An Uber driver accused of killing six people at random in a shooting spree in the US state of Michigan in 2016 has pleaded guilty to murder, attempted murder and firearms offences, the BBC said.
Four people were killed at a restaurant and two at a car dealership in the shootings in the city of Kalamazoo.
The BBC reported that Jason Dalton, 48, had initially blamed the app for controlling his “mind and body”.
But he changed his plea shortly before his trial was due to begin.
No deal was offered to Mr Dalton for the guilty plea, prosecutors said.
His charges consist of six counts of murder, two counts of attempted murder and eight charges relating to firearms offences. He now faces a mandatory life sentence without parole.