The mass shooting suspect that killed a couple and injured three others at Washington Music Festival last June 17 allegedly experienced a bad hallucination during the incident.
“This is the end,” the mass shooting suspect told his girlfriend many times
The mass shooting suspect killed a couple and injured three others at Washington Music Festival last June 17, allegedly experiencing a bad hallucination during the incident.
The man accused of the mass shooting that killed a couple and injured three others outside the Washington music festival last June 17 believed that the world was coming to an end, according to documents gained by several outlets.
James M. Kelly, the mass shooting suspect and an active member of the U.S. Army before heading to the festival with his girlfriend, allegedly took a dose of psychedelic mushrooms and experienced hallucinations.
The police arrested and charged the mass shooting suspect with two counts of murder and several counts of injuries
The mass shooting suspect allegedly began firing into the campground before 8:30 p.m. He hit and killed Brandy Escamilla and Josilyn Ruiz, an engaged couple planning to attend the music festival.
When the police officers had located the suspect, the suspect had turned the gun on Luksich, hitting her twice. The police shot the suspect once and injured him. After the suspect was treated, he was discharged and booked in Jail, where he is in custody without bail.