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Retired Federal Agent Linked to Buffalo Supermarket Shooter’s Private Forum




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A retired federal agent is being investigated by authorities in connection with the Buffalo supermarket shooting, Your Content has learned.

The investigation centers around the agent’s alleged involvement in a private race-hate forum, where the shooter was known as ‘Sandman.’

Authorities suspect that the agent may have had advance knowledge of the massacre but failed to report it.

According to sources, the shooter, Payton Gendron, 18, shared his plans with the retired federal agent before carrying out the attack.

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Approximately 30 minutes before the shooting, Gendron invited at least six people to a Discord group to discuss his intentions.

The FBI has confirmed that none of the individuals who received Gendron’s message alerted the authorities about his plot.

It remains unclear whether the retired federal agent in question viewed the message before the massacre took place.

On May 14, Gendron opened fire at a Buffalo grocer, resulting in the tragic deaths of ten people.

He has since been charged with murder and may also face federal terror charges.

As the investigation unfolds, authorities are diligently working to determine if anyone else had prior knowledge of the mass shooting and whether they should be held accountable as accomplices, according to The Buffalo News.

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