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DNA Evidence Links Suspect to Lefkow Murders
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DNA Evidence Links Suspect to Lefkow Murders

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DNA Evidence Links Suspect to Lefkow Murders

DNA Evidence Links Suspect to Lefkow Murders
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Chicago police say they have conclusive evidence connecting a man who committed suicide in Wisconsin on Wednesday to last week's murders of the husband and mother of Illinois federal judge Joan Lefkow. Bart Ross, 57, killed himself during a traffic stop in suburban Milwaukee. Ross left a suicide note in which he admitted carrying out the murders.

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