Buffalo, New York.- White supremacist executes at least 10 people in Buffalo. At least ten people were massacred by an individual who professes white supremacy and xenophobia, in a Supermarket in the city of Buffalo in the State of New York in the United States of America.
Authorities revealed that it will be investigated as a hate crime and a case of “racially motivated violent extremism.”
Another massacre in the daily statistics of violent deaths in the US.
The United States has once again been shocked by another massacre, this time carried out by an 18-year-old white man who traveled heavily armed and protected with military equipment to a neighborhood of mostly African-American inhabitants of Buffalo, in the extreme north of the state of New York, according to official information.
“It’s clearly a racially motivated hate crime, from someone outside our community, from outside the city,” Erie County Sheriff John Garcia said at a news conference in which authorities noted that eleven of all thirteen victims were black.
For his part, FBI Special Agent Steven Belanger added that they are investigating the incident “as a hate crime and a case of racially motivated violent extremism.”
County Police Commissioner Joseph Gramaglia said the injured have non-life-threatening injuries.
Statistics of violent deaths in the US are appalling.
Between 2008 and 2018 there was a death by firearm every four minutes and a mass shooting every 25 hours. In general, these mass shootings are not mentioned if there are not at least two victims, according to monitoring carried out by NGOs in the US.
A large percentage of the shootings are against African-American minorities, Latinos and even against the LGBT community, like the one that happened in Florida.
The year 2021 was a deadly year for violent gun deaths in the United States, leaving a toll of 44,818 gun victims.