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Johnson graduated in 2009 from John Horn High School in Mesquite, where he participated in JROTC, the high school officer training program, according to the school district….
He joined the Army Reserve the same year he completed high school, serving with the 420th engineering brigade….
The following year, he was deployed to Afghanistan for 12 months. Several soldiers who served with him told The Dallas Morning News that they had been ordered not to discuss him.
One family friend said Johnson had changed when he returned from overseas.
“He was withdrawn, didn’t want to talk to people anymore, didn’t believe in God anymore,” said Myrtle Booker, 62, who knew his mother through church.
His interest in guns had grown, she said.
“But all that hating white people – no, we didn’t know any of that.”…
At some point, Johnson appears to have worked at General Dynamics, a defense company with offices in Richardson. A woman who answered the phone there Friday said he’d been an employee. People at the business said employees had been told not to talk to the media. A spokeswoman for the parent company would not confirm or deny his employment.
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Police in Dallas released a picture of a suspect who, they said, they had to find after 12 officers were shot and five were killed Thursday night during a march protesting police violence against black men. That man, Mark Hughes, brother of protest organizer Cory Hughes, turned himself in to police on Thursday night.
Hughes was released from custody shortly after 1:00 a.m. on Friday.
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