Dallas shooter Micah X. Johnson apparently had bigger plans for police officers than what we saw occur a few nights ago.
Here’s more from The Blaze:
The suspect in the deadly attack on Dallas police taunted authorities during two hours of negotiations, laughing at them, singing and at one point asking how many officers he had shot, Dallas Police Chief David Brown said Sunday.
“We’re convinced that this suspect had other plans and thought that what he was doing was righteous and believed that he was going to target law enforcement — make us pay for what he sees as law enforcement’s efforts to punish people of color,” Brown told CNN’s Jake Tapper Sunday on “State of the Union.”
Micah Johnson, a black Army veteran, insisted on speaking with a black negotiator and wrote in blood on the wall of a parking garage where police cornered and later killed him, Brown said.
Johnson, who was apparently wounded in a shootout with police, wrote the letters “RB” and other markings. Investigators are now trying to decipher the writing by looking through evidence from Johnson’s suburban Dallas home, Brown said.
The chief defended the decision to kill Johnson with a bomb delivered by remote-controlled robot, saying negotiations went nowhere and that officers could not approach him without putting themselves in danger.
Brown said he became increasingly concerned that “at a split second, he would charge us and take out many more before we would kill him.”
To prove Johnson was crazy, he left the letters “RB” in his own blood.
People are now trying to figure out what the characters stand for.