Jordan, 32, told her father she had come to feel unsafe at the house. In February of this year, she was hired by a law firm in Lexington and planned to move as soon as possible to an apartment in the city. “She must have sensed that she was being watched,” he said.
Someone had been watching, marking the house’s entry points and taking detailed notes on the family’s movements. Early on the morning of Feb. 22, prosecutors say, the watcher, Shannon V. Gilday, a 23-year-old former soldier who lived in the Cincinnati suburbs, climbed up to a second-floor balcony and began his attack.
“He stood and looked at me without any emotions, like he was programmed,” Mr. Morgan said of the moment he first encountered Mr. Gilday in the foyer. At that point, Jordan was dead.
Now Mr. Morgan was the target.
Sad story. This isn't the biggest takeaway, but it does raise questions about the news/social media interest in Zillow listings for bunkers.https://t.co/0KfUJ00Ay0
— Jack Fitzpatrick ☘️ (@jackfitzdc) July 21, 2022