A white supremacist who killed 10 people in a sick racist attack allegedly called for the death of London mayor Sadiq Khan in a chilling rant before his killing spree, reports say.
Payton Gendron is accused of writing the n-word on his rifle before broadcasting the atrocity live and shooting 13 people during the massacre yesterday (Saturday 14) at Tops Friendly store in Buffalo, New York.
The 18-year-old is beleived to be the owner of an online PDF, which ranted racist propaganda in 180-page manifesto calling for the murder of African American and Jewish people.
On page 165 of the document, the author created a category for “high-profile enemies” – including the British politician Sadiq Khan, reports The Mirror.
Within the heinous notes it said: "Sadiq Khan, The current mayor of London at the time of writing, an open sign of the disenfranchisement and ethnic replacement of the British people in the British isles.
"This Pakistani Muslim invader now sits as representative for the people of London. Londinium, the very heart of the British isles.
"What better sign of the white rebirth than the removal of this invader?"
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The manifesto also mentioned targets such as billionaire George Soros and Turkish leader Recep Erdoğan.
It is thought the suspected killer started shooting in the car park, where he killed three people.
He then went inside where he was shot by a security guard – who unfortunately couldn’t pierce his body armour and was then killed himself – before shooting the rest of the store.
The manifesto went on to rant about cases of sexual abuse in the UK, although it conveniently omitted cases with a white perpetrator.
It read: "Many of you may already know about the rape of British women by the invading forces, Rotherham of course being the most well-known case.
"But what few know is that Rotherham is just one of an ongoing trend of rape and molestation perpetrated by these non-white scum."
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