FBI got tips about shooting in San Diego and foiled another attack

The United States knew a day before the attack on a synagogue in San Diego the other attacks to thwart in the state of California, made the prosecutor Nick Hanna Monday known.

By the shooting in the Californian synagogue on Saturday, a woman came to life. Three others were injured.

The FBI told Monday several tips to have got of which a national security threat appeared. The federal police office received this notification five minutes before John Earnest opened fire in the synagogue in San Diego. The FBI, however, had not enough time for the attack to occur.

The design of the nineteen-year-old shooter is still under investigation. His parents are shocked that he “has become part of an evil history”. The two have no idea how their son such a dark side has developed and lives with the families of the victims and survivors of the shooting.

Exactly a half years for the attack in San Diego opened a right-radical fire in a synagogue in Pittsburgh. Eleven visitors were shooting on October 27, 2018 to the life. The shooter may face the death penalty.

Friday war veteran held that attack planned

The 26-year-old war veteran Mark Steven Domingo was Friday arrested by the FBI. The federal police office, the man came on the track after he repeatedly via the internet had let them know several “extremely bloody” attacks with explosives”. Domingo would have converted to islam after he was sent to Afghanistan.

Domingo had an attack in Long Beach as planned, he revealed in conversation with an undercover FBI agent. That is a tight three-hour drive from the scene of the attack on the synagogue in San Diego.

Domingo is indicted for attempting to support a terrorist organization. It is unclear whether he a lawyer has asked.

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