Man Claims Responsibility for Lefkow Killings, Commits Suicide A man who shot himself to death during a traffic stop in Wisconsin left a note claiming he murdered the husband and mother of a federal judge in Chicago last week. The judge, Joan Humphrey Lefkow, had ruled against the man, Bart Ross, in a civil case.
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Man Claims Responsibility for Lefkow Killings, Commits Suicide

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Man Claims Responsibility for Lefkow Killings, Commits Suicide

Man Claims Responsibility for Lefkow Killings, Commits Suicide

Man Claims Responsibility for Lefkow Killings, Commits Suicide

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A man who shot himself to death during a traffic stop in Wisconsin left a note claiming he murdered the husband and mother of a federal judge in Chicago last week. The judge, Joan Humphrey Lefkow, had ruled against the man, Bart Ross, in a civil case.