Ground Zero Suicide

Man shoots self at ground zero, reportedly distraught over Bush's election

A Georgia man who apparently was upset over President Bush's re-election has shot and killed himself at ground zero in New York. His body was found this morning inside the former World Trade Center site, which is closed off to the public. Police say they found no suicide note, but friends tell newspapers in New York his death was a "a protest," and that the 25-year-old was against the war in Iraq and distraught over Bush's win last Tuesday. Police are investigating how the man entered the site. It's protected by high fences.