Monday, July 11, 2016

Four gunmen shoot 11 police officers - killing at least four - and 'leave bombs all over the place' during Dallas protests over police shooting deaths of black men Alton Sterling and Philando Castile

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The 'coordinated' shooters opened fire from 'elevated positions', picking off officers 'ambush style'. Pictured, a police officer lies stricken next to cop cars

Four gunmen have shot 11 police officers - killing four - and may have planted bombs 'all over' downtown Dallas

Snipers fired from 'elevated positions', picking off officers 'ambush style' during a protest over police brutality

Gruesome footage shows a cop being shot execution-style by one of the gunmen as they rampaged through city

Three shooters are in custody but the fourth is still engaged in a shootout with police and says 'the end is coming'

Officers found a suspicious package near where one of the gunmen was caught and a bomb squad are on the scene

Two people are being questioned after being caught speeding away from the scene in a black Mercedes

Police released a picture of a man carrying what appears to be an assault rifle and he has turned himself in

Horrifying footage shows protesters chanting 'hands up, don't shoot' before suddenly scattering as shots are fired

Thousands took to the streets across America to protest against the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile


The shooting started at 8.45pm as hundreds of protesters marched through Dallas demanding justice for two black men shot dead by police earlier this week


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