Sunday, August 30, 2015



The inoffensive everyday phrases used by reporter Alison Parker that earned her a death sentence because black reporter deemed them 'racist'

Innocuous phrases Alison Parker used every day to describe her job may have led to her death, simply because Vester Lee Flanagan thought they were racist.

The 24-year-old TV reporter who was shot and killed by the disgruntled ex-employee on Wednesday somehow angered him by using terms like 'swinging' by an address or going out into the 'field' while she was an intern at WDBJ.

It sheds further light on the murderer's erratic behavior, details of which have emerged since he callously gunned down Parker and cameraman Adam Ward live on breakfast TV.

Flanagan, 41, clashed repeatedly with photojournalists, belittling them in public and intimidating them with his aggressive and violent temper, before he was fired in 2013.

Alison Parker somehow angered Vester Lee Flanagan by using terms like 'swinging' by an address or going out into the 'field' while she was an intern at WDBJ. The gunman believed they were racist and led to him filing a complaint against her in 2012

But now colleagues have revealed his assumptions were 'crazy' and even described one occasion where he believed someone bringing a watermelon in for fellow staff was a racist joke directed at him.

Ryan Fuqua, a video editor at WDBJ, told The Post: 'That's how that guy's mind worked. Just crazy, left-field assumptions like that.'  'He was unstable. One time, after one of our live shots failed, he threw all his stuff down and ran into the woods for like 20 minutes.'

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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Liberals have managed to put in place laws and rules of privacy that prevent the catching of mentally disturbed people. He was apparently homosexual and had something wrong with his mind, but that is not supposed to be mentioned.

Anonymous said...

Its the microaggression BS. Where anything and everything is a sign of subconscious racism.

Anonymous said...

12:46, So how often is the fact that a murderous gunman is "heterosexual" brought up as an implied cause for unstable behavior as you are doing re homosexuals? More truthful would be to say that bigotry against homosexuals might possibly have contributed to the gunman's evident paranoia and suppressed anger, among several other factors. But of course you just wanted to highlight the "apparently homosexual" angle !!

Anonymous said...

Yep, implying that homosexuals are more likely to be more murderously unstable than heterosexuals, even though statistics show it is overwhelmingly the reverse!

Anonymous said...

12:46 Homosexuals are a very small percentage of the total population so there are not as many to commit crimes, but they all have something wrong with their brains.

Anonymous said...

12:20 - well you ought to know all about brains that go wrong!

Use the Name, Luke said...

Statistics? What statistics? I was not able to find anything at all about the sexual orientation of murderers. There were statistics about the victims, but that doesn't tell us anything useful about whether or not there is a relationship between the murder's orientation and the act of murder.

Bird of Paradise said...

Liberals only think that Free Speech is for them only STUPID LIBERALS

Anonymous said...

Luke may or may not have done any in depth research on the availability of such statistics, but it is obvious that the media relish pointing out if a criminal (or indeed anyone in the media spotlight) is also known to be homosexual, but never if they are heterosexual, tho' one supposes they're presumed to be by default.