The car of the suspected shooter that opened fire on African migrants, identified as Luca Traini, 28, is seen in Macerata, Italy February 3, 2018. Italian Carabinieri/Handout via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS PICTURE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY
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The extreme right-wing suspect in a shooting rampage that wounded six African migrants in Italy has demonstrated no remorse for his actions and was "lucid and determined, aware of what he had done," an Italian law enforcement official said Sunday.Roberti ruled out any connection between Traini and the slain woman.Police photos showed the shooting suspect with a neo-Nazi tattoo prominently on his forehead and an Italian flag tied around his neck.One of the six victims -five African men and Jennifer -- was treated and released Saturday.Jennifer told La Repubblica that she arrived in Italy seven months ago and joined her boyfriend in Macerata.
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