Alabama shooting spree, deadliest mass shooting in state's history
An Alabama district attorney says a gunman who killed 10 people and then himself in the worst mass shooting in the state's history was keeping a list of those "who done him wrong."
Coffee County District Attorney Gary McAliley says investigators found the list in 28-year-old Michael McLendon's home. The list included a Pilgrim's Pride plant near Enterprise where his mother worked. She was among the victims of her son's shooting rampage, and the district attorney said she had recently been laid off from the plant. McAliley says Kelley's Foods in Elba and Reliable Metals in Samson were also on the list.
McLendon had previously worked at both. Kelley's Foods says he quit his job there last week, and local officials say he was forced to resign from the metals plant in 2003. McLendon killed 10 people before taking his own life Tuesday night.