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Kenneth French, Jr.

Kenneth French, Jr. (January 15, 1971) was a mass murderer who, on August 6, 1993, killed four people in a Fayetteville, North Carolina restaurant (Luigi's); seven were wounded. French had been drinking whiskey and watching The Unforgiven[?]. French was a Sergeant in the 18th Airborne Corps[?]. As of 1998, he is imprisoned at the Marion Correctional Institute[?]. French was featured in the documentary, Licensed to Kill[?] (1997).

Murdered by Kenneth French, Jr.


  • "I don't believe there's anywhere in our Constitution that gives anybody the right to be accepted by anybody else. When the Civil Rights Act was passed in 1964, people automatically assumed that they had a right to many different things. Women, blacks, now carrying into gays. They feel that they have a right to be accepted? Who--who do they need to accept them?"
  • "If you're introducing a minority group that's frowned upon and looked upon as being weak, and your commander's saying it's fine for him to be here, guys are saying, 'Guess the military isn't really as tough and bad as we thought it was.' Everybody's wanting acceptance. It's a one-world system -- global unity. Well, at what cost? Our military going down the drain?"
  • "I'm not gonna apologize for the views that I hold towards gays or homosexuals but...I don't think that I went in with the intention of just singling out any certain group of people, be it black, white, male, female, gay, or straight. I was just angry at the world I guess at the time, I don't know. I was just taking out aggression and hatred[?] on whoever was there."
  • Witnesses reported that, during the shootings, he shouted:

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