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Saturday, December 29, 2012

Odd twist to Rochester firefighter murders raises questions

Police in Rochester, N.Y. are reporting today an odd twist to the murders of two firefighters responding to a fire set by William Spengler of Webster, who had set the fires to lure the first responders into an ambush.

Spengler used a semiautomatic weapon and a shotgun to open fire on the firefighters, killing two and wounding three.

But on Friday the Examiner was provided with information showing that Spengler,  who was legally barred from purchasing firearms due to prior crime convictions, received the weapons from a neighbor.

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