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St. Louis School Shooter Explains Motive In Note Written Before Shooting

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St. Louis School Shooter Says He's Been 'An Isolated Loner' His Entire Life In Note Written Before Killing Two People

St. Louis School Shooter Says He’s Been ‘An Isolated Loner’ His Entire Life In Note Written Before Killing Two People

According to the New York Post, 19-year-old Orlando Harris, who killed a teacher and a 15-year-old pupil at his old St. Louis high school left a note calling his lonely life a “perfect storm for a mass shooter”.

He was armed with enough ammunition to kill hundreds.

Orlando Harris wrote a manifesto in his car before attacking Central Visual and Performing Arts High School with an AR-15-style rifle and at least 500+ rounds of ammo on Monday, killing two and injuring seven others, police said.

According to police, the motive was that Harris, “feels isolated, he feels alone — quite possibly angry and resentful of others who have, it appeared to him, to have healthy relationships. So a desire to lash out.”

“He wrote, ‘I don’t have any friends. I don’t have any family. I’ve never had a girlfriend. I’ve never had a social life. I’ve been an isolated loner my entire life. This was the perfect storm for a mass shooter,’” Commissioner Michael Sack said, reading from the note.

Harris, who is an alum from the school last year, yelled “You are all going to die!” as he opened fire.

Harris killed tenth-grader Alexandria Bell, 15, and 61-year-old P.E. teacher Jean Kuczka, also injured seven students all aged 15 or 16.

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