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Topic - Michael Dewayne Jones
One of the three teenagers charged in the fatal shooting of an Australian who was attending an Oklahoma university on a baseball scholarship said in court that he thought the gun contained blanks.
One of three boys accused in the fatal shooting of an Australian baseball player last summer said in court Tuesday that his friends believed the gun used in the crime contained only blanks.
One of the teenagers arrested in the random shooting death of an Australian man on a baseball scholarship at an Oklahoma college sent out a string of colorful Twitter messages in the days leading up to the gun crime: "White ppl are nasty," read one.
Five days after an Australian college student was gunned down by a trio of "bored" Oklahoma teens, the political and social reverberations continue to build across the nation and abroad.