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Topic - Bill Husfelt
Police said Wednesday that the ex-convict who held a Florida school board at gunpoint had been planning to do it for some time.
"He said his wife was fired, but we really don't know what he was talking about," Mr. Husfelt told the AP at his Panama City home. "I don't think he knew what he was talking about."
"We could tell by the look in his eyes that this wasn't going to end well," Mr. Husfelt told the Associated Press.