The man who is accused of firing two workers from India at a bar in Kansas last week, for the first time addressed the court on Monday in a high-profile case that is being investigated as a possible crime of hate.
51-year-old Adam Purinton is accused of murder and attempted murder that occurred last week in Kansas. During the shooting 1 person killed and 2 were wounded. The incident caused concern among the Indians and other communities about the possibility of violence against foreign workers in the United States. The motive is still not installed, and the FBI determines whether executions are treated as Federal crimes of hate. The offender was assigned a lawyer. His next court date is 9 March.
The suspect left the bar and drove away, according to Grillot. It is alleged that he later returned and allegedly opened fire in a bar, according to prosecutors. One of the witnesses reportedly heard the suspect scream "Get out of my country" before the shooting, reports the Kansas City Star, while the police have not confirmed this fact.
Adam was arrested hours later at the restaurant Appleby in Clinton, Missouri. The bartender from the restaurant Appleby told the police that the man admitted to assaulting two people in Olathe and looking for a place to hide. The former candidate for presidents from Democrats Hillary Clinton called on Donald trump to "step up and speak out against the threats and crimes of hate."
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