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One Fresno shooting victim appeared to be carrying groceries

FRESNO, Calif. >> A resident says a victim of the Fresno shooting that left three men dead was lying on the sidewalk leading to his front door and had appeared to be carrying groceries.

Stephen Hughes says he and his wife rushed home Tuesday after receiving a frantic call from a neighbor. They saw a body draped in a blanket.

Hughes said he’s lived for 40 years in the home, which is in a neighborhood lined with tall, mature trees.

The blanket was later removed and replaced by black screens, from which a pair of feet in black shoes and white socks could be seen. Nearby was a bag of groceries, partly spilled.

The man’s identity wasn’t released. Another victim was a utility worker sitting in a work truck and a man gunned downed in a charity parking lot.

The suspect in the shooting consistently posted racially charged videos and phrases on social media.

On what appeared to be Kori Ali Muhammad’s Facebook page, he repeatedly posted “#LetBlackPeopleGo” and encouraged “black warriors” to “mount up.”

A posting Monday says, “My kill rate increases tremendously on the other side.” He also posted about “white devils” and on several occasions, posted status updates that included the phrase “Allahu Akbar,” or “God is great” in Arabic.

He linked almost daily to YouTube videos and an iTunes album titled “True Story Kori.” He appears on the cover of the album.

Police say he shot and killed three white men at random today before being arrested.

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