From the Detroit News
A U.S. Postal Service manager now accused of accepting bribes, free dates with a hooker and erectile dysfunction pills from a contractor was shot in a 1993 post office rampage — and blamed by some coworkers for the attack.
Brownstown Township resident Bruce Plumb’s ties to the 1993 shooting — one in a string of incidents nationwide that helped coin the phrase “going postal” — surfaced a day after Plumb was arraigned on bribery charges in U.S. District Court in Detroit
In a June 2005 deposition filed in U.S. District Court, Postal Service employee Gregory Gorski said Plumb was disliked by some workers.
He lost that case in 2005.
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note: Gregory Gorski is also accused of accepting bribes from a private contractor. Plumb also lost his appeal to the Circuit Court.
Gorski testified in 2005: