Sunday, February 28, 2021
Sunday, February 28, 2021

Glendale Westgate Shooter Identified by His Mother as Armando Hernandez, 20

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Glendale Westgate shooter identified by his mother as 20-year-old Armando Hernandez, Your Content has exclusively learned. Police have not confirmed the identity.

We broke the story … a crazed gunman opened fire just before 8 p.m. local time at the Westgate Entertainment District in Glendale, just outside Phoenix.

“Hello my name is Armando Jr. Hernandez and I’m going to be the shooter of Westgate 2020,” the crazed gunman said in a video obtained by Your Content filmed just moments before opening fire.

“This is to get back at mean society so lets get this done! This society is full of sh*t!”

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One woman begging: “I had nothing to do with that! You don’t know me, please.”

“This society is full of sh*t!” Hernandez shouted back.

‘I just witnessed an armed terrorist with an AR-15 shoot up Westgate. There are multiple victims,’ said Sen. Martín Quezada.

Three people were rushed to the hospital after being shot, according to a local NBC network.

The suspect’s mother identified her son Armando Hernandez from Peoria, 20, as the shooter, but police have not verified this.

The woman says Hernandez is a graduate of Raymond Kellis High School and a former classmate also identified him as the shooter.

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