El Paso Police have arrested 21 year old Patrick Crusius with the mass shooting at the El Paso Walmart that claimed the lives of at least 20 innocent people. Crusius was an anti-immigrant racist that lived in the area of Dallas, Texas (Allen, TX). The shooter acted alone and was carrying an assault rifle when he started shooting innocent people that were shopping during the tax-free back to school specials. Cruisus was charged with murder and it likely that prosecutors will seek the death penalty. Click Crusius' arrest photo to read more.
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