Saturday, March 14, 2009

Security Guard Accused in Shooting Believes in Aliens

KNOXVILLE, TN -- The details are still murky about what happened in a Knoxville Jewelry store parking lot two weeks ago, Saturday night.

Security guard Jessie Walker of Corryton is accused of shooting two people but has not been charged.

He has not spoken publicly about the incident.

But he does reveal some of his general beliefs and experiences in books he published more than a decade ago.

The attorney for one of the shooting victims pointed 10 News to the McClung collection, and a book Jess Walker self-published: My Place in the United States Marine Corps History.

Another book written by Walker was also available for reading, but also not allowed to be checked out: Military History of the Tennessee Army National Guard: Honoring Delta Company 1/278th ACR, Loudon County.

"If they were that easy for us to find, and they were here locally and you Google the man or you reference him, I kind of question you put a man like this out on the street armed with a gun," said T. Scott Jones, representing shooting victim Kevin Bowman in a civil lawsuit.

Jess Walker described his experiences in the Navy, Marines and Tennessee Army National Guard in the two self-published books.

One book cover claims he published two other books -- Latter Day Prophesies and Walker Bible Dictionary -- but they were not available at the McClung collection.

Walker said he was a Baptist preacher and hosted a television ministry here in Knoxville.

You can read the rest of the report at this link: Shooting

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At 8:03 AM, Blogger Devaraj said...

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At 8:12 AM, Blogger Devaraj said...

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