THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — Investigators are still attempting to piece together what led a previous Marine to open fire at a Southern California c and w bar recently, eliminating 12 individuals prior to fatally shooting himself.
Authorities have actually not openly shared what intention they believe may have led Ian David Long to snap late Wednesday night.
“An examination of this magnitude requires time, and it’s not something that we’re going to piecemeal out along the method,” Ventura County Sheriff’s Sgt. Eric Buschow stated Monday. “People are going to need to be client.”
The Borderline Bar and Grill stayed roped off with criminal offense tape Monday. Individuals came by a close-by memorial for victims, that includes 12 big white crosses with every victim’s name on them.
Meanwhile, a federal main informed on the examination informed The Associated Press that Long, 28, published to social networks a minimum of two times throughout the shooting. According to the authorities, who was not licensed to talk about the examination openly and spoke with the AP on condition of privacy, the posts were 3 minutes apart.
The very first stated that others would think why he devoted the attack, and his response was: “life is tiring so why not?” The 2nd post gone over individuals evaluating whether he was sane.
Both Facebook and Instagram have actually scrubbed Long’s accounts from their public platforms.
With the Los Angeles suburban area of Thousand Oaks still reeling, individuals who understood Long have actually explained a male whose aggressive outbursts gone back a minimum of a years.
Two coaches on his high school track group have actually explained Long as challenging and unpredictable.
Neighbors have actually stated they typically heard screaming and banging sounds originating from your home Long shown his mom. One commotion was so severe that a neighbor called authorities, who examined Long’s psychological health however identified he was not a prospect for uncontrolled dedication.
Balsamo reported from New York. Justin Pritchard in Los Angeles contributed.