UAH shooter could get royalties from school

There are 2 comments on the Sep 16, 2012, WIAT-TV Birmingham story titled UAH shooter could get royalties from school. In it, WIAT-TV Birmingham reports that:

The woman who admitted shooting six coworkers at the University of Alabama in Huntsville could receive royalties from the university for an invention that's expected to start generating revenue soon.

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HumanSpirit

High Springs, FL

#1 Sep 17, 2012
Sound as if the shootings were related to the use of a pharmacutical mind drugs possible doled out by a member of the mental health industry or a general doctor. I would suggest a greater investigation and then the forfeiting of the monies from a doctor or mental health industry in any lawsuit.

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Sol

Huntsville, AL

#2 Sep 28, 2012
This woman is an evil genius. She is not mentally ill, she is a ugly stuck up old hag. I hope the victims and the families sue them for every dime they make off of it.

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