Friday, November 21, 2014

Meet Myron May - The Florida State University Shooter - Deceased


The gunman was identified by authorities as Myron May, a 2005 graduate of FSU. He graduated from Texas Tech University's law school in 2009, and practiced law in both Texas and New Mexico, according to Tallahassee Police Chief Michael DeLeo. May moved back into the area a few weeks ago.
The school canceled all classes and exams Thursday in the wake of the shooting, offering counseling services to those directly and indirectly affected.
Meanwhile, investigators are surveying the scene and interviewing witnesses -- trying to determine exactly what happened and for what reason. DeLeo, the police chief, hedged when asked whether May had fired at officers, saying investigators still have more witnesses to interview. He said is appears none of the victims were targeted for any specific reason.
"Mr. May had a written journal and videos where he expressed fears of being targeted and that he wanted to bring attention to this issue of targeting," DeLeo told reporters. "A preliminary review of these documents and videos demonstrate that Mr. May was in a state of crisis."


  1. Just like all the others who kill his right to a gun to do just that was not infringed on so it's all otay !!

  2. "Mr. May had a written journal and videos where he expressed fears of being targeted and that he wanted to bring attention to this issue of targeting,"

    Well, that worked out well for him. Of course, the issue of being unfairly targeted sort of gets lost when you do things that make you justifiably targeted by shooting people.

    Here endeth the lesson....

    1. Another dangerously unfit lawful gun owner - but he sure breaks the stereotype at least.

  3. Mr. May was most likely being stalked by groups. If he already had a problem and was taking medication, the stress could have pushed him over the edge.

    Florida, Santa Cruz, and most anywhere in Texas-especially Houston- are hotbeds for organized stalking i.e. gang-stalking. The conspiracy theorists are the perpetrators of most the crimes committed against individuals, their constitutional rights, their civil rights, and their right to their own opinion and own mind.

    Being a lawyer, he would have access to information useful to the group(s) who garner support online and via media sources to rally stalkers to target certain people who may be related, live in a demographic area, and/or able to access goods (information, intimidation for desired outcomes) and services.

    I've heard voices from my walls once.Thankfully, I wasn't alone. A neighbor hears things constantly-mostly in the bathroom when no one else can hear it.

    The stalkers want journals kept for: future analysis of their structure of crime, any names that might point back to the perpetrators, copyrights, and "pseudo studies."
    Multi-stalking is more difficult to prove than typical jilted lover stalking.

    She isn't believable. I don't believe every thing she says, but a lot of it I do. She thought a group of stalkers were laughing at her that lived next door and thought many of the things the videos online show were happening to her. The stress caused her to think these things. Their invasion and total disregard for her property, her right to feel safe in her own home made her more insecure than she already was. They were laughing (not at her) at each other being drunk and strung out on drugs as they vomited outside. She assumed the laughter was aimed at her as she considers herself religious.

    These sociopaths destroy property, relationships, and minds. They are real and they like making people paranoid.

    Get a camera to see how they work.

    1. You sound a little unhinged yourself. Get help.

  4. If you are anti-gun, then you should be anti-stalking. Stalkers force people to own guns and be afraid. Criminals force others to protect their lives and property.

    It is possible someone may have fashioned a weapon like May described. Unprobable, but possible. I've seen them with what appeared to be a spotlight pointed at houses driving by to give the illusion of being microwaved in the home. Diehard conspiracy theorists take what they read to heart. May described being hot. Several reasons this could occur: his medication, hormones, or simple anxiety.

    PIs, bounty hunters, lawyers, and police officers utilize these tactics for the betterment of themselves, relatives, and friends to garner information on which they can capitalize. Florida has a media run law enforcement as shown by the Donna Watts debacle. Enough terror is used to bend someone to their criminal will and force others to tolerate their ineptness and brotherhood of idiot gang-banging days long gone by. Now a cop, they feel authority and power over others with little regard to safety beit physical or mental.

    He had no interest in guns until one day...something pushed the last button.