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Kevorkian Linked To 27th Suicide

Dr. Jack Kevorkian apparently took part in suicide No. 27, that of a 48-year-old woman with multiple sclerosis whose bathrobe-clad body was found in Kevorkian's battered van outside the coroner's office Monday. Linda Henslee, 48, of Beloit, Wis., died of carbon monoxide poisoning, Medical Examiner L.J. Dragovic said.

Suicidal Immigrant Owed $33 Million

An immigrant who killed himself and his family owed at least $33 million to creditors in Taiwan and may have been targeted by gangsters hired to collect it. Royal Canadian Mounted Police are going though James Huang's papers for clues to the carnage that shocked this Vancouver suburb Friday, but an acquaintance said news reports in Taiwan show Huang fled the country after the collapse of a retail business investment he had engineered.

Officials Study Papers Of Man Who Shot Family

Royal Canadian Mounted Police are examining personal family papers in hope of learning why a Taiwanese immigrant shot and killed his mother, wife, two daughters and himself. Constable Grant Learned said Saturday the documents were seized after the bodies of James and Jane Huang, both 40, daughters Rebecca, 15, Amber, 9, and Tsa Chin Chi Huang, 67, of Taiwan, were removed from their townhouse in this suburb south of Vancouver.

Kevorkian Supporter Kills Wife, Self

A 79-year-old man who was dying of cancer fatally shot his wife and then himself, police said. "It's tragic," Tacoma police spokesman Jim Mattheis said Tuesday. "It does not appear she was a willing participant."

Man Invades Home, Shoots Five, Then Self

A man who claimed a woman had given him AIDS burst into her home with a pistol and shot five people, killing two, before shooting himself to death, police said. Ulysses Miller, 22, was found in the front yard of the house, dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, police said. He had been at the home earlier Sunday looking for the 24-year-old woman he said infected him, said police Sgt. Ray Torres.

Investor Shoots Self At Thai Exchange

An investor who went bankrupt playing the stock market pulled a gun Wednesday in the lobby of the Stock Exchange of Thailand and shot himself in the neck. "My blood will help clean the stock market," Vivat Srisammasheap, 49, said later at Police General Hospital.

Distraught Man Kills Wife, 2 Children, Self

A domestic dispute apparently led a father to kill his wife and two children with a semiautomatic handgun, then shoot himself in the head, authorities and witnesses said. The couple and their 5-year-old son and 6-year-old daughter were found shot to death outside a neighbor's apartment Sunday evening, police spokesman Elliott Woodall said.

Years Of Beatings Preceded Murder ‘He Never Had To Have A Reason To Hit Her’

Denise Chapman gave up trying to leave her abusive boyfriend years ago. It was too hard, she told friends. She was tired. Then the 30-year-old Spokane woman got pregnant with Dan Foote's baby. He hit her harder, more. A black eye, a broken rib. The beatings didn't stop after the baby was born. On Thursday, he shot her in the back of the head while she ran from him in terror. She was holding their daughter, now 2 years old, in her arms.

Soldier Shoots, Kills Wife, Then Himself

A soldier shot his estranged wife in the head at the Air Force Academy's community center Monday morning, then shot and killed himself. Other people in the building reported hearing no argument or shouting. The bodies of Danny Andrew Jackson, 32, and Kristine Jackson, also 32, were found lying next to one another about 10 feet inside the building entrance. Jackson was posted to the Fort Carson Army Post in Colorado Springs, south of the Air Force Academy. His wife was a civilian employee of the community center.

Husband Kills Wife At Work, Himself

A man under a restraining order because of threats against his estranged wife went to her office Friday, shot her to death and then killed himself, police said. Robert Montgomery entered the National City Bank office of his wife, Donna Montgomery, and ordered a customer to leave. He closed the office door and drew the blinds.

Student Shoots Teacher, Kills Self

A suspended student whose father said he sometimes got picked on because he was small walked into his high school Thursday, shot and seriously wounded a teacher, then killed himself. A second teacher died, although authorities were unsure whether she was shot or suffered a heart attack. Toby R. Sincino, 16, was expelled early last school year but was back on probationary status. He was suspended again Wednesday after making an obscene gesture on a school bus and faced another expulsion. On Thursday, he walked through a back door at Blackville-Hilda High School armed with a .32-caliber revolver. He strode by two classrooms and entered a third where he fired the gun at math teacher Johnny Thompson, 38, investigators said.

Injured Sister Wanted Mother To Live Near Her

Barbara Janosky was supposed to spend the weekend helping her mother settle into a new apartment. Instead, her mother is watching over Janosky as she lies seriously injured in a hospital bed. Janosky, 44, who lives in the Valley, is in critical condition at Deaconess Medical Center after being shot by her brother in a dispute over the move Thursday.

Valley Rampage Ends In Flames Gunman Kills Brother, Wounds Sister, Before Taking Own Life In Burning Home

1. Children are hurried out of Broadway Elementary after shooting broke out in home nearby. Story/A10. Photo by Sandra Bancroft-Billings/The Spokesman-Review 2. A valley firefighter rolls out a hose while covered by sheriff's deputies. Firefighters were kept back from the scene while ammunition was exploding and the gunman was still in the buring house. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review 3. Live ammunition continued to explode in the blaze that engulfed the home. Photo by Steve Thompson/The Spokesman-Review