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[ibtimes.com] Nathan Desai Was A Nazi? Houston Shooting Suspect Wore Uniform With Swastikas, Nazi 'Paraphernalia' Found

28.9.16

Nathan Desai Was A Nazi? Houston Shooting Suspect Wore Uniform With Swastikas, Nazi 'Paraphernalia' Found: [ibtimes.com] The suspected attacker was killed in a shootout with police. The report from KRPC2 cited "two law enforcement sources" who said the man was "wearing a Nazi uniform when he was killed during a confrontation with police." A tweet from Jace Larson of KPRC2 said more Nazi paraphernalia was found at the man's home.

Three of the nine victims in the shooting have reportedly been released from the hospital, while one remains in critical condition.



Desai's vehicle had been connected to the shooting, which took place in the early hours at a shopping center in southwest Houston. Local station KTRK reported that the vehicle was filled with weapons.


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