[POTENTIALLY DISTURBING CONTENT] After murdering eight people, Omar Thornton calmly called 911 and talked to a state police dispatcher for nearly four minutes saying he "took things into his own hands" and regretted not killing more people before hanging up and killing himself as three police officers closed in.
Thornton was calling from the offices of Hartford Distributor Inc. moments after he killed eight co-workers and injured several more.
His last words to the trooper before hanging up are "tell my people that I love them and I gotta go now."
Listen to the call below.
August 5, 2010