March 09, 2010

Nathaniel Brown: Murder/Suicide... Mind Controlled?

From my research, it is more than obvious that the U.S. intelligence infrastructure deliberately creates programmed killers. Why? A few reasons are to to create fear to facilitate the promotion of a ‘law-and-order’ agenda and an every-man-for-himself mentality; to dispose of people that Hitler termed the ‘useless eaters’ of society: prostitutes, runaways, junkies, and skid-row alcoholics; to cover-up the existence of Satanic crime in modern day America; to disguise the true motive of some contract killings.

Tragic on every level.


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In this ID photo released by Ohio State University, is shown Nathaniel Brown. Brown, a university custodial employee, reportedly shot two co-workers in a campus maintenance building, killing one of them, and then fatally shot himself, Tuesday, March 9, 2010, in Columbus, Ohio, according to officials. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Ohio State University)

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Ohio State Univ. Worker Shoots 2, Kills Self Inside Campus Building

Tuesday, March 9, 2010 11:42 AM
Updated: Tuesday, March 9, 2010 1:30 PM
10tv.com
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COLUMBUS, Ohio — A disgruntled Ohio State custodial worker shot two employees at work on Tuesday morning -- killing one of them -- before killing himself, police said.

The shooting took place at about 3:30 a.m. at the OSU Maintenance Building, located at 2000 Tuttle Park Place, just east of Ohio Stadium.

According to police, Nathaniel Brown came into work dressed in dark clothes and was carrying a backpack when he entered an office suite and opened fire.

Brown, 51, then turned the gun on himself, police said.

Larry Wallington, 48, building services manager, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Henry Butler, operations shift leader, was hospitalized at The Ohio State University Medical Center. Police said that Butler, 60, was in stable condition.

University administrators said that at least six employees were working inside the building at the time of the shootings. The employees and other coworkers were offered grief counseling, according to the university.

Brown was hired by the university in October, administrators said.

No students were injured. The university decided to hold classes as scheduled.


















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Ohio State University Statement of President
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Tuesday, March 9, 2010

All of us at Ohio State are shocked and deeply saddened by the shooting that occurred on campus early this morning. Today, we have lost a valued member of our University community. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victim’s family, as well as with the recovery of the second victim and others involved in this terrible event.

The safety and well-being of our students, faculty, and staff remain, as ever, our chief concern. We offer our full support to the Ohio State Department of Public Safety, University Police, and other assisting agencies in this ongoing investigation.

Sincerely,

E. Gordon Gee

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Suspected Shooter Was Happy To Be Working, Neighbor Says

Tuesday, March 9, 2010 12:54 PM
Updated: Tuesday, March 9, 2010 1:29 PM
10tv.com
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COLUMBUS, Ohio — SWAT officers on Tuesday were at the north side home of the man who was suspected of shooting two co-workers inside an Ohio State campus building before he committed suicide.

The officers were likely at Nathaniel Brown's Grasmere Avenue home to search for evidence that could help explain a motive behind the killings, 10TV's Maureen Kocot reported.

Investigators were working to determine if Brown wrote a note before he left home and went to the OSU Maintenance Building, where he worked since October.

Neighbors said that Brown, 51, was thrilled when he was hired at Ohio State because he had been laid off his previous job for "a long time."

"(Brown) was happy to be back to work," said a neighbor, who was not immediately identified. "I don't know what went on. He snapped for some reason."

University administrators said Tuesday that Brown, a probational employee, had a poor performance evaluation. Police did not say when he received the review.

According to police, Brown entered the building in dark clothing and was carrying two handguns when he shot two employees before he turned a gun on himself.

No students were injured and the university held classes as scheduled.

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Ohio State janitor's gunfire kills co-worker, self

By MATT LEINGANG (AP) – 41 minutes ago (12:04 pm Pacific)
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COLUMBUS, Ohio — An Ohio State University janitor who received a bad job evaluation shot two supervisors in a campus maintenance building, killing one of them, then fatally shot himself, officials said Tuesday.

Nathaniel Brown, 51, who was hired in October and was still on probation, arrived for work at the nation's largest university dressed in dark clothing, a hooded sweat shirt and a backpack, then opened fire in an office suite using two handguns, campus Police Chief Paul Denton said.

About a half-dozen other employees were in the building when the shooting began, he said. He described the shooting as work-related and said Brown recently received a poor performance evaluation, though he declined to say whether that was the motive.

No students were hurt, and classes went on as scheduled.

The shooting was first reported at 3:30 a.m. Tuesday. Police tactical units surrounded the building and found Brown with a self-inflicted gunshot wound in a garage bay, Denton said. He was pronounced dead at a campus hospital several hours later.

Brown had been scheduled to work his normal third shift, Denton said.

One of the victims, building services manager Larry Wallington, 48, died at the scene. The other, operations shift leader Henry Butler, 60, was in stable condition at Ohio State University Medical Center, officials said.

Denton declined to say whether other employees were targeted. Police also didn't describe the contents of Brown's backpack.

The other employees in the building at the time have been offered grief counseling, Denton said.

"This is a tragic event, and our hearts go out to all of the families," said Vernon Baisden, assistant vice president for public safety.

Police released two 911 calls. In one, a caller tells the dispatcher that he pulled into the garage and heard gunshots. He identifies Brown as the shooter and says Brown was in the process of being fired.

Ohio State spokeswoman Shelly Hoffman declined to comment on Brown's employment status, saying the issue remained under investigation.

It wasn't immediately clear whether the university had conducted a background check on Brown, who was released from prison in 1984 after serving about five years on a charge of receiving stolen property.

Ohio State's policy on background checks depends on the type of job position, Baisden said.

Both shooting victims had worked for the university for about 10 years. Family members reached Tuesday declined to comment.

Graduate student Kiernan Gordon, 31, said he found out about the shootings from his wife, who called him on his cell phone while he was driving to campus. He said he didn't have any concerns about his own safety.

"Ohio State is really a city unto itself, and like any city it has problems unto itself," Gordon said.

More than 55,000 students attend the university's main campus in Columbus. The maintenance building is next to a power plant and across the street from Ohio Stadium, home to the university's football team.

(This version DELETES an incorrect reference to handguns being inside Brown's backpack.)

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Ohio State shooting - Nathaniel Brown is the new Amy Bishop

SFGate.com
March 9, 2010
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In an incident that's very much like that surrounding University of Alabama - Huntsville Professor Amy Bishop, Nathaniel Brown is the focus of Tuesday morning's Ohio State shooting. According to the Associated Press and The Wall Street Journal, two people who were co-workers were killed by Nate Brown.

Nathaniel Brown is reportedly a custodial worker who, according to Ohio State University Police Chief Paul Denton, was allegedly upset over a poor job performance evaluation. The 51-year old Brown died at Ohio State University Medical Center after self-inflicted gun shot wounds.

Brown killed Ohio State building-services manager Larry Wallington; operations manager Henry Butler is in stable condition as of this writing.

This is the second university related, job-related shooting in as many months. Amy Bishop opened fire in a meeting at the University of Alabama - Huntsville and killed co-workers Gopi K. Podila, Maria Ragland Davis and Adriel Johnson. Reportedly, Amy Bishop was concerned she would lose her battle for tenure, which was the case.

Also in February, Joe Stack snapped and burned his own home down with his wife and daughter in it (they were rescued) and crashed a plane into the IRS Building in Austin, Texas. The reason was job-related stress in that Stack, while self employed, was not making ends meet to his comfort and railed against the Federal Tax system.

Stay tuned.

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Ohio State gunman recently learned he was being fired

By Matt Leingang
Associated Press
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POSTED: 03:47 p.m. EST, Mar 09, 2010

COLUMBUS: Records show that an Ohio State University janitor who fatally shot a supervisor and injured another was told last week he was being fired.

Documents released by the university from Nathaniel Brown's personnel file show that supervisors complained he was tardy, slept on the job and had problems following instructions.

Brown had been hired in October and was still on probation. The university sent him a letter March 2 informing him that his employment was to end Saturday.

Police say the 51-year-old Brown entered a campus maintenance building early Tuesday and shot two supervisors in an office suite.

Brown was found with a self-inflicted gunshot wound in a garage bay and died later at a hospital.

Documents released by the university from Nathaniel Brown's personnel file show that supervisors complained he was tardy, slept on the job and had problems following instructions.

Brown had been hired in October and was still on probation. The university sent him a letter March 2 informing him that his employment was to end Saturday.

Police say the 51-year-old Brown entered a campus maintenance building early Tuesday and shot two supervisors in an office suite.

Brown was found with a self-inflicted gunshot wound in a garage bay and died later at a hospital.

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2 Comments:

Blogger uncaring _chimp said...

Yikes.

3/10/10, 2:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nate was a good person pushed to the limit some woman named donna

5/11/13, 9:56 PM  

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