Texas mall shooter wore neo-Nazi symbol and shared ‘white-supremacist content online’: report

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The man who murdered eight people using an AR-15 at an outlet mall in Allen, Texas, Saturday likely identified with neo-Nazi beliefs, The Washington Post reports. Allen resident Mauricio Garcio, according to The Post wore a “patch on his chest” at the time of the shooting that read “RWDS,” meaning “Right Wing Death Squad,” a “phrase popular among right wing extremists, neo-Nazis and white supremacists.” Additionally, NBC reports Garcia “interacted with neo-Nazi and white supremacist content online.” READ MORE: All extremist-related murders in 2022 were committed by right-wing radicals Last yea…

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