TUCSON, AZ - It is another day of mourning in Arizona after the massacre at a political event hosted by Arizona Representative Gabrielle Giffords.
"There was just no regard for who or what he was shooting," said Dr. Steven Rayle, Witness.
According to investigators, they seized evidence suggesting Jared Loughner planned ahead.
A search of his home turned up what appears to be signed message by the 22 year-old, saying he planned this massacre.
"He was attempting to change magazines, a woman, who we have the name of, but I don't have, went up and grabbed the magazine and tore it away from him," said Sheriff Clarence Dupnik, Maricopa County, Az.
Newly released 911 calls give us a glimpse of the chaos first hand, as Police say Loughner lifted his 9mm semi automatic Glock, and opened fire.
Before help could arrived, 6 lives were lost.
"We need ambulances there is more than one person down," said a voice on the 911 tapes.
The youngest victim, 9-year-old Christina Taylor Green, was born on September 11, and had gone to the Safeway Supermarket to watch Rep. Giffords in action because she had just been elected to her school's student council.
"She was a beautiful girl and she would want us all to be strong and brave and courageous like she was," said Roxana Green, Mother of Christina Taylor Green.
Loughner could face even more charges, according to FBI investigators.
Evidence recovered in the initial investigation shows he appeared at another public event hosted by Rep. Giffords in 2007.
He is due in Federal Court Monday.
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