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Man held without bail as Seattle campus struggles with shootings
Man held without bail as Seattle campus struggles with shootings

One young man was lauded for heroism, credited for stopping a shooting rampage before it went from horrible to worse. Another, cut down by bullets at a Christian university here, was mourned. And a third made his first appearance Friday in court, handcuffed and wearing a green suicide-prevention smock. A King County judge ordered Aaron R. Ybarra, 26, held without bail on suspicion of premeditated first-degree murder and first-degree assault in a shooting rampage at Seattle Pacific University on Thursday afternoon that left one dead, several injured and a campus reeling. Prosecutors on Friday described Ybarra as having a propensity for violence and said he intended to kill many more...

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