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United States, a teenage boy shot 2 people who asked him how tall he was and killed him. Last weekend, a 10-year-old girl and a 20-month-old baby died in so-called'Don't Ask' shootings, which shocked American society.
This is Han Se-hyun.
A black teenage boy comes into a convenience store.
After a while, the boy runs out of a hurry somewhere.
Two boys of age who followed a convenience store were killed and fired.
Police in Chicago, USA, arrested a 19-year-old black man, Roy Roy, for shooting and killing two boys aged 16 and 17.
The reason for the crime was that the two boys asked him how tall he was, and he wished they were too tall.
The two boys, who were shot in the chest, back, and legs, were taken to the hospital, but died.
The battle fleeing after the crime was caught in the police while hiding in a nearby motel.
On the weekend, in Chicago, a so-called'Don't Ask Guns' event that fired a gun in a passing vehicle occurred in succession, killing a 10-year-old girl and a 20-month-old baby.
The police are chasing the suspect with a bounty of $14,000 and $16 million in our money.
[David O. Brown/Chief of the Chicago Police Department: We lost a young and innocent life. We must all be angry at this kind of violence.]
Earlier, in Chicago alone, at least 106 gunshots occurred over the past four days from the 19th, the day of liberation, 104 wounded and 14 killed.
"How tall are you?" When asked, the gun was killed... American society in shock
In the United States, a teenage boy was shot dead by two people who asked him how tall he was. Last weekend, a 10-year-old girl and a 20-month-old baby died in so-called'Don't Ask' shootings, which shocked American society.
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