Law enforcement officials speak outside the Grand Theater on July 24 the day after a gunman killed two moviegoers and wounded nine more before taking his own life, in Lafayette, La. Shooter John R. Houser left a rambling, hate-filled journal in which he called the U.S. a “filth farm,” railed against women, gays and blacks, and thanked a man accused of killing nine churchgoers in South Carolina for his “wake up call.”
Law enforcement officials speak outside the Grand Theater on July 24 the day after a gunman killed two moviegoers and wounded nine more before taking his own life, in Lafayette, La. Shooter John R. Houser left a rambling, hate-filled journal in which he called the U.S. a “filth farm,” railed against women, gays and blacks, and thanked a man accused of killing nine churchgoers in South Carolina for his “wake up call.” William Widmer The New York Times
Law enforcement officials speak outside the Grand Theater on July 24 the day after a gunman killed two moviegoers and wounded nine more before taking his own life, in Lafayette, La. Shooter John R. Houser left a rambling, hate-filled journal in which he called the U.S. a “filth farm,” railed against women, gays and blacks, and thanked a man accused of killing nine churchgoers in South Carolina for his “wake up call.” William Widmer The New York Times

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