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Gilroy Garlic Festival, is being investigated as a domestic terrorism after the shooter’s target list ” was found, the FBI said

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FBI: Gilroy gunman had a list of goals for religious groups, buildings, and Trace Gallagher has the details.

Authorities are investigating the fatal Gilroy Garlic Festival, shooting as domestic terrorism after the discovery that the shooter had a “target list”), including churches, courthouses, and sites of specific political parties.

Santino, William Legan, may 19, is accused of firing 39 rounds with an AK-47-style rifle in California-a food festival on the 28th of July, killing three people and wounding 13 others, according to officials. He was hit multiple times by the police for turning a gun on himself.

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The FBI has opened a domestic terrorism investigation into the matter, according to John Brennan, the FBI agent in charge in San Francisco, california. He told reporters on Tuesday, a motive is still unclear in the shooting, and noted that the suspect appeared to be conflicting ideologies.

Gilroy shooter may have been planning a larger attack, based on the evidence found in the apartment.

He was brought up, the researchers found a “target list” compiled by the gunman, with national and religious institutions, federal buildings, courthouses and locations are to be identified with the two major political parties, but not the names of the people involved. He said that the Gilroy Garlic Festival and it was one of the goals.

The shooter was wearing a bullet-proof vest and had multiple magazines on his body and on to the floor when he opened fire. The authorities added, however, they found extra magazines, a rifle scope, a flashlight, and place it in a bag in a nearby creek.

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Keyla Salazar, 13, And Trevor Irby, 25, and Stephen Romero, 6, were killed in the shoot-out.

The following weekend, 31 people were killed in mass shootings in the Dayton, Ohio and El Paso, Texas.

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