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Cobb Police release 'Fedex shooter' suicide note

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More information has been discovered regarding last week’s FedEx shooting that left several employees critically injured.

The Cobb County Police Department has released the suicide notes that were left by Geddy Kramer the shooter who opened fire at his Fedex workplace.  Kramer injured six people before taking a shotgun to himself.

The page note found by police give some clues into Kramer’s motivation behind the shootings.

“My final thoughts on paper. This wasn't the result of me snapping. Well, maybe it was,” said the note. This was a result of my own issues. Mental instability. Sexual isolation. I know I shouldn't complain. I live in a comfortable place to sleep. This is my own doing, I am a sociopath, I want to hurt people.”

The note further said that Kramer wants whatever is left of his body to be donated to science and that his possessions should go to whoever wants them.

The note did not mention any kind of resentment to Fedex or anger at the workplace but rather generalized life frustrations.
 
Kramer’s father said that he publicly apologizes for his son’s actions. Police said that this note helps them form a clearer picture as to what happened with this incident.  

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