Kansas City residents are furious after this shooting suspect does the unthinkable

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After winning an unforgettable Super Bowl, Kansas City Chiefs fans (and all of America for that matter) were devastated after a shooting erupted at last week’s victory parade. 

Now that law enforcement has identified and charged the suspects allegedly responsible for the shooting many are left to wonder how such a brutal shootout could happen in broad daylight. 

And Kansas City residents are furious after the shooting suspect does the unthinkable. 

A total lack of remorse

Last Wednesday, Americans were horrified to find out that a shooting unfolded at the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade. 

Earlier this week, authorities finally announced charges for two men and two juveniles, who were allegedly involved.

“Two local men now face second-degree murder charges and multiple other felony accusations in connection with the homicide of Elizabeth ‘Lisa’ Lopez-Galvan and the non-fatal shootings of more than 20 others outside of Union Station last Wednesday,” KMBC-TV reported.

“Dominic M. Miller, an 18 or 19-year-old born in 2005 whose date of birth has not been fully released, of Kansas City and 23-year-old Lyndell Mays of Raytown are each facing second-degree murder charges, two counts of armed criminal action and two counts of an unlawful use of a weapon,” the report added.

Lyndell Mays, a 23-year-old suspect, has not shown any remorse for his alleged actions which left Elizabeth Lopez-Galvan dead and many others injured, including many small children. 

Even worse, the family of Mays set up a GoFundMe page following the shooting, asking others to give them money because “getting shot multiple times at a time that was [meant] to bring so much joy to so many has [brought] pain and sadness to all that was attending.”

However, recently released legal documents indicate that Mays pulled his gun first, effectively starting the shooting.

Per court documents obtained by The New York Post, “Mays confirmed that he drew his gun first… and started shooting, all because they said, ‘I’m going to get you,’ and to him, that meant, ‘I’m going to kill you.’”

Furthermore, these court documents show that as soon as Mays pulled his gun, the other suspects pulled theirs, firing indiscriminately at each other while in the crowd. 

The Mays family has since taken down their GoFundMe page, however, Mays nor his family have made any statements showing remorse for the damage he allegedly caused.

Out-of-control violence across America

Following the death of George Floyd in 2020, crime spiked all across the nation, especially in Democrat-controlled cities, like Kansas City. 

As a result, many Americans fear leaving their homes to shop, work or celebrate.

Meanwhile, hardened criminals roam the streets with little to no fear of facing the consequences for their horrific actions.

Until Democrat lawmakers are ready to take crime seriously, many fear that crime in America will continue to surge. 

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.