Memo reveals suspect in San Jose VTA shooting wrote about hating his workplace

There are troubling allegations that date back more than a decade for the man accused of killing nine people and injuring multiple others at a San Jose railyard on Wednesday morning. Samuel Cassidy spoke of hating his workplace while detained by U.S. Customs Officers after a trip to the Philippines nine years ago. Cassidy's feelings were detailed in a memo book that had notes on how he hated the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority. See more in the video above.

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