We’re in the middle of many tragedies related to mass shootings and guns and ammo.
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But, in today’s article we’re going to discuss the latest mass-shooting tragedy that took place at a FedEx facility in India just this Friday.
According to what we are hearing constantly regarding the mass shooting motives – which are mostly crimes inspired by racism and racial hatred, the question that was circling in the media was – what is the race of the victims?
The culprit in the tragedy is believed to be a white male, named Brandon Scott Hole, also deceased, who shot and killed eight people.
The Indianapolis Police Department subsequently released a photo of the suspect, a list of all the people who died tragically during the assault, as well as a timeline of events.
Here’s the full list:
- 19-year-old Karlie Smith
- 19-year-old Samaria Blackwell
- 32-year-old Matthew R Alexander
- 48-year-old Amarjit Sekhon
- 66-year-old Amarjeet Johal
- 64-year-old Jaswinder Kaur
- 68-year-old Jaswinder Singh
- 74-year-old John Weisert
This list clears one thing – that the tragic event is not a result of racism and racial hatered, since there is racial diversity, as well as diversity in age and ethnicity among the victims.
“Members of the Sikh religious community are ‘among those’ dead and wounded in a Thursday night shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis that claimed the lives of eight workers,” U.S. News reported.
“The Sikh Coalition is deeply saddened to learn that Sikh community members are among those injured and killed,” the Sikh Coalition group tweeted. “We expect that authorities will conduct a full investigation – including the possibility of bias as a factor,” the group added.
The report makes a direct connection to a “rise in hate crimes.”
“Eight people were shot to death at three-day spas in the Atlanta area in mid-March, raising fears that the gunman had targeted Asian Americans amid a rise in hate crimes,” U.S. News continued. “Days later, a gunman killed 10 people at a Colorado grocery store.”
The alleged culprit who is also dead, Brandon Scott Hole, was “famous” among the police and they knew he represented a threat since he was previously involved in similar activities, such as the one where the FBI seized a pump-action shotgun from him.
Would you say that all these activities are merely an omission by the authorities?