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Topic - Pete Festersen
Councilman Pete Festersen said he and Gray had been at the opening of a new business shortly before hearing about of the shooting.
"Like most people, my frustration has grown by the day over the last month, with the government shutdown and the brinkmanship on the debt ceiling," Mr. Festersen told the Omaha World-Herald. "Change is needed. And I felt it was my responsibility to be that change."