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The charges are numerous. in the celebrations of the American national holiday in early July, was charged this Wednesday of 117 counts, announced the prosecutor in charge of the file. Robert Crimo, 21, had shot the crowd with a semi-automatic rifle from the roof of a trade, , the posh city of the suburbs of Chicago , in Illinois (center of the United States). Life prison incurred the charges held this Wednesday by a large jury include 21 counts for homicide - three for each person killed -, 48 for attempted murder and 48 for aggravated violence with the use of a firearm, i.e. A "for each victim affected by a bullet or a fragment of the ball," said the prosecutor's press release Éric Rinehart. "Our investigation continues," said the latter, noting that the authorities "work day and night to help those who have been affected by this crime". VIDEO. "I took my son and I ran": the July 4 parade attacked by a shooter near Chicago Robert Crimo will appear on August 3 to be notified of the charges allegedly, and not on 28 July as previously announced. He faces life prison without possibility of parole if he is found guilty. This new attack shocked America. In recent months, the country has been struck by several killings, including that of , or .
July 4 shooting suspect charged with seven counts of first-degree murder .
HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. — Residents cheered and applauded prosecutors and police Tuesday as the alleged perpetrator of a deadly Fourth of July shooting rampage in a Chicago suburb was charged with seven counts of first-degree murder. The accused gunman, 21-year-old Robert E. Crimo III, faces the prospect of life in prison with no chance of parole, as well as "dozens" more likely charges, said Lake County state's attorney Eric Rinehart. Another roundThe accused gunman, 21-year-old Robert E. Crimo III, faces the prospect of life in prison with no chance of parole, as well as "dozens" more likely charges, said Lake County state's attorney Eric Rinehart.