Private party was going on in America, the attacker made a rapid firing, killing 1, 4 injured

Private party was going on in America, the attacker made a rapid firing, killing 1, 4 injured

Shooting in a club in Missouri: One person was killed and four others were injured in an overnight shootout at the 'American Legion' club in Missouri State, Missouri, USA. According to the information, the condition of two people is said to be more serious, while the treatment of two other injured is being done in the local hospital. No person has been arrested yet.

'KAIT-TV' reported that five persons were found from inside the 'American Legion' building in Kennet after the incident of firing at around 12:30 pm on Saturday. One of them had died. Police is searching for the attacker in the entire area. The Missouri State Patrol and the Dunklin Sheriff's Office are investigating the entire case. The American Legion Post 66 building is near the Delta Fairgrounds in Kennett. The population of this city is about 10 thousand. The building was rented and Kennet Mayor Chancellor Wayne told Delta Dunlin Democrats that a private party was going on here on Saturday night.

No arrests yet

The police has refused to give additional information in this regard. Police say that information is being collected in this case right now and investigation is going on. Police said that the condition of two people is more serious and they have been given an air lift. The identity of those killed in the attack has also not been made public. Police said that help is being sought in the investigation of police officers of many cities. The hunt for the attacker continues. But so far they have not received any suspicious information.


Big disclosure in Jamal Khashoggi case, connection of Saudi planes to the planes used by the killers

Big disclosure in Jamal Khashoggi case, connection of Saudi planes to the planes used by the killers

Jamal Khashoggi Case Update: The murder case of American citizen and journalist of Saudi Arabia Jamal Khashoggi has once again come under discussion. In this case, from the beginning, the name of the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBhammed bin Salman) is being added. Now the news has come that the team sent from Saudi Arabia who allegedly killed Khashoggi used two planes. These aircraft belonged to the same company, which was confiscated by MBS. This thing has recently come up in the documents filed in the court.

According to a CNN report, the documents were filed earlier this year under a Canadian civil lawsuit. It is written 'Top Secret' and is signed by the Saudi Arabian minister. The documents describe how Sky Prime Aviation was ordered to be transferred to the wealth fund of the country in late 2017. It is reported that the company's planes were later used in the murder of Khashoggi (Jamal Khashoggi Assassination) in October 2018. This wealth fund of the country is known as Public Investment Fund.

This person accused MBS

The fund is controlled by the Saudi royal family and is headed by MBS. In fact, a group of Saudi government companies have submitted documents related to embezzlement in Canada. The case has been filed against Saudi high intelligence officer Saad Alzabari. He (Saad Alzabari) filed a lawsuit against MBS in a district court in Washington DC, US last year, before this case was filed against Alzabari. He alleged that the Saudi Prince had sent a team to Canada to kill Khashoggi a few days after his death.

This information was also revealed earlier

MBS was also summoned through WhatsApp, but his lawyer told the court that the case should be dismissed. Shortly after Khashogi's assassination, the Wall Street general had quoted people aware of the case as saying that the planes used by Khashogi's killers belonged to the same company that MBS controlled. With this, the US can also present an intelligence report in the case soon. In which more information about the case has been given. Khashogi was murdered at the Saudi Embassy in Istanbul, Turkey. Then the CIA (Jamal Khashoggi CIA) had said that it was MBS who ordered this murder. But intelligence officials were silent at the time.


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