Suspect admits to shooting at Roma houses
Árpád K, the main suspect in the recent string of murders of Roma people in Hungary, has admitted that he opened fire on several Roma-inhabited houses on July 21, 2008.
The National Bureau of Investigation said in a statement that K. was co-operative in a crime reconstruction at the murder scene in Galgagyörk, Pest county on Tuesday. K. showed detectives the direction from which he had opened fire with a rifle, but denied having had any murderous intentions.
Police suspect four people of committing murders of six Roma people in nine attacks in the last two years.
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