Saturday, September 28, 2013

Workplace Violence

Workplace Violence --- ===
Attacks by Category

Does not include attacks on schools, hospitals, airports, etc. Workers attacking their own or somebody else's workplace, similar to attacks on schools and other public places favored by terrorists.  Usually these attacks look like the work of middle east terrorists but there is no link to any terrorist or political movement. Occasionally they are muslim but even then rarely linked to terrorism.



Reference


*Wikipedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rampage_killers

*Terrorist attacks

Are all workplace violence incidents that look suspiciously like terrorist attacks really terrorist attacks?

August 2017 Brussels attack On 25 August 2017, two soldiers were injured in a stabbing near the Grand Place in Brussels  The assailant was Haashi Ayaanle, a 30-year-old male Somali immigrant ... A spokeswoman for the prosecutor's office said that the assailant shouted "Allahu Akbar" twice as he rushed the soldiers, attacking them from behind shouting "Allahu akbar" The case is being treated as a terrorist attack. Amaq News Agency claimed that the Islamic State was responsible for the attack. Assailant, Haashi Ayaanle was a welder who was let go by Victor Buyck Steel Construction in April 2017 when he attempted to attack fellow workers with a screwdriver


Vaughan Foods muslim convert not-terrorist beheading incident  The Vaughan Foods beheading incident occurred on September 24, 2014, when a man attacked two employees at the Vaughan Foods food processing plant in Moore, Oklahoma, United States, with a knife. Colleen Hofford was beheaded, while another employee, Tracy Johnson, was stabbed and critically injured. Deaths‎: ‎1 Date‎: ‎September 24, 2014; 4:15 p.m. FBI: Oklahoma beheading not linked to terrorism | KFOR.com  Nolen, a recent convert to Islam, allegedly attacked a woman Thursday at a Vaughan Foods processing plant, soon after he learned he'd lost his job.. Call Oklahoma beheading what it is: Terrorism (Opinion) - CNN.com Sep 30, 2014 - Mel Robbins: Woman beheaded in Oklahoma is victim of terrorist attack; She says ... We risk tarnishing Muslim-Americans, overwhelmingly peace-loving, she says ... Her husband of 25 years

*Timeline

Year 2017

August 2017 Brussels attack On 25 August 2017, two soldiers were injured in a stabbing near the Grand Place in Brussels  The assailant was Haashi Ayaanle, a 30-year-old male Somali immigrant ... A spokeswoman for the prosecutor's office said that the assailant shouted "Allahu Akbar" twice as he rushed the soldiers, attacking them from behind shouting "Allahu akbar" The case is being treated as a terrorist attack. Amaq News Agency claimed that the Islamic State was responsible for the attack. Assailant, Haashi Ayaanle was a welder who was let go by Victor Buyck Steel Construction in April 2017 when he attempted to attack fellow workers with a screwdriver

June 14, 2017 San Francisco UPS Workplace Shooting 2017   Suspect Jimmy Lam (Chinese American) was a UPS employee who had filed a grievance complaining about overtime. At a company morning meeting, he walked up driver Benson Louie,  shot him, shot Wayne Chan and again after he was wounded to finish him, then went out to the street to shoot another Mike Lefiti before he was killed by police.  He was armed with two guns including a Mac-10 pistol sized submachine gun and a backpack full of ammo. Incident is not being considered as a terrorist attack. Lam was estranged from his wife and lived in the city with his children. 2010 and 2013, Lam was cited for driving under the influence 2010 case, Lam had his license suspended after crashing into a parked car. He was driving without a license or insurance [common driving while terrorist m.o.] Coworker said gunman “had it out for the manager.”  police have not determined a motive

June 8, 2017 (workplace non-political terrorist) Crime in Pennsylvania A supermarket employee shoots and kills three fellow employees, then kills himself, in a closed Weis Markets store in Eaton Township in Northeastern Pennsylvania. One person escapes unharmed. (CBS News) (The Times Leader))

June 5, 2017 Orlando Workplace Mass Shooting 6 shot, five people killed, including gunman Army veteran John Robert Neumann, Jr., were fatally shot Monday morning in an episode of workplace violence mass shooting at RV awning maker Fiamma in Orlando Florida. The shooter also had knives and was a disgruntled fired employee of the business, Police say there is no connection to terrorism as it appears to be work related.

Year 2016

Year 2015

December 4, 2015 1 killed   Man accused of New Orleans Kenner workplace shooting told co-worker of his plan, police say Anthony Tardo, seated, with his wife, Melissa, and his triplets, Joey, Chris and Danielle. Michelle Hunter, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune December 07, 2015 About 30 minutes before John Spears walked into an office at Houston Marine in Kenner Friday afternoon (Dec. 4) and fatally shot supervisor Anthony Tardo, he revealed his intentions to a fellow instructor who thought Spears was just joking, authorities said. The unnamed employee was leaving for the day and came across Spears outside the facility, located in the 2500 block of Williams Boulevard.  "You're gonna miss all the fun," police said Spears told the employee. "I'm gonna go back in there and shoot everyone." 

14 killed 18 injured December 2, 2015  San Bernardino Domestic Islamist Terrorist Mass Shooting A mass shooting occurred at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California, with 14 dead and 18 injured.  Man that sat at same table with Syed seemed to say nothing was wrong, then Syed quietly slipped out, leaving his jacket. The shooters targeted a party for employees of the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health, held in an auditorium with at least 100 people, before fleeing in an black Ford Expedition SUV.  Two perpetrators, Syed Rizwan Farook and his wife, Tashfeen Malik, dropped off their baby with grandparents before the attack, and were killed by police after gunfire was exchanged with the occupants of the SUV. Farook had attended the party as a county employee. Farook was born in the US to parents from Pakistan. His wife was born in Pakistan and they met in Saudi Arabia.

1 killed, 1 threatened, 1 missing 1 arrested October 6, 2015 shooting Orlando Hyatt Hotel Worker Mathnald Dareus Shoots Co-Worker Years After Wife Goes Missing In Orlando Florida, Hyatt Regency employee Mathnald Dareus, 37, is accused of shooting and killing co-worker  49-year-old Cedilien Forestal and threatening another in a card-key employee parking lot area. Officials believe it was only a local dispute with no danger to the public. Dareus was also interviewed as a possible suspect in the disappearance of his wife Marie Chantal Delly last seen on May 17, 2010 after she was dropped off at her job at a Naples-area Walmart, worked her shift, and was never heard from again.


2 killed suspect sought September 14, 2015 Delta State University Professor Shooting 45-year-old professor Shannon Steadman Lamb at Delta State University is the main suspect in the shooting of his girlfriend and a colleague. History professor Ethan Schmidt was shot in the head while in his office at Delta State University in the city of Cleveland, Mississippi.  His girlfriend was found dead in the town of Gautier, Mississippi, on the morning of September 14. Not long before, there were reports of a shooting on campus at Delta State. One professor was killed in that attack, he was named as history teacher Ethan Schmidt. Girlfriend Amy Prentiss, 41, 'lived with Lamb' in Gautier, 300 miles away She was reportedly an outreach minister at the nearby Oasis Church

Year 2014

2 killed  July 31, 2014 CEO of Arrowstream shot in murder suicide by a downsized employee  In Chicago, Steven LaVoie was shot in the head and stomach and died  Heavy

1 suspect suicide 6 injured April 29, 2014 Kennesaw Georgia FedEx Shooting In at Georgia FedEx plant near an Atlanta area airport, 6 were injured after a suspected workplace shooting. Gunman Geddy Kramer was a package handler  who loaded boxes. He was dressed in black and camouflage vest with a bandolier "like Rambo" as if he was dressed for warfare. He was armed with shotgun, and foot-long knife. He was found dead of self-inflicted shotgun wound, and he had molotov cocktail fire bombs that were not used. His friends described him as "nice" and "happy" but on NBC news co-worker said he frequently complained about how he was mistreated, overworked, and underpaid.

April 9, 2014 Toronto Workplace Stabbing Spree A male employee is in police custody following a stabbing spree that left four of his co-workers injured in aToronto office building of Ceridian which provides payroll services. It started 9:30 a.m. as he was being told he was being fired. Police charged Chuang Li, 47, of Mississauga, Ont., with three counts of attempted murder, four counts of aggravated assault and four counts of assault with a weapon.

February 3, 2014 Vancouver WA Paint Store Manager Shooting In Camas, Washington near Vancouver a paint company driver Robert R. Brown fatally shot Benjamin Moore Paint distribution center manager Ryan E. Momeny. Then he shot and killed himself at a Vancouver business park.

1 killed December 26, 2013 DynaChem employee Wayne Woodson shoots CEO Keith Rife, self longtime eastern Illinois chemical plant employee shot his CEO at at DynaChem, a chemical maker about 30 miles from Champaign Illinois.

January 13, 2012 3  killed in North Carolina workplace shooting (CNN) Three people were killed and a fourth was wounded in a shooting at a lumber company in North Carolina, a county sheriff said. Investigators later found a man witnesses identified as the shooter in his home with a gunshot wound to the head, said Sheriff Dempsey Owens of the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office.  The shooting happened at the McBride Lumber Co., about a mile north of Star, North Carolina, about 50 miles south of Greensboro, Owens said. Witnesses identified the shooter as 50-year-old Ronald Dean Davis. Law enforcement officers who went to his home discovered him sitting on a couch with a gunshot wound and a rambling six-page note beside him. No motive was identified.

October 5, 2011 Shareef Allman California quarry shooting: 'People are dying right now" Anguished victims bombarded police dispatchers with frantic calls and pleas for help after a gunman opened fire on his co-workers at a Northern California quarry. tapes detail the chilling moments on October 5 after the gunman, identified by authorities as Shareef Allman took aim at employees at Lehigh Southwest Cement plant in Cupertino before killing himself. Two people died at the scene and a third was pronounced dead later at a hospital. Six others were wounde wikipedia





*Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rampage_killers

Workplace killings[edit]

Only the first 15 entries are shown here. For the entire list see: Workplace killings
People killing their (former) co-workers; also includes soldiers killing their comrades.
[Includes several obvious terrorist attacks, including Fort Hood, and Navy Yard]

PerpetratorDateYearLocationCountryKilledInjuredWAdditional NotesRef.
1.Sanurip, 36 shooting at people near an army-run aircraft hangar.April 151996Timika AirportIndonesia
16
11
FSentenced to death[49]
2.Chelakh, Vladislav, 19May 27/282012Arkankergen frontier postKazakhstan
15
0
F ASentenced to life imprisonment[50]
3.Sherrill, Patrick Henry, 44Aug. 201986EdmondOKU.S.
14
6
FCommitted suicide
4.Hasan, Nidal Malik, 39Nov. 52009Fort HoodTXU.S.
13
32
FSentenced to death
Killed an unborn child
5.Barton, Mark Orrin, 44July 27–291999AtlantaGAU.S.
12
13
FMCommitted suicide
6.Alexis, Aaron, 34Sep. 162013Washington, D.C.U.S.
12
3
FShot by police
7.Leung Ying, 29 a gunman and narcotics peddler. He had a reputation as a killer, boasting he had killed three people in a tong warAug. 221928FairfieldCAU.S.
11
4
FMCommitted suicide while awaiting execution[51]
8.Tazmal HosseinDec. 11914NaihatiIndia
10
11
 MArrested[52]
9.Kim Won-jo, 25May 11974KimpoSouth Korea
10
3
FCommitted suicide[53]
10.Vaganov, Artur, 22June 11997SidaAbkhazia
10
3
FCommitted suicide
11.Lee Wei, 41April 51962PatchTaiwan
10
0-2+
F AArrested[54]
12.Ahmed Gul, 46April 272011KabulAfghanistan
9
1–6
FCommitted suicide[55]
13.Smith, William Vincent, 19April 231946LST 172U.S.
9
1
FCommitted suicide while awaiting trial[56]
14.UnknownJuly 291982MaputoMozambique
9
?
F[57]
15.Moreño, Jonathan, 31Jan. 162005KaliboPhilippines
8
29–33
FShot by police[58]

List of rampage killers (workplace killings)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The first part of this section of the list of rampage killers contains those mass murders where the perpetrators predominantly targeted their (former) co-workers, while the second part focuses on cases where soldiers willfully killed their own comrades.
All abbreviations and footnotes used in the tables are explained here.

Contents

Disgruntled workers[edit]

PerpetratorDateYearLocationCountryKilledInjuredWAdditional notesRef.
1.Sherrill, Patrick Henry, 44Aug. 201986EdmondOKU.S.
14
6
FCommitted suicide
2.Barton, Mark Orrin, 44°July 27–291999AtlantaGAU.S.
12
13
FMCommitted suicide[1]
3.Leung Ying, 29"Aug. 221928FairfieldCAU.S.
11
0–4
FMSentenced to death; committed suicide in prison[2]
4.Tazmal HosseinDec. 11914NaihatiIndia
10
11
 MArrested[3]
5.UnknownJuly 291982MaputoMozambique
9
?
F[4]
6.Moreño, Jonathan, 31^"Jan. 162005KaliboPhilippines
8
29–33
FShot by police[5]
7.Wesbecker, Joseph Thomas, 47Sep. 141989LouisvilleKYU.S.
8
12
FCommitted suicide
8.Mansour, Ahmed Ali, 45
(احمد علي منصور)
July 312002BeirutLebanon
8
5
FSentenced to death and executed[6]
9.Hasebeng, L. S., 27^"Aug. 251992GoedemoedSouth Africa
8
4
FCommitted suicide
10.Thornton, Omar Sheriff, 34Aug. 32010ManchesterCTU.S.
8
2
FCommitted suicide[7]
11.Farley, Richard Wade, 39Feb. 161988SunnyvaleCAU.S.
7
5
F ESentenced to death
12.Zoritch, Franck, 25July 11992BesançonFrance
7
4
FCommitted suicide[8]
13.Tsui Yin, 41"Jan. 261962TaipeiTaiwan
7
3
FSentenced to death and executed[9]
14.Fernandez, Edgardo, 16"Oct. 211995OlongapoPhilippines
7
3
FArrested
One more died from a heart attack
[10]
15.Stewart, William"June 221828Brig "Mary Russell"
7
2
FMFound not guilty by reason of insanity[11]
16.Allaway, Edward Charles, 37July 121976FullertonCAU.S.
7
2
FFound not guilty by reason of insanity
17.Samarendra Deka, 22^Nov. 272004BaramullaIndia
7
2
FShot by police[12]
18.Redureau, Marcel, 15"Oct. 11913Bas-BriacéFrance
7
0
 MSentenced to 20 years in prison[13]
19.Uyesugi, Byran Koji, 40Nov. 21999HonoluluHIU.S.
7
0
FSentenced to life imprisonment[14]
20.McDermott, Michael, 42Dec. 262000WakefieldMAU.S.
7
0
FSentenced to seven consecutive life terms
21.San Marco, Jennifer, 44"Jan. 302006GoletaCAU.S.
7
0
FCommitted suicide
22.Williams, Douglas P., 48July 82003MeridianMSU.S.
6
8
FCommitted suicide
23.Held, Leo, 40"Oct. 231967Lock HavenPAU.S.
6
6
FShot by police[15]
24.Grace, Edwin James, 33June 211972Cherry HillNJU.S.
6
6
FCommitted suicide[16]
25.Cowan, Frederick William, 33Feb. 141977New RochelleNYU.S.
6
4
FCommitted suicide[17]
26.Parish, John Felton, 49"Aug. 91982Grand PrairieTXU.S.
6
4
F VShot by police[18]
27.Fan Jieming, 62"
(范杰明)
June 222013ShanghaiChina
6
4
FMArrested[19]
28.Unknown Police Officer^March 111971Cavite ProvincePhilippines
6
2
F[20]
29.Engeldinger, Andrew John, 36Sep. 272012MinneapolisMNU.S.
6
2
FCommitted suicide[21]
30.Umb, JanOct. 17/181887Schooner "Johannes"
6
1
 MSentenced to ten years penal service[22]
31.Layman, Charles N., 44Dec. 161935Los AngelesCAU.S.
6
1
FFound not guilty by reason of insanity[23]
32.Harpinder Singh, 40^
(हरपिंदर सिंह)
July 16/172010KuchaiIndia
6
1
FShot by police[24]
33.Surasak, Jaras, 56^
(จรัส สุรศักดิ์)
Dec. 262011Khuan Ma PhraoThailand
6
1
FCommitted suicide[25]
34.Vinogradov, Dmitry Andreyevich, 29
(Дмитрий Андреевич Виноградов)
Nov. 72012MoscowRussia
6
1
FSentenced to life imprisonment[26]
35.Tapia, Salvador, 36Aug. 272003ChicagoILU.S.
6
0
FShot by police[27]
36.Ezzatullah, 23^Nov. 292010Pachir WagamAfghanistan
6
0
FShot by soldiers[28]
37.UnknownFergusson IslandPapua New Guinea
6
?
 MKilled[29]
38.Cho Sang Kook^Jan. 231958HongcheonSouth Korea
6
?
FCommitted suicide[30]
39.Unknown Police Officer^Nov.1980OndangwaNamibia
6
?
FArrested[31]
40.Gulbuddin, 25^Nov. 32009Shin KalayAfghanistan
5
8
F[32]
41.Hiranwadee, Chaiyaworn, 50^June 111997Lang SuanThailand
5
5
FCommitted suicide[33]
42.Ahmed Mustafa Ibrahim Ali, 30^April 172004MitrovicaKosovo
3
11
FShot by police[34]

Killings involving soldiers[edit]

PerpetratorDateYearLocationCountryKilledInjuredWAdditional notesRef.
1.Sanurip, 36"April 151996Timika AirportIndonesia
16
11
FSentenced to death[35]
2.Chelakh, Vladislav, 19"
(Владислав Челах)
May 27/282012Arkankergen frontier postKazakhstan
15
0
F ASentenced to life imprisonment[36]
3.Hasan, Nidal Malik, 39Nov. 52009Fort HoodTXU.S.
13
32
FSentenced to death
Killed an unborn child
4.Alexis, Aaron, 34Sep. 162013Washington, D.C.U.S.
12
3
FShot by police
5.Kim Won-jo, 25May 11974KimpoSouth Korea
10
3
FCommitted suicide[37]
6.Vaganov, Artur, 22June 11997SidaAbkhazia
10
3
FCommitted suicide
7.Lee Wei, 41April 51962PatchTaiwan
10
0-2+
F AArrested[38]
8.Ahmed Gul, 46
(أحمد غول)
April 272011KabulAfghanistan
9
1–6
FCommitted suicide[39]
9.Smith, William Vincent, 19April 231946LST 172U.S.
9
1
FCommitted suicide while awaiting trial[40]
10.Ranjith, G. H. G.March 21988AthurugiriyaSri Lanka
8
9
FShot by soldiers[41]
11.Madubela, Sibusiso, 28Sep. 161999BloemfonteinSouth Africa
8
4
FShot by soldiers[42]
12.Kim Dong-min, 22
(김동민)
June 192005YeoncheonSouth Korea
8
4
F ESentenced to death[43]
13.Madaminov, AnvarFeb. 221998Surxondaryo ProvinceUzbekistan
8
2+
FArrested[44]
14.Unknown Soldier, 20March 261992KyakhtaRussia
8
2
F[45]
15.Sakalauskas, ArtūrasFeb. 231987Leningrad OblastSoviet Union
8
0
FFound not guilty by reason of insanity[46]
16.Kuzminykh, Alexander, 19
(Александр Кузьминых)
Sep. 101998SeveromorskRussia
8
0
FMCommitted suicide
17.Bozhkov, Nikolai, 20
(Николай Божков)
Khismatulin, Oleg, 22
(Олег Хисматулин)
Aug. 232002IngushetiaRussia
8
0
FBoth were arrested[47]
18.Mansour Ali Doais, 30
(منصور علي الدعيس)
Dec. 132009Ta'izzYemen
7
6
FSentenced to death
Wounded 14 people in a grenade attack on Dec. 3, 2008
[48]
19.Aliyev, Ramazan, 31
(Рамазан Алиев)
Aug. 282012BelidzhiRussia
7
6
FShot by soldiers[49]
20.Meneder, Jozef, 19June 31993VranjeYugoslavia
7
4
FMCommitted suicide
21.Dost MuhammadNov. 241938KanwaliIndia
7
2
FShot by soldiers[50]
22.Naumov, Oleg, 20
(Олег Наумов)
Jan. 261998SakhalinRussia
7
1
FMSentenced to life imprisonment[51]
23.Chkheidze, Zurab"
(ზურაბ ჩხეიძემ)
Kamkamidze, Petre"
(პეტრე კამკამიძემ)
June 241997GamardjvebaGeorgia
7
0
FBoth were sentenced to life imprisonment[52]
24.Unknown SoldierDec. 131884PurworejoIndonesia
6–7
2–3
 MArrested[53]
25.Unknown SoldierFeb. 202011MurovdagAzerbaijan
6–7
0–1
F[54]
26.Guercif el Hadi"March 291961Guellat Bou SbaaAlgeria
6
14
FDied[55]
27.Fungabelo, Shaweleka"Aug. 111955Kuala LumpurMalaysia
6
12–14
FCommitted suicide[56]
28.Unknown SoldierOct. 221876MakassarIndonesia
6
8
 MShot by soldiers[57]
29.Unknown SoldierSep.1978Philippines
6
7
Committed suicide[58]
30.Gomez Romero, Johnny Jose, 19Jan. 191987CumanáVenezuela
6
3
F[59]
31.Belkov, Dmitry
(Дмитрий Бельков)
Bogdashin, Andrei
(Андрей Богдашин)
March 81994TanfilyevaRussia
6
3
FBoth were sentenced to death[60]
32.Ohanyan, Mkrtich, 22
(Մկրտիչ Օհանյան)
Feb. 111998ArmavirArmenia
6
2
FCommitted suicide[61]
33.Unknown SoldierApril 131914TankIndia
6
1
FShot by soldiers[62]
34.Sheneyi Mede-O, 23
(शिनी मेदियो)
Jan. 212009Awang Kasom KhullenIndia
6
0-3+
F[63]
35.Gorbunov, Yevgeny, 20
(Евгений Горбунов)
May 291997GusinoozyorskRussia
6
0
FArrested[64]
36.Bucal, Olegario, 35Oct. 242010PalidPhilippines
6
0
FShot by soldiers[65]
37.Unknown SoldierJuly 111976Pagadian CityPhilippines
6
?
FKilled[66]
38.Labor, JaimeOct. 201985PamplonaPhilippines
6
?
FCommitted suicide[67]
39.Vásquez Mojomboy, Jaime, 24Jan. 142005PastoColombia
5–6
4–5
FArrested[68]
40.Abdul Sabor, 21Jan. 202012FOB GwanAfghanistan
5
14
FSentenced to death[69]
41.Fichtner, Leopold"April 171916ViennaAustria-Hungary
5
7
FFound not guilty by reason of insanity[70]
42.Unknown SoldierDec. 251996SoporeIndia
5
7
FArrested[71]
43.Bugakov, Vyacheslav, 19
(Вячеслав Бугаков)
July 301995Popov IslandRussia
5
6
FArrested[72]
44.Solovyev, Denis, 18
(Денис Соловьев)
Nov. 292002PtyshRussia
5
6
FSentenced to 20 years in prison[73]
45.Unknown SoldierJan. 272005Gerishk DistrictAfghanistan
5
6
FShot by soldiers[74]
46.Yun Sang-tai, 22June 51969WonjuSouth Korea
5
5–6
FCommitted suicide[75]
47.Misdea, Salvatore, 22April 131884PizzofalconeItaly
4–7
5–13
FSentenced to death and executed[76]
48.Saraiva Antunes, Antonio Manuel, 27Nov. 231988AjudaPortugal
4
14
FCommitted suicide or shot by soldiers[77]
49.Darwish Khan, 25Oct. 292011FOB PacemakerAfghanistan
4
10–11
FShot by soldiers[78]
50.Hernandez, Jose OvidioSep. 171993La UniónEl Salvador
4
6
FShot by soldiers[79]
51.Kondi Ouatara, 32April 211923Camp De Sainte MartheFrance
3
10
 MArrested[80]
52.Green, Napoleon, 21Aug. 241955ManstonU.K.
3
9
FCommitted suicide[81]
53.Tsalapatanis, Basileios, 23
(Βασιλειος Τσαλαπατανης)
June 81965KilkisGreece
2
20
F ECommitted suicide[82]
54.Hasan Karim Akbar, 31March 232003Camp PennsylvaniaKuwait
2
14
F ESentenced to death
55.Unknown SoldierSep. 121877Boekit DaroeDutch East Indies
2
12–13
FMArrested[83]
56.Paul, James E., 22May 161970Tay NinhVietnam
2
10
FSentenced to 22 years in prison[84]

Abbreviations and footnotes[edit]

^ – Assailant was a member of the police at the time of the rampage
° – At least one of the victims was a relative of the assailant
" – At least one of the victims was not a co-worker of the perpetrator (not indicated, if the victim was a relative)
W – A basic description of the weapons used in the murders
F – Firearms and other ranged weapons, especially rifles and handguns, but also bows and crossbowsgrenade launchersflamethrowers, or slingshots
M – Melee weapons, like knivesswordsspearsmachetesaxesclubs, rods, stones, or bare hands
O – Any other weapons, such as bombshand grenadesMolotov cocktailspoison and poisonous gas, as well as vehicle and arson attacks
A – indicates that an arson attack was the only other weapon used
V – indicates that a vehicle was the only other weapon used
E – indicates that explosives of any sort were the only other weapon used

References[edit]

  1. Jump up^ A Portrait of the KillerTime (August 09, 1999)
  2. Jump up^ Maniac kills nine ChineseSpokane Daily Chronicle(August 22, 1928)
    – Two counties in terror as chinese who killed ten persons eludes posseThe Evening Independent (August 23, 1928)
    – Los Angeles Times (August 28, 1928)
    – Los Angeles Times (September 2, 1928)
  3. Jump up^ Amok in IndiaThe Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser (January 12, 1915)
  4. Jump up^ Distraught Chinese official kills 9, Pacific Stars And Stripes(August 1, 1982)
    – 9 Chinese embassy staff shot dead, The Straits Times(August 1, 1982)
    – Attache kills 9 in shooting at embassyEugene Register-Guard (July 31, 1982)
    – Chinese attache kills nine in embassyThe Spokesman-Review (July 31, 1982)
    – Drama na embaixada da China em MaputoDiario de Lisboa (July 31, 1982)
  5. Jump up^ Last text message of the cop who went berserk at "Ati-Atihan"
    – 8 cops killed in Ati-AtihanManila Standard Today
    – Wife denies leaving cop-suspectSun.Star Iloilo(January 19, 2005)
    – Villar reminds police to be vigilant in securing festivities in Aklan and Cebu (January 14, 2006)
    – Massacre leaves Kalibo folk asking whyPhilippine Daily Inquirer (January 22, 2005)
  6. Jump up^ Gunman Kills 8 in Beirut OfficeFox News (July 31, 2002)
    – State Prosecutor Demands Death for Beirut Mass Murderernaharnet.com (March 15, 2003)
    – Lebanon executes three convicted murderers despite international protestslebanonwire.com (January 17, 2004)
    – موظف «مديون» يقتل 8 من زملائه ويجرح 5 في صندوق لأساتذة التعليم الخاص بلبنانaawsat.com (August 1, 2002)
  7. Jump up^ 9 Killed, 2 Wounded in Shooting at Beer DistributorFox News (August 3, 2010)
    – Hartford Distributors Manchester, Connecticut shooting deaths at 9San Francisco Chronicle (August 3, 2010)
    – 9 Dead In Manchester, Conn. Workplace Shooting,Hartford Courant (August 3, 2010)
  8. Jump up^ Tuerie dans une usinel'Humanité (July 2, 1992)
    – Sacked French worker kills sixThe Independent (July 2, 1992)
    – Un trabajador despedido mata a seis personas en una fábricaLa Vanguardia (July 2, 1992)
    – La tuerie de Besançon: une septieme victime decede de ses blessures, AFP (August 12, 1992)
  9. Jump up^ Admits killing 7 for revenge, Pacific Stars and Stripes(January 27, 1962)
    – Berserk man kills 7The Palm Beach Post (January 27, 1962)
    – Convicted In Slaying Of Seven, Cumberland Times (March 4, 1962)
    – Teacher who slew 7 denied wish to see pupil perform,Toledo Blade (July 26, 1962)
  10. Jump up^ Orderly kills 8 in hospitalFilipino Reporter (November 2, 1995)
    – Orderly kills 8 in PhilippinesThe Buffalo News (October 22, 1995)
    – Philippine Hospital Orderly Kills 8 With Rifle In RampageOrlando Sentinel (October 22, 1995)
  11. Jump up^ The trial of Capt. W. Stewart before the Lord Chief Baron and Baron Pennefather; Cork, 1828.
    – Waldie, Adam: Waldie's select circulating library, Vol. 12; Philadelphia, 1838.
    – Scoresby, William: Memorials of the sea – The Mary Russell; London, 1850.
    – Ireland – Arraignment of Captain StewartThe Glasgow Herald (August 18, 1828)
  12. Jump up^ CRPF jawan kills seven colleaguesThe Times of India(November 28, 2004)
    – Slaughter in stress zoneThe Telegraph (November 28, 2004)
    – Shocked & sleepless in killer homeThe Telegraph(November 29, 2004)
    – Police officer kills seven colleagues in Indian-held KashmirAssociated Press (November 28, 2004)
  13. Jump up^ Un garçon de 15 ans égorge sept personnes,l'Humanité (October 2, 1913)
    – Boy of 16 kills sevenThe New York Times (October 2, 1913)
    – Boy slayer of 7 on trialThe New York Times (March 4, 1914)
    – 20 years for killingThe New York Times (March 5, 1914)
    – Ein fünfzehnjähriger als siebenfacher MörderDie Neue Zeitung (October 2, 1913)
  14. Jump up^ Few clues in motive for Hawaii shootingCBC News(November 3, 1999)
  15. Jump up^ The Revolt of Leo HeldTime (November 3, 1967)
  16. Jump up^ Gunman Kills 6 in JerseyThe New York Times (June 22, 1972)
    – Anger With Employment Agency Is Cited as Gunman's Motivation for Jersey ShootingsThe New York Times(June 23, 1972)
    – A 'Quiet Man' On a RampageThe New York Times(June 25, 1972)
    – Slayer of 6 in Cherry Hill Dies; 2 of 6 Wounded Still in HospitalThe New York Times (July 9, 1972)
  17. Jump up^ New Rochelle Gunman Slays 5, Wounds 5, Then Kills Himself During a Police SiegeThe New York Times(February 15, 1977)
    – Nazi Cultist's 6th Victim DiesThe New York Times (April 2, 1977)
  18. Jump up^ Truck driver felt cheated, The Gettysburg Times (August 11, 1982)
    – Gunman kills six, Post-Standard (August 10, 1982)
  19. Jump up^ Shanghai sees 6 dead in rare shooting spree, reports saySouth China Morning Post (June 23, 2013)
    – China shooting spree ends with six deadThe Guardian(June 23, 2013)
    – Man detained after allegedly killing 6 in Shanghai,Xinhua (June 23, 2013)
    – 上海宝山枪击案犯罪嫌疑人已被刑事拘留ifeng.com(June 23, 2013)
    – 上海6.22持枪杀人案嫌犯被刑拘 一民警中弹负伤,People's Daily (June 23, 2013)
    – 上海62岁男子持枪连杀六人 被指系浦东人曾当过兵,china.com.cn (June 23, 2013)
    – 上海枪击案独家调查:杀人者范杰明Sohu (June 25, 2013)
  20. Jump up^ Police corporal runs amok, kills 6The Straits Times(March 13, 1971)
    – Cop Runs Amok Kills 6 Injures 2, Pacific Stars and Stripes(March 14, 1971)
  21. Jump up^ Minneapolis Shooter Spared Some, Shot Others; Fifth Victim DiesABC News (September 28, 2012)
    – Engeldinger had 1997 arrest on recordMinnesota Public Radio (October 1, 2012)
    – Accent Signage Systems shooting: First victims fought for their livesStar Tribune (October 2, 2012)
    – Survivors describe escaping a killer at workplaceStar Tribune (October 6, 2012)
    – Minnesota office shooting: Accent Signage death toll rises to 7Los Angeles Times (October 11, 2012)
  22. Jump up^ Dreadful tragedy at seaPoverty Bay Herald (December 29, 1887)
    – Epitome of foreign and general news, Lloyd's Weekly London Newspaper (October 23, 1887)
    – General Principles – Slaughter aboard shipWarsaw Daily Times (October 20, 1887)
    – A shipboard tragedyMadison County Times (January 11, 1889)
    – A Monster on the OceanThe Evening Bulletin(November 28, 1887)
    – A red-handed RussianSacramento Daily Union(January 8, 1889)
  23. Jump up^ Slays 4 WPA men after he loses jobThe New York Times (December 17, 1935)
    – Sixth Man Dies in WPA ShootingThe New York Times(December 19, 1935)
    – Los Angeles Times (February 25, 1936)
  24. Jump up^ Indian security man kills 6 colleagues in military camp shooting rampageXinhua (July 17, 2010)
    – Jharkhand: Drunk CRPF jawan kills 6 colleaguesNDTV(July 17, 2010)
    – CRPF man kills 6 others, is shot deadHindustan Times(July 17, 2010)
    – CRPF orders inquiry into ‘killing spree’ in Jharkhand campThaindian News (July 17, 2010)
  25. Jump up^ Border policeman kills six colleaguesBangkok Post(December 27, 2011)
    – Thai policeman kills 6 fellow officersThe Straits Times(December 27, 2011)
    – ตชด.เมาคลั่งยิงเพื่อนดับ 6 ยิงตัวตามKom Chad Luek(December 27, 2011)
  26. Jump up^ Jilted lover allegedly kills five in Moscow officeCBS News (November 7, 2012)
    – Gunman seconds before embarking on shooting spree in his office in rampage that has now claimed six livesDaily Mail (November 8, 2012)
    – Five Die in Moscow Shooting RampageRIA Novosti(November 7, 2012)
    – Виноградов совершил преступление в невменяемом состоянии – адвокатRIA Novosti (November 8, 2012)
    – Офисная мизантропияLenta.Ru (November 8, 2012)
    – Дмитрий ВиноградовGazeta.ru (November 8, 2012)
    – Moscow Gun Rampage Killer Gets Life SentenceRIA Novosti (September 9, 2013)
  27. Jump up^ Seven die in Chicago warehouse shootingCNN(August 28, 2003)
  28. Jump up^ Afghan policeman kills six US troops following argumentThe Telegraph (November 29, 2010)
    – Afghan policeman kills six US soldiersThe Guardian(November 29, 2010)
    – Six NATO Troops Killed by Afghan Police OfficerThe New York Times (November 29, 2010)
    – Afghan Killer Was Veteran PolicemanThe New York Times (November 30, 2010)
    – Afghan cop who killed 6 U.S. soldiers was trusted,Denver Post (December 1, 2010)
    – Police, Taliban offer differing portrait of suspect in troop deathsCNN (December 1, 2010)
  29. Jump up^ Burton-Bradley, B. G.: The Amok Syndrome in Papua and New Guinea, in Simons, Ronald C. & Hughes, Charles C. (ed.): The Culture-Bound Syndromes; Springer, 1985. (p. 241) ISBN 9789027718587
  30. Jump up^ 7 Men Die In Korean GunfightThe Hartford Courant(January 25, 1958)
    – Korean Officer Goes Berserk, The Lima News (January 24, 1958)
    – Korean Officer Shoots 6, Takes Own Life, The Daily Republic (January 24, 1958)
    – ROK Captain Slays 6 Army Officers, Hammond Times(January 24, 1958)
    – 6사단 수색중대장 趙相九대위사건에 대해 육군본부에서 경위를 발표 – 장병 6명을 사살하고 자살, 발단은 사무인계. 정신착란의 소치, The Chosun Ilbo (January 25, 1958)
  31. Jump up^ Polizist als AmokläuferHamburger Abendblatt(November 13, 1980)
  32. Jump up^ Afghan Police Officer Kills Five British SoldiersThe New York Times (November 4, 2009)
    – Taliban claim responsibility for killing five British troops in AfghanistanThe Guardian (November 4, 2009)
    – Patrick Cockburn: The general is right. Liam Fox is wrongThe Independent (November 13, 2009)
  33. Jump up^ Polizist läuft AmokStuttgarter Zeitung (June 12, 1997)
    – Polizist lief AmokHamburger Abendblatt (June 12, 1997)
    – Five killed, The Straits Times (June 12, 1997)
    – Massacre at police station tied to bribesThe Nation(June 12, 1997)
    – Policeman's motive still a mysteryThe Nation (June 13, 1997)
    – Police to ignore charges of graft in murder probeThe Nation (June 14, 1997)
  34. Jump up^ A Massacre in KosovoThe Weekly Standard (April 29, 2004)
    – Kosovo Prison Shooter May Have Had Hamas TiesFox News (April 24, 2004)
  35. Jump up^ Penembakan di Timika (April 18, 1996)
    – Penembakan anggota Kopassus di Timika (May 15, 1996)
  36. Jump up^ What Do We Know About Kazakh Border Guard No. 15?,rferl.org (June 6, 2012)
    – Chelakh withdrew his plea of guiltytengrinews.kz (July 26, 2012)
    – Chelakh declared sanetengrinews.kz (July 27, 2012)
    – Родственники казахстанского пограничника Владислава Челаха обратились в программу "Пусть говорят" Андрея Малаховаkt.kz (June 9, 2012)
    – В отношении Челаха возбудили 10 новых уголовных делkt.kz (August 3, 2012)
    – Kazakh Border Guard Gets Life For Mass MurderRIA Novosti (December 11, 2012)
  37. Jump up^ Drunk soldier kills 9The Sydney Morning Herald (May 2, 1974)
    – Soldier in Seoul Kills NineThe New York Times (May 2, 1974)
    – Drunken paratrooper slays 9Chicago Tribune (May 2, 1974)
    – 10th Victim Dies In Shooting Spree, Pacific Stars and Stripes (May 5, 1974)
    – 만취병사 카빈 난동 사망 10명, The Chosun Ilbo (May 2, 1974)
  38. Jump up^ Berserk Soldier Slays 10 Others, The Chronicle Telegram(April 6, 1962)
    – Poker loser kills 10 others, San Antonio Light (April 6, 1962)
    – News in brief, The New Mexican (April 6, 1962)
    – Nationalist Soldier Kills 10 Comrades, Pacific Stars and Stripes (April 8, 1962)
    – Soldier kills 7, hurts 5The Miami News (April 5, 1962)
    – Chinese Runs Amok, Kills Seven, Tucson Daily Citizen(April 5, 1962)
  39. Jump up^ Gunman Kills NATO Troops at Kabul AirportThe New York Times (April 27, 2011)
    – Afghan military pilot kills 9 Americans in KabulLos Angeles Times (April 28, 2011)
    – Afghan officer kills 8 NATO soldiers, 1 contractorCBC News (April 27, 2011)
    – Nato soldiers killed in shootout with Afghan officerThe Guardian (April 27, 2011)
    – Motive in Kabul shooting deaths remains elusiveAir Force Times (January 17, 2012)
    – Air Force completes Kabul shooting investigationU.S. Air Force (January 17, 2012)
  40. Jump up^ After being just 2 month out of the United States, Seaman 2/C William Smith went berserk on Navy LST 172, up the Yangtze River. At 3am he began shooting at the sleeping sailors with a pistol and a carbine instantly killing seven and wounding a further three, before one of his mortally wounded victims managed to disarm him. Without his weapons, Smith turned on himself and stabbed himself three times in the abdomen, before being knocked out by another sailor. Smith was treated on the USS Repose, alongside his injured victims, of whom two did not survive.
    Sources:
    – U.S. Sailor, 19, Goes Berserk on YangtzeThe New York Times (April 24, 1946)
    – Navy Hero is identifiedThe New York Times (April 27, 1946)
    – Sailor Killer Of 9 Hangs Self in BrigThe Washington Post (August 2, 1947)
    – Nine American Seaman Killed by Sailor Running Amuck Aboard Amphibious BoatSpokane Daily Chronicle (April 23, 1946)
    – Accused sailor hangs himselfSt. Petersburg Times(August 2, 1947)
  41. Jump up^ Soldier in Sri Lanka Kills 8; Slain by OfficerLos Angeles Times (March 2, 1988)
    – Berserk soldier kills 8 in shooting spreeThe Age(March 3, 1988)
  42. Jump up^ Two troopers killed in Bloemfontein during apparent accident (August 30, 2003)
    – Tempe killer's steps retracedIndependent Online(September 18, 1999)
    – Shot Tempe soldier loses fight for lifeIndependent Online (September 23, 1999)
  43. Jump up^ S.Korean soldier kills 8 colleagues in shooting spree,english.eastday.com (June 20, 2005)
    – Eight Die, Two Hurt as Soldier Runs Amok in DMZ,Digital Chosunilbo (June 19, 2005)
    – Pfc Kim Sentenced to Death for Shooting Rampage,english.chosun.com (November 23, 2005)
  44. Jump up^ 8 Uzbek soldiers killed by privateBoston Globe(February 24, 1998)
    – Army private shoots eight dead at border post,Associated Press (February 23, 1998)
    – Streit ums Essen: Russe erschoß acht Menschen,Berliner Kurier (February 24, 1998)
  45. Jump up^ Soldat lief AmokHamburger Abendblatt (March 27, 1992)
    – Russischer Soldat tötet acht Kameraden, Stuttgarter Zeitung (March 27, 1992)
    – Un soldat tue 8 de ses camarades, Agence France-Presse(March 26, 1992)
  46. Jump up^ Dienstplichtige in Sovjet-Unie doodt zeven maten,Leeuwarder Courant (July 30, 1988)
    – Sovietinės armijos kareivį Artūrą Sakalauską tebeslegia sunkiai pakeliama naštaKauno diena (January 18, 2003)
  47. Jump up^ Russian guards confess to killingsCNN (August 28, 2002)
    – За расстрел – не расстреляютstapravda.ru (August 30, 2002)
    – Двое пограничников признались в убийстве 8 сослуживцевnewsru.com (August 28, 2002)
  48. Jump up^ Toll rises in Taiz museum rampageSaba (December 13, 2009)
    – مصادر محلية: جندي يقتل 6 من زملائه في تعز ويصيب أخرين اليوم,alsahwa-yemen.net (December 13, 2009)
    – مقتل 7 جنود وإصابة 6 آخرين بتعز على يد زميل لهم,almasdaronline.com (December 13, 2009)
    – جندي يقتل 7 من زملائه ويصيب أكثر من 10 آخرين بتعز,marebpress.net (December 13, 2009)
    – مصرع 7 افراد واصابة 6 اخرين بحادثة اطلاق نار جوار المتحف الوطني بتعز,taiztoday.com (December 14, 2009)
    – مرتكب جريمة المتحف الوطني بتعز صاحب سوابق والأمن يحاول وصفه بالمريض نفسياًalnedaa.net (December 22, 2009)
    – الإعدام لمدان بقتل 7 من زملائه بمتحف تعز العام الماضيasrarpress.net(May 5, 2010)
  49. Jump up^ More Than a Dozen Die in 2 Attacks in a Russian RepublicThe New York Times (August 29, 2012)
    – Border Guard Shot at Fellow Servicemen for 'No Apparent Reason'The Moscow Times (August 29, 2012)
    – Подробности расстрела в Дагестане: пограничник Алиев убил и ранил сибирских спецназовцевNEWSru(August 29, 2012)
    – В расстреле силовиков допустили бытовой мотив,Kommersant (August 30, 2012)
  50. Jump up^ AmuckTime (December 5, 1938)
    – Sepoy sentry runs amokThe Canberra Times(November 26, 1938)
    – Army Officers Murdered, The Times (November 25, 1938)
    – Nowshera Shooting Affair, The Times (January 6, 1939)
    – India. Bureau of Public Information: Indian information series, Vol. 4–5; New Delhi, 1939.
  51. Jump up^ Russia Soldier Runs Amok, Kills 7 at Remote BaseLos Angeles Times (January 28, 1998)
    – Нерядовой приговор рядовомуKommersant (January 18, 2002)
    – Russian conscript gets life for killing seven comrades,The Russia Journal (May 24, 2001)
  52. Jump up^ Georgian soldier part of 7 killingsThe Boston Globe(June 25, 1997)
    – Georgian soldier kills five fellow servicemenInterfax(June 24, 1997)
    – The Army and Society in Georgia (August 1998)
  53. Jump up^ Netherlands IndiaThe Straits Times (January 7, 1885)
    – Oost-IndieLeydse Courant (January 20, 1885)
  54. Jump up^ 7 Azerbaijani servicemen killed at a military unit,today.az (February 21, 2011)
    – Seven Azerbaijan soldiers shot dead by comrade at baseBBC (February 21, 2011)
    – 7 soldiers shot dead in AzerbaijanThe Washington Post(February 21, 2011)
    – Seven military servants are dead as a result of incident in Azerbaijani Armytimes.am (February 21, 2011)
    – Commander sacked over army massacrenews.az(February 23, 2011)
    – Commander of military unit brought to justice due to death of seven soldiers in Azerbaijantrend.az (April 15, 2011)
  55. Jump up^ Dominado pelos tanques um louco matara seis pessoas,O Estado de S. Paulo (April 2, 1961)
    – Un fou furieux tue six personnes et en blesse quatorze,Le Monde (April 1, 1961)
  56. Jump up^ Soldier in Malaya Kills SixThe New York Times (August 12, 1955)
    – 6 die in 5 terror minutesThe Straits Times (August 12, 1955)
    – When death rode the day mailThe Straits Times (August 12, 1955)
    – Amok's victims betterThe Straits Times (August 13, 1955)
    – Seven died when he turned killerThe Straits Times(October 13, 1955)
    – African kills 6, wounds 12 on trainThe Gettysburg Times (August 11, 1955)
  57. Jump up^ Java NewsStraits Times Overland Journal (November 16, 1876)
    – Java ItemsThe Straits Times (November 11, 1876)
    – KolonienLeidsch Dagblad (December 5, 1876)
  58. Jump up^ Askar amok bunuh 6Berita Harian (September 6, 1978)
  59. Jump up^ Soldier kills sixThe Bulletin (January 19, 1987)
    – Venezuela soldier kills 6 comradesChicago Tribune(January 20, 1987)
    – Venezuelan Soldier Kills MatesLos Angeles Times(January 19, 1987)
  60. Jump up^ Guards take revenge for hazingSan Jose Mercury News(March 9, 1994)
    – Russian Conscripts Kill ColleaguesThe Washington Post (March 10, 1994)
    – Как судили дезертиров-убийцKommersant (March 3, 2005)
    – Russian soldiers sentenced to death for killing six comradesEugene Register-Guard (July 23, 1995)
  61. Jump up^ Armenian soldier escapes after killing six fellow servicemenAssociated Press (February 11, 1998)
    – Armenia, Azerbaijan Exchange Words Over Border ShootoutsThe Moscow Times (February 13, 1998)
    – Armenia – Torture and ill-treatmentamnesty.org
  62. Jump up^ Lunatic runs amuck, kills 3The Washington Herald(April 14, 1914)
    – Indian Orderly Runs AmokThe Colac Herald (April 15, 1914)
    – The Indian TragedyThe Advertiser (April 17, 1914)
    – Orderly runs amokKalgoorlie Western Argus (April 21, 1914)
    – Murder of British OfficersThe Mercury (June 27, 1914)
  63. Jump up^ Massive hunt for "rogue" AR jawanThe Morung Express(January 23, 2009)
    – WantedImphal Free Press (January 31, 2009)
    – Naga AR jawan absconding after killing sixEastern Mirror (January 22, 2009)
  64. Jump up^ Russian soldier kills fiveThe Jamestown Foundation(May 30, 1997)
    – Runaway rifle killer capturedSunday Mail (June 1, 1997)
    – Russian private who ran amok killing six detained after big manhuntITAR-TASS (May 31, 1997)
  65. Jump up^ Militiaman runs amuck in Zambo Sibugay, 5 killed,Philippine Daily Inquirer (October 25, 2010)
    – Army to probe amok incidents; battle fatigue seen as causePhilippine Daily Inquirer (October 26, 2010)
    Cafgu runs amok in Zambo Sibugay; 7 killedABS–CBN News (October 25, 2010)
    – Govt militiaman runs amok, kills 6 in Zambo Sibugay,GMA News (October 25, 2010)
    – 7 Muerto cuando yaman amok el un CAFGU na Zambo Sibugaybomboradyo.com (October 25, 2010)
    – Militiaman who killed 6 colleagues shot deadToday(October 26, 2010)
    – Philippines militiaman kills 6 colleaguesThe Washington Post (October 25, 2010)
  66. Jump up^ Filipino Troop Deaths ProbedPittsburgh Post-Gazette(July 12, 1976)
    – Berserk soldier killed six menEugene Register-Guard(July 13, 1976)
  67. Jump up^ Soldier kills 6, then selfThe Milwaukee Journal (October 21, 1985)
    – Filipino soldier kills 6, himselfThe Vindicator (October 21, 1985)
    – Two die as Manila police fire on marchThe Sydney Morning Herald (October 22, 1985)
    – Philippine Soldier Kills 6 Officers, SelfLos Angeles Times (October 22, 1985)
  68. Jump up^ Mindefensa ordena revisar programas de atención psicológica en unidades de la Fuerza PúblicaMinisterio de Defensa Nacional
    – Colombian soldier kills five sleeping comradesABC News (January 15, 2005)
    – Otra tragedia enluta al Ejército en NariñoEl País(January 15, 2005)
    – Soldado acribilló a seis compañeros de dormitorioEl Colombiano (January 15, 2005)
  69. Jump up^ Four French soldiers die in Afghanistan shootingBBC News (January 20, 2012)
    – France blames Afghan deaths on 'Taliban infiltrator'AFP(January 21, 2012)
    – French defense minister travels to Afghanistan after deadly attackCNN (January 22, 2012)
    – Afghanistan: les Français abattus par "un taliban infiltré",Le Nouvel Observateur (January 21, 2012)
    – Afghan soldier forged papers, deserted army before killing French troopsThe Kansas City Star (February 3, 2012)
    – Afghanistan. La fusillade de Gwan fait un 5e mort dans les rangs de l'armée françaiseOuest-France (March 27, 2012)
    – Afghan soldier sentenced to death for killing 4 French troopsThe Washington Post (July 17, 2012)
    – Les talibans jurent de venger le soldat ayant tué cinq Français, 'Libération (July 18, 2012)
  70. Jump up^ In Charge of Police, He runs amuck, firemen called,Oakland Tribune (April 21, 1916)
    – Die Schreckenstat eines GeistesgestörtenDie Neue Zeitung (April 18, 1916)
    – Die Schreckenstat eines TobsüchtigenDie Neue Zeitung (April 20, 1916)
  71. Jump up^ Soldier in Indian army kills 5, leaves 7 wounded in rampageSt. Louis Post-Dispatch (December 26, 1996)
  72. Jump up^ World NewsThe Washington Times (August 1, 1995)
    – World NewsUSA Today (July 31, 1995)
    – Soldier's spree kills, The Moscow Times (August 1, 1995)
    – Расстрел караула – Убийства военнослужащих в 1994–1997 годахKommersant (March 11, 1997)
  73. Jump up^ "Doped up" Russian soldier runs amokBBC(November 29, 2002)
    – Russian border guard shooting toll reaches eight(November 29, 2002)
    – Расстрелявший 11 сослуживцев солдат сядет на 20 летgazeta.ru (June 28, 2003)
    – Объевшийся грибов пограничник расстрелял спящих сослуживцев, newsru.com (November 29, 2002)
    – Пограничник, расстрелявший пятерых сослуживцев, сядет на 20 летnewsru.com (June 5, 2003)
  74. Jump up^ Afghan soldier on shooting spreeBBC (January 27, 2005)
    – Afghan soldier kills five colleagues, injures 6 others,Pakistan Times (January 28, 2005)
    – Afghan soldier slain after killing 5 comrades,paktribune.com (January 29, 2005)
  75. Jump up^ S. Korean Soldier Goes Berserk, Kills 5, SelfChicago Tribune (June 8, 1969)
    – ROK soldier slays five, The Fresno Bee Republican (June 8, 1969)
    – Shoots soldiers, The Lawton Constitution And Morning Press (June 8, 1969)
    – Army sergeant kills soldiers, Cumberland Sunday Times(June 8, 1969)
    – Berserk Korean kills 5, Pacific Stars and Stripes (June 9, 1969)
    – 잠든 사병 7명 사살 4명 중상. 술취한 하사 내무반에 카빈 40발 난사 자기도 자살, The Chosun Ilbo (June 8, 1969)
  76. Jump up^ Seven soldiers murderedBaltimore Sunday Herald(June 8, 1884)
    – A human tigerAuckland Star (July 19, 1884)
    – Ultimo Corriere – L'eccidio della caserne di PizzofalconeGazzetta Piemontese (April 16, 1884)
    – Ultimo Corriere – Da NapoliGazzetta Piemontese (April 17, 1884)
    – Ultime notizie – Processo MisdeaGazzetta Piemontese(May 26, 1884)
    – Italia – Processo MisdeaGazzetta Piemontese (May 29, 1884)
    – Ultime notizie – Da NapoliGazzetta Piemontese (May 30, 1884)
    – Berrè, Alessio: Il Caso di Salvatore Misdea
    – Patarini, Giada: Il processo Misdea
  77. Jump up^ Matanza en un cuartel de la guardia civil portuguesaEl País (November 24, 1988)
    – El guardia portugués que mató a cuatro compañeros estaba furioso con sus jefesEl País (November 25, 1988)
    – Un cabo de la GuardiaABC (November 24, 1988)
    – 4 mortos, 13 feridosDiário de Lisboa (November 23, 1988)
    – Cabo Antunes nao queria permanecer na cantinaDiário de Lisboa (November 24, 1988)
    – Cabo Antunes so nao matou mais ninguem porque a cacadeira ficou encravadaDiário de Lisboa (November 25, 1988)
    – Cabo Antunes terá sido atingido por tiros de pistola e de G-3Diário de Lisboa (November 26, 1988)
    – Féretro do cabo Antunes acompanhado pela GNR,Diário de Lisboa (November 28, 1988)
  78. Jump up^ Deaths of Diggers a 'bitter day' for Australia: Gillard,Sydney Morning Herald (October 29, 2011)
    – Three Australian soldiers killed in AfghanistanSydney Morning Herald (October 30, 2011)
    – Three Australian soldiers killed, seven wounded in Afghanistan shootingThe Australian (October 30, 2011)
    – 3 Australian soldiers killed in AfghanistanThe Associated Press (October 30, 2011)
    – Three Aussie troops killed in Afghanistan,perthnow.com.au (October 29, 2011)
    – Deadly attack won't shake us, vows GillardThe Age(October 31, 2011)
    – Aussies slain by rogue ally in AfghanistanThe Daily Telegraph (October 31, 2011)
    – Rogue Afghan soldier's father speaksABC (November 3, 2011)
    – Making of an Afghan martyrThe Canberra Times(November 5, 2011)
  79. Jump up^ Salvador soldier kills 4 in rampageBoston Globe(September 19, 1993)
    – Drug-fueled rampage leaves 5 officers deadOcala Star-Banner (September 19, 1993)
    – El Salvador oficial drogado mata a 5 colegasEl Nuevo Herald (September 19, 1993)
  80. Jump up^ Soldier runs amok – Revenge on practical jokersThe Argus (April 24, 1923)
    – Un drame à la chambréeLe Figaro (April 22, 1923)
  81. Jump up^ Autopsy Shows Berserk Airman Took Own Life, The Lima News (August 30, 1955)
    – Berserk Yank kills 3 at British baseEllensburg Daily Record (August 24, 1955)
    – U.S. airman kills three in EnglandThe New York Times(August 25, 1955)
    – Chicago airman kills 3, shoots 9 at English baseSt. Petersburg Times (August 24, 1955)
  82. Jump up^ Three die in Greek barracks shooting, The Times (June 9, 1965)
    – Berserk soldier kills two, The Gleaner (June 11, 1965)
    – Soldier runs amok, Winnipeg Free Press (June 9, 1965)
    – AmokThe Age (June 10, 1965)
    – [1]Makedonia (June 9, 1965)
    – [2]Makedonia (June 10, 1965)
    – [3]Makedonia (June 11, 1965)
  83. Jump up^ Gemengd NieuwsLeidsch Dagblad (November 9, 1877)
    – Binnenland – Een treurig gevalHeldersche en Nieuwedieper Courant (November 11, 1877)
  84. Jump up^ GI kills 2, wounds 16 at Viet showYoungstown Vindicator (May 16, 1970)
    – Two Yanks killed by GI in VietThe Miami News (May 16, 1970)
    – Soldier charged with two murdersThe Gettysburg Times (May 26, 1970)
    – Soldier charged in slayingsThe Owosso Argus-Press(May 26, 1970)
    – Soldier Is Convicted In Manslaughter CaseTropic Lightning News (October 5, 1970)

*Timeline


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6 injured April 29, 2014 Kennesaw Georgia FedEx Shooting In at Georgia FedEx plant, 6 were injured after a suspected workplace shooting. Authorities were still looking for the gunman

February 10, 2014 Fired Worker Threatens To Blow Up Washington Hillel Jewish Center In Seattle, a man recently fired as maintenance worker at the  Hillel Foundation for Jewish Life in the University of Washington U-District threatened to mix toxic chemicals to blow up the building. The director did not believe it was some kind of anti-Semitic attack. Traffic was closed as a chemical sniffing robot was sent in, and the suspect was arrested.

September 25, 2013 Sang Ho Kim Terrorist Shooting Near Long Island Mall Long Island New York: Sang Ho Kim (Korean name), 63 walked into Savenergy which makes energy efficient light fixtures where he had a business dispute as a vendor and shot at the company's owner and killed another employee before fleeing in a Honda Pilot. A SWAT team came to encircle the building while nearby schools and a shopping mall was locked down. Police believe it was a workplace incident targeting business associates, with no evidence it was a random shooting. He told his sister after the shooting that he planned to commit suicide. His vehicle was found near a train station, but the search continues. Monday Sept 30, a body was found in the Hudson river was identified as the suspect. Police concluded Sang Ho Kim shot himself in the mouth, jumped into the water and drowned.

Thursday, September 27, 2012.  Minneapolis workplace shooting A shooting incident occurred at a firm in MinneapolisMinnesota inside Accent Signage Systems, where a former employee walked into the firm's building and fired a Glock 19 9mm pistol. By the end of the day, five people were dead, including the gunman who committed suicide, and four others were injured; three of them critically. One of those critically injured died the following day, and another man succumbed to his wounds on October 10. It was the deadliest workplace shooting in Minnesota's history.


August 3, 2010 The Hartford Distributors shooting was a mass shooting that occurred in Manchester, ConnecticutUnited States. The location of the crime was a warehouse owned by Hartford Distributors, a beer distribution company. The gunman, former employee Omar Sheriff Thornton (born April 25, 1976)[1] shot and killed eight people before turning a gun on himself. Thornton, aged 34, was called into his place of employment for disciplinary purposes. Thornton had been recorded on surveillance video in the Hartford Distributors warehouse stealing beer on a previous occasion.


Tuesday, January 12, 2010. Penske workplace shootings Three people were killed and two others critically injured in a workplace shooting at a truck rental business located near the city of Kennesaw, Georgia. The alleged shooter, Jessie J. Warren, was captured and arrested in the incident. The shooter, Jessie James Warren, a former employee, walked into the Penske truck rental business Tuesday afternoon wearing camouflage. He opened fire, shooting five. Four victims were employees, another was a customer.

November 2009 Fort Hood Shooting 
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