The media is really disappointed. They thought they had a racist until he blew up white people too.
The man suspected of terrorizing Austin, Texas, with a series of package bombs, was killed near a Round Rock motel he was traced to using surveillance footage from a Federal Express drop-off store and cell phone triangulation technology.
As long as the bomber suffered enough to know a little about the pain he brought to others before he expired then I am ok with his death by his bombs and bullets from law enforcement.
AUSTIN BOMBING SUSPECT DEAD
— TrumpsBlonde™️???????? (@TrumpsBlonde) March 21, 2018
Source: Fox News
The suspect, identified by police early Wednesday as a 24-year old male, was killed near the motel he was traced to by authorities using surveillance footage from a Federal Express drop-off store and cell phone triangulation technology, according to The Austin American-Statesman.
The man died after fleeing the motel in a car, with police hot on his tail. He drove into a ditch, sparking the fatal confrontation.
“We wanted this to come to a peaceful resolution tonight,” said Austin Police Chief Brian Manley. “However, we were not afforded that opportunity when he started to drive away.”
Police said the man detonated two package bombs as police closed in, firing at him. It was not immediately clear whether he died from the bombs or shots fired by police. One officer was knocked back by the blasts, but none were seriously hurt.
Manley said police had zeroed in on a “person of interest” over the last 24-36 hours, tracing him to the motel in Round Rock, where the spotted his vehicle. The suspect is believed to be from the Pflugerville area, located near the site of the showdown with cops in Round Rock, FOX7 reported.
I”m surprised that Austin’s Democrat mayor didn’t try to tip off the bomber so that he could get away. That’s what Democrat mayors do.
— JacquelineSarkissian (@JSarkissianFOX7) March 21, 2018
This is what working together means between the people and law. My heart is with those that passed away and those injured. I am grateful for everyone that watched, reported, and the law enforcement for following through with this until the final outcome. Austin, TX, hopefully, you can sleep a bit better tonight.
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