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Uncle Robert Klimo, suspected of shooting at Highland Park, apologizes for the slaughter

Highland Park's uncle, Robert Climo III, suspected of shooting at Highland Park, talks about the July 4 Independence Day massacre. , "I'm deeply and deeply sorry," I apologize. Deadly attack.

Paul Klimo said he lived with his nephew, a murderer, and his 21-year-old father, and that the young man was staying in another apartment behind a local home.

"I'm deeply and deeply sorry for everyone who lost their lives and was injured,"
Paul Crimo told WFLD-TVat the end of Monday. His nephew was a wealthy Independence Day parade on the outskirts of Chicago, namedearlier in the day as a bloody and interested person.

Authorities believe that Klimo used a powerful AR-15-style rifle to shoot crowds from the roof, killing six innocent people and injuring more than 40. It states.

"We sincerely apologize to all who lost their lives and were injured," said Paul Climo. "From the bottom of my heart, I'm grieving, and my heart shatters when I hear this. I can't believe it."

Kurimo became Mayor of Highland Park in 2019. He and his brother, Robert Climo Jr., who couldn't run, said they were well known in the area.

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"We have a good personality," Paul Climo paired. Talked about. "Everyone loves us, and this breaks my heart to hear about all of this."

Paul Crimo tells CNNand WFLD, a gun. He said there were no signs of warning before the shootings. He told the station that he last met his nephew late Sunday.

"When he got home, he said" hello "to him. Then when he went downstairs, he said "goodbye". He said, "Goodbye." That's it, "Kurimo said. "I haven't seen anything that triggered him to do this."

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Authorities legalize guns used in attacks in Illinois within the past year The suspect, who said he bought it, didn't say anything, Paul Climo said.

"He sometimes helped me around the house," said Paul Climo. "And there were no signs of problems. There were no signs of trouble. And if I saw signs, I would have said something. But there were no signs of problems.

Kurimo said his nephew didn't go to college and liked to draw, but he was a monopolized "YouTube rapper." According to the report, he used to work in Panela but has recently been unemployed.

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"He's a really quiet kid, he keeps everything himself, and he doesn't express himself," said Paul Climo. "He's just sitting on his computer. Basically, there's no interaction between him and me."

Paul Crimo says Chicago Sun-TimesHe told me that his nephew had left the silver Acura parked in the front yard of his house.

"He was always very good," Kurimo told his nephew's newspaper. "I can't say anything bad about him."

Paul Crimo said he had a problem handling the shootings on Monday.

"I can't believe it, it's like a dream," he told WFLD. "I am deeply grieving, and I will be grieving for the rest of my life. I sincerely apologize."