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Irony: UAH Shooter Killer Amy Bishop’s Son Shot & Killed

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Friday, July 2, 2021

Ironic, isn’t it, how nature has a way of meting out its own justice?

Seth Bishop (LEFT B&W), age 18, younger brother of Amy Bishop Anderson; Seth Anderson, son of Amy Bishop Anderson, 20.

Former University of Alabama at Huntsville killer Assistant Professor Amy Bishop Anderson — whose son Seth was named after her younger brother, whom also Braintree, Massachusetts authorities believe she killed December 1986 when she was then 21-years-old — himself became a fatal shooting victim Monday, 20 April 2021, in Huntsville.

Huntsville Police issued a public statement that same day, that reckless murder charges had been filed against 18-year old Vincent Harmon, after a shooting victim with life-threatening injuries was admitted to Huntsville Hospital emergency services around 8PM Monday, 20 April 2021, and later died.

Harmon Vincent, age 18, shot & killed Seth Anderson, 20, son of convicted UAH killer Amy Bishop Anderson, in Huntsville, Alabama.

Authorities had not initially named the victim because the next of kin had not yet been notified, but Huntsville television station WAAF TV-48 reported that the victim was Seth Anderson, the 20-year-old son of Amy Bishop Anderson, who shot six, and killed three fellow UAH biology faculty members at a faculty meeting.

The late Anderson was named after Amy Bishop’s younger brother, Seth, whose shooting death in 1986 at age 18 had initially been ruled accidental. Following Amy Bishop Anderson’s murder indictment, and conviction in Alabama, prosecutors in Braintree, Massachusetts, her hometown, indicted Amy Bishop in her brother’s death in 2010. Authorities there never brought her to trial, since she had been convicted of murder in Alabama in 2010, and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole on September 24, that same year.





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