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Bullet holes seen in Chinese Consulate-General's building in LA, U.S.

(Xinhua)

12:42, December 17, 2011

A bullet hole is seen in a window frame of the Chinese Consulate-General's building in Los Angeles, the United States, Dec. 16, 2011. An Asian man in his 60s turned himself in to police Thursday, claiming responsibility for shooting at the Chinese Consulate-General's building, police said. (Xinhua/Yang Lei)


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PD User at 2011-12-1876.124.224.*
Who is this Asian man? He may have been paid to do the job and may have been released and is now enjoying beef steak and ice cream at his California home.
Stana Fio at 2011-12-1746.115.18.*
Americans fearing that you (China) will ask back Indian country ? Indian continents ... both, south and north one ... arent they ? In german schools, for example, is a pretty well known and repeated fact that Old Cultures from North and Soutzh America got there over Alaska , long ago ... and one can C easily on faces of original population that are Chinese !
Stana Fio at 2011-12-1746.115.18.*
Americans fearing that you (China) will ask back Indian country ? Indian continents ... both, south and north one ... arent they ?
een at 2011-12-17120.165.36.*
this shooter is likely ordered by foreign authority
ming at 2011-12-17110.168.135.*
The shooter should be put in jail. He is too dangerous to let him walk in the street.
  

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