In Australia unknown shot a family with four children.
In Australia there was the mass murder in the last 22 years. On a remote farm town Osmington in Western Australia, the police found the bodies of seven people. Four of them — children. Neighbors heard gunshots at 4 a.m., but decided that it was hunting kangaroos. The police believes that the killer first shot the people who lived on the farm and then committed suicide, reports Rus.Media.
It tells the Daily Mail, the farm was owned by Peter and Sindh miles. There lived with their daughter Katherine Cookman with four children from 8 to 13 years. Peter and Sindh specially built a farm in the distance to start growing vegetables and to safely raise grandchildren.
In a recent communication on Facebook Katherine remembered that her three sons and a daughter suffering from autism. She complained on her ex-husband, who doggedly pursued the family. Locals say that Katherine always really cared about kids and was a nice neighbor. But her former husband, they speak with distaste, remembering that he was “just crazy.”
The tragedy shocked the whole of Australia — on the continent for 22 years, was not mass murder. Many residents of Osmington admit that now they do not feel safe as before. It is a quiet agricultural district, no one expected such a tragedy.