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Raissa Kengne identified as a suspect in shooting at Midtown Atlanta near Colony Square resulted in the deaths of two people and the injury of one other person



Raissa Kengne identified as a suspect in shooting at Midtown Atlanta near Colony Square resulted in the deaths of two people and the injury of one other person

The suspect in the incident was reportedly apprehended at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, according to the Atlanta Police Department. A passenger who had just arrived at the airport tweeted a photo of a woman who is thought to have been the shooter.

According to the authorities, a shooting that occurred in Midtown Atlanta near Colony Square resulted in the deaths of two persons and injuries to one other. According to the Atlanta Police Department, the subject Raissa Kengne is currently in police custody.

At around 1:45 p.m., officers from the Atlanta Police Department responded to the 1280 W. Peachtree Street location where they found two people who appeared to be suffering from gunshot wounds. According to APD, one of them passed away.

Wesley Freeman, who was 41 years old, and Michael Shinners, who was 60 years old, were recognized as the victims who passed away by the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office.

Wesley Freeman
Michael Shinners

While they were conducting their investigation at that location, they received a call to go to 1100 Peachtree Street, where there was another injured victim.

According to the APD, it is unknown what precipitated the shootings. The survivors of the attack are currently being treated in the hospital.

APD stated that they are attempting to ascertain if the suspect targeted the victims or if any of the victims were shot at random.


She just said to FOX3 that her daughter was shot at but able to duck under a table to avoid being hit. She said her daughter’s boss was hit and described his injuries as life-threatening. She said her daughter started at this job a few months ago.

Raissa Kengne LinkedIn profile:

Raissa Kengne has over ten years of combined experience in Information Technology (IT) auditing, financial analysis, mergers and acquisitions, IT due diligence, restructuring, financing, real estate transactions, estate tax planning for high net worth individuals, private companies and public companies across several industries including energy, banking, food and beverages, healthcare (urgent care clinics), mining, dealerships, beauty salons, and retail. Her IT audit experience includes, but is not limited to, executing pre- and post-implementation audits, third-party access reviews, termination audit, application security audits, disaster recovery readiness assessment, and database upgrade assessment.

Raissa worked for a company and was fired, with her only crime exposing her boss’ fraudulent transactions. After being fired, she sued her boss and then started her own business. Worried about the consequences of the lawsuit, her former boss began to threaten her and her loved ones.

Her ex-boss didn’t stop to these threats, he got close to the concierge of the building Raissa was a tenant in. The corrupt concierge then agreed with the goalkeeper to allow a burglary into Raissa’s apartment. The intention of the plot was to destroy all evidence of the lawsuit in her computer, and to steal her backup of any documents that might involve her former boss. The break-in was smooth executed, leaving no trace behind.

As soon as Raissa found out she had been robbed, she alerted the Atlanta police who sent an agent to the scene. Unfortunately, the police investigation was unable to establish that she was robbed, as there is no evidence that neither her door nor her trunk were broken into.

It was after the failure of her repeated attempts to convince police she was robbed that Raissa took out her frustration on her former co-workers at her former workplace. Among the two men she killed is WESLEY FREEMAN, the 40-year-old man in the black suit, who was at the center of the fraud Raissa revealed.

Raissa Kengne said I was retaliated against by my former employer BDO USA, LLP BDO USA, LLP because I 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. 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 our sources she shot the building Manager and building Engineer. The Manager Is Deceased

She was arrested at the airport while trying to flee after the crime, while one of her victims is between life and death in a medical unit. Somehow Raissa found herself between the red sea and the devil, and decided to fall with those who want her loss. Honesty could have saved two lives!

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