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Louisville Mass Shooter Believed Killing ‘Upper Class White People’ Could Finally Secure Gun Control

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The released journal of Connor Sturgeon, the Louisville mass shooter, reveals his targeting of “upper class white people” as a means to advocate for more gun control.

Sturgeon expressed frustration over climate disaster and gun access, stating his intention to make an impact by causing the deaths of “upper class white people.”

He described the shooting as intentional and planned, hoping it would send a message to those in power. (Trending: US Troops Deliver Devastating Blow to Biden)

Sturgeon previously posted, “I have decided to make an impact. But because I was depressed and able to buy (guns?) they are gone. Perhaps this is the impact for change–upper class white people dying.”

On the day before the attack, Sturgeon posted, “This is not an accident.”

Adding, “I’m sorry I had to lie all week, but this is something I have to do.

“It has all been planned, and it is flawed but I think it will work,” confessed Sturgeon.

Adding, “I pray this can send a message to those in power that they are not invincible. I’m sorry for everything.”

Sturgeon emphasized that, “This is intentional. There is nothing anyone could have done,” on the night before the shooting.

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