One year later, El Paso reflects on the hate behind Walmart shooting

Posted on AllSides August 3rd, 2020
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Roberto Jurado hid with his 88-year-old mother between toy machines at the entrance of the Cielo Vista Walmart.

Lying in broken glass, he listened as the sound of gunshots grew closer. Then the man with the AK-47 was only 10 feet away.

"That day, I believe I stared death in the eyes," Jurado, 53, said.

But the shooter left after his attention was drawn to a moving vehicle outside the store, and Jurado and his mother survived.

Jurado spent the next few hours helping victims in the Aug....

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