By Theodore Shoebat
A shooting in Kansas took place in which a man named Cedric Larry Ford slaughtered three people with an AK-47. What was his religion? I discuss this in my most recent video after doing a full investigation on this evil murderer:
According to the report:
A gunman who killed three people and injured more than a dozen at a Kansas manufacturing plant worked at that factory, and had been served with a restraining order just 90 minutes before he began his shooting spree, the county sheriff said Friday.
Sheriff T. Walton of Harvey County said at a news conference that the protection from abuse order, usually intended to keep perpetrators of domestic violence away from their victims, might have set off the rampage on Thursday. He identified the gunman as Cedric Larry Ford, 38, who died inside the plant in shootout with a police officer.
Mr. Ford barged into Excel Industries in Hesston after 5 p.m. and opened fire with an assault rifle, apparently not targeting anyone in particular or speaking to anyone, the sheriff said.
“He was randomly shooting people,” he said. The death toll could have been much higher, the sheriff said, if not for the Hesston Police Department officer who confronted and killed Mr. Ford. The officer’s name is being withheld pending further investigation.
“That particular officer’s the hero out of all this,” Mr. Walton said. “There’s probably two or three hundred more people still in that plant. That guy was not going to stop shooting.”
“If he wouldn’t have stopped that,” Sheriff Walton said of the officer, “not all of those people would’ve come out and this tragedy would’ve been a lot greater.”
Officials offered little information about Mr. Ford. “He’s been in my jail a couple of times before,” the sheriff said — but he did not say why. The authorities also would not say who obtained the order of protection against Mr. Ford, or why, though the sheriff did say that the person did not work at Excel.
But Sheriff Walton did fill in details of the final, fatal episode of Mr. Ford’s life that began and ended at the factory where he worked.
Mr. Walton said that about 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, deputies from his department went to Excel, which makes riding mowers and other lawn care equipment, to serve the protective order on Mr. Ford. It had been issued by a court in Wichita.
“They said he was upset, but nothing greater than anybody else who gets served a P.F.A.,” the sheriff said.
The attack began about 5 p.m., around six miles from the factory, on the roads between Hesston and Newton, a nearby town where Mr. Ford lived in a mobile home. The gunman fired out his windows as he drove, he said.
One driver reported having been shot at, and while the police were responding to that complaint, another was shot a short distance away. In the second incident, Mr. Walton said, the attacker drove straight at an oncoming vehicle until both swerved into a ditch. Then he got out of his car, shot the other person and stole the other car.