Philippine Police Identify Resort Attacker As Indebted Gambler

According to his family, Manila police say, the lone gunman, who carried out Friday's attack on a casino that left at least 37 dead, was Jessie Carlos, a former Finance Department employee.

Manila police say the lone suspect who carried out Friday's attack on a casino at a resort complex, that left dozens dead, was a heavily indebted 42-year-old Filipino who was hooked on gambling, according to

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