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WaPo Claims Allen Shooter ‘Had White Supremacist Beliefs’ But New Photos Reveal The Truth – FBI Spreads Fake Pictures Online

Allen, Texas gunman’s name was Mauricio Garcia, and WaPo deliberately left his name and ethnicity out of their tweet to push the idea that he may have had ‘white supremacist beliefs.’

From WaPo:

Authorities have not released a motive, but a patch on his chest said “RWDS,” an acronym that stands for Right Wing Death Squad, according to people familiar with the investigation. The phrase is popular among right wing extremists, neo-Nazis and white supremacists, they said. In addition to the weapons found on his body, investigators found another five guns inside his car nearby, these people said.

“Multiple sources tell me the Allen Outlet mall shooter’s name is Mauricio Garcia,” CBS News reporter JD Miles tweeted. “He was 33. A house that was raided in Dallas overnight was his parents. Sources tell me he was living in a motel. He had no serious criminal record and was working as a security guard.”

According to authorities, the hospitalized victims’ ages ranged from 5 to 61 years old. The shooting was reported to law enforcement officials at approximately 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, prompting a response from multiple agencies to the scene.

The motive behind the shooting remains unknown, and authorities have not released any information about the victims’ identities. There is no confirmation about whether Garcia was an illegal immigrant or not.

Police say

Mauricio Garcia is 33 years old. That means all the photos on twitter are INCORRECT.

Why, because the Mauricio Garcia being shown on Twitter is 36 years old, with a birthdate of 10-29-1986.

Photos below:

As you can see below the neck tattoo is missing!

Warning graphic picture:

It appears that he has a gang tattoo on his hand:

This means the FBI messed up by releasing the wrong batch of photos and the wrong file they will get the right ones to fit the profile they are pushing soon!
Don’t forget the City of Dallas was hit with a ransomware attack just a few days before the shooting, limiting their ability to access data that would help in the investigation.
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