Dallas police are looking for a man in a camouflage shirt who was photographed marching in tonight’s Black Lives Matter protest in Dallas before the shooting started. The latest reports indicate that ten police officers where hit and four killed by at least two shooters. Early media reports in fluid situations like this are frequently incorrect. In fact . . .
11:14pm CMT: Jed Hannay reports “CBS DFW is reporting the man named as the suspect is not the shooter. His name is Mark Hughes according to his brother Cory Hughes. Cory is saying his brother did have a gun downtown but he did not shoot it and he is not the shooter. “He did have a firearm. He did have an AR-15 with him. I told him to go give that gun to the police so there would be no question about the shooting. People, trust me, there is no way it is him!”
In addition, the individual pictured was photographed while marching with the crowd. The latest reports indicate that the shooting came from at least two elevated positions above the crowd.