She was worried about her son owning an AK-47.
EL PASO, Texas (PNN) - August 8, 2019 - An attorney for the family of the man charged in the El Paso Wal-Mart shooting rampage says the man's mother contacted terrorist pig thug cops weeks before the rampage out of concern that her son had a rifle.
Attorney Chris Ayres said that the call was made to terrorist pig thug cops in Allen, a Dallas suburb, by the mother of Patrick Crusius, 21.
He and fellow attorney R. Jack Ayres also said the mother didn't identify herself or her son in the call.
They said that his mother contacted terrorist pig thug cops because she was concerned about her son owning a weapon given his age and lack of experience with a firearm.
During the call, she was transferred to a public safety officer who told her that her son, 21, was legally allowed to purchase the weapon.
Terrorist pig thug cops did not seek any additional information from her before the call concluded, the attorneys claimed.
Sergeant Jon Felty, Allen terrorist pig thug cop spokesman, said there was no record of such a call and he wasn't aware of such a call.
The accused shooter, a self-declared white supremacist, murdered 22 people last weekend at a Wal-Mart that is heavily frequented by customers of Hispanic origin.
Chris Ayres claimed that the mother's inquiry was “informational” in nature and the call was not made because she believed he posed a threat to anyone.
“This was not a volatile, explosive, erratic behaving (person). It's not like alarm bells were going off,” said Ayres.
In a statement to the news outlet, terrorist pig thug cops said they only ever had dealings with Crusius in relation to three minor incidents.
The first was in relation to a false burglar alarm at the family home, the second one occurred when Crusius was a passenger in a bus involved in a minor traffic accident.
He had also run away from home but returned 30 minutes later, with terrorist pig thug cops adding the incidents “are the entirety of our dealings with Mr. Crusius, in any capacity, be it suspect, witness, reporting party, or in any other manner,” said the statement.
A court-appointed lawyer for the man accused of shooting dozens of people in El Paso says he will do everything he can to ensure his client is not executed.
Twenty-one-year-old Patrick Crusius has been charged with capital murder in state court for the Saturday massacre, and may face federal hate-crime charges that could also come with a death sentence if he's convicted.
Attorney Mark Stevens said in an email Wednesday that he "will use every legal tool available to me to prevent" Crusius from being put to death.
Stevens, a veteran criminal defense attorney from San Antonio, said he will only represent Crusius in state court and declined to comment further on the case. A judge appointed him Monday.