- Oct 1, 2012
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Hey everybody, I opened a thread about May & the FSU shooting. Please copy your links & discussion there.
I don't think this is related to Prof Markel; time will tell.
Hmmmm, dotr, that would put a crimp in the theory. But, who knows, since he was origianlly from Tallahassee area, he could've been back in July. The landlord makes it sound like Myron was down on his luck despite being a lawyer licensed in a couple different states. Maybe law wasn't working out for him and he took it out on Dan--a person Myron might've known to be the most prominent law person on FSU's campus.
As for this FSU shooting, it could be the murder of Dan was the beginning of Myron's descent into whatever personal Hell he reached yesterday.
Well, dotr, we're gonna find out. Because I emailed the Dona Ana County Prosecutor on Facebook a little bit ago and requested he search his records to find out if Myron May was at work in New Mexico on July 19, 2014. I told him he doesn't have to inform me of the results since I'm just a regular citizen. But I requested that if the prosecutor's office does discover Myron May wasn't at work that day for whatever reason--vacation, sickness, excused absence, etc.--they should inform law enforcement as soon as possible. In addition, I told them that if July 19, 2014 was right before Myron May started working for Dona Ana, that the office should inform law enforcement because Mr. May might've used the time between his job as a Las Cruces public defender and his prosecutor job to go to the Tallahassee area to visit family, etc. before starting his new job.
So, we'll see . . .
dotr, as far as Dan's murder causing Myron May to become paranoid? As in Myron May didn't have anything to do with Dan's death but it caused Myron to go off the deep end? I have no idea. It's hard for me to get inside of the mind of someone who seemingly was perfectly sane for 30 years of his life then suddenly shoots up a library. Myron May--I think I said this before--sounds exactly like Teleka Patrick, except she didn't try to kill anyone. A seemingly nice, polite, accomplished young woman . . . and then she develops some kind of psychosis, tries to get a hotel room with no money, and disappears, later to be found drowned in a lake where it's obvious she killed herself. I don't know, dotr. I don't know what sends these otherwise fine people into a fit of paranoia so quickly. I suppose the final straw could be anything.
dotr, all those stupid references like, "Well, a hit man would never drive a Prius." That's such shallow thinking and it shows how much people have been influenced by the entertainment we watch too much. You know what kind of car a murderer drives? Any kind that will get him to his victim.
Sounds like he possibly was schizophrenic, perhaps untreated as well.
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wildebeest, I truly don't know if I'll ever hear back from the Prosecutor's Office. In fact, I told them there was no need to keep me informed in any way. All I am trying to do is make them aware that they may unknowingly have a clue to another crime committed by the guy who worked for them. To put an exclamation point on it, the Prosecutor's Office may possess the #1 key clue: the evidence of Opportunity--since the Office must keep records of when their lawyers are and are not at work. Was Myron May at work on July 19th? Their Office could find that out in seconds. Whereas, friends of Myron May wouldn't be able to accurately know since none of us keep written track of our friends' whereabouts.
So, the Prosecutor's Office may let me know, they may not. I hope they do. But I won't be disappointed if they don't since I'm just a concerned citizen out here. I just want criminals caught--I don't need to be informed. If they pin Dan's murder on Myron May, that will be good enough for me.