Posted June 8, 2016 12:15 am by Comments

By James England

HOUSTON, TEXAS — A good guy with a gun tried to stop a mass shooting which took place over Memorial Day weekend at a car wash and tire store in Houston. The news has been strangely mum about it and the details surrounding the story seem awash with obvious omissions.

First, there’s the shooter, which ABC 13 identified as an Army veteran with past tours in Afghanistan who believed that the collapse of the United States was underway. He was identified predominantly because a military style backpack with ammunition and his birth certificate were found at the crime scene but not collected as evidence by Houston police.

via Click2Houston

The combat style backpack, inexplicably uncollected by the Houston Police Department Sunday, was found Monday, in plain sight, at the service station that caught fire on the 13200 block of Memorial Drive. The sack contained bullets and a birth certificate, among other items.

That’s the first component that we know about. The second is a Good Samaritan who stepped in to try to help others. Houston police report via ABC 13 that they initially had suspected him to be involved in the shooting but it was later revealed that he had …Read the Rest

Source:: Concealed Nation

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