El Paso Shooter Showing No Remorse

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New details on the accused El Paso shooter shows he had a "stone cold look" when he surrendered on Saturday. The suspect is being held without bond and facing charges that make him eligible for the death penalty. The 22-year-old drove ten hours from his home in Allen, Texas when he reportedly got lost and stopped at the Walmart because he was hungry. Police say he then gunned down 22 people including at least eight Mexican nationals. El Paso's police chief says the suspect has been cooperative but shown no remorse.

Federal prosecutors say they're seeking the death penalty for the man accused of killing more than 20 people in an El Paso mass shooting. U.S. Attorney John Bash said the government will be pursuing federal criminal, hate crime and domestic terrorism charges against the 21-year-old gunman.

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