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Suspect in Norway Mosque Attack Inspired by New Zealand, El Paso Shootings: Report

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Suspect in Norway Mosque Attack Inspired by New Zealand, El Paso Shootings: Report

Suspect in Norway Mosque Attack Inspired by New Zealand, El Paso Shootings: Report

Message board postings from the man suspected of attacking a mosque in Norway show he was inspired by deadly mass shootings in New Zealand and El Paso, Texas.

Veuer’s Justin Kircher has more.

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