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Body found in home of Webster shooter

Ex-con said in note he did ‘what I like doing best, killing people’

During a news conference in Webster on Tuesday, Monroe County Sheriff's Department Deputy Chief Steve Scott, right, and Webster Police Lt. Joseph Rieger stand by the photo of the four firefighters killed or wounded Monday as they tried to fight a house fire on the shores of Lake Ontario.
Photographer: The Associated Press
During a news conference in Webster on Tuesday, Monroe County Sheriff's Department Deputy Chief Steve Scott, right, and Webster Police Lt. Joseph Rieger stand by the photo of the four firefighters killed or wounded Monday as they tried to fight a house fire on the shores of Lake Ontario.
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An ex-con killed two firefighters with the same caliber and make military-style rifle used in the Connecticut school massacre after typing a note pledging to burn down his neighborhood and “do what I like doing best, killing people,” police said Tuesday as another body, believed to be the gunman’s missing sister, was found. William Spengler, 62, who served 17 years in prison for manslaughter in the 1980 hammer slaying of his grandmother, set his house ...

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