Just two hours before his lethal rampage at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital, shooter Henry Bello ranted to the Daily News in an e-mail– blaming the medical center for destroying his imagine advancing his profession.
“This medical facility ended my roadway to a licensure to practice medication,” Bello composed to The News at 12:46 p.m. on Friday. “First, I was informed it was because I constantly kept to myself. Then it was because of a run-in with a nurse.”
Bello, 45, stated he was eventually fired from his job for threatening a colleague.
In his e-mail to The News, Bello blamed 2 medical professionals by name for getting the ax.
Bello stated that after he was fired, he composed an e-mail to one female medical professional “congratulating her for my termination after she sent an e-mail to everyone informing them to submit problems versus me so I can be ended for being impolite to her.”
“I just stated in the e-mail, it stays to be seen if my life is worthless or non-reusable,” Bello composed.
He blamed another medical professional for obstructing his opportunities at getting a medical authorization, stating he had put $400,000 of his money into Bronx-Lebanon.
The News is keeping the name of both physicians whom Bello had blamed for his issues.
Bello never ever threatened violence in the e-mail he sent out to The News.
An editor at The News who checked out the letter made the connection to Bello a couple of hours after the rampage.
The shooting occurred at 2:45 p.m. 2 hours after the cooling e-mail was sent out– when Bello opened fire on his previous coworkers with an AR-15 rifle. He injured 6 employees and eliminated a female medical professional before turning the weapon on himself.
Bello, who last resided in the Bronx, had been required to resign from his job as home doctor at the medical center 2 years earlier after he was implicated of sexually bugging a colleague.