"There's the issue of B-roll where the sound bite can be played over and over and over again," he said. "They're trying to set a moral position and a lead they hope the media will follow."
Adam Lankford, University of Alabama criminology professor, said shooters are often "looking for someone to blame so they can latch onto an existing narrative," and if one ideology falls through, "they may just keep looking."
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