After racist city slaughter, Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan released statement.

After three people were slain in the city in a shooting at a Dollar General store, Shad Khan, the owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars football team, has issued a statement.

A swastika-painted gun is thought to have been used by the shooter, who has been identified locally as 21-year-old Ryan Palmeter of Oakleaf,

to fatally shoot three Black persons before turning the weapon on himself. According to the police, he also wrote a racist manifesto.

In a statement that was just released, the owner of the local NFL team expressed his condolences to the families and said that "hate is not the proper decision." Through a team news statement, Khan stated, 

"I feel the suffering that the victims' friends and families are through. Knowing that this tragic incident in New Town will be remembered as a hate crime against Black people in our neighborhood makes it even more sad.

"There are some things we cannot change, but we can change how we behave toward one another in love and kindness.

Hatred is the wrong course of action. Hatred shouldn't harm anyone. Nothing should be hated.

The victims were verified by officials to be two males and a woman. There haven't been any other reports of additional victims of the incident. Palmeter reportedly left his parents' house in Clay County at 11:39 on Saturday morning and traveled to Jacksonville.

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