The man who killed 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket for racist reasons saved a white man’s life: “I’m sorry”


In the video that he recorded and which is now circulating on the internet, you can see a white man telling him not to shoot and the shooter saying “sorry” and pointing his gun at him. stops doing.

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Image of video of the attack by the killer, broadcast via Twitch.
  • America At least 10 people killed in racially motivated shooting at Buffalo supermarket

Author of the shooting in Buffalo (United States), which killed at least 10 people in a supermarket for racial reasons, broadcast the attack live through twitch, In the video, which is doing the rounds on the internet, you can see him firing one volley after another as he got out of his car, in the parking lot, inside the supermarket, in less than a minute.

However, in the images you can see how, upon reaching the boxes, he finds a white man lying on the ground begging him not to shoot him as he tries to save himself with his hands . The shooter, who was already pointing the gun at him, says “sorry” (in Spanish, “I’m sorry”) when he sees her, stop aiming at him and leave without firing,

As the AP reports, the 18-year-old who carried out the attack had researched local demographics and arrived in Buffalo the day before to re-explore the area, with the “express purpose” of killing as many black people as possible. . According to local officials this Sunday.

This revelation has caused Neighborhood pain and anger The predominantly black one in which the Topps supermarket where the shooting took place is located. A group of people gathered yesterday with the slogan “Black lives matter” and to honor the victims.

In all, 10 people died, eight of whom were black and two were white. During the attack, the shooter was heavily armed with tactical gear. He was wearing a military helmet, bulletproof paraphernalia and a camera with which he broadcast the massacre live.

Apparently, the shooter, who has been identified as Peyton GendronHe had previously threatened to shoot his high school and according to preliminary investigation, Gendron may have visited websites that promoted white supremacist views and carefully studied the many mosque shootings that have occurred in recent years.

On the live broadcast of the massacre, New York Governor Cathy Hochul demanded that technology companies confess whether they have done “everything humanly possible” to ensure the earliest monitoring of violent material. For its part, Twitch said in a statement that it “ended the broadcast of the video less than two minutes after the violence began.”

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