San Jose rail yard gunman was ‘highly disgruntled,’ had 32 illegal high-capacity magazines
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SAN JOSE, Calif. — The Valley Transportation Authority maintenance worker who fatally shot nine co-workers and then himself at a light rail yard Wednesday morning was a “highly disgruntled” employee who came to the facility armed with 32 illegal high-capacity magazines, the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office said Thursday. The gunman in the San Francisco Bay Area’s deadliest mass shooting, identified as Samuel James Cassidy, 57, of San Jose, opened fire upon co-workers in two buildings at about 6:34 a.m. Wednesday, and took his own life as law enforcement officers closed in, authorities said....