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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Christopher Dyson
Unhappy with his life as a Marine stationed in California, Terence Tyler posed a question three years ago on Twitter: "is it normal to want to kill ALL of ur coworkers?"
A New Jersey supermarket employee wearing military clothing opened fire at the closed store early Friday as a dozen or more co-workers worked inside, killing two of them and himself, a prosecutor said.
"That was his best friend. He was always a quiet guy. But he got more quiet. He really didn't speak at all. He was just blank," Dyson said.
Christopher Dyson, Tyler's uncle, said Tyler left the Marines after suffering from depression.