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Suspect In Tenn. Deputy's Fatal Shooting Dies

June 06, 2008  | 

A man suspected of killing a Grundy County (Tenn.) sheriff's deputy and wounding anotherofficer has died after authorities said he shot himself at the end of adaylong manhunt, a hospital supervisor said.

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ROB ROY @ 6/10/2008 9:04 PM

Why is it when some scum bag kill's a police officer all the people interviewed say he/she was a good person, blah blah blah. when they all know that he/she is a sorry POS. As far as I'am concerned he did society a favor by doing himself. I just wish the officer didnt have to die too. My prayer's are with him and his family.

pconnelly115 @ 7/6/2008 6:36 AM

"He's not a bad guy"??? Theft, Burglary, Escape, Drug Charges and now shooting a cop, and he's not a bad guy. Makes you wonder what would make Mr. Sanders think someone was a bad guy.

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