At a time when shooting people indiscriminately has become commonplace in the United States , where the number of incidents of this kind has reached at least 198 so far this year, the highest number since 2016, the repercussions of the attack on a shopping center north of Dallas in Texas Saturday are still repercussions. past, continuing.
The attack, which has left eight people dead so far, was carried out by Mauricio Garcia, a 33-year-old security guard who lived in a quiet neighborhood of northeast Dallas with his family before moving into a motel 15 miles away on North Stemons Highway.
A strange message indicating an obsession with money
According to the police, Garcia died without any felony offenses, but he was a neo-Nazi sympathizer.
As for the surprise, it was that the killer left a strange and distorted voicemail on his phone, in which the killer welcomed the callers with phrases indicating an obsession with money, according to the Daily Mail.
The report indicated that Garcia put, instead of the usual phrase “leave your name and number”, a message asking his parents to get money, and insisting on the service provider that his cell phone bill had already been paid, indicating that he had a lot of money.
The killer left the callers messages in his own voice saying: “Hi.. this is Mauricio, if you are the phone company I sent you the money, or if you are my parents please send the money, if you are my financial aid institution you did not lend me enough money, and if you are a friend You owe me money.. If you are a female, don’t worry, I have a lot of money.”
It was not immediately clear when Garcia recorded the message, or how much of it was said in jest.
When asked about him, neighbors said he was quiet but always behaved unusually.
A severe/serious attack has occurred.
It is noteworthy that a gunman opened fire, last Saturday, inside a mall north of Dallas, Texas, which resulted in at least 7 dead and 8 wounded so far, who were taken to hospitals.
CNN reported that some of the victims were children under the age of five, while the shooter was killed instantly by the police.
There have been at least 198 mass shootings in the United States so far this year, the highest number since 2016. Sadly, mass shootings have become a common occurrence in the country.