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Sunday, April 24, 2016

OMICIDIO DI MASSA IN OHIO


Le vittime sono 7 adulti e un ragazzo di 16 anni. Sono sopravvissuti i due bimbi e il neonato. La mamma è stata uccisa nel suo letto. Ancora non è chiara la dinamica dell'accaduto. L'assassino, che ha esploso i colpi in quattro diverse case, è in fuga. Isolate per precauzione le scuole locali



NEW YORK - Sono otto le persone uccise in Ohio: si tratta di sette adulti e di un ragazzo di 16 anni, tutti appartenenti a una stessa famiglia, mentre due bambini piccoli e un neonato, inizialmente inseriti tra le vittime, sono sopravissuti. Lo ha confermato il procuratore generale dello stato, Mike DeWine, spiegando che si tratta di membri della famiglia Rhoden, tutti residenti nella contea di Pike. Secondo lo sceriffo Charles Reader, le vittime sono state uccise con un colpo alla testa, alcune mentre dormivano "in stile esecuzione".


I sopravvissuti alla strage, dunque, sono due bambini e un neonato di 4 giorni. "La mamma è stata uccisa nel suo letto", ha aggiunto il procuratore durante una conferenza stampa.  Lo sceriffo ha allertato la popolazione perché l'assassino, definito "armato e pericoloso" è ancora in circolazione. Sconosciute al momento le cause del gesto.

La ricostruzione. L'uomo ha aperto il fuoco in quattro diversi punti dentro e vicino una casa in Ohio, alla periferia di Cincinnati. Stando ai media locali l'assalitore è ancora in fuga. Anche l'Fbi sta "monitorando con attenzione" gli sviluppi della caccia all'uomo. Ignoto per il momento il movente della strage. Secondo la ricostruzione della polizia, un individuo non ancora identificato ha sparato all'impazzata a Peebles, piccola località dell'Ohio situata circa 112 chilometri a est di Cincinnati. Una scuola elementare e una scuola superiore sono state isolate nel Pike County. Alunni e docenti non possono né lasciare l'edificio né entrarvi.


"Tragedia oltre comprensione". Il governatore dell'Ohio e candidato per la nomination repubblicana John Kasich, fa sapere che il suo ufficio sta monitorando con attenzione le indagini in corso. Un fatto - ha detto - "tragico oltre la comprensione".

Usa, è strage in Ohio: 8 morti. "Come un'esecuzione" 22 aprile 2016

CHILLICOTHE, Ohio. — There are currently more questions than answers surrounding Friday's mass shooting in Pike County.
Here is what we know so far (will be updated as new information arrives):
TIMELINE
7:53 a.m., Friday: The Pike County Sheriff’s Office is called to 4077 Union Hill Road. The caller says there is a lot of blood and two male victims.
As deputies are responding, they are flagged down and told about two more addresses, 4199 and 3122 Union Hill Road. In all, seven victims, all adults, are found dead in the three homes.
1:36 p.m., Friday: Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine sends out a news release stating that at least seven people were murdered in “execution-style killings.” DeWine says it is not an active-shooter situation. However, investigators are still trying to determine if the killer — or killers — is among the victims or on the loose.
Unspecified time, Friday afternoon: Officials are alerted to a fourth crime scene on Left Fork Road, where an eighth victim, a 16-year-old male, is found.
4:15 p.m., Friday: DeWine and Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader host a press conference. They confirm seven adults and a 16-year-old boy are dead. All were shot in the head. Many were in bed at the time.
Only three children survived — a now 5-day-old, a 6-month-old and a 3-year-old.
THE RHODEN FAMILY
Victims of the mass shooting were all related.
The first seven victims were located by Pike County deputies at 4077 Union Hill Road, 4199 Union Hill Road and 3122 Union Hill Road, all in Pike County.
The initial 911 call was for the 4077 Union Hill address, which is the home of Christopher Rhoden.
Pastor Phil Fulton, of Union Hill Church, said one of the deceased is 37-year-old Dana Manley Rhoden, Christopher Rhoden's ex-wife.
A fourth crime scene with an eighth victim, a 16-year-old boy, was established near Left Fork Road's intersection with OH 772 in Pike County.
Three small children, a now 5-day-old, a 6-month-old and a 3-year-old survived the shootings. The Pike County Sheriff's Office and the Ohio Attorney General's Office have not said who is currently caring for the children.
THE INVESTIGATION
With four crime scenes, the investigation is a large and complex one, Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader said Friday.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's office was contacted at the outset of the investigation and sent more than 30 Bureau of Criminal Investigation agents to the scenes.
At a Friday press conference, DeWine said evidence at the scenes did not indicate any of the eight deaths were via suicide, suggesting a suspect is still at large.
Police detained a "person of interest" in Chillicothe late Friday night, but DeWine said that person was just one of 30 who were interviewed Friday in connection with the case.
Reader said the family appeared to be targeted and there was "no specific threat to the community."
A Saturday morning press release distributed by the Attorney General's Office said no arrests have been made and Ohio Gov. John Kasich had been briefed on the situation.
The Hamilton County Coroner's Office is performing the victim autopsies Saturday, the Attorney General's Office said.
Authorities are urging anyone with information that could help to call 855-BCI-OHIO.

What we know: Pike County, Ohio, mass shooting USA TODAY NETWORKChillicothe (Ohio) Gazette1:16 a.m. EDT April 24, 2016

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