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Austin bombing suspect blew himself to death

Conditt doesn't have any criminal record in Central Texas


The recent update comes about the suspect bomber who found to be involved in Austin bombing with some exploding packages dies today i.e on Wednesday morning after exploding his own car while police are about to catch him. The authority people give proper details about the incidence and are ahead to work to stop such kind of incidences in future.

The suspect who is identified as Mark Anthony Conditt 23 had donated the bomb in his own vehicle when 35 police officers were around. One of the officers gets minor injuries in this incidence. The past record tells that Conditt’s name on a home in Travis County which is near to Pflugerville which is calling to be bought by his father and him in February 2017. The Governor Greg Abbott tells that they had investigated the suspect from his roommates and friends. He tells that they try to know about his schedule of coming and going.

Austin bombing suspect blew himself to death

It is also updated that the suspect, Conditt doesn’t have any criminal record in Central Texas which is calling to be a point to be surprised about. Governor Greg Abbott tells that the suspect was unemployed and had never been in the military too. At this incidence, police tell that they surely find Conditt responsible for the bombing attack on Austin and at a FedEx facility in Schertz, Texas which continued to threaten the people since March 2.

The suspect Conditt had kept a blog with himself when he was a student. He had spoken against the gay marriage and was in favor of the death penalty. Conditt tells about himself on his blog by writing,”My name is Mark Conditt. I enjoy cycling, parkour, tennis, reading, and listening to music. I am not that politically inclined. I view myself as a conservative, but I don’t think I have enough information to defend my stance as well as it should be defended. The reasons I am taking this class is because I want to understand the US government, and I hope that it will help me clarify my stance, and then defend it.”