Chabad of San Diego County's executive director, Rabbi Yonah Fradkin, said in a statement that three others were hurt: Goldstein; Almog Peretz, 34; and Noya Dahan, 8. Goldstein's index fingers were injured in the attack, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune. Peretz suffered a gunshot wound to the leg as he led a group of children to safety, witnesses said. Dahan was hurt when shrapnel struck her face and leg, the newspaper reported.
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3. Earnest is facing one count of first-degree murder and three counts of attempted first-degree murder. He also could face hate crime charges, the AP reported.
4. Authorities are investigating whether he wrote an anti-Semitic "open letter" and claimed to have set fire to a local mosque, the Islamic Center of Escondido, in March. The writer of the manifesto, which made the rounds on social media, said Jews "disgust" him and praised the perpetrators of last year's Pittsburgh synagogue shooting and last month's New Zealand mosque attacks, the Union-Tribune reported.
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5. He may have planned to stream Saturday's shooting online, according to another post on social media. But the livestream "apparently did not happen," the Union-Tribune reported.