Indiana Mall Shooting

The image provided on Monday, July 18, 2022 by the Greenwood Police Department shows Jonathan Douglas Sapirman, 20, who police say fatally shot two people, Sunday, July 17, after he opened fire with a rifle in a food court and before an armed civilian shot and killed him at the Greenwood Park Mall in Greenwood, Ind. (AP Photo/Greenwood Police Department via AP)

GREENWOOD, Ind. (AP) — A gunman who shot five people at a suburban Indianapolis shopping mall, killing three of them before a shopper shot and killed him, was a 20-year-old local man who was apparently facing eviction, authorities said, Monday.

Jonathan Sapirman, of Greenwood, began firing after leaving a bathroom at the Greenwood Park Mall shortly before it closed, Sunday evening, the city’s police chief, James Ison, said at a news conference.

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Jimzan 2.0

""if not for a responsible armed citizen"" He did a Great Job....not like the police in Uvalde. Do you want to put your life in the hands of Govt. cowards that may just listen to you, as you cry out for help...and do nothing...? Protect yourself...Political scum wants you unarmed..so they can inflict major B.S. laws upon you..(worse than mask mandate), and you are helpless to rise up. There will always be POS that use firearms to kill...dont make it to where they are the only ones with guns. Dictators and useful Idiots fear an armed society..and listening to children scream will be the outcome if you rely on the Govt (city, state, etc) to protect you, and give away that ability to the gun grabbing dirtbags.

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