Entertainment USA: A star TikTok dies after a shooting in a California movie
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Anthony Barajas, 19 years and one million subscribers on TikTok, attended the screening last Monday the film 'American Nightmare' when was caught in a shootout. Severely wounded, he died Saturday morning ©SOCIAL NETWORKS - Anthony Barajas, 19 years and one million subscribers on TikTok, attended the screening last Monday of the film "American Nightmare" when he was caught in a shootout. Severely wounded, he died Saturday morning
Anthony Barajas, celebrity social network TikTok, died Saturday from his wounds after a shooting in a Californian cinema, which has claimed another victim, said local police.
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Anthony Barajas, 19, and one of her friends, Rylee Goodrich, attended Monday at a screening ofThe preferred track of the free attack in a film town about 75km from Los Angeles, when a man opened fire.
The film is set in a dystopian future where all crimes, including murder, are legalized one day per year.The two friends, who were among the few spectators that night there had been discovered by theater staff at the end of the session.
Rylee Goodrich had died at the scene while Anthony Barajas, seriously injured, was taken to hospital. He succumbed to his injuries on Saturday morning, said Corona police. Anthony Barajas, known online under the moniker "itsanthonymichael" had almost a million followers on the social network TikTok, where he posted short videos documenting his daily life.
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Police arrested a suspect 20 years old, Joseph Jimenez, but said the focus track a "gratuitous attack". "A gun and other evidence linking him to the crime scene were found" the home of the suspect, said the police. Objects were stolen during the attack, but it does appear to be mobile, according to police, who added that Joseph Jimenez acted alone and had no prior relationship with his victims.19,000 murders by firearms in 2020
The US experiencing a resurgence of violence by firearms described as "epidemic" by President Joe Biden.
The country recorded more than 19,000 murders by firearm in 2020, a year marked by an upsurge in killings in all US cities. In 2012, a heavily armed man killed 12 people in a cinema in Aurora, Colorado, during the screening of "The Dark Knight Rises."
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