Suicide in Wisconsin Linked to Chicago Murders A man who killed himself during a routine traffic stop reportedly left a note claiming responsibility for the murders of the husband and mother of federal judge Joan Lefkow. The man, identified as Bart Ross, had lost a legal case before before Lefkow.
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Suicide in Wisconsin Linked to Chicago Murders

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Suicide in Wisconsin Linked to Chicago Murders

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Suicide in Wisconsin Linked to Chicago Murders

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A man who killed himself during a routine traffic stop reportedly left a note claiming responsibility for the murders of the husband and mother of federal judge Joan Lefkow. The man, identified as Bart Ross, had lost a legal case before before Lefkow.

Chicago police officers search the home of Bart Ross. Ross is suspected of killing the husband and mother of federal judge Joan Lefkow. Reuters hide caption

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