Alleged TV Channel 13 Shooter Wrote of People "Exploiting Me Nude," and Other Bizarre Stuff
More than a few conspiracy theories were found on Michelle Burk's Facebook page.
The woman accused of firing shots outside Channel 13 (KTRK) Thursday morning posted results of a pap smear on her Facebook page, and wrote about people "who are defaming" her.
Michelle Monique Burks, who was charged with felony deadly conduct after she allegedly fired shots into the TV station's West University offices, wrote about people attacking her character, and suspected that the "Christian Church" may have been "exploiting me nude."
Burks also writes extensively about health problems, two divorces, and prior employment at a Toshiba manufacturing plant.
She also posted a photo of hand-written plans for a "counter-terrorist" plan that she claimed was "sold to the United States Government/Homeland Security only, with an agreement of an undisclosed sale."
The most recent available comment we could find was from January 2013. One month before that, she posted images of a CPS report and wrote "Proof that my CPS case was ruled out May 2008, meaning that I am a fit mother."
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She added later that "I cannot allow my daughter in my home because I'm afraid that they will exploit her naked/nude to the public and post her on websites like they have done to me. This statement is signed by Michelle Monique Burks."
Yikes. We're just glad no one was hurt this morning.
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