MAINAK SARKAR. THE MURDERER DOESN’T LOOK WHITE TO ME.
SHITSKIN SARKAR AND WIFE ASHLEY HASTI.
For most people a “kill list” is only something to fantasize about.
However, for one highly educated Asian Indian with a grudge, he got two of three of the intended targets on his kill list before he apparently killed himself.
This Indian tech worker would not have even been in the States if the country had a sane immigration policy. He was here to satisfy the lust of the globalists for cheap labor and for no other reason.
Besides killing his wife, the doctoral degree holder killed his ex-professor:
A Ph.D. gunman crossed a victim off his “kill list” yesterday when he fatally shot a UCLA professor over allegations of stolen code and sparked a campus-wide lockdown in the middle of finals week. Mainak Sarkar, 38, had accused Professor William Klug, 39, of the theft in March 2016. On June 1, Sarkar confronted Klug in UCLA’s engineering complex and shot him dead with a 9mm handgun. Sarkar then took his own life.
The victim was a professor in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, according to his official bio on UCLA’s website.
Sarkar was first named in a report by CBS News. He had a Ph.D. in solid mechanics from UCLA.
The shooting prompted a two-hour lockdown and massive police response at the school, with LAPD Chief Charlie Beck telling the media when it was over, “The campus is entirely contained. We believe there are no suspects outstanding and no continuing threat to UCLA’s campus.”
On June 2, Chief Beck told the L.A. Times that Sarkar had a “kill list” at his home in St. Paul, Minnesota, and had shot a woman dead in her home in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Park. The kill list included her name, Klug’s name, and another professor who is thought to be safe. The woman has been named as 31-year-old Ashley Hasti.
It was originally reported that Hasti was Sarkar’s ex-girlfriend, but WCCO-TV is reporting that they were married in 2011. It is not clear if they were still together or had separated.
Beck said the professor was not on campus at the time of the shooting, but it is not known if Sarkar tried to find him before killing himself.
In his press conference immediately after the shooting, UCLA Police Chief James Herren suggested the incident may have been a murder-suicide. KNX reporter Rob Archer tweeted that a suicide note was recovered at the scene. But Chief Beck told the L.A. Times the note listed Sarkar’s home address and requested that someone “check on my cat.” At a later press conference, Beck said there was no reference to suicide in the note.
The Daily Bruin originally reported that the shooter was a white male who was 6 feet tall. The newspaper added that the shooter was wearing a black jacket and black pants. That was based on a campus police description.
CBS Los Angeles has published a story raising the issue of the incorrect description of the dark brown shooter.
CBS LOCAL LOS ANGELES
WESTWOOD (CBSLA.com) — The Daily Bruin, UCLA’s official school newspaper, issued a correction Thursday for describing the shooter in a murder-suicide on campus as a six-foot-tall “white male” before authorities ultimately determined Mainak Sarkar was the gunman.
In a statement issued around 1:30 p.m. on the paper’s Twitter page, The Bruin acknowledged that it had “tweeted descriptions of the shooter that ultimately proved incorrect”.
The inaccurate tweets – including a second one that cited police as describing the suspect as “wearing a black jacket and black pants” – have since been removed from the Bruin’s Twitter page.
Not to go all conspiracy theory on everyone, but you have to wonder how anyone could mistake a very dark Asian Indian for a white man. Was someone trying to create a narrative about another mass shooting by a white male?
Read more about Sarkar’s tragic American wife at HEAVY. Like too many white women, she learned the hard way that the nonwhite male hasn’t been raised in the tradition of chivalry toward women. In India, Hindu men kill their wives with alarming frequency. It seems to be a traditional thing to do when one is dissatisfied with one’s spouse.