Killer Of VA Journalists Had “Issues That Went Beyond Anger Management”

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Vester Lee Flanagan II's anger had lurked within him for years. The staff at WDBJ-TV in Roanoke, Va., had become well-acquainted with it, reports the Roanoke Times. He was hired to report weekend news in 2012, under the name Bryce Williams, and was fired just 11 months later. "Bryce had anger-management issues that went beyond anger management," said Justin McLeod, a former WDBJ reporter. "There was something not right with him." WDBJ President Jeff Marks described Flanagan as "an unhappy man" who upon his firing had to be escorted from the station by police . . .

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