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29 November 2005

Seattle Times / AP

TACOMA — The man most seriously wounded in the Tacoma Mall shootings said Monday he has a vivid memory of "thunderously loud" shots fired by a gunman who was "faster on the draw than I was." Brendan McKown, 38, was one of six people shot. A 20-year-old man, who police say was armed with an assault rifle and a machine pistol, has been charged in the Nov. 20 rampage. McKown, assistant manager of the Excalibur Cutlery and Gifts store at the mall, has legally carried a... (

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