We Might Need Some Mental Evaluations For Our Co Workers

i always joked that at my last job,
an ex employee was gonna come up in there and start shooting.
the way how they did some of us…
they better be glad we all sane.
you never know which one of your co workers is missing a screw.
sometimes,
several.
well,
everyone say goodbye to andre slocumn jr.
he is the wolf in the above picture.
he was murdered his his co worker tuesday morning in atlanta.
an f-bi sent in the story via wsb-tv

Family members have identified a man killed in a workplace shooting in South Fulton County.

The shooting happened Tuesday morning at Flexible Industrial Solutions on Fulton Industrial Boulevard.

Police said an employee came to work, said, “Good morning” to co-workers in the front of the building, then went back to the warehouse and opened fire.

Family members said Andre Slocum Jr., 25, was killed. They said he was just married a few months ago and was expecting his second child.

“They say he just came into work, said, ‘good morning’ and bypassed everyone and went to the back where my brother was and just shot him, so he was aiming for my brother,” said Ariel Logino, the victim’s sister.

Logino said the gunman shot her brother six times. She said the shooter had been a threat not only to her brother, but also others at the warehouse.

He had been harassing my brother, and everyone on the job was having a problem with this guy for the longest time,” she said.

The gunman was killed in a single car crash after the shooting, Alabama State Police said.

Investigators have not released much information about the shooter.

“I don’t think that is fair. They need to tell us something,” the victim’s grandmother said. 

Family members said Slocum was a loving husband and father. They said he was a semi-pro football player who dreamed of one day becoming an Atlanta Falcon.

“He was just a model grandson, a model grandson. Everyone loves my grandson. Everyone loved that baby,” Dorothy White said. “He tried to help everybody. I don’t know why someone would deliberately take his life.”

that is absolutely horrible.
i’m curious as to what’s the motive in all this?
it was like the jackal had it out for the victim.
6 shots is super personal.
there has to be more to this story.

you don’t truly know your co workers.
everyone likes to be popular at work,
or start fucking a co worker,
but all that can come with the clownery.
it slowly starts to become like high school all over again.
don’t get me wrong,
you can meet some real cool folks at work,
but there still needs to be a vetting process.
co workers can start telling your business once things go south.
if you start fucking one,
and it ends bad,
that can open up a whole can of worms.

i’ve seen it happen time and time again.

we spend over 8+ hours with these folks,
but take it from me,
it’s a special kind of hell when you’re beefin’ with one.
you’ll soon learn everyone picks sides and it’s not always yours.
as the saying goes:

DON’T SHIT WHERE YOU EAT

i finally understand what that means.
rip to andre scolom and condolences to his family.

lowkey: i remember when i was working a temp gig,
i turn the corner,
and it was a damn crime scene.
ex employee killed boss by surprise as he was walking into his job.
blood was everywhere.

it was right in front of the empire state building.

article cc: wsb-tv

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Author: jamari fox

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5 thoughts on “We Might Need Some Mental Evaluations For Our Co Workers

      1. There’s more to this story, there has to be. What would possess the guy to just shoot this one person, and no one else?! Was their beef with one another that bad? Did they have a fight previously, which led to this guy coming back to shoot him?

        Was someone fucking the other’s girlfriend/boyfriend? Way too many questions regarding this situation.

  1. I always say that J! I work in an office full of women, with only two guys, myself and one Director.
    These women stay whispering about stuff, and they’re always putting their business out there.
    I tell them, you don’t need to be involving people in your affairs. That is something that you should be keeping private. Man, I’m telling you I could write a crazy novel with the shyt I’ve heard, seen, and learned over the years.

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