- Jan 17, 2015
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These type of incidents are not surprising anymore, are they?
The videos posted in the name of “Bryce Williams” show an approach to Parker, Gardner and Ward on the deck where they were filming an interview. The three continue reporting live and do not acknowledge the approaching person. The person filming then angles alongside the cameraman and aims a handgun directly at Parker, who does not appear to notice.
A second video shows the gunman shooting at Parker as she runs away from the shots.
The video then cuts. The Twitter account has now been suspended. Other tweets stated: “I filmed the shooting see Facebook,” “Adam went to [human resources] on me after working with me one time!!!” and “Alison made racist comments. EEOC report filed. They hired her after that???”
I saw it, it's eerie but not gory. It's 20 seconds long, first 15 second is him walking with a shaky camera work, last 5 seconds he then walks up to the crew filming and the last frame is him pointing the gun. Very creepy.Surely not. Someone would have gotten that footage before it was taken down, expect it to be online shortly. No interest in seeing that shit.
I apologise. But that is why I said to PM me and not just have it posted in here.I didn't intend this thread to become some weird footage sharing hub.
This thread is where we show our anger at American gun laws, call for change and then forget about it all until the next time.
A man, apparently a disgruntled former employee of the TV station, uploaded a video of himself shooting the reporter at close range on social media.
Land of the dumb and insane. Glad I live in dull wee Scotland!
Yeah that's true I remember Dunblane well as I was going to my dad's girlfriends funeral that day and it was a doubly horrible day for the family.These incidents are much more common in the US than over here, obviously. But it has the potential to happen absolutely anywhere - as you know with the Dunblane shootings being a particularly nasty example.