Thursday, August 27, 2015

Gunman who killed 2 former colleagues had long history of erratic workplace behavior


Virginia – The disgruntled former television reporter who murdered two of his former colleagues during a live interview Wednesday morning had a long history of erratic behavior at various workplaces, including acting aggressively toward co-workers and claiming racism was behind uncomplimentary evaluations.

Flanagan, who reported under the name Bryce Williams, was hired by WDBJ, based in Roanoke, Va., in March 2012.

He only lasted 11 months at the station, and The Roanoke Times reported that his outbursts alienated and terrified co-workers.

“He quickly gathered a reputation as someone who was difficult to work with,” station president and general manager Jeff Marks told reporters Wednesday. More

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