Police: El Paso Shooter Drove 11 Hours Before He 'Got Lost,' Stopped at Walmart For A SnackChris Menahan
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The official story of the El Paso shooting is now that the shooter drove about 11 hours from his home in Allen before he "got lost in a neighborhood" then "found his way to the [El Paso] Walmart because, we understand, he was hungry."
He then got a snack before leaving and coming back to shoot the place up, police said.
The man took about 11 hours to drive from his Allen home to the El Paso Walmart, Allen said.According to 8chan owner Jim Watkins, the alleged manifesto posted to 8chan "was not uploaded by the Walmart shooter" and "law enforcement was made aware of this before most people had even heard the horrific news."
Incidentally, the manifesto writer claimed he wanted to kill Hispanics but the shooter also gunned down at least five white people:
The manifesto writer also said he was planning on dying and wasn't going to make it out alive, writing:
My death is likely inevitable. If I'm not killed by the police, then I'll probably be gunned down by one of the invaders. Capture in this case if far worse than dying during the shooting because I'll get the death penalty anyway. Worse still is that I would live knowing that my family despises me.For some reason, the shooter wore ear protection (god forbid he damage his hearing) and eye protection and then after massacring 22 people decided to peacefully surrender to police, who also appear to have calmly arrested him.
CNN reported that authorities said "they believe the suspect posted [the manifesto online] about 20 minutes before the shooting."
Crusius' relatives said in a statement released Wednesday that his actions "were apparently influenced and informed by people we do not know."
Incidentally, a story which has been making the rounds in the aftermath of this attack is one from 2016 detailing how the FBI allegedly entrapped a young white guy named Jerry Drake Varnell, who was reportedly a "paranoid schizophrenic who has been in several mental hospitals," by pushing him to carry out a right-wing terror attack with a fake bomb.
His family said at the time:
"The FBI should have filed conspiracy on our son and had him committed to a mental institution. They should not have aided and abetted a paranoid schizophrenic to commit this act. There are many more facts that I will not make public that will support my son and the disturbing acts made by the FBI."Varnell was found guilty by a jury in February and "faces up to life in prison for attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction and a maximum sentence of twenty years for attempting to use an explosive device," the AP reported.
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