• Crazed black homosexual Virginia shooter Vester Lee Flanagan thought of

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    CRAZED killer Vester Lee Flanagan shot TV reporter Alison Parker
    after claiming that her use of ordinary words including FIELD
    was racist, it emerged tonight.

    The deluded double murderer was enraged by the tragic 24-year-
    old's use of the word because he thought she was referring to
    the cotton fields of the deep south.

    Colleagues of the crazed gunman also revealed how he flew off
    the hook because he thought a colleague bringing a watermelon
    into work was a racist joke aimed at him.

    Flanagan, who went by the on-screen name Bryce Williams, claimed
    that Miss Parker's use of everyday phrases like "going out in
    the field" and "swinging by" a location were racist and

    Shockingly, these remarks appear to be the "racist comments" the
    crazed killer tweeted about shortly before shooting the 24-year-
    old reporter live on air.

    The revelations, contained in a complaint Flanagan filed against
    her in 2012, add to an emerging picture of the killer's
    increasingly deluded and paranoid state of mind.

    The 41-year-old, who gunned down Miss Parker and her cameraman
    Adam Ward live on breakfast TV, was known to have a severe
    temper and was sacked after bullying fellow journalists.

    Bosses at WDBJ station revealed how he clashed repeatedly with photojournalists, belittling them in public and intimidating
    them with his aggressive and violent temper before finally being
    fired in 2013.

    He had lost a lawsuit against the station for racial
    discrimination shortly before he decided to take matters into
    his own hands in the most horrifying way.

    Colleagues have described Flanagan as "crazy" and even referred
    to one occasion where he believed someone bringing a watermelon
    in for fellow staff was a racist joke directed at him.

    Miss Parker, who was referred to by her middle name of Bailey in
    the complaint documents, was never disciplined for the remarks.

    Ryan Fuqua, a video editor at WDBJ, told the New York Post:
    "That's how that guy's mind worked. Just crazy, left-field
    assumptions like that.

    "He was unstable. One time, after one of our live shots failed,
    he threw all his stuff down and ran into the woods for like 20

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    Trevor Fair, a 33-year-old cameraman at WDBJ, said that common
    terms used by Miss Parker would routinely anger Flanagan.

    He said: "We would say stuff like, 'The reporter's out in the
    field.' And he would look at us and say, 'What are you saying,
    cotton fields? That's racist'."

    "We'd be like, 'What?' We all know what that means, but he took
    it as cotton fields, and therefore we're all racists."

    He added: "This guy was a nightmare. Management's worst

    Flanagan sued WDBJ after being sacked, claiming that he was
    dismissed because he was black and gay, but he lost the case.

    In its defence, the station filed scathing reviews of his
    performance which claimed that he routinely missed deadlines and
    produced reports which contained few facts.

    As part of his rambling case, Flanagan bizarrely claimed that
    the presence of a watermelon in the newsroom was a racial slur
    against him.

    He wrote: "The watermelon would appear, then disappear, then
    appear and disappear, then appear and disappear again only to
    appear again.

    "This was not an innocent incident. The watermelon was placed in
    a strategic location."

    Yesterday it emerged that police who raided Flanagan's dingy
    apartment found a to-do list and extra ammunition indicating
    that he had planned to carry out further atrocities.

    In his rental vehicle they discovered extra licence plates, a
    shawl, wig, sunglasses and a hat, pointing to a well-planned
    murder and subsequent getaway which could have involved an
    elaborate disguise.

    Fresh details from the case showed Bryce Williams - as he was
    also known - handed his former boss a small wooden cross after
    he was fired, saying: "You'll need this."

    In a rambling manifesto faxed through to a TV news channel just
    before he shot and killed himself Flanagan cited the Charleston
    church shooting as the "tipping point" which provoked him to buy
    a gun and commit the atrocity.

    http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/601539/Virginia-shooting- Vester-Lee-Flanagan-Alison-Parker-WDBJ-racist

    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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