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Shooting in Atlanta latest: The suspect Raisa Kengne appears. in court as police investigate why the victims were targeted

Suspect in deadly A story about a shooting in downtown Atlanta up after the judge asked her to keep quiet during the hearing

accused woman of threesome shooting people and sending offices to quarantine in Midtown Atlanta on On Monday, bail was denied.

34-year-old Raisa Kengne appeared before the court in Accused Tuesday afternoon of attack on three people with firearms and killing two of them, and was ordered remain in detention.

first attack took place in the luxurious residential complex of Ms. Kengne, with a second the battle of a few minutes later in office building in four blocks.

Michael Shinners, 60 years old building manager in Ms Kengne’s luxury apartment complex died at the scene, while Wesley Freeman, 41, who seems to have been former colleague of Miss Kengne died later in hospital.

While the police figure out the motive of Shooting, Ms. Kengne seems to be made a series of LinkedIn publishes and files a lawsuit accusing Mr. Freeman and her building managers of CONSPIRACY against her.

The officers said they believed the victims were targeted specifically at them.


Claims of burglary and retribution

accusations in Lawsuit by Raisa Kengne a little hard to follow in essence, she claimed that her former employer, BDO, retaliated against her for expressing concerns about shortcomings in his audits.

According to 11 aliveher lawsuit says the company ignored her and eventually offered her a 12 percent raise, which she took as an attempt buy her off.

After that, according to Ms. Kengne, the BDO began colluding with Wide range of other figures including her apartment building manager And her former lawyers take revenge against her.

For example, she claimed that someone used a copy of her apartment key break into her home and steal evidence from her safe, leading her to suspect that Beacon Management Services, her building manager was involved.

But judging by the videos posted on on her LinkedIn page, the Atlanta police did not take her message seriously. city ​​reported at the police station 11 alive that he classified Ms Kengne’s case as non-crime.

Independent asked BDO and Beacon for comment.


“Not Enough Evidence”

Raisa Kengne’s claim was in trouble. According to her complaint, she tried to hire a law firm but was rejected after “several months” and “lots of questions” because “they didn’t have enough evidence to file a case.”

She was looking for Georgia for other lawyers and even flew to Washington, D.C. to meet with with others (her tickets included in her claim in evidence), to no avail.

Instead, she represented herself and named her previous lawyers as defendants. in costume.


Suspect reportedly struggled with foreclosure

Atlanta broadcaster 11 alive deeply studied the 407-page lawsuit of Raissa Kengne, as well as other legal documents relating to her life.

Although the judge on Tuesday told Ms. Kengna that she was not qualify for a taxpayer-funded lawyer, she reportedly told another court that she had less than $3,000. in savings and no income.

Report says Ms. Kengne owns the land, abandoned house and her apartment in downtown Atlanta, but what did she fight to prevent house be excluded and turn on the electricity back on in the apartment.


No court date set for Kengne next appearance

Court date not yet set set for Raisa Kengne next appearance before the judge Fox 5 Atlanta informed on Tuesday.

accused woman of killing two people and injury one in shooting in Midtown Atlanta on Tuesday briefly appeared before the Justice of the Peace to hear the warrant against her and be denied bail.


“Wes will be sorely missed”

The accounting firm that worked for Wesley Freeman, the victim of the shooting, sent out a newsletter to its employees mourning his loss.

According to the screenshot posted on employee on anonymous social network Aquarium, message – first noticed accounting news website Continuous activity – Signed by BDO USA Executive Director Wayne Burson and HR boss Cathy Moy.

“As you may have seen in in the news it was active shooting incident in downtown Atlanta, which included our BDO officethey said. We are heartbroken share what one of our staff, Wesley (Wes) Freeman, died yesterday while being result of this incident.

“It’s devastating and we could never imagine that face like a firm… Wes, security director was incredible team member who brought exceptional passion, dedication and honesty to his work over in past 16 years in BDO. He will be greatly missed.”

it adds that Atlanta office will be closed until further notice.

The report does not say anything about the suspect in the shooting, Raisa Kengne. who seems to have worked before for BDO and named Mr. Freeman as defendant. in extended lawsuit in May.

While BDO has not responded to inquiries for comment from the Independent.


Suspect’s LinkedIn page flooded with Comments

Raissa Kengne’s LinkedIn page has been flooded online womanizers speculating on her alleged role in shooting and occasional voice acting support for her.

Under Ms. Kengne’s video of her dispute with her former employer and her building manager, posted Two days ago, there were 286 comments from apparently strangers.

A little people accept her claim of CONSPIRACY against her seriously, assuming dark forces in work behind in events in Atlanta and Expression support for her perspective.

Others sympathized with her statements that the Atlanta police did not give she disputes due attention by mourning her death. Others still claimed she was mentally ill using words like “paranoid” and “delusional”, while many more just talking about it arrest with amazement and surprise.

Be clear Ms Kengne is innocent of Shooting on a Monday until proven guilty and we’re not know nothing specific about her mental state.

One failed professional connection who describes himself as senior auditor on KPMG, posted about three weeks ago that “I knew from first moment i met you that you were BADASS. Go, Raisa!

Since then, numerous strangers have responded pointing out that she is under arrest.


The suspect worked as an IT auditor for a long time.

Now that the authorities have confirmed that the suspect is Raisa Kengne, let’s get to know her better. how she described herself on LinkedIn.

By all appearances, Ms. Kengne has had a successful career. She finished in 2010 with Bachelor degree in Accounting and Finance J. Mack Robinson College of Georgia State University. of Business where is she says she was treasurer of fraternity Delta Epsilon Iota, then received a master’s degree in IT systems audit from the same institution in 2013.

Since then she has been working in various companies as an IT auditor, evaluating customer guarantees against cyber attacks and risks of system failure.

She got approved on in social network for her skills in “auditing”, “financial analysis”, “financial reporting” and others. One manager from one of her internship back in 2011 described him as ” valuable asset to our accounting team… her conclusion was on denomination with professionals on our staff.”

According to post three weeks ago, Ms. Kengne also spoke at the conference in Atlanta called “Fraud” in public account”.

Screenshot from Raissa Kengne’s LinkedIn page.

(Raisa Kengne via LinkedIn)


ICYMI: two victims killed in attack identified

Michael Shinners, 60, and Wesley Freeman, 41, were identified by the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office. on Monday when two victims are killed in shooting that day, according to locals news the shops.

Shinners was one of two people shot at the apartment on 1280 West Peachtree Street while Freeman was shot and killed elsewhere. building less than a mile on 1100 Peachtree Street, Atlanta police said.

first shooting took place in control office in the apartment building run Beacon Management Services, where the Shinners and the third victim, Mike Horn, worked, according to CBS46.

That’s what we are know about them:


‘Please remain shut up ma’am

Here is a video clip of Raisa Kengne first appearance in court showing her hot-tempered exchange with referee.

Suspect in deadly A story about a shooting in downtown Atlanta up after the judge asked her to keep quiet during the hearing


Raisa Kengne appears in court

Raisa Kengne bail was denied in her first stand trial in Atlanta.

Sitting in front of a video screen in a government building, wearing a face mask, Ms. Kengne listened like a warrant against she was read out accusing her of attack on Michael Shinners, Wesley Freeman and Michael Horn with firearms.

Ms Kengne repeatedly tried to speak up as well as intervene in trial, but the judge told him to shut up. “Your Honor, if you please intervene she said to one dot. “Please remain shut up, ma’am,” the judge replied.

Raisa Kengne during her first court appearance on Tuesday, August 23, 2022

(VSB-TV 2)

The judge then told Ms Kengna that she had had enough assets or income she doesn’t qualify for taxpayer-funded attorney under Georgia law, and that she must immediately hire her own attorney without “delay or delay.”[ing]”.

Ms Kengne attempted to object, stating that she had not chance talk with her current facts lawyer of case”, but they said they would figure it out out afterwards.

The judge ordered that she remain in detention.

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