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When he was 20 years old, he was shot in the face by Portland police after he robbed a convenience store.

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After 29 years, the annual kick-off to the holiday season is kaput. Macy's took it over in 2006, after its parent company acquired Meier & Frank.Jeremy Joseph Christian, the man accused of aggravated murder in the brutal knife slayings of two good Samaritans on the MAX, has described himself as a sociopath and threatened to kill or stab people in Facebook postings online. He has shared anti-Muslim memes, espoused Nazi beliefs and called Oklahoma City bomber Timothy Mc Veigh a "true patriot." Christian, 35, was booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center on suspicion of aggravated murder and attempted murder early Saturday morning, records show.He was also arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor charges, according to records. He has a criminal history, including felony robbery, kidnapping and weapon convictions, records show.Event organizer Joey Gibson has distanced himself from Christian."We were clearly asking him to leave," he said in an interview Saturday.He posted an Oregon Live video of the event to his Facebook page, referencing himself as "the Lizard King" as he walked among fellow protesters holding American flags and "Trump Make America Great Again" flags.

"Nobody likes me," Christian wrote when he shared the video.

Robert Moon described Christian as gentle, but unpredictable.

Christian was an extremely loyal friend, but also someone who needed mental health care, Moon said. "When the metal music community turned him away the alt right community was like a safe space for him to express his anger," Leach wrote in a Facebook message.

But when Macy’s closed its downtown store earlier this year, it pulled its parade sponsorship.

No other business stepped up to keep the tradition going.

As if on cue, it started snowing just as the parade wrapped up. The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade dates back to 1924, tying it with Detroit’s Thanksgiving parade as the second-longest running parade in the country.