by Mac Slavo, SHTFPlan:
Is all out civil war and widening unrest coming to America?
There’s good reason to think that it could be.
So far, the official story is that at least one sniper killed 5 police officers, shooting a total of twelve. The now-deceased 25 year old Micah Xavier Johnson has emerged as the prime suspect. Earlier reports claimed that there were between two and four snipers involved in the shooting, but now it is now clear whether or not other suspects taking into custody are still considered to be involved.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown emphasized statements allegedly made by the sniper indicating that race and an intent to kill white officers was his primary motive. People are the country were protesting the recent police killings of Philandro Castile and Alton Sterling during traffic stops.
It seems that Johnson, before being killed by a robot bomb, managed to explain his motivations to police during the standoff that resulted in his death.
According to the Daily Mail:
Around 11pm, cops cornered a suspect at nearby El Centro College and attempted to negotiate with him, but four hours later the talks failed and a robot was brought in to detonate a bomb and kill the suspect.
Before he died however, the gunman told the hostage negotiator his motivations behind the attack.
‘The suspect said he was upset about Black Lives Matter. He said he was upset about the recent police shootings of black suspects. He said he was upset at white people. The suspect stated he wanted to kill white people, especially white officers,’ Dallas Police Chief David Brown revealed at a 7:30am press conference.
Authorities have identified the shooter as Micah Xavier Johnson, a 25-year-old from Texas with no criminal history or ties to terror groups. He allegedly claimed to have acted alone, countering previous reports that as many as four gunmen were involved in the massacre.
The horrific shooting spree in Dallas last night will do several things to further divide this country.
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