Texas Man Fabricates Mall Shooting Story To Push Gun Control Agenda!

You’ve probably heard some of Steven Spainhouer’s accounts of what he claimed to have seen when he arrived at the site of the shooting at the Allen, Texas, mall on May 6.

The apparent former Army commander and self-described “gun lover” told a graphic, heartbreaking story to the media to spread a message.


“When you get hit with an automatic weapon fire at close range, there is no opportunity for survival,” Spainhouer told MSNBC. “I don’t know what the gunman’s problem was, but it wasn’t mental health that killed these people. It was an automatic rifle with bullets.”

“I have guns. But these [high-powered rifles] have got to get off the streets or this is going to keep happening. We’ve got to stop that at some point.”

Those quotes are from a Fox News article titled “Witness who called for gun control in aftermath of Texas mall shooting lied about his actions: police”

It includes gems like this:

“Mr. Spainhouer arrived between 3:44 and 3:52 p.m. and was not first on the scene, nor was he on the property while gunfire was occurring,” the department said, adding that Spainhouer “did not perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) or administer first aid” and “did not move a deceased mother who was covering a live child.”

However, the police questioned the account and ultimately, the Department stated quite clearly that Spainhouer is not a credible witness.

Allen Police Department, which released a statement Friday that said he was not a “credible” witness.

“Allen Police Department wants to inform the public of discrepancies with statements made by a witness to several media outlets. Following the shooting at Allen Premium Outlets, Mr. Steven Spainhouer of McKinney, Texas gave multiple public accounts of his actions,” the police statement wrote. “Inconsistencies between these public accounts and investigative facts led Allen Police Department to conduct a follow-up interview. During this interview, detectives determined that Mr. Spainhouer is not a credible incident witness.”

The police response comes after Spainhouer made multiple appearances not only recounting his version of events and calling for gun control legislation in response to the shooting.

More info is in the Fox article HERE.