• After Shooting, GAY BLACK RACIST PROSTITUTE Gunman Details Grievances i

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    A man claiming to be Bryce Williams called ABC News over the
    last few weeks, saying he wanted to pitch a story and wanted to
    fax information. He never told ABC News what the story was.

    This morning, a fax was in the machine (time stamped 8:26 a.m.)
    almost two hours after the shooting. A little after 10 a.m., he
    called again, and introduced himself as Bryce, but also said his
    legal name was Vester Lee Flanagan, and that he shot two people
    this morning. While on the phone, he said authorities are “after
    me,” and “all over the place.” He hung up. ABC News contacted
    the authorities immediately and provided them with the fax.

    In the 23-page document faxed to ABC News, the writer says “MY
    NAME IS BRYCE WILLIAMS” and his legal name is Vester Lee
    Flanagan II. He writes what triggered today’s carnage was his
    reaction to the racism of the Charleston church shooting:


    “Why did I do it? I put down a deposit for a gun on 6/19/15. The
    Church shooting in Charleston happened on 6/17/15…”

    Sources say Flanagan's firearm was legally purchased from a
    Virginia gun store.

    “What sent me over the top was the church shooting. And my
    hollow point bullets have the victims’ initials on them."

    It is unclear whose initials he is referring to. He continues,
    “As for Dylann Roof? You (deleted)! You want a race war
    (deleted)? BRING IT THEN YOU WHITE …(deleted)!!!” He said
    Jehovah spoke to him, telling him to act.


    Later in the manifesto, the writer quotes the Virginia Tech mass
    killer, Seung Hui Cho, calls him “his boy,” and expresses
    admiration for the Columbine High School killers. “Also, I was
    influenced by Seung–Hui Cho. That’s my boy right there. He got
    NEARLY double the amount that Eric Harris and Dylann Klebold
    got…just sayin.'"

    Sources familiar with the investigation tell ABC News that in
    his attack, Flanagan used a Glock 19 -- a firearm similar to one
    that Cho used in his mass attack.

    In Flanagan's often rambling letter to authorities, family and
    friends, he writes of a long list of grievances. In one part of
    the document, Flanagan calls it a “Suicide Note for Friends and

    He says he has been attacked by black men and white females
    He talks about how he was attacked for being a gay, black man
    He says has suffered racial discrimination, sexual harassment
    and bullying at work
    A source with direct knowledge of his complaints against the
    station said a pair of tweets sent today and attributed to him
    accurately reflect previous complaints he lodged against the two
    people he killed today. These are the two Tweets: “Alison made
    racist comments,” and, “Adam went to hr on me after working with
    me one time!!!”
    Nowhere in the document does he make specific threats against
    anyone from WDBJ.

    In his manifesto, he says he encountered "nasty racist things"
    while working at WDBJ-7 in Roanoke, and that drove him to sue
    the station. "I marched down to the courthouse and sued WDBJ7 by
    myself and they settled! HA!"

    He continues: "I can remember one day in particular... leaving
    the courthouse... feeling overwhelmed... confused... even some
    fear. But by golly I knew I HAD to fight. ... They truly f----d
    with my life and caused an awful chain of events." He says he
    even killed his cats in a forest "because of them."

    Flanagan says that, "Hell yeah, I made mistakes," noting that he
    "should not have been so curt" with photographers in Roanoke.
    "[B]ut you know why I was? The damn news director was a
    micromanaging tyrant!!"

    And, he writes, "the photogs were out to get me at WDBJ7... one
    went to HR after only working with me one time... the chief
    photog told his troops to [record video of] me if they saw be
    doing something wrong."

    Flanagan then suggests that, after leaving WDBJ-7, he was
    offered a job at a station in Pennsylvania, but WDBJ-7 persuaded
    the Pennsylvania station to rescind the offer.

    "I got to the point, this time around, where I wasn't even
    looking for a job. I don't need to deal with workplace bullies
    anymore. THAT is what lawmakers need to focus on," he adds.


    “Yes, it will sound like I am angry," he writes in his
    manifesto. "I am. And I have every right to be. But when I leave
    this Earth, the only emotion I want to feel is peace....”

    “The church shooting was the tipping point…but my anger has been
    building steadily...I’ve been a human powder keg for a
    while…just waiting to go BOOM!!!!”

    He chronicles the "tough times" he's faced, including some
    "financial crashes." He says he used to work as a male escort
    but, "I am proud of it" because he "made thousands."

    "[I] tried to pull myself up by the bootstraps," but, "The
    damage was already done and when someone gets to this point,
    there is nothing that can be said or done to change their
    sadness to happiness. It does not work that way. Meds? Nah. It's
    too much."

    "And then, after the unthinkable happened in Charleston, THAT
    WAS IT!!!"

    "Yeah I'm all f----- up in the head," he concedes.

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/shooting-alleged-gunman-details- grievances-suicide-notes/story?id=33336339

    Illegal alien muslim Barack Hussein Obama seizes on this tragedy
    caused by one of his mentally ill homosexual, black racist nuts,
    to wave the flags for more gun control.

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