Louisville bank shooter Connor Sturgeon apparently left a disturbing manifesto outlining three key reasons for his violent rampage that left five co-workers dead.
The 25-year-old commercial developer wrote a 13-page missive that detailed his motives for gunning down his colleagues during their morning conference at the Old National Bank last week, a massacre he captured on a deranged Instagram livestream, the Daily Mail reported.
Sturgeon reportedly hoped to showcase how easy it was to buy a gun in Kentucky and wanted to highlight the mental health crisis in America.
He also planned to end the slaughter by suicide — a wish that was granted when he was shot to death by police officers when he brandished his firearm.
Sturgeon’s manifesto is reportedly in the hands of the Louisville Police Department.
The agency would not confirm or deny any details of the alleged missive.
The mass shooter legally purchased his AR-15 assault rifle from a local gun dealership just six days before the rampage.
That gun is slated to be auctioned off thanks to state law allowing guns seized by the police to go to auction, including those used in violent crimes.