A co-worker of Anthony Ferrill, the Milwaukee gunman whose shooting rampage at the Molson Coors brewery killed six people including himself, suggested racism and discrimination could have proven to be the tipping point.
Anthony Ferrill, the possible name of the gunman who five people and himself during a mass shooting at a brewery in Milwaukee, was making the rounds on social media and the larger internet.
The gunman -- allegedly a Black man named Anthony Ferrill -- waged his shooting rampage because he was subjected to racism in the workplace at the Molson Coors brewery, according to social media reports.
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