WEBSTER, N.Y. – The gunman who killed two firefighters during a pre-dawn ambush on emergency responders in suburban Rochester, N.Y., apparently mapped out a plan and left behind a note outlining his "clear intent" to burn his neighborhood to the ground and "do what I like doing best, killing people," authorities said.
"There was no motive in the note. There were some ramblings in there. It spoke mainly of his intent to burn his neighborhood down and hurt as many people as possible before stopping," Webster police Chief Gerald Pickering said at a press conference on Tuesday morning.
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