A few minutes later, as the shooting became national news and after edits were made to the gunman's page, the MyLife profile said the gunman was "currently a registered Democrat Party; ethnicity is Antifa; and religious views are listed as Antifa."
According to a lawsuit, Milan was the backseat passenger in a vehicle with three other men in the parking lot of Walmart Neighborhood Market on April 23. The lawsuit said the suspects, believing that someone they were looking for was in the Milan vehicle, rushed toward the car with weapons drawn and began to break the windows. This happened "suddenly and without warning," according to the lawsuit. Fearing they were being attacked by gang members, the driver of the car began to drive away. That's when the lawsuit says the suspects opened fire several times at the vehicle, striking Milan in his back and chest.
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