Allen shooting suspect Mauricio Garcia may have held neo-Nazi beliefs

Law enforcement sources have told CBS News that the gunman who killed 8 people at an outlet mall in Allen, Texas may have held neo-Nazi beliefs. Brian New has been uncovering new information about the man identified as the Allen outlet shooter. Mauricio Garcia, 33, had been living at a motel and did not have any felonies, J.D. Miles reported. He was reportedly working as a security guard.

The Texas mall gunman scoped out the scene of his crime to track when it would be busiest three weeks before he shot dead eight people in a senseless bloodbath, it has been reported. A social media account that appears to belong to Mauricio Garcia, 33, is littered with photos of Nazis, guns and ammunition as well as extremist rants about Jews, women and racial minorities, according to Bellingcat researcher Aric Toler. In the weeks before he committed the senseless mass shooting at Allen Premium Outlets near Dallas, more than two dozen photos of the shopping center and surrounding area were uploaded to an account on the OK.RU platform, including screenshots of Google location information tracking peak visiting times. Both Toler and NBC said the account, on Russian site OK.RU, belonged to Garcia, who was shot and killed at the scene. verified a picture of Garcia uploaded to an account on a Russian social media that shows him next to a waitress at a Texas Twin Peaks. 


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