Boulder shooting suspect accused of using a large magazine

Denver (AP) — A Colorado local prosecutor has banned a man who was charged with killing 10 people in a boulder supermarket last month by state legislators in response to a recent shooting. He has filed more than 40 felony charges for using. ..

Court documents outlining the new allegations include 19 new victims (11 law enforcement officers) accused of attempting to kill Ahmad al-Ariwi Alyssa, 21, during the attack. Including) is described. Some victims have specified two different theories that Alyssa attempted to kill them either intentionally or through “extreme indifference” to human life, and one attempted murder associated with them. Has multiple counts of.

In 2013, Colorado lawmakers banned the sale of magazines holding more than 15 magazines in response to mass shootings at a cinema in the suburbs of Denver and Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut the previous year. Nevertheless, Survey by KUSA-TV It turns out that some gun shops are circumventing the law by selling disassembled parts of large-capacity magazines that buyers can assemble themselves.

Investigators said Alyssa had legally purchased the Ruger AR-556 pistol. This is similar to the slightly low stock AR-15 rifle. He has been accused of using it in a shoot six days after passing the background check.

Alyssa’s defense sought time to evaluate what one of his lawyers called his “mental illness,” but did not provide details about the condition. He has not yet been asked to enter his charges, and his representative public defender is prohibited from telling the media about the case under office policy.