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Authorities have reportedly identified the California synagogue shooting suspect as 19-year-old John Earnest, NBC News reported Saturday, citing law-enforcement officials.
The shooting left one woman dead, and three others injured, authorities said.
An “open letter” detailing the author’s hatred for Jews circulated online, attributed to “John T. Earnest,” though authorities have not explicitly stated the manifesto was written by a suspect of that name.
The San Diego County Sheriff told reporters at a press conference they are investigating social-media posts and an open letter believed to be written by the suspect.
A hateful manifesto circulated online Saturday afternoon, following a shooting at a California synagogue that left one woman dead and three others injured.
The “open letter” was attributed to a user named “John T. Earnest,” the same name as the 19-year-old shooting suspect currently in police custody, San Diego County Sheriff William Gore confirmed Saturday.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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