El Paso Commemorates First Anniversary Of Walmart Shooting


Governor Greg Abbott is encouraging all flags to be lowered to half-staff for the first anniversary of the El Paso Walmart shooting. El Pasoans started honoring the 23 victims with a luminaria walk around Cleveland Square Park Thursday night. There's a digital memorial on the Digie Wall at the El Paso Museum of History and a drive-thru vigil at St. Mark's Catholic Church at 6 P.M. tonight. One year ago today 21-year-old Patrick Crusius is accused of shooting and killing 23 people in the El Paso Walmart. He told officials he was targeting Hispanic people. He faces capital murder charges.

Photo: 23 lights shine in honor of the 23 victims of the Walmart shooting during a drive-thru luminaria to commemorate the first anniversary of the attack in El Paso, Texas. (Getty Images)


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