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Man shoots blanks at Spanish Supreme Court

A man in a security guard’s uniform fired several blank shots inside the Spanish Supreme Court building in Madrid on Friday and was immediately arrested, court workers and police sources said. Although security guards found one gun in a bag as it passed through a security scanner, the man, who was wearing the uniform of a private security firm, was carrying another gun, which he fired after triggering a walk-through alarm system. “The security machines detected two guns … and he was able to use one of those to fire six shots. He was then apprehended by security guards,” court spokesman Agustin Zurita Pinilla told reporters. “Of course, there were no injuries as they were blank shots.” Full Story

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