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Familiar anger greets a deadly Illinois shooting. Weapons were legally purchased: Mayor

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The Canadian Press

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A Lake Forest, Ill., police officer walks down Central Ave in Highland Park, Ill., on Monday, July 4, 2022, after a shooter fired on the northern suburb's Fourth of July parade.
Lake Forest, Illinois, Police Officers Walk on Highland Park, Central Avenue, Illinois increase. After a shooter fired at the Independence Day parade in the northern suburbs on Monday, July 4, 2022. Photo: Brian Cassella/Associated Press

Highland Park, Illinois — Mayor of Chicago, USA What was hurt in the latest shootings is that she was once the leader of the Gunman Cub Scout Pack.

Nancy Rotelling told CNN that she expects 22-year-old Robert E. Climo III to be formally prosecuted later today.

Rotelling also states that she understands that murder weapons have been legally obtained.

During the July 4th Independence Day parade, bullets rang in Highland Park, Illinois, killing six people and injuring more than 20.

A video clip posted on social media shows a festive panic when a drinker notices they are exposed to fire and scrambles to cover them. I fell into it.

The violence occurred just six weeks after the deadly primary school rampage in Uvalde, Texas, killing 19 children and two teachers.

The confluence of American birthdays and the epidemic of gun violence undoubtedly evoke familiar wounds, helplessness, and anger.

"Many years ago, he was just a little boy, a quiet little boy I knew," Rotelling said.

"It breaks my heart. It definitely breaks my heart."

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mallorcus said, "I was hit by a tragedy. He mentioned "Japan's Celebration" and praised the efforts of local law enforcement agencies.

"We need more security in our hometown. New community-based prevention and intervention strategies require us all to work together to combat the epidemic of targeted gun violence. In a tweet late Monday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau expressed his condolences to the victims, their families, and the Highland Park community.

They "have themselves. They only wanted to celebrate the country, but instead changed their lives forever, "Trudeau tweeted.

"To the loved ones of the injured and the victims: Canadians keep you in our minds."

This report by The Canadian Press was published in 2022. First published on the 5th of March. Sign up to receive daily top stories from

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