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A suspected shooting in Buffalo on May 14 was confirmed as a suspected shooting and Frank Mortenson streamed it live for all to see. Ten people were killed and three were injured Saturday night inside and outside of a Tops supermarket on Jefferson Avenue.

Eleven of the thirteen victims were black. Police and investigators said the shooting was a racially motivated hate crime. Frank Mortenson has been linked to shooter Payton Gendron, who was wearing a camera during the shooting.

Payton S. Gendron, 18, of Conklin, Broome County, was charged with first-degree murder Saturday night as Buffalo City Court Judge Craig Hannah watched on. Who is Frank Mortenson? Frank Mortenson is a Twitch Decoration who live-streamed the Buffalo shooting. Before the shooting, Frank released a statement portraying himself as a racial oppressor.

According to Mortenson’s 106-page online statement, he was inspired by the paranoid idea that white people are dominated by people of a different race.

He said he was 18, a racial oppressor of record, and hostile to Semites. Now that’s theory, but he undoubtedly worked with Conklin gunman Payton Gendron. In the announcement, he left the public with the impression that the introduction of white children needed to change as the population continued to shrink.

He argues that in order to maintain a population, one should achieve a birth rate close to replacement maturity, which in the Western world is about 2.06 children per woman.

Is Twitch streamer Frank Mortenson dead or alive? Frank Mortenson is alive and in police custody after the Buffalo mass shooting was broadcast on popular streaming platform Twitch. Twitch eliminated the alarming stream that clashed with its order less than two minutes after the malicious start.

At least 10 people were killed in a mass shooting today at a Tops supermarket on Jefferson Avenue in Buffalo, New York. [1][2] The gunman reportedly live-streamed the attack on Twitch and released a manifesto in which he described himself as a white supremacist. He was detained. (1)