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Cedric Ford Facebook Photos, NSFW Facebook Videos: Alleged Kansas Shooter’s Pictures With Guns — Shoots Up To 30 People

The photos on the Facebook page of Cedric Larry Ford are chilling. Ford lists himself on Facebook as a painter at Excel Industries who lives in Newton, Kansas, but hails from Miami, Florida. The Facebook page being attributed to Cedric, as reported by ABC 7 Chicago, is currently found at facebook.com/cedric.ford.161 as of this writing, and hasn’t yet been deleted, but photos from Cedric’s Facebook page can be seen below — including shocking photos of Ford with guns.

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[Image via Facebook/Cedric Ford]

One photo posted on Cedric’s Facebook account shows Ford appearing to be at work, posted to Facebook on July 25, 2015. In that Facebook photo, Cedric wears a jean smock and has glasses on his head, with a scary stare straight into the camera. In the wake of the shooting of up to 30 people allegedly carried out by Ford, to look through the photos that appear on Ford’s Facebook page are eerie — especially the photos of Cedric holding a large gun, or one Facebook photo of Ford with a gun on his lap in a car.

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[Image via Facebook/Cedric Ford]

A video of Ford posted to Facebook on February 21 displays Cedric dancing around wordlessly to a song by Drake. Another NSFW-language containing video posted to Cedric’s Facebook account the same day shows Ford recording a scene on a flat-screen TV, then turning the camera to catch a woman sitting on the couch. Cedric sings along to a song that raps, asking a woman to “Snapchat me that p****” and other explicit language.

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[Image via Facebook/Cedric Ford]

Cedric’s Facebook account shows a photo from September 4, 2015, with Ford in the foreground wearing a red shirt, and other men in the background. The description states that there’s no work being done, with free money being made, seemingly jokingly. Other coworkers of Cedric wrote comments on Facebook about their line having the day off as well, so apparently for some reason, that was a day off for Ford and his colleagues.

“No work! Free money.”

Other selfie photos on Cedric’s Facebook page show Ford staring into the camera, with the description explaining that Ford is “so ready to go home.”

Cedric posted to his Facebook page on October 23, 2015, a selfie that shows what appears to be a coworker in the background using a computer that Ford wants to use. In the description, Cedric writes that he wants the man to get off the computer.

“Get off the computer I need to use it.”

On Twitter, the state of Kansas and news and tweets about the Kansas shooting are causing it to become a top trending item.

Other photos on Ford’s Facebook page show the shadow of a man who is presumably Cedric taking a photo of a subwoofer in a car trunk. Interspersed with Cedric’s scary photos of guns and the like are ones of Ford with a little girl, cute and innocent and so jarring to see alongside other photos of Ford holding a big gun as shown above. In the comments section beneath the photo of the big gun, Ford wrote that all of his real “goons” knew the deal. Cedric joked about “just doing his thing,” and assured others he was okay in the same comments section beneath the Facebook photo.

When one Facebook friend comments that “ain’t nothing new my Dogg been having that heat,” or gun, as it were, Cedric agrees, with Ford writing, “Every day since I hit them streets.”

“Cedric Ford: And all my real goons know. Lol I’m ok really just doing my thing as things. Come on it’s sexy a little bit. [You’re] such a hater lol. And you better stop that s*** I’m tired of him on my mouth.”

Cedric gives shouts out to his native Miami, and to those who understand why Ford posted the Facebook photo of himself holding a gun.

“See you feel me teddy. 305 4 life!”

According to Complex, Cedric shot up to 30 people. Ford is dead.

[Images via Facebook/Cedric Ford]

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