No, I will not be putting that piece of human garbage's name in this blog. We'll just call him the El Paso Shooter for now.

A Texas grand jury has officially indicted the El Paso Shooter on charges of capital murder stemming from the mass shooting that occurred in an El Paso Wal-Mart back on August 3rd.

El Paso County District Attorney Jaime Esparza sent out a press release stating that capital murder is highest possible charge and it can come with a death sentence or life in prison. Esparza said that they will be seeking the death penalty.

There are also federal charges that the El Paso Shooter could be facing, including hate crime and domestic terrorism counts.

Defense lawyers weren't immediately responding to the press release that the death penalty would be sought after, but the El Paso Shooter's lawyer, Mark Stevens, has said that they would use every tool possible to prevent his client from getting the death penalty.