Law officers identify Austin bombing suspect as 24-year-old Mark Conditt
Pflugerville, Texas
   
 
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PFLUGERVILLE — Three law enforcement sources confirmed to the Express-News that the suspect in the deadly Austin bombings was Mark Anthony Conditt, 24, of this small town north of Austin.

Officers with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the Texas Department of Public Safety were at a neighborhood here, where it's believed Conditt may have been living for two years.

Jay Schulze, 42, said FBI agents swarmed the neighborhood at around 9 p.m. Tuesday, flying drones overhead and setting up a command post in a local church. Officials warned residents to stay indoors.


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Comments:
Wow after seeing a picture of him he looks like the only terrorist group he could belong to would be Vanilla ISIS.

What the hell could motivate someone to do this? Not that there is ANY justification but I'm afraid this might not be the last of this Vanilla ISIS type of terrorism.

Posted by blueeyes at 3/21/2018 12:27:43 PM

Vanilla ISIS? Wow, what an ingenious moniker for white people who commit crimes. So what do you call all the rioters and looters that trashed cities after the Michael Brown circus put on their show? Chocolate ISIS?
Posted by Sasquatch at 3/22/2018 1:20:49 PM

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