Two dead, several wounded in USA yoga studio shooting

Aaron Brown
November 9, 2018

A gunman killed two people and wounded five others at a yoga studio in Florida's capital before killing himself Friday evening, officials said.

Scott Paul Beierle, 40, had also been accused of harassing women and grabbing their bottoms, police say.

The shooter and victims have not yet been identified.

She said three people from the studio ran in, and they were told there was an active shooter. According to the Associated Press, Scott Beierle, the assailant in Friday's shooting, was charged by police with battery in 2012 for grabbing women's buttocks in a campus dining hall at Florida State University. TMH says they have received two more patients, bringing the total number of victims to seven. He was a resident of Deltona, Fla., and a graduate of Florida State University. Tallahassee Police Department is still investigating whether there is a connection between the gunman and any of the victims.

Beierle also mentioned Elliot Rodger in one of his videos, BuzzFeed reported. Rodger is lionized in the "incel" or "involuntarily celibate" community.

Mann says incels "move toward a very virulent misogyny, and they spend a lot of time engaging in really violent ideation about the disgusting things that they want to do to women and sexually successful men". "Made another date, didn't show up".

They told her the gunman kept coming in and out of the studio. Beierle signed a deferred prosecution agreement in that case and charges were ultimately dropped six months later.

In the videos, Beierle also railed against interracial dating and used racist and disparaging language when talking about black people.

"As an instructor when you start every class, you ask students to close their eyes to relax, because you're in such a safe space", said Amanda Morrison, a Tallahassee instructor.

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Then "I see this kid in a white T-shirt with blood coming out of his forehead", Combs said.

Records show that Beierle moved from Vestal, New York, near Binghamton, to Tallahassee in 2011. He was charged by police with battery in 2016 after he slapped and grabbed a woman's buttocks at an apartment complex pool.

"The fact that we had people fight this attacker to help save other people and prevent him from doing further harm, really I think speaks to the true spirit of Tallahassee and what this community's about", DeLeo said at early Saturday media.

Cops stand over the body of one of the victims of a double murder at a Tallahassee yoga studio. Combs said she embraced a woman who couldn't stop hyperventilating.

"We just heard "pow, pow, pow, pow", he said.

The women who were killed were Maura Binkley and Dr Nancy Van Vessem.

Nancy Van Vessem Dr. Nancy Van Vessem was chief medical director for Florida's Capital Health Plan. "Without being aware, she was a mentor".

According to the Florida State College of Medicine's website, Van Vessem was in charge of coordinating third and fourth year clerkship rotations in internal medicine on the school's Tallahassee campus.

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