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Jiverly Voong Represented Your Pet Cause

by | 4th, April 2009

JIVERLY VOONG has name that sond like the start of a limerick or a game of Tabloid Bingo! But Jiverly Voong was a Wong ‘in – or  Wong ‘un who hated the Yankees:

Kevin Greene, who once worked with 41-year-old mass murderer Jiverly Voong, said a question about a New York Yankees T-shirt he was wearing brought out his dark side. Greene said, “I asked him if he liked the Yanks,” and “he said, ‘No, I don’t like that team. I don’t like America. America sucks.'” Greene, who lives outside of Binghamton, said he worked with Voong – whom co-workers knew as Jiverly Wong – for a few months at the Shop Vac assembly plant in Binghamton before it closed in November. He told FBI investigators he and a buddy used to joke about how they thought Voong “would come in mad one day and shoot people. He seemed like that kind of guy.

Can we blame theose damn Yankees, or T-shirts for Jiverly Voong? Or the Taliban:
Pakistani Taliban commander Baitullah Mehsud claimed responsibility for the attack on an immigration services center in Binghamton, N.Y., the Press Trust of India reported Saturday.

Mehsud said that a Pakistani and another man carried it out the attack, which left 14 people, including a man the police suspected of being the gunman, dead during a killing spree Friday.

Wong the Pakistani:

“I accept responsibility. They were my men. I gave them orders in reaction to U.S. drone attacks,” Baituallah Mehsud told Reuters by telephone from an undisclosed location on Saturday.

He was in the Barack Obama Death Cult, you know:

The maniac who shot 13 people dead in a Binghamton immigration center before killing himself was described Friday as an angry loner who loved guns, hated America and talked about assassinating the President.

And the man?

Neighbors said he was often seen helping his dad, Henry, tend the succulent apples and berries he grew behind his modest frame house.

They’re a nice family, they’re great neighbors,” said Barbara Monell, 25, who lives next door. “My nephews go over to eat his apples and berries. They’re always invited to come over and eat his fruit.”

More on Jiverly Voong and his recent unemployment:

His rampage came one day after he was laid off from a multinational corporation.

Why do you think he did it? D’yer think he was a nutter – or can you speculate on another reason..?



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