After the bloody Dallas Shooting, another police attack unfold in Baton Rouge, Louisiana that left three law officers dead and three others wounded over the weekend.
Last week Louisiana Police said in an announcement that their department received threats.
On his 29th birthday, the gunman, Galvin Long of Kansas City execute a shooting rampage that killed two police officers and sheriff’s deputy.
According to the Louisiana Police, the weapon utilized by the suspect was AR-15 style semi-automatic rifle. Long, who was an African-American, was a former marine officer who spent his service in Iraq and he was discharge in a sergeant rank in 2010, based on US military data.
In a CNN interview, the police department said the gunman was killed after a gunbattle between him and the responding law enforcers after the said shooting.
The suspect in his social media account posted his dismay amid the disrupted Baton Rouge protest in July 5 killing of Aston Sterling.
“I swear to God I love this city, but I wonder if this city loves me, in uniform I get nasty, hateful looks and out of uniform some consider me a threat,” the suspect’s July 8 social media post.
Police have not officially released the names of the victims, but one was identified as Officer Montrell Jackson by his family. Law enforcers Matthew Gerald and Brad Garafola were also killed in the shooting based on CNN sources.
US President Barack Obama quickly condemned the killings and all attacks on law enforcement.
“We as a nation have to be loud and clear that nothing justifies violence against law enforcement,” Obama said in a White House briefing.
The another police attack was linked to allegedly “police brutality” against the African-American people.