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    Texas Mall Shooter Recorded Bizarre Voicemail Before Shooting Spree

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    According to reports, the Texas mall shooter left a peculiar voicemail on his cellphone, informing his provider that he had paid his bill, pleading with his parents for money, and assuring female callers that he had “plenty of money.”

    According to documents obtained by Fox News Digital, Mauricio Garcia’s message appeared to be preoccupied with money. Saturday, Garcia opened fire at the Allen Premium Outlets with an assault rifle resembling an AR-15, killing eight people and wounding seven others.

    “Hi, this is Mauricio. If you’re the phone company, I sent you the money, or if you’re my parents, please send money,” he stated.

    “If you are my financial aid institution, you didn’t lend me enough money, if you are a friend, you owe me money. And if you are a female, don’t worry, I have plenty of money,” the suspected neo-Nazi sympathizer adds, according to the outlet.

    The strange message can be reached at the phone number listed in the records immediately. It is uncertain when he made the recording.

    ABC News has learned that Garcia was discharged from the US Army in 2008 “due to mental health concerns,” according to law enforcement sources with knowledge of the investigation.

    Multiple law enforcement sources informed the news organization that the subject of whether the shooter was motivated by domestic terrorism is also being investigated.

    The federal government is also investigating Garcia’s allegedly white supremacist social media profiles.

    Left-wing media outlets and politicians are, as usual, going too far in their attempts to portray the killer as a conservative and pass a gun prohibition.

    It is evident from initial reports that the man was mentally ill and that the crime was not motivated by political ideology. Since he was not Caucasian, they are attempting to portray him as “far right-wing” despite the fact that he was insane.

    According to a law enforcement source who spoke with the Associated Press, the shooter donned a patch that read “RWDS,” which stands for “Right Wing Death Squad,” a term frequently employed by nationalist groups.

    According to reports, Garcia, who had never been in trouble with the law, resided with his parents and had a lengthy reservation at a nearby motel.

    Sunday night, Allen police chief Brian Harvey declined to communicate with the AP about the investigation, stating, “we don’t have much.”

    The Texas Department of Public Safety named Garcia as a suspect in the murders of eight individuals at a Texas outlet mall a day after the incident that transformed a casual afternoon of shopping into a massacre.

    On Saturday, a police officer who occurred to be nearby the Dallas suburb mall fatally shot Garcia.

    According to a law enforcement official, detectives have been searching Garcia’s motel in Dallas that is close to an expressway. The source added that after Garcia’s death, authorities discovered multiple firearms, including an AR-15-style rifle and a handgun, at the crime scene.

    According to two law enforcement officials, investigators also purportedly searched a Dallas home associated with the suspect. Under the condition of anonymity, the authorities disclosed investigation-related details.

    A woman reported seeing a significant number of uniformed police officers enter the residence between 6 and 7 p.m. on Saturday, three houses away from the low brick house.

    Officers were still in the area when Marsha Alexander went to bed between 9 and 10 p.m., according to Marsha Alexander. “They went in like real fast, and I saw them do that like twice,” she added. By early Sunday morning, they were gone.

    “On Sunday afternoon, a woman named Julie was sitting on the porch of her house, next door to the one searched the day before. She declined to give her last name to an AP reporter but said she awoke from a nap around 6 p.m. Saturday to see four police squad cars and a large group of officers outside her neighbor’s home,” the Associated Press report states.

    She stated that they entered the residence and were joined approximately one hour later by FBI agents and other individuals in plainclothes whom she believed to be law enforcement officers.

    The woman said she did not know her neighbors well, but knew them to be “very polite, very nice people.” She said the man she now understands to have been the shooter was always friendly and would wave or honk his horn as he came and went.

    More on this story via The Republic Brief:

    At about 2 p.m. Sunday, a man entered the home that was searched, but when reporters knocked on the door and waited, no one answered. CONTINUE READING…

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