"He was on the tech refresh team, which means that you get a new computer every three years and he comes and gives you a computer," Weaver said. "My supervisor, I asked him, I said, 'Do you know the guy?' He said, 'Yeah.' I said, 'Did you guys reprimand him or do anything like that to him?' And he said no. He said, in fact, when he dealt with him, 'cause he thinks he told me that he had been deployed on our site before, and he said he was extremely pleasant to deal with and [he] had no issues with him whatsoever.
"These guys are like short-term contract workers," Weaver said. "So we don't really you know who they are."
In total a dozen innocent people were killed that early Monday morning -- a harsh reality that still had Weaver trembling as he talked.
"The people he killed were so nice," Weaver said. "They did not deserve to die a horrible death like they did.
"It was tragic. And I feel so bad for all of those people and their families, and what they're going to go through. "