Disgruntled Fox News Employee Kills Himself Produces Epic Video
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|Phillip Perea, a former employee of a Fox station in Texas shot and killed himself outside the front doors of the News Corporation building shortly before 9 a.m. Monday. In the wake of the suicide, he left a huge series of well-produced video sequences outlining his grievances with Fox News. In the epic series, one has to wonder WTF?|
The building houses 21st Century Fox and News Corporation, which owns The Wall Street Journal.
The man, Phillip Perea, 41 years old, of Irving, Texas, shot himself once in the chest outside of 1211 Avenue of the Americas, the official said. Mr. Perea had previously worked for a Fox station in Austin, Texas, police said.
Mr. Perea had also been handing out fliers, which criticized his employer for having “ended my career,” moments before he shot himself, the official said.
A suicide note and a gun were recovered at the scene, the official said. Mr. Perea took to his Twitter page about an hour before the shooting, further criticizing his former employer and linking to a more than 8-minute YouTube video laying out his complaints.
He was rushed to Bellevue Hospital Center, where he was pronounced dead about an hour later, police said. A phalanx of New York Police Department detectives were at the scene investigating Monday and access to the building was restricted.
Posted by Chudleigh Charleston on 2015-01-27 11:08:48
|In 1070, because of similar situations to this, I|
walked away from a six figure income, negotiated a
leave with pay, and left my attorneys to continue on with the case. I've continued to receive my contracted salary, pay my attorneys, all the while
starting and operating my own company. The (phone)
company is staffed by such stupid individuals, they
are now too far in, covering up the mess they created, that they now realize that paying me for
44 years for nothing would expose them to instant termination. My revenge wasn't planned to end this
way, but it just did. The original cast of characters has long passed, as have those who originally mishandled the case. It would make an
entertaining movie script, but few would believe