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Trolley Square Shooter's Family Reacts to Indictments

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The family of the Trolley Square shooter says it's great that charges have been filed against four men in connection with the guns used in the tragedy.

Ajka Omerovic, the shooter's aunt, couldn't believe it when she heard the news. She says, "I'm excited because I want to know, I want to know the truth. And I want justice. You know to be, and liked punished, whoever." Not kind words for the men investigators say provided Sulejman Talovic with the guns he used in the rampage.

She tells KSL Newsradio nobody treated the family the same since the tragedy. People insisted the family knew something, when they simple didn't have the answers. She says, "He was like a stranger to me just like to you guys."

Talovic's dad tells KSL Newsradio he knew the guy that gave his son the handgun, Mackenzie Glade Hunter, through work.

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