Charleston SC Downtown – Virginia’s On King Thomas Burns Shooting

Another incident of violence in Charleston, South Carolina. This time an alleged bitter former employee shot one person to death and took hostages. Local gestapo claim all hostages were released to safety with no injuries nor fatalities.

This incident occurred only blocks away from the Emanuel AME church where white terrorist Dylann Roof murdered nine Africans. According to a bureaucratic mayor, John Tecklenburg, the perpetrator was shot by gestapo and taken to a local hospital. No word on how many hostages were taken.

This pissed of employee took hostages inside the Virginia’s on King restaurant and shot another employee dead. Supposedly, there were around thirty employees inside this restaurant at time of this incident. The owner of this restaurant claims that the perpetrator shot another employee out of revenge.

This incident was initially reported to Charleston Gestapo at 12 PM local time. However, John the city mayor claimed that as of 2:30 PM local time the “active shooter” was still inside this restaurant. This is when allegedly this active shooter began taking hostages.

Tom and Patsy Plant, restaurant customers claimed an assailant entered this restaurant and said:

“There’s a new boss in town.”

These two then escaped out a back door. Another customer claimed this perpetrator locked this restaurant’s front door and said:

“I am the new king of Charleston.”

Another report claims this shooting was first reported to Charleston, South Carolina gestapo at 12:17 PM local time. As is proverbial in the system of mental illness, this establishment was placed under lockdown. Bill Rosene claims that this gunman entered the restaurant from a rear door.

Cato Roemo heard three gun shots and saw a person deceased. Supposedly, a dishwasher was fired and came back to shoot a chef at this restaurant. According to the ownder John Aquino:

“I heard that a dishwasher got fired and came back in and shot the chef. There were some people in there and there were a couple of hostages.”