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7 September 2008

Seattle Times

The homes in tiny Alger are isolated — the smallest lot is five acres and most are heavily wooded — so neighbors might not hear a scream or a gunshot. The solitude may partly explain how it happened that a killer was able to stalk the Skagit County community Tuesday, moving among the homes where he killed a sheriff's deputy, a pair of construction workers, a middle-aged woman and an older man. A sixth victim was found dead behind the wheel of his car in the median... (GunPolicy.org)

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