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Claimed Uber app, got him to kill. Now he admits killing

20. February 2016 shot Uber-driver Jason Dalton eight people in three locations in the Kalamazoo area in the u.s. state of Michigan. The shooting occurred outside an apartment complex, a restaurant and a fleet of vehicles.

Six of them who were shot had to remedy with life. Dalton was arrested a short time afterwards. When he was arrested he told the police that a "djevelhode" on the Uber app had controlled him.

According to The Telegraph, stated Dalton, that he, when he opened the app, "recognized the Uber-symbol Øststjernen" and that a "djevelhode" appeared on the screen. Dalton admitted to have been involved in skytedramaet, but said that the problems started when the "djevelhodet" appeared.

Claimed he got the assignment of Six people killed after shooting in Michigan. Police have arrested a suspected

According to the police report, told Dalton police that the icon of the app, which normally was red, had changed the color to black. "Djevelhodet" had then given him a mission, and "taken over his whole body".

Dalton also told the police that he was not shot when he was caught because the app then had been red again. According to Dalton felt he "no longer that he had no need to be guided".

Monday was juryutvelgelsen in connection with the trial at Kalamazoo County Court start. The same day declared Dalton guilty of six murders and two attempts at murder. It reports Sky News.

According to the plan, will Dalton get his sentence 5. February.

Defendant Uber Indicted for six murders - sues Uber for 10 million dollars

the Daltons wife has previously told police that Dalton, on the same night that he committed the killings, had said that they could not go to work anymore and that the kids had to drop out of school. When she asked him what he meant, replied Dalton that she would understand what he was talking about when she saw the news.

After the killings refused yet Dalton to take responsibility for their actions.

In march 2016, the defendant he Uber for 10 million dollars, which in 2016 was equivalent to 84, 6 million Norwegian kroner.

In the lawsuit aimed Dalton several accusations against Uber. Among other things, he wrote that Uber exploited drivers, and that he had been cheated of both wages and effect.

I worked and struggled for them. They gave me no christmas bonus, I was not invited to any company function, they forced me to work while I was sick, and they let me spend time with my kids, wrote Dalton, according to NTB.

Police fear the "Peaks-killer" may have killed more people

- my Life is ruined because of Uber. My wife wants a divorce because of Uber, he wrote further.

Passed screening

the Day after the shooting confirmed Uber that Dalton was one of their drivers. The company has stated publicly that he had passed their background checks and that he was not previously convicted of offences.

- It is difficult to know how to respond to the one who refuses to take responsibility for their actions. Our thoughts go out to the victims ' families, who must live with the consequences of his horrific crimes, writes the company in a press release.

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