Several civilians confirmed that the government was continuing its advance into the Old City. The rebels made no offer to pull out of Aleppo , though their proposal promised to negotiate the fate of the city when the humanitarian crisis eases.
Americus Police Chief Mark Scott said the officers were looking for Hembrick. GBI director Vernon Keenan held a press conference to appeal to Minquell Lembrick, the suspect in the shooting of two Americus officers, to turn himself in.
Richardson said Roof's two-hour confession to police was recorded and will be played in court. "There were so many shots", said Sanders, the first witness to testify at Roof's federal death penalty trial. Sanders said the pastor of the church, Rev. Clementa Pinckney, was the first to be hit by gunfire. "I muzzled her face to my body so tight, that I thought I suffocated her", Sanders said.
Before making statements, all details should be checked. But the state government said the Army did not obtain "permission" to conduct the exercise and rushed into it; law and order was very much a state government domain, seniors in the government said.
It is unclear which side fired the shells, as both sides have forces in the area, and are trying to get the upper-hand in the fighting. Syrian rebels vowed to continue fighting against regime advances in east Aleppo that had imposed a brutal and catastrophic humanitarian disaster against rebel families over the last six months.
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