Last Hospitalized Victim Of The Wal Mart Shooting Has Died

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"Final night time at 11:12 we misplaced a warrior however gained an angel".

'His courage, his strength and his story have touched many lives, including those of our caregivers, who tirelessly fought with him and for him every step of the way, ' Shrimp said.

The back-to-back massacres sparked a political outcry, with El Paso native and then-Democratic Party presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke demanding the mandatory confiscation of the assault-style rifles often used in mass shootings.

He was outside the store with his wife Jessica and their two children, fundraising for the El Paso Fusion Soccer Club - his daughter's soccer team that he helped coach - when a gunman opened fire, killing 22 people and injuring dozens more.

He leaves behind his wife, Jessica, Coco Garcia, and the couple's two children, who also attended the fundraiser. The Associated Press reported that a week after the shooting, Jessica had rose from her wheelchair to hold a speech across the road from the county jail where the suspected gunman was being detained.

Guillermo "Memo" Garcia was the last remaining patient from the deadly attack in El Paso on August 3 that has now killed 23 and injured dozens.

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'Racism is something I always wanted to think didn't exist. He was the 23rd person to die as a result of the mass shooting. "Obviously, it does", she said.

The suspect in the shooting, Patrick Crusius, is accused of targeting Latino men and women in his attack.

He has been charged with capital murder and federal hate crimes after a manifesto reportedly written by him was discovered online. "We are grieving with his family and with our community", the medical center's CEO David Shimp said.

The Garcias, of El Paso, were shopping at the crowded Walmart with their two children on the morning of August 3 when shots rang out.

Police said Crusius confessed to the mass shooting and that he targeted Mexicans.

The Garcia family is among several families and individuals who sued Walmart, accusing the retailer of failing to provide adequate security to protect its customers.

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