On Tuesday, a gunman in Atlanta opened fire in a string of attacks at local spas, murdering 8 people.

And now, police have claimed the gunman was "having a bad day"...

How could that possibly be any justification for his actions?


Here's the full story...

How is this still happening?


It's 2021, and we are still living in fear of these devastating mass shootings.

As soon as the tragic news broke, people took to social media to share their shock and heartbreak.

The shooting took place on Tuesday evening.

A lone gunman, reportedly identified as Robert Aaron Long, opened fire at local spas across Atlanta.

As per the New York Times, 4 people died in the first shooting at Young's Asian Massage, which was reported around 5 pm.


Just a short while later, a robbery was reported at Gold Spa and when officers attended they found the bodies of 3 women.

And while at the scene another call came in, that shots were fired nearby at the Aromatherapy Spa, where the body of another woman was found.


8 people died, 6 of whom were Asian.

It comes as the U.S. is seeing a surge in violence targeting Asian Americans.

Though, as per The Cut, investigators said it was still "too early" to confirm whether the attack was racially motivated.

The suspect, Robert Aaron Long who was arrested following a manhunt, told authorities that he did not target the victims because of their race, but because he had a "sexual addiction" and wanted to "eliminate" his "temptation."


It's truly heartbreaking.

But now, just when you thought it couldn't get any worse...


The police have claimed Long's actions were the result of him having a "really bad day."

In the shocking news conference, captain Jay Baker of the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office said that Long "was pretty much fed up and at the end of his rope."

Before adding "Yesterday was a really bad day for him, and this is what he did."

While another officer said that Long likely frequented the spas and was "lashing out."

Leaving people shocked and horrified at their justification of a mass murderer.

Our thoughts are with the victims' family and friends.


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