout the Hudson River from New York City.
The capturing started near a burial ground, where Detective Joseph Seals, 40, who led the department in the variety of illegal weapons gotten rid of from the roads over the last few years, was lowered by shooting.
The shooters then drove a stolen rental van to an additional component of the city and involved authorities in a lengthy shootout from inside the kosher market, where the other bodies were later on discovered.

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