Information is being released on ton the Carson City IHOP shooter along with the video of the September 6th tragedy. The Nevada Appeal first released the information in a presentation on Tuesday. The Associated Press obtained a copy of the PowerPoint presentation on Wednesday.
Eduardo Sencion, 32, was diagnosed in 1999 with paranoid schizophrenia. Since then, his mental issues had increased. Authorities said Sencion was born in Mexico, spoke fluent English, was a devout Catholic, graduated from high school and had no criminal history.
Before the rampage, the last thing he said to his family was, “I should have gone to work today.”
Sencion killed three National Guard members and two civilians before tuning a gun on himself.
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