Raissa Kengne, an American-based Cameroonian is said to have shot two persons to death — and left one other, severely injured at her job site.
The incident took place on Monday, August 22, 2022, in Atlanta, in the United States of America.
The Cameroonian lady who is said to be an Information Security Manager had been at loggerheads with her former employer, MMI has learned.
In a post on her LinkedIn profile, Raissa indicated that she had filed a complaint against her ex-employer for intruding into her home to get rid of all fraud evidence, she had against him.
“I was retaliated against by my former employer BDO USA, LLP BDO USA, LLP because reported a fraud perpetrated by Wesley Freeman Wesley Freeman, CPA, CISA, CFE, CITP and covered by Scott Meier Scott Meier. BDO leverage their relationships with Beacon Management Services and the 1280 West Board members in the condominium I live in in order to gain unauthorized access to my home, break into my safe and delete evidence that I had; thereby breaking so many laws that it is hard to believe,” recounted.
She added that: “BDO and its agent went from committing a white collar crime to a criminal crime. APD has been reluctant in providing me with information related to my case. I will post a series of videos to show the policy’s response to the crimes committed against me. I will keep you updated on the status of my case because it is relevant to anyone who has spent many years combating fraud in their professional lives.”
According to reports, the first shootings took place at her residence where she shot two persons. One died on the spot, while the other was rushed to the hospital.
A few minutes later, she headed to another residence where she equally shot another to death.
The victims of the shootings include Michael Shinners, 60, Manager of the apartment complex where Raissa Kengne lived, and Wesley Freeman, 41, former supervisor of Raissa Kengne at her former company.
The identity of the survivor is yet to be known.
In an attempt to escape, Raissa, immediately rushed to a nearby airport where she was apprehended by the Atlanta police.
By Amina Hilda.