(Buffalo) The racist massacre at the Buffalo supermarket on Saturday, in which a young white American supremacist was accused of killing ten people in a black community, had been meticulously prepared for several months, the media reported on Tuesday. Hundreds of messages on the internet from the accused killer.
Released at 2:09 p.m.
New York City Police Chief Joseph Gramaglia announced Monday night that the man suspected of being the killer had made a spy trip to Lake City on the U.S. border, 300km south of his home in the United States and Canada.
As stated in it Washington Post And accessing 600-page messages exchanged on CNN, Descartes and 4Shan networks, Payton Gendron, 18, arrived in Buffalo exactly three times on March 8 – at 12 noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. He attacked the Tops supermarket on Saturday.
On March 8, he was almost disturbed by an “armed black security guard” from the business who was fascinated by the young man’s continued presence. In a message released two days later, Baton Gentron wrote that “these tops should kill the security guard” and “(the latter) hopes not to kill or injure him”.
A security guard and a retired policeman were shot dead at the entrance to a supermarket on Saturday.
Gentron said he wanted to kill black people in December and targeted the Tops supermarket in Buffalo in February because it was overcrowded with African Americans. Washington Post.
The newspaper also skinned the young man’s 180-page statement describing himself as “a white man who wants to protect and serve my community, my people, my culture and my race.”
According to officials, the text, which was published before the assassination, has attracted followers of the so-called white supremacist, extreme right-wing conspiracy and racist ideology of the “great alternative.”
The pages of the report provide minute-by-minute, attack, military equipment, camera and twitch platform broadcasts.
Payton Gendron is currently being prosecuted for “premeditated murder” and will appear before a judge again on Thursday and has been charged by authorities with “committing a racist hate crime” and “internal terrorism”.