To whom it may concern, people frequently post photos of tattoos shortly after getting them. Photos archive a moment in time. So the new ink, even when old and faded will always look new in the photo.
At this point, it seems nearly certain that the Allen, Texas mall shooter had Nazi tattoos. However a number of wack jobs online are making a lot out of the fact that photos surfaced show fairly new tattoos is astounding. This is a screenshot of one Tweet, because I will no longer embed Tweets if avoidable.
As I said at the top of this article.
More reporting on the situation below. This entire story is sad and I lack the emotional bandwidth to write about it with more detail.
The man accused of killing eight people and wounding several others in a mass shooting at a suburban Dallas shopping mall researched when it was busiest and posted photos on social media in mid-April of a store near where he ultimately started his attack.
In the days since nine people (including the gunman) were shot and killed at a mall in Allen, Texas, investigators and journalists have been looking to trace the online footprint of the shooter, named by authorities as 33-year-old Mauricio Garcia.