Azana Salon & Spa mass shooting survivor speaks out
BROOKFIELD -- Brookfield released nearly 600 pages in documents and hours of surveillance video used in the investigation of the Azana Salon and Spa shooting that killed three women. One survivor we talked to says she isn't happy with what will be done with that material.
A survivor who does not want to be identified says the release of these documents is reopening a wound that hasn't yet healed. She said, "We're in the bathroom. We can't hide no more."
The Azana Salon employee says she was upstairs when the shootings started. Several women trapped inside hiding and waiting for police during Radcliffe Haughton's shooting rampage. The unnamed employee says, "I think about the horror I heard in their voices, and I don't want to hear that horror in anybody's voice that I know. I don't want to hear I don't want anyone to hear it."
With the release of several documents, video and 911 audio, the survivor's private horror has gone public. "This is being released it's kind a like, you know, a big slap in the face. This isn't anything that's going to help heal us. It's something we feel re-victimized," she said.