It appears Terence Tyler was a very troubled individual and showed tell-tale signs of the unfortunate shooting that took place at the New Jersey Pathmark, Friday morning. The former marine posted a very criptic message to his Twitter saying: "is it normal to want to kill ALL of ur coworkers?
The Daily News reports:
Tyler's Twitter account, which has a photograph identified by family members as Tyler, interspersed posts about hating Marine life, expressions of violence, and his take on football, movies, women and other interests.
"smh is it normal to want to kill ALL of ur coworkers?Maybe but I'm actually in a position where I can,smh," he wrote in June 2009, using the handle (at)Tylerbkstyle and the abbreviation "smh" for "shaking my head."
Tyler tweeted months later about killing."I'm starting to see why plp go on killin sprees," he wrote. And these (obscenity) are reeeeeeally pushin my kill everyone I see button."
At the top of Tyler's Facebook page was the motto: "Be optimistic. All the people you hate are going to eventually die."
Tyler left his job at Pathmark, as an overnight clerk around 3:30 a.m. and returned to the store shortly afterward with a handgun and an assault rifle. About a dozen worker were in the store still working when Tyler fired over 16 rounds from his rifle, shooting at an employee standing outside and blowing out windows, authorities said.
He shot at five other workers in an aisle, killing Christina LoBrutto, 18, and Bryan Breen, 24 and then drew his handgun and killed himself.
Our prayers are with the victims of this tragedy.
SOURCE: NY DailyNews