Transcript for Planned Parenthood Victims' Families Discuss Deadly Shooting
To the deadly shooting at a planned parenthood in Colorado. This morning, we're learning more about the gunman and the three people he killed. Hearing from the brother of the Iraq war veteran who was done down. Clayton Sandell has the latest. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning, robin. Later today, the gunman who allegedly launched that deadly attack at the planned parenthood build willing make the first court appearance. As investigators try to understand his motive. The gunfire shattered a quiet Friday morning into panic and chaos. We're pinned down. We're getting active gunfire. Reporter: A shooter firing a semi-automatic rifle. Taking terrifying aim at police and civilians. We're taking fire. Got two hit. Reporter: Nine people are wounded. Three died. 29-year-old ke'arre Stewart, a father of two girls, served in Iraq. His brother says he just walked outside the office when he was hot. He tried to get back inside to warn the others. Take cover. Military instinct. You know. Get down. Take cover. And -- then he called 911. And those -- those are some of his last moments. Reporter: What does that tell you about him? That's the big brother I know. Reporter: Jennifer markovsky was helping a friend that day. She was married with two kids. 44-year-old police officer Garrett Swasey was killed. Once an olympic ice cater. It's horrific and sad. Reporter: At his chunch Sunday, they said a prayer for his alleged killer, 57-year-old Robert dear. God, we forgive him. Reporter: He appears to be a recluse. Once living in this shack in North Carolina before moving to Colorado into this mobile home police searched on Saturday. He's not saying, I'm going to do this. I'm going to do that. Very hard to, you know, identify that type of person as a threat. Reporter: More than five hours after the shooting begins, dear surrenders. His motive is still unclear. Law enforcement sources say he made rambling, hostile comments toward planned parenthood. The U.S. Attorney general says this is a crime against women seeking health care. And dear has gotten the attention of the U.S. Secret service for stapts he allegedly made about the president after the attack. Let's talk about the families. You have spent time with them. They're remarkable. What are they telling you? Reporter: It is remarkable, robin. Not L, but many of them tell me they have already forgiven the bun. Gunman. If they came face to face with him, they all have the same question. Why?
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