Joe Raedle/Getty ImagesA man who injured two people when he opened fire at cars on a Georgia highway idolized the Parkland shooting suspect and saw him as a "hero," the Hall County Sheriff said. Rex Whitmire Harbour, 26, fired at least 17 times and struck seven vehicles on Friday before turning his gun on himself. Authorities said they found "hate-filled" writings by Harbour that called Nikolas Cruz a "hero" who gave him "courage and confidence."
A sniper who killed himself after firing on cars and injuring two people on a Georgia highway idolized the Parkland, Florida school shooting suspect, a sheriff said Saturday.
A sheriff says 26-year-old landscaper Rex Whitmire Harbour of Snellville, fired at least 17 times and hit at least seven vehicles traveling northbound on Georgia 365 outside Atlanta around noon on Friday. Two people were wounded and a third was hurt by broken glass. None of their injuries were life-threatening.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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