Officials react to Baton Rouge shooting

Officials across the country are responding on social media to Sunday’s Baton Rouge shooting, in which three police officers were killed and three others were injured.

The shooter, identifed as Gavin Long, was fatally shot. Two other “persons of interest” have been detained.

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh released the following statement on the shooting:

Governor Charlie Baker released the following statement, saying there are no credible links to Massachusetts at this time:

Boston police posted a statement from Commissioner Bill Evans on Twitter:

Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey released the following statement, with the hashtag #DisarmHate:

Senator Elizabeth Warren said she was “heartsick for the families of the Baton Rouge police officers.”:

Attorney General Loretta Lynch called it a “week of profound grief and heartbreaking loss.”:

Donald Trump released the following statement:

Hillary Clinton released the following statement, saying the attack is “an assault on all of us”.

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