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'Person of interest' sought in Giffords shooting

Authorities released a photograph early Sunday of a man they said is "possibly associated" with the shooting of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and killing of six others. The man was later cleared.... Read more»

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Jan 9, 2011, 4:25 am
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Drudgereport.com has a link to Jared Loughner’s youtube site. The shooter’s favorite books include the Communist Manifesto and Mein Kampf. These are books of left-wing zealots. By all indications, Mr. Loughner’s politics are more left-wing than those of Barack Hussein Obama, Nancy Pelosi & the rest of the Democrat liberals. Yet the liberal-controlled media is trying to blame the shooting on Fox News, Rush Limbaugh and the Republicans. Why am I not surprised.

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Jan 9, 2011, 8:35 am
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JoeDiaz1970,

That infomation is included in our report on the suspected shooter.

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Jan 9, 2011, 9:37 am
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Left wing, right wing or drumstick…the suspect is clearly unbalanced and susceptible to extreme rhetoric.
Let us learn to curb our tongues and fingers and tone down the blame and vitriol.
We are all in this boat together…even the crazy ones.  So, unless a sane person has a distinct intent for causing disruption, which is a truly evil intent, they should be judicious and thoughtful in the presentation of their opinions.

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Jan 9, 2011, 11:34 am
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Wake up, brush-up on history: Mein Kampf was written by Adolf Hitler, the ultra right-wing Nazi totalitarian.

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Anyone who knows this man's identity is asked to contact 911, 88-CRIME or the FBI at 520-791-6974. The man described as a "person of interest" may be an accomplice of the suspect who gunned down 19 at a Northwest Side grocery store during a meet and greet event held by Giffords, Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik said at an evening news conference Saturday.

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