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a woman was killed and three other people were wounded on Saturday after gunmen opened fire at a scene Diego area synagogue on the last day of Passover according to authorities the congregation hot bod synagogue in the town of Poway California was crowded with Sabbath worshipers when the suspect who was identified as nineteen year old John Ernest opened fire this individual was with a A. R. R. I. A. R. type assault weapon and opened fire on the people inside the the synagogue authority said earnest as seen Diego resident fled the scene by car and off duty US border patrol agent opened fire on the suspect striking the vehicle but apparently missed him Ernest was later pulled over surrender to police and was arrested , police say they are examining a manifesto that Ernest apparently left behind on social media along with other digital evidence authorities are also looking into whether Ernest may have played a possible role in the arson fire at a nearby mosque about a month ago this is not how way how a mayor Steve boss characterized to Saturday's shooting as a hate crime saying his assessment was based on statements uttered by the gunmen when we entered the synagogue we always walk with our arms around each other and we will walk through this tragedy but the rooms around each other on his way to a rally in Wisconsin president Donald Trump gave his deepest sympathies to those who were affected and said the incident looked to be a hate crime right now based on , my last %HESITATION conversations looks like a hate crime hard to believe Saturday's Passover violence comes just six months after eleven worshippers were killed at a Pittsburgh synagogue after gunmen opened fire and yelled quote all Jews must die and it also follows the recent spate of deadly attacks on other houses of worship around the world from suicide bombings that Easter Sunday services in Sri Lanka they killed more than two hundred fifty people to the tragedies at two mosques in New Zealand that left forty nine people dead