Gimme a veggie burger and a .357
Subway shooter Bernhard Goetz preaches vegeterianism
In 1984 Goetz became notorious when, in a subway station, he “shot four teen-agers with his unlicensed .38 handgun. His only regret, he said later, was that he had run out of bullets.”
Today he he says “I think a quarter of the world’s problems would be solved if most people would become vegetarians,” he said as he sipped a soy milkshake.
As for his violent past, “I would much rather be known for playing a small part in the vegetarian movement,” he said.