Transgender chick murdered workers.
Blog King, Mass Appeal
BALTIMORE — Snochia Moseley was a dissatisfied transgender temp worker at a Rite Aid Distribution Center near Baltimore, Maryland. Amid reports she wrangled with rival co-workers, Snochia vacated the warehouse Thursday morning, came back with a 9mm glock pistol, then opened fire — extirpating a trio of innocent employees before blowing her own brains out. Three others were also injured. Given the fact she (or he) doesn’t fit the profile of a random shooter, what caused Snochia, a 26-year-old black woman (or man), to go off the deep edge?
Nobody knows, including retired FBI supervisory special agent James Gagliano who was expeditious to remind everybody white men are our nation’s most perennial mass murderers. He certainly has the stats to prove it. Check this out: From the year(s) 2000 to 2013, America has experienced 160 mass shootings.
However, only a sextet of those adroit crimes were effectuated by women.
Percentage-wise, we’re talking a ratio of 94% for men to 6% for dames?
Why the prodigious discrepancy?
Starts with genes.
Snochia Moseley has been identified as the 26-year-old woman accused of killing three co-workers before taking her own life in a shooting at a Rite Aid distribution center in Aberdeen, Maryland: https://t.co/s0v5LCHWVP #breaking pic.twitter.com/266OGsgCo8
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“Men have historically been endowed greater physical strength and traditionally have served as the protectors of their family units,” Gagliano said. “This natural need to confront threats may have inadvertently contributed to the evolution of a more aggressive nature.”
As previously mentioned, Snochia is a black tranny. But, for the purpose of a crime scene exploration, should she be classified as a man or woman? Still, race-wise, gender-wise, the stereotype doesn’t fit.
Was Snochia nuts?
Answer: Yes, the suicidal he-she was diagnosed with a mental malady two years ago.
Her gun, however, was legally registered.
Did something minatory transpire behind closed doors?
Answer: Not sure.
Investigators did, however, probe Snochia’s Facebook profile where they found the retaliatory biblical passage: “An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.” Snochia’s co-workers told police she (or he) was “a nice person” who often showed up at work in a “bad mood.”
Family and friends told reporters Snochia became “increasingly agitated” in recent weeks and that they were “concerned for her well-being.” Speaking of stereotypes, it’s certainly not uncommon for black women to harbor a “bad mood.”
But we can’t recall too many instances where they let their gat explode on the job.
The math simply doesn’t add up.
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