"The husband of University of Alabama Huntsville professor Amy Bishop told The New York Times today that he remains mystified and does not know what triggered Friday's shootings that left three dead and three wounded...Bishop remains jailed on a charge of capital murder and three charges of attempted murder after she allegedly pulled a 9 mm pistol during a departmental meeting late Friday afternoon and opened fire. She later left the weapon in a second-floor restroom and was taken into custody outside the Shelby building on the UAH campus...Her husband, James Anderson, told The Times that both he and Bishop were cleared in a 1993 Massachusetts pipe-bomb investigation reported today by The Boston Globe...He also said that her brother's death in 1986 was an accidental shooting. Braintree, Mass., Police Chief Paul Frazier told a news conference Saturday that Bishop's shooting of her 18-year-old brother was ruled an accident with a shotgun, but the arresting officer recalled the Dec. 6, 1986, event differently."
Sunday, February 14, 2010
Husband of accused UAH shooting suspect Amy Bishop mystified over attack, he tells N.Y. Times | Breaking News from The Huntsville Times - al.com
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