Family of Dallas shooter speaks out, as US protests continue

An honor guard place five large portraits of the officers killed in last week's sniper shooting, during a candlelight vigil outside Dallas City Hall on July 11, 2016As Dallas came to grips with the aftermath of last week’s sniper shooting targeting police, new details emerged about the gunman and his troubled past. People on Monday took to the streets again in fresh protests over police shootings of black Americans, with hundreds of protesters blocking streets in America’s third largest city Chicago. The parents of gunman Micah Johnson, who killed five police officers during an ambush in Dallas on Thursday, said he was “disappointed” and grew reclusive after being discharged from the US Army in 2015.

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