Gunman Shoots Up Dallas AIDS Agency with High-Powered Rifle
A shooting in the early hours Monday morning caused thousands of dollars of damage at the AIDS Interfaith Network in Dallas. Eighteen bullets tore through the agency and a van they use to transport patients was destroyed. The weapon used is assumed to be a high-powered rifle given the size of the bullet holes and the damage done to its targets.
The AIDS Interfaith Network provides not only spiritual and emotional outreach to those affected by HIV/AIDS but also operates a 'Care Team" which provides in-home services to those incapacitated by the disease.