Skip to comments.Gunman Caught After US Office Rampage
Posted on 11/06/2009 12:34:40 PM PST by Star Traveler
Police in Florida say they have arrested a gunman who went on the rampage at an office complex.
Latest reports said one person was killed and five were injured at the Gateway Centre in central Orlando.
Workers were said to have barricaded themselves behind doors while others streamed out of the block as SWAT teams entered to track down the killer.
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The suspect was named as Jason Rodriguez, a 40-year-old former employee of Reynolds, Smith & Hills, a company based at the centre.
A spokesman for the firm confirmed that Rodriguez had been an employee based at the Gateway Centre. He was sacked two years ago because of performance-related issues.
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I’m surprised they took him alive. Normally the last bullet is for personal use.
FIRED TWO YEARS AGO AND COMES BACK NOW???? Yesterday probably gave him the “guts” to go for it today.
Just as insane as the POS at Ft. Hood.
Yes, it’s insane to kill people in mass shootings whether for a religion, in order to inspire terror and take over the world and subjugate everyone else — or someone’s personal grudge and thinking that shooting a bunch of people makes it better — or whatever the reason these people have...
I wonder what Geraldo’s thoughts are about this mutt
I think Geraldo will find his eyebrows uncomfortably arousing.
The last time I saw Geraldo was when he had bullets whizzing over his head in Afghanistan (I think that’s where it was). I watched for the entertainment value... LOL...
Why is it “insane” to act upon religious beliefs that were ingrained from birth?
Why is it “insane” to act upon long-held and internalized beliefs?
There’s nothing insane about Nidal Hasan’s actions.
He was carrying out his mission for Islam.
This office guy was just pissed off.
People get killed by this every day, they just aren’t in office buildings, they’re on a ghetto curb or porch.