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Fiamma Inc. Rampage: Five employees shot and killed by a disgruntled former worker, John Robert Neumann Jr., who then killed himself

Victims
Brenda Montanez-Crespo, 44
Robert Snyder, 69
Kevin Lawson, 47
Jeffrey Roberts, 57
Kevin Clark, 53

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John Robert Neumann Jr.

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One Response

  1. This was no surprise. Even the foreman, Mr. Snyder, said he thought Mr. Newman might seek revenge, and when you add that to the violent attacks against at least 2 of his co-workers, it was obvious that this guy should have had a restraining order issued against him coming anywhere near the company. The FBI says that when you see someone that could be a threat to warn authorities. They did, but the authorities did nothing about it.

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