Disgruntled Worker Kills 2 At Bristol Book Warehouse

gunfiring.gifMSNBC: Diamond told authorities he drove around for an hour before arriving at the warehouse and shooting Angel Guadalupe, whom he did not know, as the temporary worker was leaving the site, Henry said. Guadalupe, 46, fell out of his vehicle and collapsed on the ground, at which point Diamond stood over him and kept firing, he told police. He then spotted forklift operator Reginald Woodson, 52, running toward the building and started firing, Henry said. Woodson, a 20-year employee and father of four, was shot in the back, she said. Diamond told authorities he had been harassed by co-workers and was upset after getting a severe reprimand in March for calling a black co-worker “boy,” Henry said at a news conference. MORE

INQUIRER: Robert Diamond, 32, who lives down Radcliffe Street from the Simon & Schuster warehouse, was todiamond290.jpg be charged last night with two counts of first-degree murder, Bucks County District Attorney Michelle Henry said. The victims were identified as forklift operator Reginald Woodson, 52, and temporary employee Angel Guadalupe, 46. Diamond, who was wearing a T-shirt that read “Stupidity Is Not a Crime,” surrendered at the scene without a fight. He told authorities that he had been harassed by fellow employees and was especially upset by how severely he was reprimanded in March after calling an African American coworker “boy,” Henry said at a news conference. Also, Henry said, Diamond told police that “his rent was due and he didn’t want to ask his parents for money, so he had no options.” MORE

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