My research project "The Killer in the Next Cubicle" evaluates more than 140 employee-on-employee homicides/suicides across America since 2010. The following observations have been noted: 1) Guns: Although knives and hands were used to murder, guns by far are the weapons of choice. 2) Florida: Thus far in 2017, nearly half of these homicides occurred in the state of Florida. 3) Homicidal Rage: Out-of-control anger has been noted in a number of the killings. For instance
Caroline Nosal, 24, left pictured with her mother Jane Brady Nosal was murdered while leaving her job at the end of her shift at a grocery store in Wisconsin. Photo (c) Nosal family collection On February 2, 2016, Caroline was shot and killed in the parking lot as she approached her car at the MetroMarket in Madison by Christopher O'Kroley, 26, a former co-worker who had been terminated the prior day. O'Kroley killed Caroline on his birthday. He was found dead in his jail cel
Mount Holly, NJ native Janine Ackerman, 35, was murdered at work by a disgruntled employee who had just been terminated on April 9, 2017. The murder occurred at the Florida gym where Janine was employed.