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Vester Lee Flanagan II described as a disgruntled
former colleague gunned down a reporter and
cameraman on live television yesterday morning
in Virginia, then posted video of the deadly attack
to social media before killing himself, authorities
Flanagan, described by the station that fired him
killed on live TV
...suspect dead of self-inflicted gunshot wound
from the initial
a gunman in
Parker and Ward
and injured Vicki
as "an unhappy man," turned the gun on himself
hours later, according to federal officials. He died
at a hospital, the sheriff said.
The gruesome events began to unfold as WDBJ7
correspondent Alison Parker conducted an on-air
interview at around 6.45 am at a shopping centre
in Moneta, Virginia.
In chilling footage that has been posted online,
several shots rang out and screams are heard. The
camera drops to the floor and the screams contin-
ue---before the broadcast cuts away to a confused
and concerned-looking anchor.
The station confirmed that Parker---who just
turned 24---and photographer Adam Ward, 27, were
A third victim in the shooting was Vicki Gardner,
the head of the local chamber of commerce. She
was transported to Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hos-
pital and underwent emergency surgery. She is cur-
rently recovering and is in stable condition, the hos-
Gov Terry McAuliffe told radio station WTOP
that the suspect was "distraught." Twitter and Face-
book accounts believed to belong to the suspect,
under the name Bryce Williams, posted video of the
shootings hours later, during the manhunt. Those
accounts were quickly taken down.
Shortly before 11.30 am, Virginia State Police spot-
ted the suspect's car headed eastbound on Interstate
66. Minutes later, the suspect's car ran off the road
State troopers approached the vehicle and found
the driver to be suffering from a gunshot wound.
He was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment
of life-threatening injuries.
The suspect was described as "an unhappy man....
He had a reputation of being difficult to work with.
"Eventually, after many incidents of his anger
coming forward, we dismissed him. Police escorted
him from the building."
NASHVILLE---A Tennessee judge on Wednesday
upheld the state's lethal injection process for exe-
Davidson County Chancery Judge Claudia Bon-
nyman said from the bench that the plaintiffs, 33
death row inmates, didn't prove that the one-drug
method led to a painful and lingering death. She
also said the plaintiffs didn't show during a lengthy
trial that there have been problems in states where
the method has been used.
"Plaintiffs were not able to carry their burdens
... on any of their clams," Bonnyman said.
Plaintiffs' attorney Kelley Henry said they plan
Tennessee's protocol calls for the use of pento-
barbital mixed to order by a pharmacist, because
the only commercial producer of the drug has
placed restrictions on its distribution to prevent it
from being used in executions.
Tennessee has not executed an inmate for more
than five years because of legal challenges and
problems in obtaining lethal injection drugs.
Lawmakers moved from a three-drug lethal injec-
tion method to a one-drug method and to reinstate
the electric chair as a backup. Both changes brought
challenges, and all previously scheduled executions
have been put on hold.
Although Tennessee has yet to carry out an exe-
cution using compounded pentobarbital, state attor-
ney Scott Sutherland has said that Texas, Ohio and
Georgia have had more than 30 successful and
painless executions with that drug. (AP)
Judge upholds Tennessee
lethal injection method
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