REAL PHOTO: Picture of Dollar General shooter, Ryan Palmeter, revealed after killing 3 black people in Jacksonville, Florida KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Saturday, August 26, 2023

REAL PHOTO: Picture of Dollar General shooter, Ryan Palmeter, revealed after killing 3 black people in Jacksonville, Florida

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Picture of Dollar General shooter, Ryan Palmeter, revealed after killing 3 black people in Jacksonville, Florida.

Waters said there's no evidence the shooter is part of a group and that he acted alone.

"We are heartbroken by the senseless act of violence that occurred at our Kings Road store in Jacksonville, Florida today," Dollar General said. "At this time, supporting our Jacksonville employees and the DG family impacted by this tragedy is a top priority as we work closely with law enforcement."

Nearby Edward Waters University, a historically Black college, issued a "stay in place" order for the campus Saturday, and said authorities have checked all campus facilities.

The school said there was no preliminary indication the shooting involved students, faculty or staff.

At 1:53 p.m. the shooter's family called the Clay County Sheriff's Office — but by that time, Waters said, he has already began shooting at the Dollar General store on Kings Road and Canal Street.

The three messages the shooter left, Waters said, detailed "a disgusting ideology of hate."

Stop Antisemitism attributed the incident to GDL—described by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) as "a small network of virulently antisemitic provocateurs," whose name and branding parodies the ADL.

"This is a welcoming—this is a diverse city," Mike Jachles, a police spokesperson, told WPTV. "But we have no place for that. We don't welcome them, those types of messages."

"I don't think us showing up had anything to do with their timeline," Jachles told another local news station, WPEC. "They were on public property; whether you endorse the message or not, we have to enforce the law. So we're looking at what, if any, laws were broken."

On January 16, Stop Antisemitism posted footage watermarked with the logo of NSF, of another building projection, this time in Jacksonville. On the top of the Wells Fargo building, the words "Jews are wrecking the U.S.A." scroll across.. 

Liora Rez, executive director of Stop Antisemitism, told Newsweek it had traced the stunts back to Minadeo through one of his posts on the social media platform Gab.

Ben Popp, an investigative researcher at ADL's Center on Extremism, said the rise in incidents was linked to Minadeo's move from California to Florida, and that it had tracked others associated with GDL travelling to Florida to join the demonstrations.

Local police later told news station WPTV that a projector and generator had been used in the incident and that the men were confronted but were not cooperative.

A “white male” gunman wearing tactical gear killed three people at a Florida Dollar General store in a “racially motivated” attack using an assault rifle covered in Nazi swastikas say police.

The shocking incident in Jacksonville on Saturday is now being investigated as a racially motivated hate crime by the FBI and local law enforcement.

The suspected shooter, who died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, was initially seen near the library on the campus of the city’s Edward Waters University but security guards tried to take him into custody and he escaped. 

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