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BERLIN, July 24. /TASS/. The Munich shooter had planned the attack for one year, Bavaria’s chief of the police Robert Heimberger said on Sunday.
"It (the attack) was planned for one year," he said. "The victims were not picked on purpose." He said, the criminal had bought the weapon on the so-called Darknet, a computer network with restricted access.
On Friday evening the 18-year-old German man of Iranian descent opened gunfire in a shopping mall in Munich, southern Germany, killing nine and wounding 27 more people. Afterwards, he killed himself. He had reportedly been in psychiatric care.