Six year old William Cho is the only surviving member of his family after they visited the Allen, Texas, mall Saturday.
According to a family friend, William's parents, Cindy and Kyu Cho, and his three-year-old brother, James, were three of the eight killed in the mass shooting.
Feds Eye Neo-Nazi Extremism in Texas Massacre by Ex-Guard
Mauricio Garcia, 33, reportedly posted and consumed neo-Nazi content online before his mall rampage. The gunman who murdered eight people and wounded seven others at a shopping mall in Allen, Texas, was identified Sunday as a 33-year-old former security guard named Mauricio Garcia whose social media accounts suggested an interest in neo-Nazi ideology.
14,500 people killed by guns in 126 days
200 mass shootings in 126 days
614 kids killed by guns in 126 days
"A new study published in Journal of the American Medical Association’s Surgery found that firearm deaths are more likely in small rural towns than in major urban cities, adding to research that contradicts common belief that Democratic blue areas have higher incidences of gun-related deaths than do Republican red districts.
Researchers from Children’s Hospital Philadelphia, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and the University of California examined two decades of mortality rates and cause-of-death data from the National Center for Health Statistics’ National Vital Statistics System to compile the study.
A Third Way report found that between 2000 and 2020, Trump-voting states had 12% higher murder rates than did Biden-voting cities."
We have a murder problem in America — especially in red states
"And to top it off, the homicide rate in Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) San Francisco was half that of House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy’s (R-Calif.) Bakersfield, the largest city in Kern County and one with a Republican mayor — with overwhelming Trump support and not a whiff of flirtation with defund the police movements.
In fact, the murder capital of California for six years running is sleepy Kern County, 130 miles from Los Angeles and 306 miles from San Francisco, the two California locales most often associated with the crime-is-out-of-control national headlines that have dominated U.S. crime and political coverage."