Police in the Czech Republic announced that David Kozak, the man who killed 14 people in an armed attack on the University of Prague on December 21, left a letter at his home in which he confessed to killing two other people in the Klanoviki Forest, near Prague, on the 15th of the same month. . Kozak said in the note that he would kill himself, as he did later during the attack on the university after he was surrounded by police. The people killed in the forest were a 32-year-old man and his two-month-old baby daughter.
Initially no one was found responsible for these murders, but soon after the attack on the university, it was hypothesized that it could be Kozak himself: the police had already included him in a long list of suspects and were supposed to question him in the coming days. . Cusack was 24 years old and originally from Houston, near Prague. Until now, the reasons for the attack on the university and other murders are unknown.
On December 21, Kozak stormed the building of the Faculty of Philosophy at Carolina University, one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Europe, killing 14 people with a firearm and wounding 25 others. After the attack on Kozak's father, he was also found dead in his home. Home in the university: According to the police, he was also killed by his son.
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