Bill Zeeble

KERA Public Media for North Texas

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Reporter for KERA public radio in Dallas, Texas

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Police in Garland, Texas released new details in the case of the two gunmen who opened fire Sunday night at an  event  where people presented cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad.

Police Raid Home of Gunman in Texas Mohammad Cartoon Attack

Police in Garland, Texas released new details in the case of the two gunmen who opened fire Sunday night at an event where people presented cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad.

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