Anyway, the manhunt is on for Jackson's pal. Maybe the good Reverend can have him turn himself in.
Authorities say they have found a car abandoned by the suspect in the Cupertino, Calif., workplace shooting as a manhunt continues for Shareef Allman, 49, identified as the man who killed two people and wounded six others.Here's a clip that hasn't gone down the memory hole. He's preaching about love. Of course!
The suspect was seen driving a Brown Mercury Cougar, but police communications officers reported that officers have found the vehicle and Allman was no longer with it.
A manhunt was going on for the suspect Wednesday morning in Cupertino, where schools were closed and police were searching door-to-door.
The first shootings took place at a 4 a.m. safety meeting at the Lehigh Southwest Cement Co. in the hills above Cupertino.
Later, authorities said, the suspect attempted to steal a woman’s car, then shot her. She was taken to a hospital, where her condition was not immediately known.
Allman, 49, apparently runs a self-publishing business and has published a novel about domestic violence.
And in a video on Youtube, which has now been taken down, an individual identified as Shareef Allman can be seen interviewing the Rev. Jesse Jackson on a San Jose community cable TV station.