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Milwaukee, Wisconsin. On Wednesday, Milwaukee police, the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Department, Milwaukee Fire Department, Marquette University Police and multiple other law enforcement agencies including the ATF and FBI responded to an active shooter around 2:08 p.m. at the Molson Coors Company formerly known as MillerCoors at the 4100 block of W. State St. in Milwaukee.

During an afternoon press conference Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales confirmed that six employees at the company were fatally shot and the 51-year-old suspected shooter who was found with an apparent self-inflicted wound.

The deceased shooter was identified on Facebook as Anthony Ferill who worked at MillerCoors/Molson Coors for more than 20 years and is an African-American who was terminated from Molson Beverage Company earlier in the day, according to sources. Police haven’t identified the shooter.

Multiple Facebook posts indicated that racism by employees at Molson Coors might have triggered the multiple fatalities and a post also identified the shooter.

According to a Facebook post: “The shooter at Millers Coors is reported to suffer racial discrimination and harassment from white co-workers. He recently filed a civil lawsuit against Miller Coors’s racist work environment.

The racist white co-workers had hung a hangman noose on his locker. He was rehired after the lawsuit five years ago. The white racist male harassment continue when he returned to work at Miller Coors.”

“The racist white co-workers this time humiliated the 51-year-old African American male by pasting spade cards on his work locker and making his workday unbearable with white male racist antics.

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“The Brother evidently was forced over the edge of sanity to make a violent and act to end Miller Coors workforce racist harassment.

Perhaps with this most recent reported incident of workforce white male racism against African American Miller Coors in the City of Milwaukee will make fair and equal employment for all a matter of private and public policy.

Miller Coors has a long history of tolerating its white brewery worker racist behavior and acts against Black brewery workers.”

Muhammad also posted on Facebook, “One of my sons was wrongfully fired due to white racists coworkers and supervisors racial targetting him. The other two quit because of the hyper-white racism practiced at Miller Coors.

Our young people do not have faith and rightfully so that filing employment discrimination complaints with the DOL, EEOC or State ERD will change the white racist outcomes in the American workforce! And it has not changed this nation practice of employment racism impact on Black Americans the past 55 years.”

Police have not released any information or confirmed during their preliminary homicide investigation, if racism targeted at the shooter by unidentified employees at Molson Coors was the motive that led to the firing of the shooter on Wednesday for allegedly reporting a racist act against him to management that later led to the shooting spree.

At a press conference, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett stated, that the multiple shooting was a cowardly act and hopes it never repeats again. The deceased victims have not been identified.

According to APNews, a lawsuit was filed in 1994, “Three former employees of Miller Brewing Co.’s plant in Fulton, N.Y., allege in a lawsuit that employees were subjected to racist name-calling and harassment.

The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in New York, seeks class-action status, which would give attorneys the right to represent as many as 500 black people who have worked at the plant.” Three previous legal actions were taken by Black employees before the lawsuit was filed in 1994.
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Really trying to use his race as an excuse for what he did? What the fuck is wrong with people?

I'm not saying it's not true, but people have horrible issues with pulling that good old race card when shit doesn't go their way.

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Whether or not his frustration was fuelled by racism, that wasn't the reason people got killed.

I'll say it again, it's the prevalence of guns. People get fired and made redundant in the UK, but I have NEVER heard a case of someone shooting the place up as a reaction. Why? Because we don't carry guns.

The guy was frustrated and had a gun. If America didn't have such a gun problem, he'd still have been frustrated, just not with a gun.

It's fucking basic.

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Yeah I can already tell there’s something wrong with this guy. He’s wearing a Boston Red Sox cap

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Whether or not his frustration was fuelled by racism, that wasn't the reason people got killed.

I'll say it again, it's the prevalence of guns. People get fired and made redundant in the UK, but I have NEVER heard a case of someone shooting the place up as a reaction. Why? Because we don't carry guns.

The guy was frustrated and had a gun. If America didn't have such a gun problem, he'd still have been frustrated, just not with a gun.

It's fucking basic.
Timothy McVeigh would disagree....

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Timothy McVeigh would disagree....
I don’t mean to spam but who gives a shit?

Sounds like a weak appeal to authority, to me

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Whether or not his frustration was fuelled by racism, that wasn't the reason people got killed.

I'll say it again, it's the prevalence of guns. People get fired and made redundant in the UK, but I have NEVER heard a case of someone shooting the place up as a reaction. Why? Because we don't carry guns.

The guy was frustrated and had a gun. If America didn't have such a gun problem, he'd still have been frustrated, just not with a gun.

It's fucking basic.
The only problem America has with guns are 1: there are too many guns in the hands of people who are illegally possessing them because they have had their gun rights stripped due to criminal behavior.

And due to political correctness, and these sheep yelling wolf constantly about racism and profiling. Police have a hard time doing their jobs of getting these guns away from the criminals.

Example being New York Cities stop and frisk policy. Most people know that New York City was riddled with crime in the 70's, 80's and into the 90's. It was dangerous to be in some neighborhoods, it was dangerous to be in many more neighborhoods after dark. From pick pockets, to beggars, to windshield wiper guys, to robbers and murders and drug dealers. It was everywhere, and in your face.

Many neighborhoods seemed hopeless. Then they started the stop and frisk, and upped the police presence in high crime areas.

And crime was reduced significantly. And eventually these high crime areas started getting fixed up and became good safe neighborhoods.

But after a while this became labeled a racist policy. Nearly to the point where it was acceptable to stop white people, but stopping black folks could get a lawsuit.

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But, those kind of policies have a positive effect on gun crimes. And should be replicated in all high crime areas.

And the second problem America has with guns is anti gun people. These "why do you need a gun" types are a huge problem with gun crime.

Its because if them there's all these gun free zones that are usually always the target of a mass shooter.

I'm not suggesting everyone brings a gun to work or school. But I am suggesting guns should be at workplaces and schools.

Kinda like those places have plans for earthquakes, fires, or other emergency situations. They should have plans for a gunman situation. And have certain people who volunteer to be in charge of stopping violence.

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But, those kind of policies have a positive effect on gun crimes. And should be replicated in all high crime areas.

And the second problem America has with guns is anti gun people. These "why do you need a gun" types are a huge problem with gun crime.

Its because if them there's all these gun free zones that are usually always the target of a mass shooter.

I'm not suggesting everyone brings a gun to work or school. But I am suggesting guns should be at workplaces and schools.

Kinda like those places have plans for earthquakes, fires, or other emergency situations. They should have plans for a gunman situation. And have certain people who volunteer to be in charge of stopping violence.
But can't you see that the Chicken/Egg scenario here is the problem? The mass shooters are only a problem because they have a gun! It doesn't matter whether they're held legally or illegally, sooner or later someone who never had the intent to over-react will lose his/her shit. I get that Americans want to carry guns to protect themselves, but it's treating the symptom, not the cause. As a country, you're too deep in the shit to get out, but quit crying when someone uses a gun to fuck someones day up.

Why has England never developed a gun problem? Riddle me that? I cannot go into my local supermarket (grocery store), whether or not I have the correct licence/papers and buy a gun. In fact, if I even wanted one, I have no idea where to go. That means that there are FAR FAR fewer guns, although some slip in illegally for sure, they aren't easy at all to lay hands on. Agreeably those that do lay their hands on a gun, probably would have killed one way or another, but that's not the guy responsible for this Molson case. Without a gun, he'd have probably smashed the place up, got restrained and that'd have been that.

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But can't you see that the Chicken/Egg scenario here is the problem? The mass shooters are only a problem because they have a gun! It doesn't matter whether they're held legally or illegally, sooner or later someone who never had the intent to over-react will lose his/her shit. I get that Americans want to carry guns to protect themselves, but it's treating the symptom, not the cause. As a country, you're too deep in the shit to get out, but quit crying when someone uses a gun to fuck someones day up.

Why has England never developed a gun problem? Riddle me that? I cannot go into my local supermarket (grocery store), whether or not I have the correct licence/papers and buy a gun. In fact, if I even wanted one, I have no idea where to go. That means that there are FAR FAR fewer guns, although some slip in illegally for sure, they aren't easy at all to lay hands on. Agreeably those that do lay their hands on a gun, probably would have killed one way or another, but that's not the guy responsible for this Molson case. Without a gun, he'd have probably smashed the place up, got restrained and that'd have been that.
Get one thing straight. Pro 2nd amendment Americans are not the ones crying when someone commits murder.

And guns are not the problem. Guns are a part of American identity. Americans have had the right to own firearms before the nation was officially a nation. Our forefathers fought for that right. And it's pointless to debate about having guns or not having guns.

Because we will be having guns. Great Britain is free to do whatever they like, America is not Great Britain.


The media like to paint this picture of gun crimes being normal in American life. But that's not really the case. Most Americans have never been a victim of a gun crime. Most Americans have never witnessed anyone being shot.

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