Munich shooter created fake Facebook page to lure teens to McDonalds

Profile of the Munich shooter. Ali David Sonboly the 18 year old man who opened fire in  Munich shopping mall and nearby McDonald's restaurant and killed nine people and wounding 16 others before shooting himself is being investigated and shocking facts are emerging.
Munich shooter Facebook page

First photo of Ali David Sonboly
Ali David Sonboly 

It was premeditated. According to reports, Sonboly created a fake Facebook profile under the alias Selina Akim to entice youngsters to the centre’s McDonald’s branch, before starting his shooting spree at around6.30pm on Friday.

 Munich Police President Hubertus Andrae confirmed the Police force were looking at Ali David Sonboly's real Facebook page.

Police gave a "cautious all clear" early on Saturday morning, more than seven hours after the attack began, and brought much of the city to a standstill as all public transit systems were shut down amid a massive manhunt.

They said a body found near the scene was that of the shooter and he appeared to have acted alone.

No terror group has come out to take responsibility yet. And since 5 of the shooter's victims where adolescents, it is suspected that he was taking revenge for being bullied.

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