A racist terrorist has struck again, this time in Jacksonville Florida. Authorities are refusing to release his name or his identity, Media Take Out has learned.
Three people were killed in a “racially motivated” shooting at a Dollar General in Jacksonville, Florida, on Saturday, authorities said.
All three victims were Black, and the suspect detailed a “disgusting ideology of hate” in writings, according to Jacksonville Sheriff T.K. Waters.
“Plainly put, this shooting was racially motivated and he hated Black people,” Waters said of the suspect.
The gunman was armed with an AR-15-style rifle and a handgun and outfitted in a tactical vest when he shot three people — two men and a woman — before turning the gun on himself, according to Waters. No other injuries were reported in the shooting.
“This is a dark day in Jacksonville’s history,” Waters said. “As a member of this Jacksonville community, I am sickened by this cowardly shooter’s personal ideology of hate.”
The sheriff shared photos of the guns used in the shooting, one of which appeared to have swastikas on it.
“We must do everything that we can to dissuade this type of hate,” Jacksonville Mayor Donna Deegan told reporters. “I can’t even be able to tell you how frustrating this is for all of us because we’ve seen it too much.”
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