BREAKING: Active Shooter At Pearl Harbor, At Least 3 Victims

Christopher Berg

An active shooter at Pearl Harbor has at least 3 victims.

Honolulu, HI - At least three victims were shot by an active shooter at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard on Wednesday.

A gunman in a sailor's uniform opened fire at the shipyard at around 2:30 p.m. local time (7:30 Eastern), hitting at least 3 victims, according to HNN.

The shooter then fatally shot himself.

At least two of his victims are in critical condition, according to HNN.

“I kind of recognize that as gunshots,” a witness told HNN. “I looked out in time to see the shooter, who I assume was a sailor because he was in uniform ... shoot himself.”

This incident is developing and details are limited at this time.

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Comments (11)

Too many sick f*cks in the world.

No. 1-4

The gun did it, I’m sure the Demorats will be saying we need more gun control. How about there’s some pretty messed up people in this world!


The shooter was active military. The victims civilians. Liberals will find it impossible to ban guns in the military. They will have to take a different approach to denouncing this shooting.

Domestic goddess
Domestic goddess

I find it so bizarre that there is a law prohibiting carrying guns on military bases. If others HAD been armed, they could have saved this guy the trouble of shooting himself.

And where were all the psychologists, PRIOR to this incident. This guy HAD to be a walking time bomb!

And last, the only time we had multiple shootings at Pearl Harbor prior to this incident, was Dec 7, 1941. What's happening now is not war, except inside an individual's mind. Until ten years ago, we really never had crazed gunmen out shooting up an area. What's changed is the lack of accountability demanded, and respect for human life.