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Authorities believe gunman posted on Facebook around time of shooting, official says

Authorities believe gunman posted on Facebook around time of shooting, official says

Telemachus Orfanos was a graduate of Thousand Oaks High School and later joined the Navy, according to his Facebook page.

Telemachus Orfanos, 27, was a Navy veteran who survived the Las Vegas massacre past year.

"He survived Vegas, where a lot more people died than this. Whether it's the fear of having your own kids that could be involved in something like that, if it's the fear of just being in that environment yourself or just living somewhere where something like that's happened", Whitworth said.

But according to one law enforcement official, the former marine posted about his mental state and whether people would believe he was sane. Orfanos liked to focus on the positive.

"It's a gun culture", he said.

In a video clip that has gone viral on the internet, a distraught Susan Schmidt-Orfanos rejected the habitual calls by politicians for "thoughts and prayers" after the shooting in Thousand Okas, Calfornia, that left her son and 11 others dead. "I don't want thoughts", she pleaded emphatically. "I want those bastards in Congress. they need to pass gun control so no one else has a child that doesn't come home".

The scene was "like hell" when deputies arrived, Dean said.

"I didn't sleep", she explained. "You don't know how to feel".

A law enforcement official said Long posted to social media during the attack.

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Brendan Kelly found himself in a terrifying and familiar scene when bullets started flying at the bar, too.

"The chills go up your spine".

'He reloaded and then just kept on popping them off, ' said Tim, John's stepdad.

Kelly said he dragged one woman out a back emergency exit and then, using his belt, T-shirt and Marine training, applied a tourniquet to his friend's bleeding arm. Two of his friends were killed in the shooting.

Multiple survivors Thousand Oaks shooting at a country bar were also survivors of the Las Vegas shooting at a country concert.

Hundreds of people gathered Thursday evening to remember the dozen people shot and killed at the packed Borderline Bar & Grill the night before. "It's become normalized", he said.

"It is our home", he said. He lives near the bar and said numerous regulars grew up in the area and have known each other since childhood. In a Rolling Stone cover story, Eric Church, a headliner at the Route 91 Harvest festival, said he knew he would get backlash for criticizing the NRA, and he didn't care. Cody. Only he and I know how much I love, how much I miss", he told reporters during a press conference, "Oh son, I love you so much.

"He's doing fine, he is going to be traumatised for a little while as I will I think, because we made it out and there's quite a few people that didn't and they were all young and they had a long life to live", he said. "I'm here for a reason".

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