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Title: Dallas killer had "devastating other projects"
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The police chief of the city revealed that Micah Johnson probably planned other attacks. An arsenal and explosives were found in his home. ...
The police chief of the city revealed that Micah Johnson probably planned other attacks. An arsenal and explosives were found in his home.

Micah Johnson would probably not stop there. The Dallas killer who killed five policemen on the sidelines of a peaceful gathering himself had indicated that he had prepared bombs during negotiations with police. This former soldier of 25 years, which also wounded seven other officers had "other projects" given the arsenal of war returned home, said the head of the Dallas police, David Brown, the chain CNN.
Police found in his home in Mesquite, a suburb of Dallas, material for making bombs, guns, ammunition, and combat tactics book. "The suspect had practiced detonating explosive material was important enough to have a devastating impact in the city and in the northern region of Texas," said David Brown.

A planned attack

Johnson had planned his killing well before the death of two blacks in the police bullets, Louisiana on Tuesday and Wednesday in Minnesota, according to the police chief. These deaths filmed in videos deeply shocked America. "We believe" that Johnson had planned before his killing both cases "that have only trigger delirium and accelerate its projects," according to the police chief.
During his confrontation with the police after which Johnson was killed by a bomb activated by a robot, he "lied us, made us walk, made fun of us, singing and wondered how [police] he had, saying that he wanted to kill more and there were bombs, "recounted David Brown. "The negotiation is therefore not progressed at all" because "he was determined to kill other police officers and without our action, he would have killed others," said the policeman.
The wounded suspect apparently has also written the letters "RB" with his own blood on a wall of the building in which he was trapped by the police, said David Brown, who does not know what those letters mean. Johnson, who is African-American, and apparently supported black separatist groups advocating hatred, also asked for the negotiation to only talk to a black police officer, according to the police chief.

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