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Feds Investigate Texas Prosecutor Killings

April 04, 2013  | 

The killings of two Kaufman County, Texas, prosecutors have prompted a broad investigation by local, state and federal agencies, including the Texas Rangers, the FBI and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Dozens of local officers and federal agents canvassed David McLelland's neighborhood on Sunday and Monday, interviewing neighbors.

The county sheriff, David A. Byrnes, said there was no indication so far that the killings of the two prosecutors were connected. No physical evidence had been found linking the deaths. But many local officials and residents believe the shootings of two prosecutors in a matter of weeks seemed anything but random. Meanwhile, speculation has persisted in town about the involvement of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas prison gang.

Read the full New York Times story.

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The Texas Prosecutor Murders


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