What is more exciting than opening up a bank account at your 5/3 Bank Headquarters in downtown Cincinnati, than having a ‘person of color’ playing shoot up, and kill whitey, because they ‘be havin’ a bad day n shit?
If you guessed…… ‘shit, nigga, dat aint nuffin, we got lots a real niggas out dere and shit be getting live in my hood, gnome sayin, you feel me, nigga? Well then perhaps you’re correct. A small, small price to pay for diversity, goyim.. The Shooter has been identified as a Mystery meat time bomb aka Omar Enrique Santa Perez.
Kosher Corporate Sponsored News reports the story as such:
3 dead in shooting at bank headquarters in Ohio; suspect dead
CINCINNATI, Ohio — A usually busy Fountain Square was empty Thursday afternoon, except for a single piece of yellow tape. Down the street, a woman screamed and sobbed into the arms of a Cincinnati police officer.
About an hour earlier, a Fifth Third Bank employee said he saw a gunman dressed in business attire walk into the lobby and spray bullets at innocent people. The employee saw the gunman as he exited a lobby elevator. He jumped back inside, narrowly avoiding a hail of bullets — he heard them strike the elevator door when it closed.
Three to four Cincinnati police officers exchanged fire with the gunman, Chief Eliot Isaac said. One of the officers shot and killed the gunman, Mayor John Cranley said.
The gunman killed three people. Another two people were injured. The shooting was the first to happen Downtown in 2018.
The shooter entered the loading dock area of Fifth Third Bank headquarters and opened fire at about 9 a.m., Isaac said. The suspect then entered the lobby area, where he shot at people and police officers.
No police officers were injured. The two people who were shot were transported to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
The identity of the shooter has not been released, but Lt. Steve Saunders said the gunman was not a former or current employee of Fifth Third Bank.
Isaac said at least one of the victims died on scene. There is no information yet about how many shots the gunman and officers fired, he said. The gunman’s weapon was recovered from the scene. Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters said the gunman fired multiple rounds from a handgun.