A party in Oklahoma ended in bloodshed when a partygoer tried to take away flag with a swastika from a Nazi
According to official information, the incident occurred in Garfield County. The locals told that Alexander John Feaster worshiped Nazism for a year and hung Nazi flags in his yard.
On the night of Saturday to Sunday, a party was held in front of the Feaster's house, during which one of the participants decided to steal a flag with a swastika. The flag owner noticed the invasion and shot several times at the fleeing woman.
“It’s never really been a problem, his flags got stolen a couple times when he first put them out but nothing ever came of it,” a neighbor said, according to RawStory. “This is the first time it’s ever come to violence. He’s been out mowing neighbors’ yards and just smiling and waving at everyone.”
Police said a 26-year-old woman was found with numerous gunshot wounds in a ditch near the shooter's house. Several rifles, 14 pistols and ammunition were also seized from the suspect's house. It is not currently known whether Feaster owned all of these weapons legally.
To date, Alexander John Feaster has been detained on charges of attempted murder and aggravated assault. A woman who is shot will also be charged with theft.
According to police reports, despite injuries, the woman will survive.