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Nationwide Manhunt Begins for New York Trauma Surgeon For Allegedly Shooting Ex-Girlfriend–Update

Posted Jun 14 2012 11:57pm

This is sad indeed and it sounds like he cracked for what everimage reason.  This article seems to include information that said he may have been sick and actually gives a bit of history on his background with being in the military and being a home town success with becoming a surgeon and saving the lives of many.  He seems to be the primary suspect in the killing of his ex girlfriend at the hospital where both worked.  He is a weapons expert from his training in the military and could be dangerous. 

Surgeon Wanted in Buffalo for Allegedly Killing His Ex-Girlfriend at Erie County Medical Center



With the ex girlfriend talking about putting a GPS unit on her car and holding her captive in her home for a day and an half, this doesn’t sound good.  BD


 
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Police across the country were on the lookout Thursday for the 49-year-old trauma surgeon in connection with the shooting death of his ex-girlfriend in a building at the Buffalo hospital complex where they both worked. Police say the former Army weapons expert may be armed and should be considered dangerous.

Police across the country were on the lookout Thursday for the 49-year-old trauma surgeon in connection with the shooting death of his ex-girlfriend in a building at the Buffalo hospital complex where they both worked. Police say the former Army weapons expert may be armed and should be considered dangerous.

Heather Shipley, a friend of Wisniewski, told WIVB-TV that Wisniewski feared Jorden and that he wouldn't let go after she left him because she believed he was having affairs with other women.

She said Wisniewski told her the doctor had put a GPS tracking device in her car and once held her captive in her home for a day and a half, wielding a knife. 

"He had a lot of money invested in his house and the landscaping. And when I came back from Florida in May, it was really neglected. I was just shocked," said Wrzosek, the neighbor.

"We presumed he was sick, that maybe he had some sort of major ailment," Wrzosek said.

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2018436392_apusbuffalohospitalshooting10thldwritethru.html


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