And surprise, surprise -- it's another guy who was pushed over the edge by Greenspan's debt bubble:
The suspect in Friday's shooting of six people in a downtown high-rise is a 40-year-old "man with economic woes that include a recent bankruptcy filing, federal records show.
In his filing last May for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, under which he sought to have his assets liquidated and his debts discharged, Jason S. Rodriguez listed his assets at $4,675 and his liabilities at $89,873.31.
His 2002 Nissan XTerra with 110,000 miles represented $4,000 of those assets. His personal property filing described the vehicle as having body damage on the right side, an air conditioner that did not work and a transmission that was slipping.
He said his monthly income as a "sandwich artist" at a Subway Restaurant in Orlando, where he had worked for nine months, was $890.67, and he listed his monthly expenses at $815.
Excuse me? What kind of sick society extends enough credit for a "sandwich artist" to find himself in $90,000 of debt?
And, kiddies, didn't I tell you not to take on massive debt for a useless college education? Jason didn't get the memo:
The largest debts were for student loans -- $8,500 to Wachovia, $28,912 to Sallie Mae.
How did that education help your sandwich artistry, Jason? Spread the mayo with a little more flourish?
Thanks to Jr. Deputy Accountant for finding Alan Greenspan's DNA spewed all over the crime scene.
Greenspan's Body Count stands at 113:
Kevin Daniel O'Connell
Siu Fong Ng
Ernest Scherer Jr.
Betty J. Lipply
Del Mar man
Wayne "Mike" Anderson
Jeffrey M. Pearson
Ervin Antonio Lupoe
Steven L. Good
Dallas Dwayne Carter
Lt. Michael Howe
Palmer C. White
Dianne Pittman White
Edwin F. Rachleff
Scott M. Coles
Dawn E. Armstrong
Jonathon Calvin "40-Cal" Jacques
Little Boy X
Little Girl X
Rufus Shaw Jr.
Lynn Flint Shaw