Skip to comments.Ex-Marine tweeted about killing co-workers in '09
Posted on 09/01/2012 5:34:32 AM PDT by markomalley
Unhappy with his life as a Marine stationed in California, Terence Tyler posed a question three years ago on Twitter: "is it normal to want to kill ALL of ur coworkers?"
Struggling with depression, he left the Marines and recently started working at a supermarket in New Jersey.
On Friday morning, Tyler shot two co-workers and himself, police said. The 23-year-old, clad in desert camouflage gear, opened fire at a Pathmark store in Old Bridge Township, authorities said.
Authorities are investigating his motive, but family members said Tyler was discharged from the Marines two years ago after suffering from depression and had never gotten over his mother's death about five years ago.
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What is hard to understand is this recent flareup of murders, I suspect they may be manipulated by powers of darkness, and the left is a pawn of Satan at his unfortunate time of history.
they got u! theres been no flare up. its just the same murders being publicized for gun control reasons
he stopped almost 3 years ago, but he had other dreams.
Will twitter delete this?
I hope they delete it. Reading it destroys brain cells an makz ..wun mo
Maybe he forget his password & stopped?
Takeaway: He didn’t try to kill his co-workers in ‘09 because all of them were armed.
The MSMerdre always notes whether a person is a former military as if it had an influence on what he did.
The murderer grew up in Brooklyn in a Black Culture and in my opinion the Marines could not right his “attitudes”; and that is why he only served two years of a four year enlistment. A Marine Corps spokesperson said he could not state what kind of discharge the murderer got.
Pity the two victims, white, 18 and 24, just trying to get by, working the graveyard shift.
Another one of Obama “sons”, a murdering piece of crap.
This is what I predicted yesterday as soon as I saw that he only served two years. He was discharged not so honorably.
This won’t get much attention in the media of course.
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