A Texas police chief on Sunday refused to utter the name of the mass shooter who used an “AR-type weapon” to kill seven and injure 22 after a routine traffic stop. “You’ll notice that I’m not naming this subject. I refuse to,” Odessa police chief Michael Gerke said at a press conference Sunday. “I’m not going to give him any notoriety for what he did.” Gerke confirmed that the killer used an “AR-type weapon” — and they believe he planned an even bigger massacre before he was shot dead by cops outside a cinema. “It begs the question, why go to the theater if you have not planned on entering the theater?” Gerke said. “On a Saturday afternoon in Odessa, Texas, that is one of the most crowded places to be. Law enforcement officials process a scene involved in Saturday’s shooting. AP An Odessa police officer escort bystanders away from the site of the shooting. AP AP Ad Up Next Close Jets castoff among two Giants waiver claims The Giants did not figure to be as busy the… 3 View Slideshow Back Continue Share this:FacebookTwitter Flipboard WhatsAppEmailCopy Advertisement September 1, 2019 “There’s no way of knowing without talking to him,… Read full this story
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