Monday, September 26, 2016

Blame Game: Nathan DeSai!

Terrorist shot innocent victims before he was put down by the Houston Metro Police. The terrorist was a disgruntled lawyer.
If we consider mass shootings an act of terrorism, maybe the inept Republican-controlled Congress could pass legislation to handle this.

They will not pass anything until a new president is in office. Republicans hope Donald Trump will become the next president. He will do everything if not anything to win. He will not control this. He signals more guns and more freedom for purchasing high powered firearms.

I refuse to say this terrorist name! This terrorist doesn't deserve any attention.

Fresh off the heels of Saturday's mass shooting, here's another one that will get little or no attention. A terrorist disgruntled with his job got a firearm and started bucking people.

The missing element to this story, he was not a Black man as the junk food media reported it was a White man and he wore Nazi paraphernalia.

This man was identified by Houston officials as the gunman, died after a shootout with police. He was wearing an old German military uniform adorned with Swastikas, KPRC-TV reports.

The gunfire broke out about 6:30 a.m. local time outside of Randall’s grocery store in the southwest area of the city. The attack then continued at the Weslayan Plaza strip mall.

Authorities do not believe there are any other suspects in the attack and a motive has not yet been determined. The shooting lasted for 20 minutes, according to Assistant Chief Richard Mann. Mann added that the injuries range from minor injuries to “more serious” wounds.

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said that the gunman “appeared to be a disgruntled lawyer who took out his anger and frustration on individuals.”

The Houston PD said at a press conference just after the attack that the gunman was a disgruntled lawyer who had “issues concerning firm.” According to Yelp, the terrorist was a lawyer with Kenneth McDaniel at McDaniel & DeSai LLP. This terrorist specialized in family law and criminal cases, felonies and misdemeanors.

The terrorist father told Click 2 Houston that his son’s new venture wasn’t going well saying, “He was worried … because his law practice was not running good, so he (was) worried about this all the time.”

The victims ranged from minor to critical injuries.

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