Pictured: Transgender shooter, who complained of feeling ‘alienated’ and ‘wanting to pick a fight’, before opening fire on Rite Aid distribution center – killing three co-workers before committing suicide

Friday, September 21, 2018
By Paul Martin

Snochia Moseley opened fire at 9.09am at the business park in site in Aberdeen, Maryland
It was inside the Liberty building which houses a Rite Aid support distribution Center where 30 people work
She started firing outside the building then made her way inside, shooting six people along the way
Three were killed, two at the scene, and another three were injured before Moseley fatally shot herself
She was taken to hospital but died in doctors’ care as did one of her victims, bringing the death toll to four
Three people survived with injuries which they are expected to recover from
Friends of Moseley said she was battling mental health issues and must have hit breaking point to kill anyone
Longtime friend Toni Coley said she had come out to her family as transgender in December 2016
Previous online messages between them showed Moseley was considering hormone replacement therapy
As the terror unfolded, workers sent their children terrified text messages telling them they were hiding
It remains unclear what Moseley’s motive was. She worked as a temporary employee for Rite Aid

21 September 2018

Snochia Moseley, 26, was at breaking point when she killed three people and herself in a shooting at a Rite Aid warehouse on Thursday, friends say.

Moseley opened fire at her workplace at 9.06am, after arriving at the distribution facility in Enterprise Business Park. She shot outside the building, before continuing her rampage inside.

Friend Toni Coley, who has known the woman since high school, told the Baltimore Sun Moseley often felt alienated, but she ‘wasn’t a monster, wasn’t an angry person’.

‘I just believe this was emotional distress. If she did this, it was her last straw,’ she said.

Moseley injured three people and shot dead three others. Two of them died at the scene and one was taken to hospital where they succumbed to their injuries later in the day.

Her motive remains unclear and police say that while they are pursuing all strands of investigation, terrorism is not likely in this case.

Moseley had multiple outstanding tickets for registration violations and a lack of insurance, and just last week, the courts were asked for permission to take the outstanding fines to trial.

But tickets were not her only problems – Coley told the Baltimore Sun Moseley had come out to her family as transgender in December 2016 and wanted to begin hormone therapy.

At present, it is not known if she did commence hormone therapy, or if Moseley, known to friends as ‘Sno’, used male or female pronouns.

Coley and Moseley were intending to create a documentary on Moseley’s life before she died, based off a manuscript the Rite Aid worker had written.

Other friends paid tribute to her on social media, claiming she had been consumed by mental illness and had reached out for help multiple times before shooting at her colleagues.

One friend, who asked to remain anonymous, told the Sun he was at first appalled to hear about the shooting, but immediately felt heartbroken when he discovered who was behind it.

‘It’s catastrophic,’ he said. ‘She did a terrible thing, but I feel for her.

‘The first thing you think is, “This person is horrible,” because you have a bias. But knowing someone, I believe everyone is human. Everyone is going through something.’

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