Skip to main content

“Check On My Cat.” Suicide Note Left By MUSLIM Doctoral Student Mainak Sarkar, 38, Found After He Murdered UCLA Engineering Professor William Klug & His Wife Ashley Hasti At Their Minnesota Home


UCLA gunman had 'kill list' and is linked to second slaying in Minnesota
The gunman who killed a UCLA professor before committing suicide on campus Wednesday left behind a “kill list” and is suspected in the shooting death of a woman in Minnesota, authorities said.  Mainak Sarkar, 38, a former doctoral student and Minnesota resident, left a list at his home in that state that included the names of the woman, UCLA professor William Klug, and a second professor who is safe, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said. Sarkar shot Klug multiple times in a small office in UCLA Engineering Building 4 before taking his own life, authorities said. 


Sarkar had accused the victim of stealing his computer code and giving it to someone else, according to police. When detectives arrived at Klug’s office on Wednesday morning and found both bodies, they also found a note from Sarkar listing his home address in Minnesota and asking someone to “check on my cat.” “Immediately we were highly suspicious,” Beck told the Times. “That made me uneasy about what we would find when we got to Minnesota.”LA Times Read More>>>>>

Also Leaves A Kill List:


Comments

Popular posts from this blog

UPDATE: GAY LOVERS Kam McLeod, 19, And Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, Named As DANGEROUS SUSPECTS In The Gruesome Murders Of An Australian Backpacker And His American Girlfriend

Two murderous Sodomites on the run Two teenagers initially thought missing in Canada are now named as DANGEROUS SUSPECTS in the gruesome murders of an Australian backpacker and his American girlfriend  Two teenagers who were previously described as missing have been named as suspects in the murders of an American woman and her Australian boyfriend in Canada. Police named Canadian teens Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, as suspects in the murders of Lucas Fowler, 24, and Chynna Deese, 23, on Tuesday. The two teenagers were described as missing on Monday but police named them as suspects after they were found, alive, in northern British Columbia. Now, they are believed to be in Saskatchewan - 1156 miles from where the young couple's bodies were found - and are thought to be dangerous. The pair, who are elementary school friends, left Vancouver Island for Whitehorse ins search of work sometime before the murders.   They stopped communicating with their families severa…

Pitcher Blake Bivens' Family Murdered By BUCK NAKED Brother-In-Law....DEAD - Wife Emily, Son Cullen, And Emily's Mother

God will allow the old serpent to cause divisions among those who reign in every society and in every family. Physical and moral agonies will be suffered. God will abandon mankind to itself and will send punishments which will follow one after the other for more than thirty-five years. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879) 

 “The true faith to the Lord having been forgotten, each individual will want to be on his own and be superior to people of same identity, they will abolish civil rights as well as ecclesiastical, all order and all justice would be trampled underfoot and only homicides, hate, jealousy, lies and dissension would be seen without love for country or family. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879) 
Tampa Bay Rays pitching prospect's wife, baby son and mother-in-law are 'murdered by his 18-year-old brother-in-law' - who then went on the run naked and attacked a TV reporter before he was caught by cops. The…

Brothers Kyle Foster, 43, And Jeremie Foster, 47, Both Die Within Minuets Of Each Other In Separate ATV Crashes...

North Dakota man, 47, dies in an ATV crash while searching for his younger brother, 43, who had ALSO died in an ATV crash 10 minutes earlier A North Dakota man died in an ATV crash while searching for his younger brother who also died in an ATV crash minutes before. Kyle Foster, 43, and Jeremie Foster, 47, were leaving Sanborn, North Dakota, on Friday around 7.30pm. The two men were traveling to a farm north of Eckleson and driving 2014 Arctic Cat ATVs when the incidents occurred, according to Twin Cities. Kyle of Tucson, Arizona, lost control of his four-wheeler and rolled into a slough on the side of the road. He died at the scene. The Kansas City Star reports that Jeremie of Fargo was driving ahead of Kyle and reached the farm. After realizing his younger brother was not behind him, he began to retrace his route in hopes of finding his sibling. While searching, Jeremie lost control of his ATV and rolled into a ditch. Sources