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Suspect In Texas Shooting Reportedly Lost Job Before Rampage

The suspected gunman in the West Texas shooting Saturday was reportedly fired from his trucking job hours before he opened fire along an Odessa roadway, killing seven people and wounding 22 others. Police pulled over the 36-year-old suspect for a routine traffic stop along a highway connecting Midland to Odessa, Saturday, when the suspect opened fire, killing both law enforcement ...

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Odessa Police Say Only One Gunman Was Responsible For Shooting That Killed 7

Odessa police said Sunday that only one shooter was involved in a shooting Saturday that killed at least seven people, injured more than 20 others Police initially thought multiple shooters were involved, Odessa Police Chief Michael Gerke said during a news conference. They are now “confident” that one person was involved. Gerke said he would not identify the suspected shooter ...

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Police Arrest Man Who Shot Up San Antonio ICE Office

Authorities took a man into custody for allegedly firing a gun at an Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in San Antonio, shattering several windows. The San Antonio Police Department responded early Tuesday morning to a shooting that took place at a building that houses the Department of Homeland Security’s ICE division and arrived at the scene at approximately 3 a.m. ...

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Joaquin Castro Posts Names, Employers Of Trump Donors

Democratic Texas Rep. Joaquin Castro on Monday tweeted the names and employers of 44 San Antonio residents who donated the federal maximum to President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign. Castro, whose district includes much of San Antonio, claimed the donors “are fueling a campaign of hate that labels Hispanic immigrants as ‘invaders.’” Castro is the twin brother of Democratic presidential candidate ...

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Democratic Congresswoman Says Trump ‘Not Welcome’ In El Paso After Shooting

A Democratic congresswoman representing the El Paso, Texas area declared Monday that President Donald Trump is not welcome in her city following a recent mass shooting. “It is shocking to me that [President Trump] is so utterly self-aware, and this is why, from my perspective, he is not welcome here. He should not come here while we are in mourning,” ...

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Major Internet Company Cloudflare Drops ‘Cesspool Of Hate’ 8chan Following El Paso Shooting

Cloudflare, a widely used Internet services provider, dropped the website 8chan following the deadly El Paso shooting Saturday, the company’s CEO Matthew Prince announced Sunday night. “We just sent notice we are terminating service for 8chan. There comes a time when enough is enough. But this isn’t the end. We need to have a broader conversation about addressing the root ...

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‘Hispanic Invasion’: Alleged El Paso Shooter’s Manifesto Is An Anti-Immigrant Call To Arms

A near 2,400-word manifesto posted online shortly before a deadly attack in El Paso is believed to belong to the alleged perpetrator, law enforcement officials say.  In the manifesto, the author rails against mass immigration into the U.S., arguing that political leaders are not doing enough to stop the replacement of the native white population.  The manifesto lists political, economic ...

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Federal Prosecutors Are Treating El Paso Shooting As Domestic Terrorism, Possible Hate Crime

Federal prosecutors are treating Saturday’s shooting in El Paso, Texas, which left 20 people dead, as an act of domestic terrorism and possible hate crime that could carry the death penalty. “We’re also treating it as a domestic terrorism case, and we’re going to do what we do to terrorists in this country, which is deliver swift and certain justice,” ...

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Liberals Blame Republicans Following Weekend Shootings

Two mass shootings occurred over the weekend, killing a total of 29 people. Some liberals took to social media following the shootings to blame various conservatives, including President Donald Trump, anchors on Fox News and more. Hunter Pollack, a student who lost his sister in the Parkland shooting, tweeted out that people should stop using mass shootings to attack Republicans and ...

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Unthinking Coward Attacks Wal-Mart Shoppers in El Paso – How to Stop a Repeat

The mainstream media once felt that naming reprehensible people, like the moron that attacked a Wal-Mart in El Paso, Texas, was what egged them on. I disagree. It’s failing to talk about them as exactly who they are: unintelligent, ineffectual cowards. Patrick Crusius, the 21-year-old arrested for the shooting, accomplished nothing other than soiling his family’s name, proving that he ...

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Restaurant Apologizes After Asking Officer To Leave Because He Had A Gun

A restaurant in San Antonio, Texas, has apologized after asking a police officer to leave the premises because he was carrying a gun. The officer was asked to leave Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse Saturday night because he was carrying a gun, KSAT reported. Texas law states that establishments can’t deny service to an officer or special investigator who is ...

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More Teachers In Texas Can Pack Heat Now

More Texas teachers may be able to carry guns into their classroom, according to one of the bills Republican Gov. Greg Abbott signed into law Thursday. School districts would be able to determine how many “marshals,” or school employees trained to carry guns on campus, each school needs. They also provide for additional mental health counselors so students who pose ...

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Texas Lawmakers Pass ‘Save Chick-Fil-A’ Bill In The House

Texas’s Republican-controlled house voted Monday to pass a “Save Chick-fil-A” bill. The “Save Chick-fil-A” bill does not allow the government to take “any adverse action” against any contractor, individual or business because of their religious beliefs. “It strengthens and reaffirms Texas’s First Amendment rights,” Republication state Rep. Matt Krause said to The Daily Caller News Foundation. “We had seen instances ...

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Border Patrol Seizes More Than $2M Worth of Methamphetamine in Rio Grande Valley

SARITA, Texas – U.S. Border Patrol agents disrupted a narcotic smuggling attempt resulting in the seizure of methamphetamine. Thursday night, Kingsville agents working at the Javier Vega Jr. Border Patrol Checkpoint referred a passenger vehicle to the secondary inspection area after a Border Patrol K-9 alerted. During the investigation, agents located over 100 bundles of methamphetamine weighing nearly 70 pounds, ...

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