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"El Paso Shooter Confessed to Shoot in Mexico after Police Surrender"

2019-08-09T21:22:03.204Z

On Tuesday, the gunman Patrick Cruceus, who shot 22 guns at Wal-Mart in the eastern shopping district of El Paso, Texas, in the US state of Texas, surrendered to the police and confessed that his crime was a shot at Mexicans. Police on Thursday said.



On Tuesday, the gunman Patrick Cruceus, 21, who fired 22 guns at Wal-Mart in the eastern shopping district of El Paso, Texas, USA, confessed that the crime was a shot at Mexicans. Police investigating the case revealed on Monday (local time).

According to the Associated Press, Crusaders raised their hands, pulled out of the car when they were arrested at an intersection near Wal-Mart after the shooting, and surrendered without saying, "I am a shooter," police officer Adrian Garcia wrote in the arrest warrant.

Crucius gave up his right to visit and silently defend his right after surrender, and told the police that he had entered the Wal-Mart with an AK 47 assault rifle and a lot of ammunition to target Mexicans.

Crucius was an ice-cold look when he was arrested by a police officer.

Criminal experts pointed out that this type of surrender without any resistance to the dispatched police is often a tendency of convicted criminals.

Crucius who surrendered testified that he had no sign of regret or reflection at the time of his arrest.

The majority of the 22 people killed by Cruces were Hispanic names, with at least eight Mexican nationals.

The police and the Justice Department are investigating crimes in the context of domestic terrorism in light of the fact that Cruceus posted an online statement (Manifesto) on the online community bulletin board, saying "Hispanic's invasion of Texas." Is under consideration.

CNN told Crusius that police had chosen El Paso Wal-Mart, a 10-hour drive from their home in Allen, Texas, to shoot in an unknown place.

(yunhap news)

Source: sbskr

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