A man walked into his former workplace on Monday and opened fire on employees, killing five people before turning the gun on himself.
Initial reports out of Orlando, Florida, prompted fears of terrorism. Less than two days before, terrorists had carried out a car and knife attack in London that left seven people dead, stirring President Donald Trump into a bout of fevered tweeting. Next week, Orlando will mark the one-year anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting, the deadliest terrorist attack on U.S. soil since Sept. 11, 2001.
But as details began to emerge from Monday’s crime scene ― a warehouse owned by Fiamma Incorporated, an RV accessory company ― it became clear that the bloodshed fit into a far more ordinary but far deadlier pattern of U.S. gun Continue reading "5 People Were Just Shot To Death In Florida. But Don’t Worry, It Wasn’t Terrorism."