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Boulder Shooter Ahmad Al Issa was Laughing While Killing People at the Supermarket, Reveals Cops & Eyewitness

By Vinod Dsouza -
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  • 22nd April 2021,
  • 11:41 AM

Syrian born killer who went on a shooting rampage in Boulder, was laughing while killing people, reveal cops and eyewitness.

Syrian born Ahmad Al Issa went on a shooting rampage outside King Soopers supermarket in Boulder, Colorado.

Ahmad Al Issa, who went on a rampage shooting people at the King Soopers supermarket in Boulder, Colorado, was laughing and chuckling while spraying bullets at innocent victims, reveal cops and eyewitness.

The Syrian born killer carried out the brutal massacre using an AR-556 rifle and wore a vest and a body armor to protect himself by being shot at by the police but eventually removed it along with his clothes and remained only in black shorts.

Eyewitnesses spoke out about their harrowing experience to the Denver Post and a woman named Angelina Romero-Chavez said she survived the massacre by barricading herself inside a storage closet along with her boyfriend, Amos Plentywolf, who is also her co-worker, and helped another couple to join them in safety.

Recounting the horror, she said when the shots were fired, she could hear the shooter laughing and chuckling hysterically. ”We could hear a man chuckling,” the 23-year-old survivor recalled and continued as and when ”gunshots were close, we believe it was him chuckling.”

She said she and her boyfriend, Plentywolf, along with another couple survived only because she blocked the door with the store supplies and wires that kept them out of sight from the killer.

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Also, as per police audio records accessed by the Denver Post, the first responders in their radio chat are heard saying, ”this guy is laughing at us.”

Also, Plentywolf’s mother was also at the supermarket but luckily she was in the parking lot but was desperately trying to reach her son.

”He hung up on me,” Semele Plentywolf told the Denver Post and continued that she frantically kept calling and texting the couple as she was worried about their safety. ”I kept trying to call him and text him. There was no answer. I was freaking out,” she said.

Ahmad Al Issa, who was arrested outside the grocery store was sent to the Boulder county jail but inmates began asking jail authorities about him and threatened to take his life.

The shooter was then moved to another prison outside Boulder before being taken to court where the judge read out that he faces ten counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder and additional charges would be filed in the coming weeks.

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