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Un ultradretà assassina dues dones a trets a Florida (EUA)

L’assassí publicava missatges masclistes i racistes a les seues xarxes socials. És el tercer atac mortal amb armes de foc als EUA en una setmana per part de fanàtics d’extrema dreta.

Sospechoso de tiroteo en Florida tenía historial de manosear mujeres

Siguen investigando el motivo por el que disparó en un estudio de yoga de Florida.

Las autoridades investigaban el sábado el motivo de un ataque a disparos en un estudio de yoga en Florida, donde un hombre mató a dos personas e hirió a otras cinco antes de suicidarse.

Las dos víctimas eran una estudiante y una docente de la Universidad Estatal de Florida (FSU, por siglas en inglés), dijeron autoridades de ese centro de estudios. Adicionalmente, se supo que el atacante tuvo arrestos previos por manosear a mujeres.

La mañana del sábado, la Policía de Tallahassee identificó al agresor como Scott Paul Beierle, de 40 años.

Según informó el jefe de la Policía, Michael DeLeo, baleó en total a seis personas y golpeó con el arma a otra después de ingresar el viernes al lugar, que forma parte de un pequeño centro comercial de Tallahassee. Luego el hombre se quitó la vida, ocurrido sobre las 5:30 pm hora local (21.30 GMT).

Al momento del hecho, once personas estaban anotadas como asistentes a la clase que se dictaba en ese momento.

La policía identificó a las dos asesinadas como la doctora Nancy Van Vessem, de 61 años y la estudiante Maura Binkley, de 21.

Van Vessem era una internista que se desempeñó como directora médica de la compañía Capital Health Plan, reportó el periódico Tallahassee Democrat. Citando al presidente de la Universidad Estatal de Florida, John Thrasher, el diario informó que Van Vessem y Binkley tenían vínculos con la universidad.

“Perder a uno de nuestros estudiantes y a uno de nuestros profesores de esta manera trágica y violenta es devastador para la familia de la Universidad Estatal de Florida. Sentimos profundamente esta pérdida y enviamos nuestras más profundas condolencias a los seres queridos de Maura y Nancy mientras oramos por la recuperación de los heridos”, dijo Thrasher en una declaración.

Dos de las víctimas se encuentran actualmente en condición estable en el hospital. Tres víctimas fueron atendidas y han sido dadas de alta.

El jefe de la Policía de Tallahassee dijo que el agresor actuó solo y que las autoridades están investigando posibles motivos. Se negó a decir qué tipo de arma usó.

“Es importante que la gente entienda que no hay una amenaza inmediata fuera de lo que ya ha ocurrido”, dijo DeLeo.

Poco antes, Alison Faris, una portavoz del municipio, dio a conocer que el responsable de los disparos estaba muerto como resultado de “una herida de bala autoinfligida”, según recogió el diario local Tallahassee Democrat.

La policía acusó a Beierle de agresión en 2016 después de que abofeteó y tocó el trasero de una mujer en una piscina de un complejo de apartamentos. Los registros muestran que los cargos fueron desestimados al final, después de que Beierle cumpliera las condiciones de un acuerdo de enjuiciamiento diferido.

Beierle también fue acusado de agresión en 2012 por manosear el trasero de varias mujeres en el comedor de un campus de la Universidad Estatal de Florida (FSU). Un informe de la policía de la FSU indicó que Beierle le dijo a la policía que pudo haber chocado accidentalmente con alguien, pero negó haber tocado intencionalmente a alguien.

A raíz del ataque, el alcalde de la ciudad, el demócrata Andrew Gillum, quien se halla en carrera electoral por la Gobernación de Florida, suspendió su campaña y felicitó la “rápida respuesta” de las fuerzas de seguridad locales.

“Ningún acto de violencia armada es aceptable”, escribió Gillum en su cuenta de Twitter, en la que informó que retornaba a la capital de Florida.

El alcalde fue parte este viernes de un mitin electoral que ofreció en Miami el expresidente de EEUU Barack Obama de cara a las elecciones de medio término, que se celebrarán el próximo martes.

El suceso ocurre después de que el pasado sábado, Robert Bowers, de 46 años, presuntamente acabó con la vida de once personas al ingresar a un templo judío armado con un rifle semiautomático AR-15 y tres pistolas Glock 57 y abriera fuego de manera indiscriminada sobre los fieles.

Tallahassee Yoga Shooter Was A Far-Right Misogynist Who Railed Against Women And Minorities Online

Scott Beierle shot two women at a Florida yoga studio on Friday night. He posted a series of videos and songs online and appeared to identify as an “involuntarily celibate.” This is the second deadly attack by an “involuntarily celibate” in 2018.

The man who shot dead two women at a yoga studio in Tallahassee, Florida, on Friday before killing himself was a far-right extremist and self-proclaimed misogynist who railed against women, black people, and immigrants in a series of online videos and songs.

Scott Beierle, 40, was named by Tallahassee Police as the gunman who opened fire inside the Hot Yoga Tallahassee studio, killing two and injuring four other women and a man.

Those killed were named as Dr. Nancy Van Vessem, 61, who worked at Florida State University’s College of Medicine, and FSU student Maura Binkley, 21.

On a YouTube channel in 2014, Beierle filmed several videos of himself offering extremely racist and misogynistic opinions in which he called women “sluts” and “whores,” and lamented “the collective treachery” of girls he went to high school with.

“There are whores in — not only every city, not only every town, but every village,” he said, referring to women in interracial relationships, who he said had betrayed “their blood.”

Officer Damon Miller of the Tallahassee Police Department said he could not tell BuzzFeed News whether women were specifically targeted in the attack or whether these online posts were the subject of detectives’ inquiries.

“Everything that he has a connection to we’re investigating right now,” Miller said.

Police said they were still investigating a motive, but noted Beierle had previously been investigated for harassing women.

In one video called “Plight of the Adolescent Male,” he named Elliot Rodger, who killed six people and injured 14 and is often seen as a hero for so-called “incels,” or those who consider themselves “involuntarily celibate.”

“I’d like to send a message now to the adolescent males… that are in the position, the situation, the disposition of Elliot Rodger, of not getting any, no love, no nothing. This endless wasteland that breeds this longing and this frustration. That was me, certainly, as an adolescent,” he said.

This is the second deadly attack this year in which Rodger has been mentioned by the suspected assailant. A man who wrote anti-women references on his Facebook account allegedly killed 10 people in Toronto in April when he drove his van into a crowd. “The Incel Rebellion has already begun!” Alek Minassian wrote on Facebook prior to the attack in a post that also mentioned “the Supreme Gentleman Elliot Rodger!”

Another of Beierle’s 2014 videos was titled “The Rebirth of my Misogynism,” and featured him listing the names of women — from eighth grade until his time in the Army — who he said caused his “rebirth.” (Tallahassee police confirmed he had prior military service, but a Pentagon spokesperson couldn’t immediately identify the specifics of his service).

In the video he said women were capable of “treachery” and “lying.” He spoke aggressively about women giving him their phone number even when they had a boyfriend and how angry it made him. He also mentioned a girl who cancelled dates on him. “I could have ripped her head off,” he said.

Unlike the YouTube videos, his songs on Soundcloud were all uploaded in the last few months. Shortly before Friday’s shooting, Beierle uploaded one song called “Fuck ’Em All,” with the lyrics: “To hell with the boss that won’t get off my back / To hell with the girl I can’t get in the sack.”

Another song, called “Nobody’s Type,” featured him lamenting that women didn’t find him attractive. “I’m no athletic shark. I’m not a physical specimen. I don’t win the trophies and medals. Nobody stands in awe of me,” he sang.

In “American Wigger,” he sang that he would “blow off” the head of a women he referred to using the c-word. The song “Locked in my Basement” featured an extremely disturbing tale of Beierle holding a woman prisoner in his basement using chains so he could rape her.

Representatives for YouTube and Soundcloud didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment.

Beierle’s political affiliations were not immediately clear, but he was highly critical of the Obama administration in his 2014 videos. In one video, he said that he resented having to subsidize as a taxpayer “the casual sex lives of slutty girls” through the Affordable Care Act’s contraception provisions. In the same video he also criticized “the invasion of Central American children” in the US that year and said the migrants seeking asylum should be deported on barges.

The Tallahassee shooting comes after a spate of deadly violence from the far-right in the past two weeks. On Oct. 27, a far-right extremist shouting anti-Semitic phrases opened fire in a Pittsburgh synagogue, killing 11. That came just three days after a man shot dead two black people in Louisville, Kentucky, in an attack authorities have described as a hate crime.

In a punk song he made called “Don’t Shame,” Beierle sang of walking into a girl’s locker room and going on “ass-grabbing rampage of underage girls.” (The Tallahassee Democrat newspaper reported he had been arrested in 2012 and 2016 for grabbing women’s buttocks without their consent. Prosecutors eventually dropped charges in both cases.)

“I have no shame, but this is to blame. I would do anything. I just don’t care. I have no fear of any consequences,” he sang.

“I am pro-death. The more that die the merrier,” the song continued.