Pathmark shooter Terence Tyler Tweeted of killing co-workers in 2009, was not an Afghanistan vet
Terence Tyler, who opened fire in a NJ Pathmark where he had been employed for just two weeks, had been in the Marines but never served overseas and doesn’t appear to have taken to military life. It’s being reported that at 23, Tyler was a troubled individual, who suffered from depression, not recovering from the loss of his Mother some years ago.
Unhappy with his life as a Marine stationed in California, Terence Tyler posed a question three years ago on Twitter: “is it normal to want to kill ALL of ur coworkers?”
Struggling with depression, he left the Marines and recently started working at a supermarket in New Jersey.
On Friday morning, Tyler shot two co-workers and himself, police said. The 23-year-old, clad in desert camouflage gear, opened fire at a Pathmark store in Old Bridge Township, authorities said.
An image posted at Global Grind, also features his two slain co-workers, Christina LoBrutto, 18, and Bryan Breen, 24. Tyler killed himself with a pistol after killing them. It’s not believed they were targeted for a specifc reason.
The sleepy end of his late-night supermarket shift marked the grisly start of Terence Tyler’s lethal last stand.
The ex-Marine rifleman left a suburban New Jersey Pathmark and returned 30 minutes later dressed in camouflage before gunning down two helpless co-workers.
Then the coward killed himself.