martes, 28 de agosto de 2012

POLICE CHASE [CCTV] - GUNMAN KILLS former BOSS in Empire State Building SHOOTING

POLICE CHASE [CCTV] - GUNMAN KILLS former BOSS in Empire State Building SHOOTING Disgruntled employee' Jeffrey Johnson, 58, shot dead by police after attack in midtown Manhattan that left nine others injured.. A laid-off clothing designer killed his former manager before being shot dead by police in New York on Friday after a workplace dispute escalated into a shootout near the Empire State Building. At least nine people were wounded during the attack, in one of the most crowded areas of Manhattan. Some of those injured may have been shot by police as they shot at the gunman, who pointed his handgun at them but is understood not to have fired. The shooting led to panic in the tourist-heavy streets around the Empire State Building, with fears that another mass shooting was under way. However, it became clear that it was not a random attack when police revealed that the victim had been targeted. Police named the suspect as Jeffrey Johnson, a 58-year-old who had been employed for six years as a designer of women's accessories at Hazan Imports, a business that operates from premises in midtown near the Empire State Building. New York police commissioner Raymond Kelly said during a press conference that he was laid off as part of a downsizing at the firm. Kelly described the gunman as a "disgruntled former employee" who came back to confront his former manager. "He shot and killed the former co-worker, striking him three times," Kelly said. After shooting his manager, named by <b>...</b>
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