Report on Prague mass shooting to be first shown to victims and families

Survivors and relatives of those killed in a mass shooting at a Prague university in December are set be informed next month about the conclusions of an investigation into the circumstances of the incident, reported on Saturday. Once those closely affected have seen a report into the shooting, which left 14 dead and 25 injured at Charles University’s Faculty of Arts, it will be made available to the general public, the head of the Prague police told the news site.

It was the worst mass shooting in the modern history of Czechia. The perpetrator, a student at the faculty, took his own life before he could be apprehended.

Author: Ian Willoughby