I was working this afternoon so I just found out about this situation. Violence in this world is just getting out of control, and I think it feels even more real now since this is happening right at home. It's just so f'd up that we can't go anywhere and be safe these days.
Wow hadn't even heard of this until now, very sad. The shooter was a white male so it was probably a hate crime which is just sad. I hadn't heard of this religion before but I took this from the article:
Sikh rights groups have reported a rise in bias attacks since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. The Washington-based Sikh Coalition has reported more than 700 incidents in the U.S. since 9/11, which advocates blame on anti-Islamic sentiment. Sikhs don't practice the same religion as Muslims, but their long beards and turbans often cause them to be mistaken for Muslims, advocates say.
Really no good reason for this, not like there is for any shooting.
I think this is fitting to post now.
They were evacuating the area around the shooter's house in Cudahy, suspecting their is a bomb in there.
A white supremacist? No way.
As a person who shaves his head because it's more comfortable in the summer I find his haircut to be irrelevant. Of course, I get the label but come on man.
It would have been nice if this guy did not have access to a weapon, but I guess he had never commited a violent crime so...
Surprise <fucking surprise. Discharged from the armed services for misconduct? Perfect.
America is sure making their diversity known between crazy dumbass bigots and mentally unstable social misfits.
Sure, stricter gun control wont stop all of this, but at least don't make it easy for these monsters to get their hands on them.
Yea especially when you read something like this:
The Southern Poverty Law Center, a group that has studied hate crimes for decades, reported Monday that Page was a frustrated neo-Na..zi who had been the leader of a racist white-power band known as End Apathy.
Heidi Beirich, director of the center's intelligence project, said her group had been tracking Page since 2000, when he tried to purchase goods from the National Alliance, a well-known hate group.
But I guess he had never been convicted of a violent crime so he was able to have access.
I'd say a dishonorable discharge is good enough. That just gives a person with training enough of a reason to retaliate.
Hope they catch that camera guy. Who knows how many pictures he took and who is in them? Targets for him and his comrades I assume.