- The shooter in the Old National Bank spree in Louisville, Kentucky, wrote a 13-page manifesto in which he detailed three reasons for the incident that claimed the lives of five people.
- Connor Sturgeon, 23, was an Old National Bank employee. He brought an AR-15 rifle to the bank, killed five of his colleagues, and wounded several others. He was killed after engaging in gunfire with two responding officers, one of whom was shot in the head by Sturgeon.
- A 13-page manifesto written by Sturgeon described three key points: He wanted to prove how easy it was to buy a gun in Kentucky, he wanted to highlight the mental health crisis, and he wanted to die by suicide.
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