• Virginia sociopath black homosexual gunman 'road rage' video shows craz

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    A VIDEO of the man who shot two American journalists on live TV
    has emerged showing him in an angry road rage incident just a
    few weeks ago.

    Vester Lee Flanagan is seen threatening motorist, Brandon
    Foster, in a Roanoke, Virginia car park on July 6 near the WDBJ7
    newsroom where reporter Alison Parker, 24, and cameraman Adam
    Ward, 27, worked.

    YouTube user Mr Foster posted the footage after recognising
    Flanagan - who also called himself Bryce Williams - as the
    gunman who brutally shot the journalists in an early morning
    live broadcast yesterday.

    Mr Foster said: "It's tough to realise I'd come toe to toe with
    him in that way. I offer my condolences to the families of the
    two journalists killed."

    He told how he was driving along a three-lane highway when he
    saw a car driving "in excess of 100mph", dangerously weaving
    from lane one to three between cars.

    He stopped at a red traffic light and the car was in the lane
    next to him so he shouted at the driver, who he believes was
    Flanagan, who put down the chicken nuggets he was eating, rolled
    his window down and picked up his phone to start filming Mr

    Mr Foster added: "He wanted me to re-live the confrontation, it
    was over in my mind but when the light went green he followed me
    and boxed me out but I managed to get in front of him when
    someone honked their horn and he looked back."

    The frightened driver drove into a Sportsman Warehouse car park
    and started filming on his phone after Flanagan, wearing
    camouflage trousers and a blue American football jersey,
    followed him in, got out of his car and started filming Mr

    The pair exchanged brief angry words and Mr Foster added: "I got
    out of my vehicle quickly so I wasn't boxed in and went quickly
    to the store so there were other people around because he
    obviously wasn't in his right mind."

    Flanagan, 41, a disgruntled former WDBJ7 employee, filmed the
    sickening incident yesterday morning of him killing his two
    former colleagues and severely injuring interviewee Vicki

    He then sent a disturbing 23-page fax to the ABC newsroom saying
    his reaction to the Charleston church shooting of nine black
    parishioners by Dylann Roof in June inspired him to buy a gun
    and carry out the attack.

    In the letter, which he called a "suicide note for friends and
    family" he said the bullets "have the victims' initials on them".

    He also claimed he had been attacked by black men and white
    females and was victimised for being a gay black man.

    Station manager, Jeff Marks, said: "I cannot tell you how much
    Alison and Adam were loved."

    He said Flanagan was an "unhappy man" who had to be escorted by
    police from the news building after he was fired in 2013.

    Mr Ward's fiancée, Melissa Ott, was said to be producing the
    programme and was in the control room when she saw the shooting

    Flanagan died in hospital yesterday afternoon after he shot
    himself when police cornered him in his car.

    His family have released a statement giving their "deepest
    condolences to the families of Alison Parker and Adam Ward".

    It added: "Our thoughts and prayers at this time are with the
    victim's families and with WDBJ television station family."

    The shooting prompted President Barack Obama to yet again call
    for tougher gun laws in the country which has been riddled with
    shooting after shooting.

    He said: "We're willing to spend trillions of dollars to prevent
    terrorist activities, but we haven't been willing so far at
    least to impose some common sense gun safety measures."

    But Republican presidential hopefuls Jim Gilmore and Ben Carson
    warned against a rush to introduce tougher gun controls.

    Mr Gilmore, a former Virginia governor, said: "We're not going
    to let this madman take away the lawful rights of Americans to
    keep and bear arms.

    "We're going to stand up for the second amendment."

    http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/601096/Virginia-gunman- Vester-Flanagan-road-rage-

    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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