Deadly Shooting at Prague University Leaves Dozens Dead
Prague, Czech Republic – In a tragic turn of events, a student opened fire at a university in Prague, leaving more than a dozen people dead and several injured. The shooter has been identified as David Kozak, who had previously confessed to a heinous crime in a chilling letter.
The letter, found at Kozak’s residence in Hostouň, revealed his involvement in the murders of a 2-month-old baby and her father. Unfortunately, due to an ongoing investigation, the contents of the letter cannot be disclosed to the public.
Even before this horrifying shooting at the university, Kozak was already a suspect in the aforementioned double murders. The victims’ bodies were discovered in the Klánovický les National Forest, intensifying the search for the dangerous individual.
Authorities received a tip suggesting that Kozak was planning to head to Prague with the intention of ending his own life, but little did they know the extent of the violence he would bring upon innocent lives. Police swiftly arrived at the university campus in response to reports of an active shooter.
During the shooting, Kozak was armed with an extensive arsenal of weapons and ammunition. Eyewitnesses recounted that he was shouting about killing his father before mercilessly carrying out the massacre.
The devastating impact of this incident has led the Czech government to declare a national day of mourning on December 23rd. This mass shooting marks the darkest day in the nation’s history, leaving the entire country in a state of shock and mourning.
Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala condemned the violent attack as “senseless” and called for unity and respect towards the victims. The Prime Minister’s heartfelt words highlighted the importance of coming together as a nation to support those affected by this tragedy.
As investigations continue, the grim reality of the incident has sent shockwaves throughout the Czech Republic. The Daily Guardian extends its deepest condolences to the families and friends of the victims, hoping for swift justice and healing in the wake of this horrific event.
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