Dayton Shooter Attended Antifa Rally Armed With Gun Appearing 'Similar' To One Used In Massacre

Chris Menahan
Aug. 07, 2019

Dayton mass shooter Connor Betts attended an antifa rally in May armed with a gun "which appeared to be similar in style to the one used in Sunday's shooting," local Ohio news outlet WHIO reports.

From WHIO:
The man who killed nine people in Daytonís Oregon District was seen carrying a gun and protesting at the Ku Klux Klan rally downtown earlier this May.

[...] The May 25 rally attracted about 500 to 600 counter-protesters who opposed the nine Klansman who came from Indiana and protested in Courthouse Square. The counter-protest group was fenced 0ff away from the Klansman and several people in the crowd were seen carrying firearms.

Betts wore a bandanna covering part of his face and sunglasses. He spoke briefly with a reporter in the crowd during the event. He carried a gun which appeared to be similar in style to the one used in Sundayís shooting.

In Sundayís attack, Betts wielded a semi-automatic pistol that police say was modified to act like a rifle, with an attached drum magazine that could hold up to 100 .223-caliber rounds. Police say he may have had up to 250 rounds of ammunition on him, and they found a shotgun in his car.
"Betts seems to have been made aware of the KKK rally by far-left Antifa doxxing account Antifash Gordon, as a screenshot provided by journalist Nick Monroe reveals," Big League Politics reports.

As I reported on Sunday, Betts' Twitter account showed he was a leftist antifa supporter who praised Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders.

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