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Ohio Attach: Violence and Bloodshed was interests for the Dayton shooter! Killed his own Sister in the Attach!

The suspected shooter of Dayton's mass shooting, Cannor Bett

Cannor Betts, the person, killing nine people and injuring 27 in mass gunfire on last Sunday night in the city of Dayton, Ohio, came out to be a lead singer in a band, performing a genre named ‘pornogrind’ metal.

The 24-year lead singer was found to be a member of a three-person band which was named ‘Menstrual Munchies.’ They were known to perform on a genre named ‘pornogrind’ metal. This genre is a subgenre of heavy metal and marks the subject matter of slaughter, bloodshed, and violence, especially focussing of themes like necrophilia and sexual violence. The band was a regular performer at Midwest death metal scene. On June 29, 2019, Menstrual Munchies appeared at the concert of Summer Massacre 2, held at Chicago.

Cover of one of the albums by Menstrual Munchies

A few of the titles of songs of Menstrual Munchies are “Preteen Daughter Pu$$y Slaughter,” “Cunt Stuffed With Medical Waste – Sexual Abuse Of A Teenage Corpse,” etc.. The songs were as disturbing as the titles seem to be. Even the cover art of the albums are quite distinct. Musicians worldwide of the same genre expressed their disgust at Cannor’s acts. Bett’s Mentstrual Munchies was quite active on social media. The YouTube and Facebook accounts of the mentioned were, reportedly, deleted with immediate action after the Sunday shooting took place. This report is based on the cached version of the Google search result page.

The young gunman was seen with a .223-caliber rifle that had 100-round drum magazines. In a duration of fewer than 30 seconds, Cannor had shot 41 bullets. His sister, along with eight random people was killed in the act, as reported by the police. Cannor was shot dead by the police officers shortly after he began firing.

All the people who were close to Bett or knew him back from his school days expressed the very fact that the guy had a keen interest in violence and guns. Further, their comments showcase that the late lead singer did not respect women and even had a ‘hit list’ which consisted of mainly females.