San Jose gunman's co-worker worried he would 'go postal,' employee file reveals

San Jose gunman's co-worker worried he would 'go postal,' employee file reveals

A co-worker of San Jose, California, gunman Sam Cassidy was left unnerved following a January 2020 confrontation with him, according to the gunman's workplace disciplinary records, which were released Thursday. "He scares me," the co-worker reportedly said, according to documents disclosed by the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, FOX 2 of the Bay Area reported. "If someone was to go postal, it’d be him," another employee had told a supervisor about Cassidy, quoting the co-worker who had been in the alleged confrontation with the man who on May 26 of this year would kill nine employees at a VTA rail yard before turning his weapon against himself. The confrontation had been reported to the VTA Employee Relations and the VTA Office of Civil Rights but the employee refused to identify who made the comment, FOX 2 reported. Cassidy had shouted at the coworker for "2-3 minutes" in a morning meeting where he referred to someone in the meeting as the "most corrupt" person at the company, The Mercury News of San Jose reported. A week after the incident, an employee …
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