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Thursday's Shootings & Full Of Woe.
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When it comes to the supposed outrage of equality in the sexes, shooters are trying their best.
However, if you're a media that wants to only promote the victimhood of women, you must try
not not use that word in an article.

Thursday was a tragic day.


Quote:Maryland shooting: four dead, including suspect, at warehouse complex.

Rite Aid distribution center employee is suspected to have killed three and wounded
several others before taking her own life.

'An employee at a warehouse in north-eastern Maryland opened fire at work on Thursday,
killing three people before taking her own life, authorities said. Several other people were
wounded.

Harford county Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler said the woman had been identified as Snochia Moseley
of Baltimore county. The 26-year-old was a temporary employee at the Rite Aid distribution
center, and had been taken into custody in critical condition that morning.

It appeared only one weapon was used: a 9mm Glock handgun that was registered in Moseley’s
name, Gahler said. He added that no shots were fired by responding law enforcement officers.

Krystal Watson, 33, said her husband, Eric, works at the facility and told her that the suspect had
been arguing with somebody else after a “town hall meeting”.
“And she went off,” she said. Watson said her husband told her the shooting started in a break room.

“She didn’t have a particular target. She was just shooting,” Watson said as she drove away from a
fire station where relatives tried to reunite with loved ones. “She didn’t aim. She just shot,” Watson
said.

Hospitals reported receiving five patients from the incident.
Johns Hopkins Bayview medical center in Baltimore said it was treating four patients with gunshot
wounds. Two were in stable condition and two seriously injured.

A spokesman for a health system that includes Christiana hospital in Newark, Delaware, said a
patient being treated there was in serious condition. Gahler said the call about shots fired came
in at about 9.06am and deputies and other officers were on the scene in just over five minutes.

Mike Carre, an employee of a furniture logistics operation next to the distribution center, said he
helped tend to a wounded man.

Carre locked the doors of his workplace after the injured man came hobbling in, bleeding from his leg.
He called 911 from a bathroom before helping colleagues wrap the man’s blood-soaked jeans above
his injury to cut off blood flow. Carre said the man told him the shooter “just came in in a bad mood this
morning. He said she’s usually nice. But today, I guess it wasn’t her day.

She just came in to pick a fight with someone. “She pulled out a gun and she just started shooting at her
co-workers.”

At a nearby fire station, family members were waiting to be reunited with loved ones.
Police blocked off the road outside but were waving in cars driven by people who said they were there
to meet up with people who were at the distribution center.

Reggie Rodriguez’s mother works at the distribution center. His wife had tried calling her numerous times
but got no answer. “I was calling her all morning. It went to voicemail because they keep their phones in
lockers,” said Kelly Rodriguez, 40.

When they finally reached his mother on Thursday afternoon, Reggie Rodriguez said, “that’s all I wanted to
do: hear her voice”. His mother was uninjured. He said she sounded relieved the crisis was over.
A law enforcement official had earlier said authorities were working their way through the distribution center
to clear the facility.

“We obviously need to methodically go through the entire complex, ensure there are no other victims inside,
ensure that there is no one that was hiding from violence and ensure that there were no other suspects,”
said Christie Hopkins, communications director for the sheriff’s office.

“At this time, we are confident that the suspect acted alone. And that person is in custody. We do not believe
there is any further threat to the community now, but we still have to completely clear that building.”

The attack came nearly three months after a man armed with a shotgun attacked a newspaper office in
Annapolis, Maryland, killing five staff members. Authorities accused Jarrod W Ramos of attacking the
Capital Gazette because of a longstanding grudge against the paper.

The FBI said its Baltimore field office was assisting with the Aberdeen incident. In a tweet, Maryland’s
governor, Larry Hogan, said his office was monitoring the situation in Aberdeen and that the state stands
ready to offer any support.

Susan Henderson, spokeswoman for the drugstore chain Rite Aid, described the warehouse as a support
facility adjacent to a larger building. The Harford county executive, Barry Glassman, said that unfortunately,
incidents like this are “becoming a too-often occurrence not only in Harford county but in the country”...'
The Guardian:

But this senseless act wasn't just a single incident, shooters were oddly having a field-day on Thursday.



Quote:Cincinnati bank shooting reportedly leaves four dead including gunman.

*Multiple injuries in incident at Fifth Third Bank building
*Situation under control shortly before 10am

'Police in Cincinnati have reported three people killed and a gunman dead in a shooting at a bank.
Police chief Eliot Isaac said the shooter opened fire early on Thursday morning at the loading dock
of the Fifth Third Bank building. Isaac said the gunman then entered the bank’s lobby, where he
exchanged gunfire with police. It was unclear if the gunman shot himself or was shot by officers.

One of the victims also died at the scene.

Cincinnati mayor John Cranley said the gunman was “shooting innocent victims” and that it was a “horrific”
scene. He noted the building on the city’s Fountain Square houses popular ice cream, sandwich and pastry
shops.

Cranley said it “could have been much, much worse” if not for the immediate police response to end the threat.
Police at first said they had responded to “an active shooter situation” at the Fifth Third Bank building and there
were multiple injuries.

The department tweeted it as an “active shooter/officer involved shooting incident”. The situation appeared to be
under control shortly before 10am local time on Thursday.

Multiple people had been transported to an area hospital but there was no word on their conditions.
It was not immediately clear if the shooter was one of them but the police later reported four dead in the incident,
including the shooter.

At least two ambulances were seen leaving the scene. People in and around the building reported hearing a series
of gunshots. A spokeswoman for Fifth Third Bank says the company would comment later...'
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