A masked gunman open fired outside a dallas courthouse. Luckily no one was injured and the shooter died after being shot by police a block away.
Video of the shooting at the Federal Building in downtown Dallas. Shot by apartment resident Tim Brown. Puffs of smoke appear to be from return fire by Federal agents. @FOX4 pic.twitter.com/Qz4JMHxRul
— Brandon Todd (@BrandonToddFOX4) June 17, 2019
FoxNews writes that The 22-year-old masked gunman who fired a rifle at a federal courthouse in Dallas on Monday morning, injuring no one, died after being shot by police — who now must figure out why the shooter opened fire.
The shooter, identified later Monday morning by authorities, had been taken to a hospital after he was captured near the Earle Cabell Federal Building in downtown Dallas — just one block away from where five police officers were murdered in a 2016 ambush attack.
“He had an assault rifle. His face was kinda masked up,” one witness, Alan Wyatt, told KDFW. “And when I saw that I was just in shock. I ran.”
Officials told the Dallas Morning News that Clyde opened fire shortly before 9 a.m. local time. A witness told the newspaper the shooter fired off rounds for about 45 seconds – and a photographer on-scene reported seeing the glass in one of the building’s revolving doors shattered in the…
The staff Photographer from the Dallas News was just feet from the gunman and managed to capture this image of the shooter.