The Dayton, Ohio shooting; within 12 hours of the Wal-Mart shooting in El Paso, Texas; followed by a series of incidents at other Wal-Mart stores; illustrates the “contagion” effect documented after other mass shootings, including the 2018 massacre at Parkland High School in Florida.

On the day of the Dayton attack, a Florida man was arrested for threatening to "shoot up" his local Wal-Mart, telling police he was intrigued by the recent massacres, the New York Post reported.

 
On Tuesday, panicked customers fled a Wal-Mart in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, when customers drew guns during an argument, prompting a report of an active shooter.
 
On Wednesday afternoon, a Wal-Mart in Federal Way, Washington, south of Seattle, was evacuated when a man who appeared to be armed walked in and threatened to open fire.
 
Source: WND

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