Ok, so its not main news anywhere, but I want to express something. I watched the partial video of the account that was captured in its entirety on CCTV footage in the board room. Now everyones saying this guy was ruthless and was going to kill everyone. They reckon that this super intendent was a hero and saved the day blah blah blah. The poor gunmen wasnt out for blood nor was he overly agressive. I dont in anyway condone his actions but I just think he didnt have anyone to talk to and didnt know how to express he greif at his wifes employment termination. He wasnt there to kill. For starters he had no idea what he was doing. He accidentally fired the gun into the ground and even when someone tryed to take his gun he didnt shoot them. And every person he shot at he missed. The baord members claim he had the look or murder in his eyes...what rubbish. I live in aus and I wasnt there, nor do I have any training in peoples emotions...but I spend alot of my personal time at work observing how people act and talk. This guy was just really stressed out, and the way he was talked to was absalutly disgusting. They treated him with no respect, no empathy or compassion at all. Again, I dont condone his actions. There telling him they dont know who his wife is what she did etc etc. In the mans mind he could have taken that asif they didnt care about him and his wife, given his emotional state. Then they start talking about him wanting to shoot himself and kill himself. I sensed no compassion in there voices, the tone or there voices and what they said, they talked to him like he was a dog. So I refuse to believe any of those board officials where hero's, they where just heartless. Ok, ive had my rant.