University of Nevada Shooting: Suspect Anthony Polito professor died

Anthony Polito

University of Nevada Shooting: Law enforcement agencies have identified the suspect in the deadly shooting at the University of Las Vegas, Nevada as 67-year-old Anthony Polito. According to his close friends, Anthony Polito was a father and grandfather. He was a Semi-Retired Professor at the same university. According to reports, unsolved personal differences with the university allegedly led to the incident.

Tony Polito was a university professor in Las Vegas, Nevada, who was semi-retired. He held degrees from Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia, Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, and Radford University.

The madman who slaughtered three people in a mass shooting at the University of Nevada Las Vegas on Wednesday was a professor who failed to secure a job at the school and claimed to have solved the mystery of the Zodiac Killer and missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.

Anthony Polito, 67, had unsuccessfully applied for a professorship at UNLV before he unleashed his deadly rampage on the campus just before noon.

Polito was armed with a handgun during his massacre and was killed following a shootout with two police detectives, the outlet reported.

The shooting began around 11:45 a.m. on the fourth floor of Beam Hall, UNLV’s business school, near the student union building.

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