The one dead suspect in the murder of five Dallas police officers on Thursday has been identified as Micah X Johnson.
Johnson was a member of the U.S. Army Reserve who was deployed to Afghanistan in Nov. 2013 until July 2014 before he was and honorably discharged in 2015, according to Fox News.
Brian New of CBS 11 reported that Johnson had no known terrorist ties and no prior criminal record.
Suspected Dallas sniper shooter Micah Xavier Johnson had no prior criminal record, no terrorist ties. pic.twitter.com/Dotw6DmeCN
— Brian New (@BrianNewCBS) July 8, 2016
When left wing politicians crow about gun control measures in the wake of this attack keep in mind, if his identity is proven to be accurate, Johnson would have passed the increased background checks so many of them are calling for.
Not long after Johnson was identified as the man who said he wanted to “kill white people” before police detonated a bomb that killed him, pictures of the thug were discovered on social media.
Micah Xavier Johnson. Dallas sniper suspect was Army reservist: pic.twitter.com/bOZOqlUAw4
— 3ChicsPolitico (@3ChicsPolitico) July 8, 2016
— Dr Kelly Sennholz (@MtnMD) July 8, 2016
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