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1 killed 3 injured, suspect killed November 20, 2014 Florida State University Library Shooting Three people were shot at the Florida State University library in Tallahassee Florida before campus police shot and killed the gunman 31 yr old Myron May when he refused to put down the gun and started shooting at police. Shooting started a half hour after midnight as 300 to 400 students scattered in panic inside the 24 hour main library when the shooter entered with a handgun and opened fire. One student discovered one of the books he had been carrying was hit. May had worked briefly as a felony prosecutor in Dona Ana, New Mexico before abruptly resigning in October. He appeared to be in a personal crisis as he become obsessed with a "targeted individual" conspiracy theory promoted by a Jesse Ventura television show, and was convinced that he was being monitored and heard voices talking about him. He contacted many of his friends and sent them packages before the attack which appear to be harmless. His former roommate described him as the "kindest, sweetest person you ever know, bright, willing to engage in debate, and deeply religious" as he quoted bible scripture on his facebook page, along with references to conspiracy theories.
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Florida State University Shooting is an Inane Arch-Zionist Hoax nodisinfo "zionist terror" November 20, 2014 The arch-Zionist orchestrated Florida State University (FSU) shooting may be the most ludicrous, inane hoax yet. It simply could not get more ridiculous than this. By no means was there a shooting at FSU of any kind. No one was hurt, and no one surely was killed. It was merely a drill, as is clearly demonstrated by the following photo:
Progressive international media PressTV connects this to other incidents and epidemic of gun violence:
- In September, an Indiana State University student shot his classmate inside a residence hall.
- Also in June, a shooter killed one student and injured two others inside Seattle Pacific University.
- Every year, thousands of Americans lose their lives to the escalating gun violence in the country. US averages 87 gun deaths each day as a function of gun violence, with an average of 183 injured
NBC News NOV 22 2014 FSU Shooter Myron May Left Message: 'I Do Not Want to Die in Vain'
by TRACY CONNOR Hours before he opened fire at the Florida State University library, lawyer Myron May left a desperate voicemail for an acquaintance with this plea: "I do not want to die in vain." The message was part of a flurry of emails, texts and phone calls in which the former prosecutor laid bare his torment: He believed government "stalkers" were harassing him and using a "direct energy weapon" to hurt him. He said that he had sent packages to 10 people that would "expose" what he thought was happening to him. His social media activity revealed that he believed he was a "targeted individual," the term used by people who think the government and shadowy gangs are attacking them with mind control and invisible, remote weapons.
November 21, 2014 FSU gunman sent packages before shooting, acquaintance says By Michael Pearson and Carma Hassan, CNN apparently sent packages to several acquaintances before the shooting, according to one of them. Agents from the FBI's Houston office have received a package sent by Myron May and determined that it contained nothing hazardous, really thought it was a wedding invitation or something," he said. "On Wednesday at 9:53 (p.m.), he said y'all should receive your packages Friday. Then I went to sleep and woke up to tragedy." suspect did not comply with the commands and actually shot at one of the officers," Tallahassee police spokesman David Northway said. "They returned fire, and the subject was killed." May worked briefly as a felony prosecutor in Dona Ana, New Mexico, District Attorney Mark D'Antonio said.
"He did his job with distinction and honor," D'Antonio said
November 21 update FSU gunman was in 'state of crisis' during shooting, investigators say Washington Post He posted video of Jesse Ventura targeted individual conspiracy theory and thought he was hearing voices because he was targeted by electronic spy gear. On Thursday, Tallahassee Police Chief Michael DeLeo identified Myron May, 31, as the gunman who opened fire at a library at Florida State University, a school at which he was an lumnus. Earlier this month, Myron May turned up at his old high school in tiny Wewahitchka, Fla. On Thursday, Tallahassee Police Chief Michael DeLeo identified May, 31, as the gunman. investigation now indicates that May struggled with concerns of “targeting” before the early morning incident. “Mr. May had a written journal, and videos, where he expressed fears of being targeted, and he wanted to bring attention to this issue, of targeting,” DeLeo said at a press conference Thursday. “A preliminary review of these documents and videos demonstrate that Mr. May was in a state of crisis.” May “never proceeded past the security measures in place” before exiting the library. Ex-roommate says "kindest, sweetest person you ever know,” "bright, willing to engage in debate, and deeply religious." May graduated from Florida State in 2005, and from Texas Tech University School of Law in 2009. October, an ex-girlfriend told an investigator that May had recently developed a “severe mental disorder” and believed police were bugging his car and phone. September, May told an officer that he believed he was being watched, and said he was hearing voices coming from the walls, talking about his actions... Facebook page full of conspiratorial and religious-themed postings, last post “Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. ~ Matthew 5:3” ...Google home page with the words “Targeted individuals” clip from Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura.” Robert Duncan who, the narrator states, “put together the technology that allows the government to transmit thoughts and voices into the heads of Americans.”
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Three students were wounded in a shooting on Florida State University's campus in Tallahassee, police said, and the suspected gunman was