3 dead, including shooter, at Florida yoga studio

Police Man Killed 1 at Florida Yoga Studio 4 Critically Wounded

Police Man Killed 1 at Florida Yoga Studio 4 Critically Wounded

The yoga students fought back, police said, but two women were killed and five people were wounded.

Scott Paul Beierle, 40, has been identified by police as the alleged shooter.

Beyond the FSU connection, investigators were trying to see what other ties Beierle had with the people inside the yoga studio, police said.

(Reuters) - A gunman opened fire in a Florida yoga studio on Friday, shooting six people and killing two of them before class members fought back and the attacker killed himself, police and authorities said. Four women and one man suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

John Thrasher, the university's president, released a statement regarding their deaths.

A Florida State University faculty member and a student were the two individuals killing in a shooting at a Tallahassee yoga studio, in which the gunman died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Both were part of the Florida State University community.

He also had a history of expressing misogynistic and racist views.

Police were looking for any links between him and the victims, he added.

The videos were first reported by BuzzFeed News.

In the videos, Beierle pontificated from a dimly lit bedroom, with an unmade bed and a pile of cardboard boxes in the background.

He identified with "involuntary celibates" and told personal stories of rejection, naming multiple girls who he said had wronged him. "Made another date, didn't show up".

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Some teachers wondered what they would tell their students.

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He also referred to trouble with the Army after an incident in Amsterdam in which he said four women complained about his behavior. "That was me, certainly, as an adolescent".

Records show that Beierle moved from Vestal, New York, near Binghamton, to Tallahassee in 2011. Records show that the charges were eventually dismissed after Beierle followed the conditions of a deferred prosecution agreement.

Beierle was charged with battery in 2016 for allegedly grabbing a woman's buttocks at a pool in a Florida apartment complex.

Maura Binkley grew up in Atlanta, was a member of a sorority and was studying for a double major in English and German. He offered to put sunscreen on her buttocks, but she told him no and he groped her without her permission, according to the police report.

According to police, Beierle was a Florida State University graduate and had been the "subject of prior calls for service in the Tallahassee area related to harassment of young women".

She was in charge of coordinating third and fourth year clerkship rotations in internal medicine at the school's medical school, according to the Florida State College of Medicine's website. In a video he dubbed "The American Whore", Beierle said interracial relationships were "a betrayal of blood", and that women in them have a mental illness.

"We just heard "pow, pow, pow, pow", Mr Wesson said.

Nancy Van Vessem Dr. Nancy Van Vessem was chief medical director for Florida's Capital Health Plan. "Without being aware, she was a mentor". The page also includes a quote from Patrick Bateman, the fictional serial killer from "American Psycho": "I just want to have a meaningful relationship with someone special". She was in the class and thought she was going to die.

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