Louisville Bank Shooter Carried Familiar Unstable Profile

Posted originally on the CTH on April 10, 2023 | Sundance 

A 25-year-old bank employee named Connor Sturgeon opened fire at his workplace in downtown Louisville, Kentucky, on Monday while livestreaming the attack that left five members of the bank leadership dead and nine others injured. {Direct Rumble Link} The shooting took place at Old National Bank, Sturgeon was killed by police after a shootout, according to interim Louisville Metro Police Chief Jacquelyn Gwinn-Villaroel.

Soon after the murders the shooters profile on social media began surfacing. Connor Sturgeon profiled as an unstable wokester identifying with he/him pronouns. Sturgeon learned he was about to be fired from the bank, according to CNN, who said he also left a note for his parents and a friend explaining his intention to go and shoot up the bank.

Killer Identified in Louisville Bank Shooting

Police are trying to determine what triggered his attack. Obviously, the shooter was unstable, and reports of his psychological condition identify him as prone to depression. CNN REPORTS:

[…] In a 2018 college essay posted to the website CourseHero, a user identified as a University of Alabama student named Connor Sturgeon wrote that he had had trouble fitting in at school.

“My self-esteem has long been a problem for me,” the essay read. “As a late bloomer in middle and high school, I struggled to a certain extent to fit in, and this has given me a somewhat negative self-image that persists today. Making friends has never been especially easy, so I have more experience than most in operating alone.”

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