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2022-05-15 01:06:47 At least 10 people were killed in a shooting at a Buffalo APA supermarket equipped with rifles and…

By admin , in news , at May 15, 2022

2022-05-15 01:06:47
At least 10 people were killed in a shooting at a Buffalo APA supermarket equipped with rifles and bulletproof vests inside a supermarket in downtown Buffalo, New York, before being arrested Saturday afternoon. Officials described it. As a “racially motivated hate crime and violent extremism”, where ten people were killed and at least three were injured. After being detained by police, 18-year-old Peyton Gendron announced that he was originally from Conklin, New York, and immediately appeared in a courtroom in downtown Buffalo. Wearing a white paper coat and mask, he emphatically declared that he was “innocent” of the first-degree murder charges brought against him on his behalf. Peyton Gendron, 18, of Conklin, was arrested this evening. A public protester pleads not guilty to Conklin in the mass shooting at Topps on Jefferson Avenue in Buffalo. 7 News WKBW (@WKBW) May 14, 2022 The suspect, identified as Peyton Gendron, is said to have broadcast the shooting with a camera attached to his helmet. He was armed with a rifle and a bulletproof vest. They were in black and two in white while shooting at Topps Friendly Market. The supermarket is located in a neighborhood with a majority black population. No America, it was not Muslim, brown boy or any other minority. It was yet another young white male who decided to participate in a shooting (in Buffalo) to take the lives of innocent people. PS: And no, I wouldn’t see every young white male as a big shooter.. MuslimMarine (@mansoortshams) May 14, 2022 The city’s police commissioner Joseph Gramaglia said at a news conference that the attacker was heavily armed. “He got out of his vehicle. He was very heavily armed, he had tactical gear, he was wearing one. I had a tactical helmet,” he said. I had a camera that broadcast what I was doing,” he said. As Gramaglia reports, Peyton Gendron shot four people outside the store, three of whom tragically lost their lives Inside, a security guard shot the attacker several times, but a bulletproof vest protected him. He killed the guard, a retired Buffalo police officer, before continuing his shots inside the house. 1200 block of Jefferson Avenue Shooting on top in. Police say multiple people have been shot. Shooter is in custody. Motorists and residents are urged to avoid the area.? Buffalo Police Department (@BPDAlerts) May 14, 2022Buffalo Mayor In a press conference, Byron Brown described the worst nightmare after what happened at the supermarket, a situation that left him hurt and angry. are angry. The depth of pain that families feel and which we all feel cannot even be explained. He put a gun to his neck, though he did nothing and turned himself in. He held the gun to his neck, but two patrol officers asked him to drop the gun. He dropped the gun, removed some of his tactical gear, and surrendered. that time. They took him outside and put him in a police car,” he said. Carine Jean-Pierre, the US President’s secretary, told the White House that Biden was aware of the facts and was receiving frequent updates. Your National Security Advisor briefed you about the horrific shooting attack in Buffalo, New York this afternoon. I’ll get updates tonight and tomorrow as new information emerges,” he said. While Gendron was charged with first-degree murder and held without bail, president of the National Association for the Advancement of Color and CEO Derrick Johnson. (NAACP, for its acronym in English), mourned the tragedy. “It’s absolutely devastating. Our hearts go out to the community and all those affected by this terrible tragedy. There is no place for hate and racism in America. We are shattered, extremely angry and are praying for the families and loved ones of the victims.” The families and loved ones of the victims, as well as the entire community. #BuffaloNY#BuffaloStrong Derrick Johnson (@DerrickNAACP) May 14, 2022