Brian Riley, Former Marine wearing body armor in Lakeland shoots four dead.
We are sad to report that Former Marine wearing body armor in Lakeland shoots four dead including a baby, according to the following statements posted on social media on September 6. 2021.
NBC2 News 22h · BREAKING UPDATE — The shooter has been identified as 33-year-old former Marine, Brian Riley. Deputies found four people shot by Riley: a 40-year-old man, a 3-month-old baby, the baby’s 33-year-old mother, and the baby’s 62-year-old grandmother. The family’s dog, Diogi, was also killed.
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Andrea Rothwell Jones wrote
Execute him. Why are they even wasting money saving him. Prayers for the children who survive and prayers for those who did not. So sad.Kirsten Lee Collins wrote
Surprised he got taken into custody alive after killing 4 people a baby & reaching for a cops gun but I know why……
Judi Burkey wrote So, we shouldn’t have left Afghanistan? This is how so many came back. I am glad we are out of there. Don’t want to see this happen to any more of our soldiers or the others who suffer these consequences.
Victoria Kaiser wrote
Killing innocent people. So sad. I know there are limitations to our system. Once you’re out of service, there is a lack of care for veterans. Lack of assistance transitioning to the real world. I agree with an increase need of mental health care.
Sandy Higbee Moldt wrote
So heartbreaking so much evil rearing its head in our Country sad none knew he needed help
William Scott Wertz wrote
This is a true wake up call. All our veterans deserve the best mental health care to deal with the terrible things they have been through. Niki Jordan Spalding wrote Some Military come back “ok” and some need serious help. There is not enough done for these men and women. Things they’ve had to do or have seen, it’s sad.
William Ladd wrote
But isn’t that what military personel are trained to do? And after they are no longer needed and relieved of duty, they are just thrown out to survive as best as they can in a different style of life and living?
Oneida Grisham wrote
I love how they’re making excuses for him about him being having PTSD. This man didn’t have PTSD he was a meth head.
But since he’s white and he has “mental issues” all we’re going to talk about is his Marine corps service and how he was honorably discharged and he’ll get off or he’ll get a very much reduced sentence as to oppose if he had been someone of color they wouldn’t have mentioned his mental health and he would have had the book thrown at him just watch calling it now he’s going to get a light sentence maybe time off for good behavior who knows.
Lesley Dickson wrote
Brian don’t feel bad. All we are trying to do is get our lives back to normal as we possibly can and following the guidelines. Hope you feel better soon.