Weapons Man examines the Washington Navy Yard shooting of September 2013:
A man who was mentally ill and an intermittent user of the preescription serotonin inhibitor Trazodone went on a shooting rampage in Building 157 197 of the Navy Yard. He shot 12 civilian Navy employees dead with a shotgun, critically wounded two more, and wounded a police officer. (Seven to ten other injuries were from causes other than the assailant’s gunfire, like leaping out windows to get away from him). He was ultimately killed by the police after several gunfights, but he killed no one more once the police engaged him.
- A violent shooter can cause considerable trouble before police can arrive and stop him. Hey, didn’t we learn that already? Apparently not.
- The incident ended, as usual, abruptly. This occurred when force was applied against the shooter.
- Even soldiers, if unarmed, have trouble dealing with a violent and armed terrorist.
- If you’re wounded, the Army will have your back unless it threatens diversity mythmaking. In that case, KMAGYOYO.
- When we sacrificed privacy to get security through FBI/NSA domestic spying, the privacy went but the security never came.
Gun FreeVictim Disarmament Zone body count: 12. Wound count: 3.