Houston shooter wearing Nazi emblem was in a Jewish fraternity.

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29/09/2016 from Turkey

— A man who police say wore Nazi a emblem as he opened fire on Houston motorists Monday, injuring nine, was in a Jewish fraternity in college, his former classmates tell CBS affiliate KHOU.

-Court documents show DeSai changed his first name Niren to Nathan in 2001.

-Rosenberg said, noting that those who were not Jewish were and still are allowed to join the fraternity.

-Rosenberg said DeSai helped to restart Sigma Alpha Mu at the University of Houston, years after the campus’ chapter originally closed.

-“The group of guys were successful enough to get the national Sigma Alpha Mu to give us money left in the account from that fraternity to fund our efforts,” Rosenberg said.

-Rosenberg remembers all of his frat brothers embracing their diversity, which makes the end of DeSai’s life so confusing.

-“The Nazis almost alienated my entire race,” Rosenberg said. “You can read anything you want into it. The fact is, none of us will know.”