Osama Al-Mousa spoke to the British newspaper, explaining that Ahmed was sitting alone during Family visitsHe rarely spoke, describing his behavior as “strange.”
Osama added, “Ahmed used to work with his family in Resturant Of their own. He did not have many friends, and was distinguished by his stupidity, “as he put it.
And he indicated that Ahmed lived with his parents, in the basement of their 7-room house, which cost 800 thousand dollars in Arvada, Colorado, and was working in his brother’s restaurant, which has been closed since the attack.
Osama described the condition of Ahmed’s family upon hearing the news of his arrest, that his father was distraught and burst into tears.
He explained that his family does not know any information related to Ahmed’s motives for undertaking such a criminal act.
According to Osama, Ahmed’s family initially thought he had been killed in the shooting, and they never expected him to be the perpetrator of the attack.
Reveal the identities of the victims
The day after the shooting incident in ColoradoInformation began to reveal about some of the victims of the attack, which left 10 dead.
The attacker killed 3 people who were working inside the “King Supers” grocery store in Table Mesa, where the tragic accident occurred, along with the slain officer Eric Tally.
Among the other victims was a photographer magazine, A medical care agent, and others were spending their day in a crowded shopping yard on the site, according to the “Associated Press.”
The ages of those who lost their lives in the accident ranged from 20 to 65 years.
All the victims have been identified: Denny Stung, 20, Nevin Stanissek, 23, Ricky Olds, 25, Traluna Partkoviak, 49, Police Officer Eric Tally, 51, Susan Fontane, 59. ), Terry Leaker (51), Kevin Mahoney (61), Lynn Murray (62), and Judy Waters (65).
According to the police, the suspect is Ahmed Al-Alaiwi Al-Issa from the city of Arvada, and he is in stable condition after he was shot in the leg during a shootout with police Monday afternoon in the King Sobers store in Boulder, 45 kilometers northwest of Denver.
Investigators said they were confident that this was Al-Issas individual work, but did not go into any details about the possible motives for the massacre.
“It is too early to draw any conclusions at the moment,” said Michael Schneider, in charge of the FBI field office in Denver, during a press briefing.