Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Fort Myers Not Terrorist Mass Shooting

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Fort Myers Club Shooting ‘Not an Act of Terror,’ Police SaySan Antonio Express-News1 day ago

...public that the deadly shooting at Club ... morning was not a terrorist act. “The Fort Meyers ...incident is not an act of terror (as it has been referred) or terrorism,” the department said...

Police: Fort Myers nightclub shooting 'not an act of terror'amNewYork1 day ago

Nightclub shooting that killed 2 and injured more than a dozen wasn’t terrorism, police sayWashington Post20 hours ago
Fort Myers Shooting Not Act Of Terror Terrorism in... onlinenews8.com Fort Myers shooting not "act of terror" ... the public that the deadly shooting at Club Blu early Monday...


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2016 Fort Myers nightclub shooting
Location 3580 Evans Avenue,[1] Fort Myers, Florida, U.S.
Coordinates 26.61121°N 81.86279°WCoordinates: 26.61121°N 81.86279°W
Date July 25, 2016
c. 12:30 a.m. EDT[2] (UTC−04:00)
Deaths 2
Non-fatal injuries 14–17

On July 25, 2016, a shooting occurred inside the Club Blu Bar and Grill nightclub in Fort Myers, Florida,[3] United States. Two people were killed, and fourteen to seventeen others were injured.[2][3][4]

Two suspects and a person of interest have been detained in connection with the shooting.[5] The venue was reportedly hosting an all-ages event for teenagers, and identification was not required.[6] Two people were killed in the shooting, and many others were injured.[2][3][4]

City officials along with law enforcement agencies held a press conference after the shooting. At the conference, Florida Governor Rick Scott pledged to help the victims and bring the perpetrators to justice. The Attorney General of Florida Pam Bondi called the attack "truly heartbreaking" and informed that her office is offering assistance to the victims and their families.[7]

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Three linked to Fort Myers club shooting identified fox4now Jul 25, 2016 FORT MYERS, Fla. -- - The Lee County Sheriff's Office has identified three men arrested early Monday... have not been charged in connection with the shooting attack at the Club Blu Bar and Grill in Fort Myers just after midnight Monday.  .. arrested include Derrick Church, Demetrius O'Neal and Tajze Battle.   Church is charged with aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer and fleeing and eluding.  O'Neal and Battle are each charged with resisting without violence....  two suspicious vehicles, one white and another green, possibly connected to the club shooting. ...driver fled traffic stop.  A Lee County deputy unit assisted in the pursuit and used a pit maneuver to bring the car to a stop.  Two people, O'Neal and Battle, ran from the stopped car while Church accelerated toward the deputy and the deputy shot at Church, striking him in the stomach. Church was taken to the hospital, treated, then arrested.  Battle and O'Neal were eventually captured.