Less than a day has passed since the horrific massacre in Buffalo, New York, in which ten people were killed in the shooting, and the defendant in the shooting was brought before a judge this morning (Sunday) and denied the acts attributed to him.
The shooter, an 18-year-old New York State resident named Peyton Gendron, pleaded not guilty before a federal judge and was taken into custody.
According to media reports in the United States, the young man broadcast the shooting live and the documentation of the horrific acts was circulated on the network.
New York State Gov. Katie Hochul burst into tears when she spoke of the shooting incident and said: "This is a vicious act of white supremacy. Yes, I am here to comfort the families and the community who are in so much pain right now. But remember Fill, we will be Aggressive in pursuit of anyone who drinks to the criminal ideology of the shooter. "
Crowds gather around the shooting site, Buffalo, New York, Photo: Joshua Basquez
The state believes that Gendron's actual motive is racist, after documentation of a derogatory word for black anes was documented near the rifle target he used.
In addition, police investigators believe that a 180-page statement published and obtained by the media in the United States was indeed written by Gandron.
In the statement, Gendron expresses concern about the "extinction" of the "white race" due to low birth rates and intermarriage.
It was further alleged there that the writer underwent a process of radicalization during the Corona plague from reading racist materials on the internet.
In addition, the director of Bee's book where the young man studied told the New York Post that Gendron threatened to carry out a massacre at the school where he said "either during or after the graduation ceremony."
According to Principal Gendron he was "a very haunted and troubled young man."
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