Buffalo shooter Payton Gendron released a manifesto for white supremacy


The teenager accused of killing 10 people in the Buffalo supermarket massacre has only released a rambling white supremacist manifesto that spits out a racist philosophy and outlines his step-by-step plans.

Payton Gendron, who officials say traveled for “several hours,” claimed in a 180-page rant that he “radicalized” himself on the internet as he was bored during the early days of the pandemic, and not by people he met personally.

Through his ‘research’, the self-proclaimed white supremacist and anti-Semite has come to view the world’s low white birth rates as a ‘crisis’ that ‘will ultimately lead to the complete replacement of the race and culture of the European people’ , he added. wrote.

Investigators believe the manifesto is authentic and matches key personal details of the suspect and how the crime unfolded, law enforcement sources told the Post. They are still waiting to get a Gendron-owned computer, the sources said.

He mentioned other racially motivated killings and said he ‘basically agreed’ with Brenton Harrison Tarrant, who live-streamed his own attack that killed 51 people attending a New Zealand mosque in March 2019 .

So far, ten people have been killed in the mass shooting.

He said he started planning the attack in January and chose Tops supermarket in Buffalo because it “had the highest percentage of black population” by zip code and was not far away. from his Southern Tier home. A section of the manifesto details his step-by-step plans for the day, including the corned beef hash he would eat for breakfast, how he would travel to Buffalo and explore the supermarket, how he would wear his body armor -bullets and would carry his gun and how he would post a livestream online.

He reportedly carried out the attack at 3 p.m. instead of the scheduled 4 p.m. The madman also stopped his attack ahead of a planned rampage in the neighborhood.

Payton Gendron appears during his arraignment in Buffalo court.
Payton Gendron appears during his arraignment in Buffalo court.
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Payton Gendron
Payton Gendron is said to have published a 180-page manifesto.
Mark Mulville/The Buffalo News/AP

Of the 13 people he shot at the supermarket, 11 were black, officials said, including a “hero” security guard and former Buffalo cop who was among those killed.

He uses nearly 100 pages to describe his choices of firearms, body armor, gear, and clothing in great detail. The manifesto includes photos of sketch comedian Sam Hyde holding a gun.


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