In honor of the seven people who were killed on 12/26/2000 at Edgewater Technology in Wakefield, Massachusetts. I am reposting this two-part episode about that first aired on Dec 26 + Jan 6, 2020. They were some of my first episodes. The Edgewater workplace rampage is the worst mass shooting in the state's history.
Remembering those who were killed that day after Christmas in 2000
Jennifer Bragg Capobianco, 29, of Brighton
Janice Hagerty, 46, of Stoneham
Louis A. Javelle, 58, of Nashua, NH
Rose Manfredi, 48, of Lexington
Paul Marceau, 36, of Melrose
Cheryl Troy, 50, of Beverly
Craig Wood, 29, of Haverhill
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Twenty years ago, on that Tuesday, the day after Christmas in 2000, seven employees who were among half of the staff of Edgewater Technology in Wakefield, Massachusetts to come to work that day never made it home. A co-worker, armed to the teeth, showed up to the job he’d had for less than a year to exact his revenge. Perceived and twisted revenge. Equipped with a shotgun, a semi-automatic assault rifle, a semi-automatic pistol, and a bag full of ammunition, he had chatted with his workmates then unceremoniously opened fire. The attack that left all seven people dead lasted less than 10 minutes. This is part one of two.
Crime of the Truest Kind
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