meeting intent on a killing spree.
Clay Duke, 56, opened fire with his handgun from just 8ft away in protest at his
wife losing her job at the school in Florida.
All six men on the school governors' board escaped unharmed, and the woman
colleague, who had temporarily left the room, sneaked back in to hit Duke with
Mother-of-three Ginger Littleton continued to grapple with Duke before being
thrown to the floor.
The six minutes of chaos at Bay City School in Florida, ended when Duke shot
himself dead after being wounded by an armed security guard.
CCTV footage shows Duke bursting into the room, ordering members
of the public to leave, and spray painting a symbol taken from the film V For
Vendetta on the wall.
As he levels his gun at board superintendent Bill Husfelt, his intended victim
pleads: "Please don't!" But Duke fires anyway, only to miss all his targets.
Later, Mrs Littleton said: 'I could either walk away, thinking
something bad was going to happen and try to live with myself.
'Or I could try to do something to divert or delay. My bag was what I had, so
that's what I did.'