A Harvard University trained Ph.D disgruntled over a tenure issue, gunned down 3 people at the University of Alabama. Homeland Security has yet to respond.
Professor Accused of Killing Three Colleagues
The professor accused of killing three colleagues during a faculty meeting was a Harvard-educated neurobiologist, inventor and mother whose life had been marred by a violent episode in her distant past.
More than two decades ago, Amy Bishop fatally shot her teenage brother at their Massachusetts home in what police at the time logged as an accident — though authorities said Saturday that records of the shooting are missing.
Bishop, 42, had just months left teaching at the University of Alabama in Huntsville when she opened fire Friday in a room filled with a dozen of her colleagues from the school's biology department. Bishop, a rare woman among workplace shooters, was to leave after this semester because she had been denied tenure.
Some have said she was upset after being denied the job-for-life security afforded tenured academics, and the husband of one victim and one of Bishop's students said they were told the shooting stemmed from the school's refusal to grant her such status.
What is Homeland Security going to do about this hotbed of terrorism at Harvard University? This is just another example in the long list of Harvard educated nuts. When will the government do something?
Isn't that what they would say about a man who did not commit a crime but attended a Tea Party? Gasp! He owned guns!
Stacy's not feelin' the snark.