The fact that this hasn’t happened to the rainbow flag, even though Flanagan also wanted a “race war” just like Roof, reveals that the Confederate flag wasn’t banned because it’s “racist” but because there’s an agenda to purge anything that’s not “politically correct.”
The disgruntled former news reporter who shot dead two of his ex-coworkers during a live TV segment this morning has died after committing suicide.
Viewers of WDBJ, a small CBS affiliate in Moneta, Virginia, watched in horror this morning as Vester Lee Flanagan II shot dead 24-year-old reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward, 27, on live TV as the two were filming a light-hearted segment at 6:45am.
After carrying out the shocking on-air execution, Ward rented a car at the airport and then started driving east.
Police finally cornered Flanagan just before noon, about three hours northeast, in Fauquier County, Virginia, but he refused to stop and sped away from troopers.
Flanagan then crashed the car off the road and when police surrounded the vehicle, they found him suffering from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He later passed away at a hospital in Northern Virginia.
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Just hours after Alison Parker, 24, and Adam Ward, 27, were shot and killed in Virginia, theiralleged killer has died. Vester Flanagan, who also goes by Bryce Williams and was the police’s suspect in the murders, shot himself and was pronounced dead in the hospital at 1:26 p.m.
Alison Parker, 24, was tragically shot and killed while conducting a live interview for WDBJ7 in Virginia on Aug. 26, and her family has released an emotional first statement about the news. Read their message right here.
The country is in mourning over the tragic deaths of WDBJ7 employees Alison Parker, 24, andAdam Ward, 27, who were shot and killed during a live broadcast in Virginia on Aug. 26. The alleged primary suspect, Vester Flanagan, had previously worked at the news station using the on-air name Bryce Williams, before he was reportedly fired for undisclosed reasons. This unthinkable crime is heartbreaking and celebrities including Hillary Clinton, 67, Ricky Gervais,54, and Sophia Bush, 33, all took to social media to share their pain, frustration and support.