Inspired By Black Lives Matter Movement – Racially Inspired Gunman Kills Reporter and Cameraman Live on TV – Later Kills Himself….

A former TV news reporter fatally shot two ex-colleagues this morning during a live broadcast in Roanoke Virginia.  Then he posted his own recorded videos of the killings on social media.  It is reported he faxed a 23 page manifesto to ABC News, claiming his intent was racially motivated – inspired by Black Lives Matter propaganda.

“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 ” […]  “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. (Link)

roanoke 1roanoke 2Vester Lee Flanagan II, aka Bryce Williams, (pictured left) fatally shot himself after a five-hour manhunt, he was pronounced dead at 1:26 p.m.

Flanagan ranted about the victims on Twitter prior to the shooting, and uploaded a video of the shooting while on the run. He accused the victims — reporter Alison Parker, 24, and cameraman Adam Ward, 27 — of racial prejudice, alluding to complaints filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the station’s human resources department.

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(Via NY Daily News) […]  The scene of sudden shock and horror was first captured at a shopping plaza in Moneta, Va., during a routine news story on WDBJ, a CBS affiliate in Roanoke.

“We heard screaming, and then we heard nothing,” general manager Jeff Marks said on air while announcing the deaths of Parker and Ward.

In the news clip, which aired about 6:45 a.m., Parker interviews Vicky Gardner, executive director of the Smith Mountain Lake Regional Chamber of Commerce, at Bridgewater Plaza, talking about tourism in the area.

As they talk, about seven shots ring out. Parker and Gardner scream and take cover as Ward drops the camera.

A man standing near the two women, dressed in dark clothing and holding what appears to be a gun, is briefly seen in the news clip. He calmly steps away from the scene before the video cuts away.

The video then cuts to a stunned reporter in the WDBJ newsroom, who tries to quickly carry on with  broadcast.

Reporters later confirmed Parker and Ward died. Gardner was shot in the back and is in surgery, police said.

“Our team’s on working on (the story) right now, through the tears,” Marks said.

Gardner was shot in the back and is in stable condition after undergoing surgery, police said.

Flanagan, 41, worked as a reporter at WDBJ for less than a year before he was fired in 2013 for disruptive behavior, the station manager Marks said.  (read more)

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237 Responses to Inspired By Black Lives Matter Movement – Racially Inspired Gunman Kills Reporter and Cameraman Live on TV – Later Kills Himself….

  1. I think I’ve missed this somewhere, but was was the Shooter/murderer/suicidal persons age? He looks fairly young, but I was curious..

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  2. sundance says:

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  3. Jill says:

    Very similar media reaction as in the Omar Thornton murders in Connecticut. He was a black man who hunted down 8 white co-workers in a warehouse. He was in a union job that was tracked to max out at 96k per year. The family claimed racism which was never substantiated by the subsequent investigation. The story quickly went away.

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    • Yup. They can’t wait to dismiss this as “workplace violence” and nothing more.

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    • Mentalist says:

      Yep, I forgot about him. I brought up ex-LAPD officer Christopher Dorner, who killed several officers along with the daughter (and her friend) of his attorney who represented him in his dismissal hearing. He displayed the same inability to get along with fellow co-workers and blamed racism for his problems on the force as these two.

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      • We always forget about the black spree killers, as well as the Asian and Hispanic. The media doesn’t dwell on them; they don’t fit the Narrative of the angry white mass murderer. Who even remembers Seung-Hui Cho (AKA Cho Seung-hui), Angel Resendiz (AKA Rafael Resendez-Ramirez), Aaron Alexis, or even Lee Boyd Malvo and John Allen Muhammad?

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  4. Murse says:

    Absent a gun he would have killed anyway. I am so sick of the gun banning rhetoric.

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  5. The man was a delusional, racist fruitcake. It’s too bad he didn’t put himself out of our misery long ago.

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  6. for the liberal agenda mongers this one’s got it all : racial motivation, gun violence/control, homophobia, BGI etc….i’m surprised no ones tied him to islam yet

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  7. rumpole2 says:

    Has the full 23 page “manifesto” shown up anywhere?

    I see in excerpts:
    “At one point in the manifesto he even confesses to killing his cats in a forest close to where he lives, blaming the news station for the animals’ deaths.”

    #CatsLivesMatter

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    • Mist'ears Mom says:

      He killed his cats? That’s beyond horrible. What an evil wack job. Had this been a white guy and black victims it would be a hate crime. Things are never what they really are anymore in the alternate universe we are living in. So very sad.
      Prayers for the family and loved ones of the victims.

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Joking aside.. if a guy up and kills his pets it’s an obvious “red flag”.
        It seems he was disturbed. I have no idea whether that is psychosis or/and drug induced.
        But there were signs that, that in hindsight deserved some attention.

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  8. Edie says:

    They released Dylan Roof’s manifesto and went after the Confederate Flag. What is their excuse for not releasing this man’s manifesto – or don’t they need one, I guess. They are the media and are beyond questioning.

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